THE Sony announced this week the WF-1000XM3, which are your new portable wireless earbud headsets noise cancellation. Also known by their English name "ear buds", the headphones promise more battery life and improved noise cancellation (NC) over the previous version of the product, the WF-1000X.
The WF-1000XM3 earphones have a capacitive surface that can be used for different controls by gestures and touches, including holding the finger or hand over the headset to disable noise cancellation in case anyone is talking. with the user or person wanting to pay more attention to the surround sound for any reason. But even without you turning off cancellation, the handset has smart security measures called Adaptive Sound Control which, according to Sony, are able to detect "important noises". It is the case, for example, of a car honking in the street, that the headphones would automatically detect and let the sound pass to alert the user.
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In the technical settings part, each handset weighs just under 9g and comes with a case that can be used to recharge gadgets. Along with the case, the portable set weighs a total of 77g. The headphones are compatible with Bluetooth 5.0 and promise a range of up to 10 meters from the connected device.
The promise of battery life of up to 6 hours playing music continuously. With noise cancellation turned off, the range goes up to 8 hours, according to Sony. The full charge of the battery filled in just 1.5 hours recharging.
Sony's new WF-1000XM3 headphones will hit stores in August at the suggested price of $ 230, approximately $ 876 in direct conversion at the current price. They will be released in black and silver color options. We really are a long way from Sony's first Walkman.
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