This newly launched Sony Walkman costs almost Rs 70,000 in India!

The premium Walkman is available on Headphone Zone in India.

  • The all-new Sony Walkman has been launched at Rs 69,990 in the country.
  • The Sony NW-ZX707 Walkman comes with a 5-inch display.
  • It offers a technology that reduces noise and distortion across a wide frequency range.

90s kids would remember the iconic cassette Walkman. Originally launched by Sony in 1979 at a starting price of $150, the Walkman has gone an overhaul in recent years. With an aim to attract music lovers, Sony India has introduced a new player NW-ZX707 Walkman in the country.

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According to the company, the new Walkman has been designed with the most diverse audiophiles in mind. Sony India mentioned that it comes with an S-Master HX digital amp technology, which is developed for Walkman, to enhance the sound quality of the product. Let us take a closer look at the price and specifications of the newly launched premium Sony Walkman.


Sony Walkman NW-ZX707 price in India, availability

The all-new Sony NW-ZX707 Walkman has been launched at Rs 69,990 and is currently available on Headphone Zone across the country.

Sony Walkman specifications

The Sony Walkman comes with a 5-inch display and offers Wi-Fi compatibility that will help users to stream music and download things easily. The company said it is designed to offer high-quality sound with a sleek design for its consumers. The company claims that it comes with a battery life of up to 25 hours, but only while using Sony’s original music player app.

The S-Master HX digital amp technology reduces noise and distortion across a wide frequency range, resulting in rich and full-bodied sound, which is further enhanced by new high-quality sound lead-free solder. It has upgraded fine-tuned capacitors, an FTCAP3 (high polymer capacitor), and a sizeable solid high polymer capacitor that offers high capacitance and low resistance.

The Sony Walkman features Edge-AI, DSEE Ultimate (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine), which upscales compressed digital music files in real-time. The evolving algorithm now provides even greater benefits for CD-quality (16-bit 44.1/48kHz) lossless codec audio. Restoring acoustic subtleties and dynamic range results in a richer, more complete listening experience.