Sony WB-X900N noise cancelling headphones with deep bass launched in India, price at Rs 16,990

“The new Sony WB-X900N headphones boast of 40mm drivers, 30 hours battery life, and touch panels for ‘effortless controls'”

Sony WB-X900N premium headphones go official in India. The pair of wireless headphones are touted as a noise-canceling headset coupled with extra-bass to enhance all your low-end frequencies. The Sony WB-X900N dons a sleek design and touch panels on the ear cups that let you change track, adjust volume, and take or make calls with a simple tap or a swipe. The headphones also have Quick Attention function to instantly reduce the volume and hear ambient sounds by touching the right housing.

Sony WB-900N
Sony WB-X900N wireless headphones

The Sony WB-X900N headphones price in India is set at Rs 16,990. The pair will be up for grabs on e-commerce platforms across the country starting from tomorrow, July 16th. The headphones come in two hues: black and blue.

Sony WH-900N
Sony WB-X900N boasts touch panel to change track, adjust volume and much more

The Sony WB-X900N specifications include NFC, as well as Bluetooth, connectivity options to pair with smartphones, laptops, or tablets. It has a one-colour accent and cushioned ear pads that are said to offer long-lasting comfort. The headphones have a foldable design to make them easy to carry and “compact enough” to pack away in your bag. Sony packs the accessory with 40mm drivers that hold the frequency range up to 20KHz. There is built-in support for Google Assistant, Alexa, and other AI voice assistants and a microphone to perform an action without reaching out for your smartphone.

The headset features a battery cell that is rated to last up to 30 hours on a single charge. The pair can be customised your listening experience using the Sony Connect app. The app includes features such as equaliser to adjust sound levels and Adaptive Sound Control, which automatically adjusts ambient sound settings to suit the situation.

Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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