Sony WH-H910N Wireless ANC headphones launched in India: check price and features

Sony WH-H910N

“The Sony WH-H910N Wireless ANC headphones are claimed to last up to 35 hours on a single charge and there’s support for Quick Charge as well”

Sony WH-H910N wireless noise-cancelling headphones have been launched in India. These offer up to 35 hours of usage on a single charge and the headphones also support Quick Charge that offer up to 2.5 hours of music playback with just ten minutes of charging. There’s a new Quick Attention mode that turns down the volume for instant conversation and Sense Engine adjusts the ambient sound based on user’s activity like walking or travelling. The Sony WH-H910N headphones are equipped with 25-mm drivers that are claimed to perform on par with 44mm.

Sony WH-H910N
The Sony WH-H910N headphones are equipped with 25-mm drivers that are claimed to perform on par with 44mm.

The Sony WH-H910N headphones support Alexa and Google Assistant and connect via Bluetooth 5.0. Sony claims that they can effectively cancel noise around you, thanks to the Dual Noise Sensor technology. The headphones have a frequency range of 5Hz-40000Hz and 50-ohm impedance. The Sony headphones have Hi-Res Audio for studio-quality sound, LDAC, DSEE-HX tech that can restore the high-range sound quality that is lost in compression and a Touch Sensor on the right earcup can be used to change the track, turn down or up the volume or swiping the panel.

The Sony Wh-H910N headphones are priced at Rs 21,990 and are already available exclusively via Flipkart in India.

The Sony Wh-H910N are slightly more affordable than the Sony WH-1000XM3 (Review), which are widely considered one of the best wireless headphones from the company right now. The WH-1000XM3 are typically available just under Rs 30,000, and can occasionally be found for as low as Rs 23,990 on platforms like Amazon India.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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