Sony has launched the WH-CH720N full-size active noise cancelling headphones for £100
Sony has announced new fully wireless full-size headphones. The model is called the Sony WH-CH720N.
Here's What We Know
One of the features of the novelty is the presence of the Sony V1 processor. It is responsible for the operation of the active noise cancellation system. Inside you will find dynamic drivers with a diameter of 30 mm. The headphones support SBC, AAC codecs and the Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE).
The Sony WH-CH720N can operate for 35 hours on a full charge. The weight of the device is 192 g. Two sound sources can be connected to the headphones at the same time. Additionally, we note support for Google Fast Pair and Microsoft Swift Pair along with the ability to make settings via the Sony app.
The company has also announced a simpler model. It's called the Sony WH-CH520. It has no Active Noise Reduction but the battery life is increased by a factor of one and a half to 50 hours.
Price & When We Can Expect It
Both are available in black, white and blue. The Sony WH-CH720N is priced at £100. Deliveries will start on 23 February. The Sony WH-CH520 is priced at £50 and will be available from March 1. The headphones are available for pre-order on Sony's official website.