The latest Sony headphones, thanks to many recent leaksnot a secret, but at least now we can stop guessing about them.
Today Sony officially unveiled its noise reduction Headphones LinkBuds S.
Backgammon is equipped with an integrated Sony V1 processor that provides noise reduction and reduces distortion while consuming little battery power. They also have DSEE Extreme to restore song quality that can be lost when compressed.
This sound is provided by two dynamic 5mm drivers with an IPX4 water resistance rating that allows them to withstand water splashes.
Tons of features
Starting with the feature set is adaptive sound control. The headphones automatically adjust your sound to suit the environment, but the amount of adjustment depends on where you are. Sony claims that the artificial intelligence behind Adaptive Sound Control will study user behavior and recognize places you visit often.
LinkBuds S also has Precise Voice Pickup technology that functions similarly to adaptive sound control. This feature controls the microphones present on both headphones to ensure clear preservation of the phone by automatically suppressing ambient noise.
Sony has also included some cool quality of life features. You can turn on Speak-to-Chat mode, which will pause music every time it detects that you are talking to someone. Proximity sensors are present inside the headphones, which pause the music every time you take them out.
If you want even more control, LinkBuds S has sensors that allow you to adjust settings, manage music programs and activate Endel, a program that allows you to create personalized audio portfolios.
The latest set of notable features includes Sony’s recent partnership. LinkBuds S works with Google Assistant and Alexaand has unique functionality with the AR mobile game Ingres. The title will use LinkBuds S sensors and functions to transmit surround sound.
And if you’re interested in battery life, the LinkBuds S has a maximum battery life of 16 hours with noise canceling disabled. The headphones will go on sale in late May for about $ 200 in black, white or cream.
But if you live in the UKyou can buy them right now for £ 179.
Many of Sony’s latest headphones have received rave reviews. The WF-1000XM4 wireless headphones liked by critics who love its rich sound and controls. Then there is Headphones WH-1000XM5 which also has Speak-to-Chat and similar sound control.
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