Sony Launches WI-1000XM2 – Compact Wireless Headphones with Noise Cancellation Technology

The Sony WI-1000XM2 headset puts the noise-canceling technology in an even more compact format, suitable for on-road commuting and all-day use.

Featuring Dual Noise Sensor technology and dedicated processor, the Sony WI-1000XM2 headset ensures the cancellation of background noise from public spaces without compromising bulky construction. Sony’s HD QN1 processor works even against ambient noise in the aircraft cabin, thanks to its Atmospheric Pressure Optimizing function.

The in-ear headphones include a hybrid HD Driver system, optimized to cover the full spectrum of audio frequencies. The integrated QN1 noise cancellation processor integrates digital to high-quality analog conversion and a headphone amplifier optimized for low distortion when playing music. The chip also integrates a technology called Digital Sound Enhancement Engine HX (DSEE HX), which optimizes the fidelity of compressed digital audio files, including MP3 formats, for superior audio quality.

Already very lightweight, the Sony WI-1000XM2 headset rests almost exclusively on the adjustable silicone shoulder strap.

The accessory includes a battery life of up to 10 hours, sufficient for the entire duration of the day. Thanks to the Quick Quick Charging feature, after 10 minutes of charging the product will provide an additional 80 minutes of music playback.

The Sony WI-1000XM2 headset includes hands-free phone call function, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support, being provided with a built-in microphone on the control unit. At the end of the listening cycle, the magnetic heads of the headphones come together to avoid tangling. The headphones can be packaged in the canvas carrying case, in which an audio cable, a USB cable or an outlet adapter for the airplane can be stored.

The headset is compatible with the dedicated Sony | Headphones Connect, for a custom audio experience.

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