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Sony launches new Walkman at Rs 15,990

Sony claims that this Walkman offers great audio experience with impressive battery life.

Adding a new member to Sony's popular Walkman line-up, Sony has today launched the NW-A35, a Walkman with high-resolution audio and impressive battery life. The new NW-A35 Walkman is priced at Rs 15,990 and is available in Black color only. Sony claims that the new Walkman can complement anyone's lifestyle coming in with the stylish unique design. Obviously, it offers great audio experience and user interface coupled with wireless playback.

Ensuring the high-quality audio experience, the new NW-A35 blends all the premium audio technologies including support for DSD formats. Boasting about the sound quality, Sony claimed that the new Walkman has equipped with five POSCAP capacitors that strengthen the power supply for the S-Master HX digital amplifier, cutting distortion and noise across a wide range of frequencies. On top of this, it also comes with two clock oscillators for switching back and forth between different frequencies based on the audio you are playing. This basically ensures enhanced sound experience coupled with the clarity of each beat you listen.

Apart from this, the new Walkman also comes with noise canceling which will eliminate any external sound enabling one to listen to music at decent volumes even when they are outdoors. As mentioned by Sony, this feature can also help one sleep in noisy environments.

For the connectivity, the new NW-A35 Walkman can be connected via Bluetooth and NFC. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack, in case anyone wants to use his/her wired headsets. Boasting about the battery life, Sony also claimed that this Walkman can last up to 45 hours on a single charge. Moreover, to store your favorite music at one place, the device comes with 16GB internal storage which can be expanded up to 128GB via microSD card. To interact with the user interface, it comes with a 3.1-inch touch-screen.

First Published : Thursday, December 01, 2016 - 14:59




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