Noise Cancelling Headphones: If you are looking for a good true wireless headphone and don’t want to waste lakhs of rupees, it was not possible. But it’s not the case now. Sony launched its true wireless headphones in the market. The headphones are named as Sony’s WF-XB700 and SP800N true wireless headphones.
The headphones are available from today onwards, 25th June. These will be available on Sony’s retail networks. Also, it will be on sale from today. So, don’t forget to check it out. Here is all you have to know about it before you made your mind to buy it.
Sony SP800N: Price In India
Previously Sony adapted an aggressive pricing approach to its products, especially in India. But, for the new true wireless headphones, Sony priced it almost the same as the global market values. The WF-XB700 is priced at 9,990 INR in the Indian market. While the premium SP800N priced at 18,990 INR.
This is a good headphone to compete against products like Apple AirPods, Samsung Galaxy Buds+, and Jabra Elite 75t. Additionally, the SP800N has the advantage of active noise cancellation. Also, the ‘Extra Bass’ tag will appeal to Indian listeners as it’s sound more interesting.
Sony SP800N Features And Specifications
The Japanese tech giant launched it as one of the sports-focused personal range of audio products. This is one of the few options available in India with active noise canceling feature. Also, the product is IP55 dust and water resistance products. Much like Apple AirPods Pro and Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless, SP800N is a good option with cheaper pricing in India.
It also has a claimed battery life of nine hours on the earphones. Along with an additional nine hours life from the case and a quick charge of 10 minutes lasting for hours. As a premium product, there are buttons to control the headphone.
It has access to voice assistants, app-based customization through Sony’s Headphone Connect app. It also has a USB Type-C charging facility. However, there is no support for high-resolution Bluetooth codes on these earphones. Only the SBC and AAC codecs are supported to the device.