Sony is updating its entry-level wireless audio offering with the WF-C500 and WH-XB910N headphones. The first is a set of cost-effective, real-time wireless headphones, and the second is a wireless headphone with active noise cancellation and bass enhancement features that deliver impactful sound.
With the WF-C500, Sony's new TWS headphones have replaced the WF-XB700 as the most cost-effective wireless windshield wiper. However, both have significant differences in design that can be easily seen. Compared to the WF-XB700, the WF-C500 has a smaller, more rounded chassis that Sony promises to "snap securely in your ear." optimization engine), is able to recover some details lost when compressing audio for playback via Bluetooth connection. It also has 360 Reality Audio that lets you listen to a concert-like experience that fits the shape and size of your ear. Set up voice, receive calls, send messages, and access Google Assistant or Siri. The WF-C500 lasts 10 hours on a full charge, but the built-in charging case present extends battery life for another 10 hours. If you're in a hurry, a 10-minute quick charge can give you a full hour of battery life.
The WF-C500 headphones that connect to devices via Bluetooth 5.0 and have an IPX4 rating are suitable for use in most situations, including when playing sports. Available colors include black, orange, green and white.
In addition to the WF-C500, Sony also introduced the WH-XB910N headphone, which replaces the WH-XB900N. Like the WF-C500, it features DSEE and 360 Reality Audio to enhance your audio listening experience. In addition, it uses "Extra Bass" technology, which consists of a "custom bass channel" and increases airtightness inside the headphone, resulting in deeper, faster bass. The noise-cancelling technology is called the WH-XB910N Dual Noise Sensor and uses a pair of feedback and feedback microphones that records ambient sound. The headset automatically adjusts the volume based on what you're recording, and limits what you can hear from outside. In addition to ANC, these two microphones amplify any call you receive when using the headset, thanks to precise audio transmission technology.