Sony has just released two more products of the EXTRA BASS series, including XB900N noise canceling headphones and XB402 portable speakers.
About the XB900N headset, the new point is next to the bass sound towards vibrant music, adding the noise reduction technology. Although there is no AI-based intelligent noise reduction, dedicated personalization and chip noise reduction like the 1000X series, the XB900N retains the Quick Attention and Ambient Sound features. The right earlobe allows to adjust the volume, transfer the song.
Headphones using 40mm dynamic diaphragm, Neodymium magnet, DSEE technology, NFC one-touch and high-end Bluetooth codec aptX HD, LDAC. Bluetooth standard is still 4.2.
Headphones for long usage time with 30 hours when NC, 35 hours when NC is turned off. Charging port switch to USB-C like XB700 recently, with fast charging 10 minutes to use an extra hour. In addition, the headset fully supports the assistant numbers Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri.
Next is the XB402M mobile speaker. Using two bass resonance ports in different directions, combined with full-range loudspeaker units, delivers a strong bass that spreads throughout the room.
Full-angle 53mm diameter diaphragm, Mica Reinforced Cellular cone has a fringe made from a new hybrid material, which enhances sound efficiency. m strong, transparent and clear vocals, limit distortion. A newly designed air grid makes the sound flow easier.
The Live Sound mode incorporates corner angle speakers and digital signal processors, helping to expand the music space like never before. Sony promises to be able to recreate a concert, or live performance.
Integrated with Amazon Alexa digital assistant, Spotify Connect, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2, XB402 has support for SBC and AAC codecs. Speaker for up to 12 hours of use. In addition, durable IP67 waterproof design, qualified MIL-STD army 810 G, shockproof when dropped from a height of 1.2m.
The XB900N headset costs 250 Euro, sold from July. The XB402M portable speaker is priced at 270 Euro, sold in the third quarter.