Sony launched its latest TWS wireless headset WF-C700N, with three-level active noise reduction, wind noise reduction and IPX4 waterproof function, which can realize adaptive sound control, such as detecting that you are in the When waiting for a bus at the bus stop, it will automatically switch to the ambient mode, and automatically switch back to the noise reduction mode after getting on the bus.
The headset is available in black, white, lavender and sage, priced at 99.99 pounds / 119.99 euros / 119.99 US dollars (currently about 826 CNY), and will be available for public sale on April 5.
The WF-C700N weighs only 4.6 grams per ear, is based on Bluetooth 5.2 (A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP), and supports SBC and AAC audio codecs. It’s worth mentioning that Sony has promised an OTA update for multipoint pairing later this summer.
WF-C700N supports DSEE (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) and uses Sony’s original 5mm driver unit, which can still bring powerful bass and vocal effects while maintaining a small size. Additionally, users can apply EQ settings to suit their tastes via Sony Headphones Connect.
The new headphones can also enable features such as 360 Reality Audio spatial audio, DSEE sound upgrade and equalizer fine-tuning through the Headphones Connect app. Each headset is equipped with physical buttons for custom operation.
Sony says the headset can play music continuously for 7.5 hours with ANC turned on, and up to 10 hours with ANC turned off; if paired with a battery case, it will be delayed to 15 hours and 20 hours.
At present, this headset has been listed on JD International, but it is an imported product, so it has reached 1596 CNY.