Sony releases new noise-cancelling wireless headphones
Sony's latest wireless headphones have this OEM's Automatic Artificial Intelligence Noise Canceling (AINC) technology, which may pinpoint the applicable ambient noise to filter out using their dual microphones. These components, dubbed Dual Noise Sensors by the OEM, face in 2 opposing directions in order to deliver this function.
The WH-CH710Ns also have an Ambient Sound mode, however, for situations in which more awareness of one's surroundings are required. They have "all-day comfort" earcups that, like some other Sony headphones, swivel on the end of their adjustable metal band so as to lie flat when not on the head. They house 30-millimeter (mm) drivers which, as Sony believes, may reproduce a broad range of frequencies.
These new wireless headphones will be available in blue, white or black color options. The latter SKU is the first that will become available to order in April 2020. They will be priced at about US$199.99 from select retailers in the US.