Sony NW-A35 Walkman media player launched at Rs 15,990

Sony has expanded its line-up of audio products with the launch of a new Walkman audio player. Dubbed NW-A35, the media player supports high-resolution audio playback. It’s priced at Rs 15,990.

The new NW-A35 is equipped with five POSCAP capacitors that strengthen the power supply for the S-Master HX digital amplifier. This helps in cutting distortion and noise across a wide range of frequencies. Furthermore, the Walkman player has two clock oscillators that can be switched to provide optimal modulation for the sampling frequencies of audio content. This is claimed to increase the sound clarity and improve stereo effect.

Sony Walkman NW-A35 has a 3.1-inch touchscreen and an intuitive user interface with side keys for convenient controls. It also offers a noise cancellation feature which helps the users listen to music without raising the volume levels excessively. There’s 16GB of internal storage, expandable further via microSD cards of up to 128GB in size.

The NW-A35 comes with an optimized battery with a claimed playback time of up to 45 hours on a single charge, thus allowing users to enjoy long hours of continuous listening to music.

Major connectivity options include Bluetooth, USB and NFC.
Sony recently launched its MDR- XB80BS and MDR-XB50BS wireless extra-bass in-ear headphones, priced at Rs 10,990 and Rs 5,490 respectively. While the MDR-XB80S comes only in Black colour, the MDR-XB50S is available in Red, Black and Blue colour variants.
Sony MDR-XB80BS sports an earhook design with a cable adjuster. It has an IPX5 rating and is thus water resistant. The MDR-XB50BS, on the other hand, comes with arc supporters for a stable fit. It is IPX4 certified and is thus splash-proof.
The XB80BS and the XB50BS wireless in-ear headphones are claimed to last about 8.5 hours and 7 hours respectively on a single charge. Both feature 12mm dynamic driver units for better bass output. With a 4Hz – 24,000Hz frequency response, these can be charged via USB and have 3-button controls. While both the in-ear headphones support SBC and AAC audio formats, the XB80BS additionally supports LDAC and aptX formats too.
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