Sony Philippines recently confirmed the local availability of its latest wireless noise-cancelling headphones—the WH-CH710N—for a hassle-free listening experience.
“We are proud to deliver Sony’s latest audio innovations, created with our great customers in mind,” said Mr. Yukihiro Kitajima, General Manager, Video & Sound Division, Consumer Business Group, Sony Electronics Asia Pacific. “This new model offers more ways to experience Sony’s noise cancelling technology.”
Cancel Out the World with WH-CH710N
Hear more music and less background noise with the WH-CH710N noise cancelling headphones. The Artificial Intelligence Noise Cancellation (AINC) constantly analyzes environmental ambient sound components, and automatically selects the most effective noise cancelling that will help you focus at work and enjoy your go-to playlist. Additionally, dual microphones feeding forwards and backwards mean the WH-CH710N headphones catch more ambient sounds than ever before.
Near Field Communication (NFC™) lets users start streaming their music with just one touch while a built-in Li-ion battery allows for up to 35 hours of audio on a single charge. Plus, with quick charging, customers get 60 minutes of playback from just 10 minutes of charging.
With an adjustable metal slider, users can make their headphones the perfect size, while soft, oval-shaped earpads mean they’ll never need to take a break from their favorite music.
Availability and Pricing
WH-CH710N is now available in the Philippines for P7,999.00 in all Sony Centres and dealers nationwide.
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