Sony WH-CH700N wireless noise cancelling headphones launched in India at Rs 12,990

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Sony makes its noise-cancelling headphones more accessible to the audiophiles. With its new pair of headphones dubbed as Sony WH-CH700N, the Japanese electronics giant has made its presence felt in under Rs 15,000 wireless noise-cancelling headphones market. The new Sony wireless headphones retail at a Best Buy price of Rs 12,990. Let’s talk about the specifications and features.

Three highlights of the new Sony WH-CH700N noise-cancelling headphones are AINC (Artificial Intelligence Noise Cancelation), Google Assistant compatibility, and Quick charge support.

Also read: Sony WH-1000XM3 review: the best damn noise cancelling headphones

Sony WH-CH700N specs

Sony has been known as a pioneer in the noise cancelling technology field. The manufacturer has improved on its technology by adding the Artificial Intelligence support. By AI introduction, the noise-cancellation is adjusted based on the scenarios for optimal performance. This is a one-click activate feature. Your window to reducing the ambient noise and immersive sound experience.

The Google Assistant support makes it more convenient for users to use the assistant while wearing the headphones. With a built-in microphone for voice assistant commands and hands-free calls, users won’t have to take their phones out of the pocket/bag.

As far as the Bluetooth headphones are concerned, the battery life is one of the main paint points of owning a one. But here Sony has tried to make it suck less. The claimed battery capacity is 35 hours, which is a mind-blowing promise, to say the least. Plus, it has quick charge support, which means the 10 mins of charge will give you a 60 mins playback on this Sony wireless headphones.

Also read: Sony WH-1000XM3 premium noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones announced for Rs 29,990

What do you guys think of the new Sony WH-CH700N wireless noise-cancelling headphones? Let us know in the comment section below.

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