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Sony WH-XB910N wireless ANC headphones now available in the PH for P9,999

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Sony launches the WH-XB910N wireless ANC headphones in the Philippine market. The headset features impressive bass, improved noise canceling, all-day comfort, crystal clear call quality, and Multipoint connection.

The WH-XB910N are over-ear headphones featuring EXTRA BASS for that deep, punchy sound, Dual Noise Sensor technology that takes digital noise canceling to the next level, and Precise Voice Pickup Technology which combines two built-in microphones with advanced audio signal processing.

Sony WH-XB910N

The headphones come with DSEE (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) that works by enhancing the sound quality of compressed audio files. It also has two feedforward and feedback mics for improved ambient mode, which you can adjust through Sony’s Headphones Connect app.

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Moreover, the WH-XB910N uses Adaptive Sound Control which senses where users are and what they’re doing, in turn adjusting the ambient sound settings accordingly. It even learns to recognize the locations they frequent and tailors the sound to suit their environment.

The WH-XB910N offers up to 30 hours of battery life. A 10-minute quick charge gives up to 4.5 hours of extra playtime with the optional AC adapter. It also features Sony’s popular Multipoint connection which means the headphones can be paired with two Bluetooth devices at once.

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The Sony WH-XB910N is now available in the Philippines priced at Php 9,999 in black and blue colorways. You can get it on Shopee and Lazada. For a full list of specs and information, go here.

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