Sony launches wireless noise-cancelling headphones, WH-CH710N in India priced at Rs 9,990

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 13 Jun 2020
Sony launches wireless noise-cancelling headphones, WH-CH710N in India priced at Rs 9,990
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The Sony WH-CH710N wireless noise-cancelling headphones boast of 35 hours of playback.

They also support quick charge where a 10-minute charge can give up to 60 minutes of playback.

The headset features 30mm drivers.

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If you are in the market to pick up a new pair of headphones, then you can check out the recently launched Sony WH-CH710N wireless noise-cancelling headphones. The headset comes with 30mm drivers and boasts of 35 hours of battery life. It also supports quick charging where a 10-minute charge can give up to 60 minutes of playback. It also comes with a built-in microphone with support for the Google Assistant. 

Sony WH-CH710N wireless noise-cancelling headphones features and specifications

The Sony WH-CH710N are over the ear headphones and feature noise cancellation. The headphone claims to have “Automatic Artificial Intelligence Noise Cancelling function (AINC) that constantly analyses environmental ambient sound components, and automatically selects the most effective noise cancelling filter for your surroundings”. They have 30mm drivers with a battery life of 35 hours and the user can get 60 minutes of usage with 10 minutes charge. The headset claims improved noise cancellation thanks to dual microphones. The headset also supports the Google Assistant for hands-free use. The headset also features Bluetooth and NFC connectivity. 

Sony WH-CH710N wireless noise-cancelling headphones price

The Sony WH-CH710N is priced at Rs 9,990 and is available in blue and black colour options. 

In other headphone news, Sennheiser recently launched two headphones in India - the HD450BT and the HD350BT. The HD350BT is priced at Rs 7,490 while the HD450BT is priced at Rs 14,990. Both the headphones have the same specifications and design with the difference being that the HD450BT has active noise cancellation. You can read more about them here.

If you are looking for the best Bluetooth headphones that money can buy, then you can check out our list of the best headphones here

If information circulating the internet is to be believed, then Bose is possible working on a gaming variant of its QC 35 II. you can read more about that here.

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