Sony’s $1,200 Walkman NW-ZX2 for Audiophiles Is Prepared for Pre-Order
Do you might have a unprecedented sense of listening to and a pair-thousand bucks burning a gap in your pocket? Sony needs to speak to you. The corporate’s Walkman NW-ZX2, introduced at CES with spectacular stats and a staggering $1,200 price ticket, is now obtainable for pre-order. It is aimed toward audiophiles, that elite set who declare to have the ability to hear an enormous distinction between low-high quality streaming or downloaded music and excessive-high quality stuff they rip themselves or get from particular HD audio shops. The NW-ZX2 seems to be like a excessive-finish telephone, and it does run Android, however it’s chock filled with customized hardware and software program to enhance the sound of no matter you are listening to.
There are cheaper excessive-high quality gamers, and (consider it or not) costlier ones, however Sony is hoping simply over a grand is the candy spot. If you wish to spend extra, you may simply wait a bit: Final yr’s new Walkman mannequin prices lower than half of 2015’s, so the 2016 mannequin is perhaps much more opulent.
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