29 Jan Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 experience quality audio
Among the novelties brought by Sony to debut at CES 2015 is the Walkman NW-ZX2, which promises a high-resolution audio.
The Sony Walkman NW-ZX2 makes its landing in the company at CES 2015, which will run until January 9 in Las Vegas. This model shows the eye with a striking design, sealed by sturdy aluminum frame, which contributes to the personality of the canvas graphics.
The memory capacity is 128 GB, approximately 800 high-resolution audio tracks, which can be heard up to 33 hours playing with the source at full charge. The maximum battery life is 60 hours, while for the complete supply of energy it takes 4.5 hours. You can double the capacity, bringing the memory portion 256 GB, for a musical showcase even more nourished.
This new Walkman works with different file types: MP3, WMA1, FLAC (192KHz / 24bit), Linear PCM (192KHz / 24bit), WAV (192KHz / 24bit), LC2-AAC, HE-AAC, Apple Lossless (192KHz / 24bit ), AIFF (192KHz / 24bit) and DSD (2.8MHz, 5.6MHz) are included.
The arrival in Europe should take place in the spring, but still do not know the prices. In exchange for spending you should get a product of race, with shades from the recording studio. The passion for music combines every element, from the signal to the speaker, and advanced technologies such as digital conversion create the best listening experience.
The NW-ZX2 has better sound, thanks to technology S-Master HX, which eliminates distortion and noise over a wide frequency range. With DSEE HX, even compressed audio files are converted to near high-resolution audio, for a rich sound and very pleasant.
The technology LDAC should ensure good responses auditory wirelessly via Bluetooth. The NW-ZX2 comes with Android 4.2, which makes it a smart device in its own right.