First Sony ULT Wear Headphones Aim to Deliver Premium Sound Without High-end Price

Sony ULT Wear headphones lineup has got its very first entry, the Sony WH-ULT900N. At first glance, you may confuse the pair with the super-premium Sony WH-1000XM5, but the new model isn’t even closely priced at that high-end pair. As a matter of fact, the WH-ULT900N is the successor to the WH-XB910N, a very popular pair of affordable headphones.

To be specific, the new ULT Wear headphones are priced at $199.99 in the US. In comparison, the premium Sony WH-1000XM5 launched at $399. But don’t let the affordable price tag of the WH-ULT900N fool you because it’s packed with high-end hardware.

The New Sony ULT Wear Headphones Is More About High-end Sound at an Affordable Price Tag

Under the hood, the new Sony WH-ULT900N wireless headphones come with 40 mm neodymium drivers. These are geared to offer a frequency response from 5 Hz to 20 KHz. Thanks to Sony’s tuning, you expect a detailed sound output throughout the entire range. Of course, the drivers lean more towards the bass, which is not unexpected as the predecessors leaned towards the same thing.

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But it’s not only the drivers that can make a pair of wireless headphones deliver good sound. Well, as an audio expert, Sony knows that exactly well. That’s why the new Sony ULT Wear headphones come with LDAC. It’s a high-end audio codec that aims to preserve all the details of the audio.

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Paired with Sony Integrated Processor V1, the Sony ULT Wear headphones can offer excellent noise cancellation performance too. You also get the ability to tune the audio output according to your preference with personalized EQs.

Besides, the Sony WH-ULT900N headphones have Bluetooth 5.2, which may not be the latest Bluetooth standard, but it has Bluetooth Multipoint. Thanks to that, you can keep the noise cancelling headphones connected to multiple devices simultaneously.

Other highlights of the new Sony ULT Wear headphones include smart gesture controls, 360 Reality Audio, and support for the Sony Headphones Connect app.

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