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Sony präsentiert neuen Highend-Walkman mit Android

Denny Fischer



Walkman NW-ZX507

Sony rüstet seine nun bereits 40 Jahre alte Walkman-Serie weiter auf und bringt das neuste Modell NW-ZX507 an den Start. Es handelt sich hierbei erneut um ein Gerät mit Touchdisplay und Android als Basis für die Software. 830 Euro kostet das gute Stück, dafür hat es reichlich attraktive Hardware für die Audio-Profis unter euch am Start. USB-C, microSD-Speicherkartenslot, WiFi und das 3,6″ HD-Display runden das moderne Paket ab.

Walkman NW-ZX507

Experience high quality audio on the NW-ZX507 thanks to Φ4.4mm balanced connection along with DSD Native (11.2MHz)[2] and 384kHz/32bit PCM playback supported by S-master HX™. You can immerse yourself in Hi-Res Audio. There is also DSEE HX™ support which upscales your existing music to near high-resolution quality. The DSEE HX™ processor even works while you’re streaming music. Additionally, the NW-ZX507 supports Hi-Res Audio Wireless by LDAC so now you can enjoy Hi-Res with your favourite listening style.

The chassis consists of an aluminium milled frame and copper milled block to achieve clear and powerful sound, while the newly developed FTCAP (high polymer capacitor) and Electric Double-Layer capacitor work together to ensure bold bass levels. Audio parts, including an excellent solder and fine soundresistor enable clear vocals and sound, enhancing every detail of your favourite songs.

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