The Walkman Is Coming Back As A High-End Product

The famous Walkman product line from Sony has just been updated with two brand-new, high-end versions that were just released.

The Japanese tech giant has unveiled two Walkman models known as NW-WM1ZM2 and NW-WM1AM2

The NW-WM1ZM2 is made up of OFC that is 99.99 percent pure and the music player’s 4N Gold-plated chassis enables it to retain high stiffness and a solid digital ground, resulting in an experience that is exceptionally clear, spacious, and immersive.

In addition to the chassis, the use of a Kimber Kable ensures that the audio signal quality and noise suppression levels are maintained to an even greater degree.

The NW-WM1AM2 is constructed with an aluminum alloy frame. This frame was meant to not only provide appropriate resistance to interfering and electrical noise, but also provide acceptable protection against physical damage.

This model does not have a sleek OFC casing; however, it does utilize an OFC cable that has minimal distortion, which results in much-improved channel separation.

Both models of Walkman are equipped with a USB Type-C port, a five-inch Full-High-Definition (FHD) display, the Android 11 operating system. They'll have a battery life of at least forty hours and can give high-resolution playing at 96kHz FLAC without interruption

Both models make use of capacitors that have been fine-tuned and then topped with an OFC block in order to accentuate the high capacitance and low resistivity features that they possess

They will soon be available for purchase, with the former carrying a suggested retail price of $3699.99 and the latter priced at $1,399.99.


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