With a pearlescent coating, the WH-1000XM4 model is dressed in all-white with gold embellishments in the form of branding and on the microphone. The inspiration behind this colorway was to “reflect the concept of silence and serenity of noise-canceling headphones” with stain-resistant properties, according to Sony. Accessories such as the carrying case and cables seamlessly blend in with the serene white of the headphones.
Just like the existing WH-1000XM4 headphones, “Silent White” is equipped with a built-in analog amplifier that’s been integrated into the HD Noise-Canceling QN1 Processor to provide exception playback on portable devices. Dual noise sensor technology and adaptive sound control are applied to sense where you are and what you’re doing, using that information to fine-tune the playback experience. Using DSEE Extreme digital sound quality upscaling technology with Edge-AI, Sony ensures natural sound quality, making it sound closer to the original source. It boasts a battery life of 30 hours and five hours of usage upon 10 minutes of charging. If you lose your Sony headphones, fear not, the location and time last used can both be seen on Google Fast Pair.
Priced at $399.99 USD, the Sony WH-1000XM4 “Silent White” will be launched in the near future on the company’s website with only 2,000 units made.
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