Sony’s new Walkman models aren’t cheap

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(Pocket-lint) — Sony has unveiled its two latest Walkman models to be launched, for those who want a portable music player that offers much more fidelity than most phones, and they don’t come cheap.

The two models are the NW-WM1ZM2 and the NW-WM1AM2, which provide an excellent premium quality and simply regular experience, respectively.

The ZM2 is an amazing device, priced at $3699.99, that features a luxurious gold-plated chassis for absolute minimal interference when listening, and other premium components, including a custom Kimber Kable that runs from the headphone jack to the built-in subwoofer.

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AM2, by comparison, is still amazing but “just” costs $1,399.99 at Sony, with the same amp technology and software in a slightly less wasteful package. However, it is still a beautiful audio device in its own right.

Both Walkman models run Android 11 and have Wi-Fi so you can stream music if needed (although that’s not the point of such a high-res device), but it should also mean things are nice and easy to customize and use the way they do. you want. Wants.

Both devices also allow for storage expansion with a microSD card, which allows you to store a large number of addresses. Both should be available by now if you’ve been waiting for the perfect mobile launcher to arrive.

Written by Max Freeman Mills.

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