Sony Walkman makes a comeback with Sony Walkman NW-WM1ZM2, a stunning gold-plated Hi-Fi audio player with large pockets and a distaste for Tidal. It can be all yours for $1300 and is slated for release in April.
The Sony Walkman NW-WM1ZM2 is an audio device targeted towards high-definition music lovers. It has luxury written all over it with its real gold-coated surface, that’s not all gold is used also in the high-end audio hardware. The walkman features a 5-inch touchscreen and runs Android 11, it allows you to stream music and podcasts from your favorite services. The best part is its lossless playback, brought about by transferring lossless music onto the device through your PC, and also features an audio jack
The copper chassis that comes with it is plated with an oxygen-free layer of gold. Looks like Sony has just got it all right with the material combination in 2016 with the WM1Z to give the device its “unique natural, acoustic sound”. According to Sony the material’s conductivity and strength provide an “unrivaled” audio performance and enable a clear, expansive sound. Enabling you to experience each instrument as if it were performing live. Undoubtedly the technology carries forward in 2022.
Sony Walkman NW-WM1ZM2 is complemented by its variant NW-WM1AM2. The NW-WM1AM2 sports an aluminum chassis and a black anodized colorway. Needless to say both models carry the gold Walkman logo at the bottom right corner of the bezel.They feature the playback controls on the side, USB-C charging on the bottom, a memory-card slot with support for storage up to 256GB, and support for wireless headsets. To know more about the two products visit Sony’s website for more in-depth information.
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