Following the announcement of the flagship Bluetooth active noise reduction headset WH-1000XM5 last week, Sony continued to announce the LinkBuds S (WF-L900N), a truly wireless headset that was previously exposed in advance, and also confirmed the addition of active noise cancellation.
Although it also has the name of LinkBuds, LinkBuds S does not carry the special ring-type moving coil monomer previously used for LinkBuds and the open-frame listening mode but maintains the closed structure design to achieve an active noise reduction listening effect.
LinkBuds S also supports adaptive playback mode, which can automatically adjust the volume for different usage environments, and switch usage modes such as active noise reduction. It can also cooperate with the sensing element to identify the user’s wearing status, automatically play music when the user wears it, or pause the playback when the headset is removed. In addition, it can also provide higher call quality through multiple sets of radio microphones and supports Google Fast Pair fast pairing function.