Sony Walkman NW-ZX500 is a new player on Android with support for Wi-Fi

The Japanese company Sony today introduced a new player Walkman NW-ZX500 running the Android operating system supports Wi-Fi networks and is able to stream audio from different sources.

Model NW-ZX500 is a balanced connection and a connector diameter of 4.4 mm, digital amplifier S-master HX, and supports formats playback Native DSD (11.2 MHz) and PCM (384 kHz / 32 bit). Support for DSEE HX technology brings the sound quality of the music to level of high definition. The DSEE HX processor works even when broadcasting streaming music. Additionally, the codec LDAC model NW-ZX500 supports high-resolution audio in a wireless connection.

High quality sound NW-ZX500 is achieved through design of premium class. The chassis consists of an aluminum frame and the copper block, allowing to achieve a clean and powerful sound, and the joint work the newly developed FTCAP (high polymer capacitor) and a capacitor with a double electric layer provides a high level of bass sounds. Audio components, including high-quality solders and audioeditor, provide clear vocals and sounds.

Thanks to Android and Wi-Fi the owners of this gadget will be able to listen to millions of songs, transmitting them in streaming or download using your favorite apps on your player, or connect it to a PC and access your music collection on the computer.