Sony decided its time to unveil to the world a gold-plated Walkman that cost about $3,200, Yes!! The new MDR-Z1R headphones, TA-ZH1 ES headphone amp, and NW WM1Z Walkman is as expensive as buying a golden medal lol..
The Sony NW-WM1Z Walkman is a portable gold-plated media player with support for high-resolution audio playback, and can run for as long as 30 solid straight hours of battery life, complimented with about 256GB of storage.
Just as stated above, Sony want to believe that people would actually spend a huge $3,200 on the NW-WM1Z Walkman considering the body is coated in gold, well how that's going to work out is absolutely not up to us.
Sony Walkman NW-WM1Z Headphone
The Sony NW WM1Z Walkman is said to measures 4.9″ x 2.9″ x 0.8″ and weighs about a pound, interestingly the company unveiled the Walkman in two variant, one in gold-coated while the other in an aluminum ( NW-WM1A Walkman ) body design.
Sony NW-WM1A Walkman however cost a little less than former, and is said to come with 128GB of storage, weighing about 9.4 ounces and priced at $1,200.
Both the gold coated and the aluminum design supports lossless FLAC audio files at up to 32-bit/384 KHz resolutions, as well as DSD and MP3 audio. also featuring a physical buttons on the side of the case for media controls which can be used to skip tracks or pause playback.
Well both Walkman has a headphone jack right on top, while it also supports Bluetooth headphones and speakers, over to you to decide what to do with your $3,200 but in case you have one you not using instead of buying the Sony Walkman you simple give us to use invest lol.....
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