The new Sony Walkman NWZ-ZX1 takes music to another dimension.
Nothing about this audio device is standard, including its shape. The slight bulge on the back is there to isolate some top-notch audio components so that electrical interference can’t affect the sound, a problem you might be familiar with if you’ve ever listened to music on your smartphone.
With 128 GB of storage, the NWZ- ZX1 holds a whopping number of up to 36,000 songs, and it plays music with unprecedented depth and richness. High notes that a regularMP3 player would cut are delivered truthfully in Hi-Res, giving you sound quality that makes it hard to go back to anything else—just like it’s hard to appreciate microwaved pizzas after you’ve had them fresh and wood- fired. Or think about hearing music while you walk in a park; you can immediately tell whether it’s a live band or a CD playing over speakers. Live music has that extra depth and richness, which is what the NWZ-ZX1 was designed to emulate.
The NWZ-ZX1 creates sound that lets you truly appreciate the nuances and subtleties of your music collection. You can visit the Sony Centre for
the Performing Arts to experience it yourself!