Sony already has a tight grip on the global audio market along with the other electronics segments. The headphones, already part of the portfolio, are general purpose, mainly focus on audio output, noise cancelling, and calling. Though these headsets can be used for normal gaming, the devices were not made specifically for it. The Sony INZONE H-Series of headphones are coming to sit in this place.
The Sony INZONE H3, H7, and H9 look almost similar from a few angles, but definitely, there are some differences. The microphone steam and the hinge are different in style and colour for the INZONE H3. It has black microphone steam and a white hinge, whereas the INZONE H7 and H9 have a white microphone and a black hinge. In the INZONE H9, there is an LED as well. The microphones are attached to the left side of all three models.
The INZONE H3 comes with the USB-A wired connectivity option and it’s the only model in the H-series. The wire and the steam are attached to the left earcup. An LED indicator, Type-C port for charging, NC/AMB button, and a volume wheel are also placed in the same area.
Other than the LED lighting there is no physical difference between the INZONE H7 and INZONE H9. The USB cable and the Type-C dongle are also common for both gaming headsets. The H9 only has the noise cancelling feature here.
The fill INZONE H lineup offers 360 spatial sound for enhanced gaming experiences. Coming to the pricetags, the INZONE H9 will cost $299, INZONE H7 $199, and the INZONE H3 $99. These are the leaked global prices, which may vary country-wise.
Let’s wait for the official announcements and obviously, for the launch as well.
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