|Memory Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion|
|Memory Card Slot||SD Card|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Product Dimensions||1.09 x 5.59 x 9.75 cm; 210 Grams|
|Item Weight||210 g|
|Item Model Number||NW-A55/B|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||16 December 2019|
Sony NW-A55/B Walkman NW-A55 Hi-Res 16GB MP3 Player, Grayish Black
|Price:||+ $8.97 Delivery|
- Precision engineered for improved sound quality
- Truly authentic sound with Hi-Res Audio
- S-Master HX digital amplifier for pure sound quality
- DSEE HX upscaling restores quality to compressed files
- In the box: Walkman, USB cable, Startup Guide, Instruction Manual
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Step up your sound with the incredible audio fidelity of the NW-A55. Hear all of your favorite music in authentic Hi-Res audio, through the S-Master HX upscaling. Keep listening for up to 45 hours on a single charge and expand your on-the-go music collection with the SD card slot.
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Format the card in your new walk and then copy over your collection via a card reader (to speed up process) then top up your collection via the device over USB
I love being able to search and select my music via folders (I'm old-school)
Perfect for my needs,
LDAC bluetooth audio with Sony headphones is unbeatable sound qualty
Buy both and enjoy your music !
Top reviews from other countries
I have issues sleeping, so, almost every night I listen to music in bed for 30-90min. So I wanted an MP3 player that I could control in the dark. This has nice tactile buttons that I can easily find in the dark and skip through tracks with. Also an option to keep the screen from turning on when using the buttons, until you click the power button.
I've listened to it almost every night for 2 weeks and the battery indicator has only dropped 1 bar.
It feels good in the hand, has some weight to it, definitely a quality build. The sound is very good, and it has way more than enough to power my 36-Ohm AudioTechnica headphones. I've seen reviews saying it may not have enough power, but the reviews never mention what headphones they have. For basic 32-Ohm these are fine, again my 36-Ohm if I go too high hurt my ears. If you need it to go louder, you probably need to see an ear Doctor.
Happy I grabbed this player, and hoping it lasts a decade like my last ones.
The problem is that if you want/need to switch between (internal) music and FM radio while connected to a bluetooth device (earphones or speakers), you cannot. FM does not play over the bluetooth connection.
In my case, this was a show stopper.
Note that the device volume control does not (either) work on/with the bluetooth connection.
You have to ensure that your bluetooth earbuds or speaker has a volume control.
The touch screen is very responsive and there are so many options I have yet to try them all. Sadly you can't use equalizers when using bluetooth, but I find that I didn't even need the equalizer because the base sound is perfect for my liking.
The battery life seems pretty good, but I can't really tell since using bluetooth drains the battery faster. There is a battery care option, which is appreciated. I have had Walkmans before, so I'm pretty sure the battery life is on par with the rest of them.
Overall, I am very happy with this product and if you just want a good MP3 for when you go out and about, then I find this device to be perfect for that!
Bluetooth on this device has awesome stability and range!
I got super annoyed with my Fiio M7's buggy firmware and shoddy Bluetooth (and my previous Fiio X1 II) I had to move away from Fiio. I recall how well my old Sony A17 DAP played however it's BT wasn't all that great so I was a bit intimidated to buy the A55... So glad I did no issues at all.