|Memory Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||16 GB|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||3.6 Inches|
|Battery Average Life||45 Hours|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Ion|
|Memory Card Slot||SD Card|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Product Dimensions||1.12 x 5.61 x 9.91 cm; 136 Grams|
|Item Weight||136 g|
|Item Model Number||NWA105/B|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||16 December 2019|
Sony Walkman NW-A105 Hi-Res 16GB MP3 Player, Black (International Version)
|Price:||+ $9.01 Delivery|
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About this item
- High-Resolution Audio compatible
- S-Master HX digital amplifier for pure sound quality
- DSEE HX Al analyses song type and restores compressed audio files
- Use Wi-Fi to stream and download music with your favorite Android apps
- In the box: Walkman, USB Type-C cable, Startup Guide, Instruction Manual, Soft Case, Headphones IER-NW510N, Earbuds (1 set)
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Bring amazing sound quality anywhere with the Android supported NW-A105. Connect to Wi-Fi to gather your music collection from your favorite streaming platform and enjoy it in authentic Hi-Res audio. Listen for all day and then some with up to 45 hours of battery life and expandable memory with a SD card slot.
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4" / 10 cm
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The only drawback is the really poor battery life. The battery drained very quickly if WiFi is turned on.
Also, the Sony music manager for Windows didn't transfer all the songs from my 8000 tracks library.
But the other Android music streaming apps work really well. With the ClearAudio + setting, it is a treat to listen to your favourite songs , especially those in lossless format.
It's only been a week or so since I've owned this device and I am quite enjoying the experience so far. After deliberating for days between the NW-A105 and the NW-A55 (got both to compare on a test run), I still went for the A105 as it provides Android functionality, Wifi and USB-C connectivity. On the battery life, yes the A55 leaves the A-105 in the dust, it's embarrasing! Having Android functionality also brings the issue of security and access to personal data since you need to use a google account to set up this device. I found a way around battery life though, as well as having to input a password every time I want to check the screen for some reason. I slapped on a wireless charging adapter in the back, which you can find for around C$15. If the battery is running low I just put the device in the wireless charging pad and problem solved, no need to connect to USB to charge and I still get to listen to music! To avoid using a password, I just "pin the app" so I can continue using the music player without having to input a password everytime I need to browse but you're limited to using the app you pinned (i.e. the music player), and can't use any other apps unless you put in the password again. This leads me to the point made earlier, I think this device was meant for those who just want to listen to music (specifically pre-recorded audio files), but with the bonus of having Wifi if you need to download firmware updates or another app to listen to music, occasionally browsing the internet, etc.
I had a walkman waay back, and liked it, but it got old too.
So this year the 40th Anniversary walkman....
They talk of gold etching, soldering, etc. and tech stuff the average Joe knows little about, but I can tell you is that it is Fantastic right out of the box! Then there's the Dynamic features, equalizer and other sound enhancements that just create an awesome experience with each new feature you discover.
Paired with a magnificent sounding pair of headphones I heard instruments and sounds I never knew existed in certain tracks.
And to answer, No; I did not go and download all new stuff, at first I just transferred my iPod files right into it.
Now having said this, the sound being great with an average mp3 file, when I downloaded a few new files I did so in FLAC and the sound was phenomenal. There is a difference as it turns out.
I am thoroughly impressed with the battery life, the ease of use right out of the box, I don't think I had to check the manual once; and the sound quality; WOW!
My iPod in the kitchen which was used every day so long as I was home has since been sent for recycling. I doubt that I would go back to anything but the Sony Walkman now that I have experienced their superior sound quality and dedication to portable, quality music.
My first portable music device was a Walkman cassette player.
Ate up batteries like crazy and I loved it.
I think I have confirmed Sony Walkman will be may last as well as my first.
I am not what you'd consider an audiophile, but I do appreciate great music and want to hear it in studio sound quality; the way the engineers and artists wanted you to hear it.
Sony Walkman achieves this for me above and beyond.