by Alex Palmer | February 24, 2016
Sony is expanding its stylish and high-tech h.ear series, the company announced last month, unveiling new headphones and portable speakers which are likely to catch the interest of incentive participants. As with other products in this line, these three new h.ear models come in several eye-catching colors and are equipped with premium audio quality. 

The first of the three products, all of which will be available this spring, is the h.ear Wireless Headphones. These come equipped with Digital Noise Canceling software, which analyzes the listener's surrounding environment in order to block out ambient sounds. The headphones' Hi-Res Audio capability delivers sounds up to 40 kHz using titanium-coated acoustic diaphragm cones, which minimize unwanted vibrations. The h.ear Wireless Headphones are designed with ear pads and a folding design which allows for simple storage. They can play for up to 20 hours continuously. 

The h.ear headphones will also come in an earbud model, which comes equipped with hands-free calling via a built-in microphone.

The third product is h.ear.go, which Sony is touting as the world's smallest hi-res compatible portable wireless speakers. Capable of playing continuously for up to 12 hours, it is also compatible with Spotify Connect and Google Cast.

"We are focused on delivering live, immersive sound to music lovers around the world," said Yamato Tanikawa, director of home entertainment and sound for Sony Electronics, in a statement. "Sony's new h.ear series products give consumers the ability hear high quality music, regardless of their location."

Sony also announced the new NW-A26HN Walkman, available in five different colors and accompanied by h.ear noise-canceling earbuds. Equipped with DSEE HX, it can strengthen the quality of compressed sounds, providing sound superior to CDs. It comes with 32GB of built-in memory as well as a microSD memory card expansion slot.

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