Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 player review

In September 2009, a review of the Sony NWZ-S544 player was published, a little more than a year has passed, and I hasten to tell you about the updated S series. There was a return to the roots, although it seems that I no longer understand the deeds of my beloved company. After all, remember, one of the features of the S-series was the built-in speakers. Seems like it was good. And the price is quite acceptable. But no, for some reason the new "eska" is already without speakers. Where the continuity - I do not know. Moreover, now both the old and the new S series are on sale. Maybe it’s better this way, especially if the sellers are sufficiently savvy and trained. For example, I would advise everyone to take a new model for a number of objective reasons.

Design, construction

Black, blue, gold, silver - these are the main colors of the series, they also match other Sony products. For example, some VAIO laptops. In 2010, a course was set for bright colors, and the trend is likely to continue in 2011. Or maybe not, lately it has been too often at Sony to change course. I got a blue player, and it seems to consist of two halves, the upper one is darker, the lower one is lighter. The edging of the display is made of metal, the bottom is plastic, the back is also, apparently, metal.


The player reminded me of the beautiful Sony NW-A808 model.

Slim, metallic (for the most part), there is the very spirit of Sony. At the bottom there is a 3.5 mm jack, a traditional WM-port and a slot for attaching a strap. The player measures 42.5 x 94 x 7.2 mm and weighs about 55 grams. I would like to draw your attention to the extended delivery package: in addition to the usual USB cable, there was also a place for an audio cable, the headphone tips have a different color inside for an easier selection of the same rubber bands. The headphones themselves are white, made on the basis of the MDR-EX300SL model, I personally like it because of its fit, even without any noise reduction systems, external sounds practically disappear without damage to the ears (and without pain). I can wear them all day without getting tired, but in general it would be nice to try on the “300s” before buying, they are not suitable for everyone. Please note that when talking about the new player of the S series, you need to take into account the headphones in the kit, in many respects the purchase is justified by a high-quality accessory - you get a ready-made kit right away, the “ears” do not need to be changed. Therefore, check when buying, so that everything is convenient and good for you. The cardboard box will easily endure the opening, and there will be no traces of penetration.

Display

The display is 2 inches, 240 x 320 pixels, the adjective "super-bright" is constantly mentioned in press materials - I don't know, a display is a display. I don’t know about behavior in the sun, in recent days it’s been some kind of continuous gloom. Viewing angles are not bad, but I highly doubt that you will want to watch video on this device.

Management

Under the display are the traditional "Mickey Mouse ears", the Back and Option buttons, a five-way joystick, the button in the center is responsible for confirming the action, with its help you start or pause playback. On the right side there are volume buttons, a control lock lever, a Reset button is hidden in the hole on the back. That's what I like about Sony players - it's normally organized controls, without even taking it out of your pocket, you can adjust the volume , go from track to track, start or stop playback - all blindly.

Food

The claimed battery life is 50 hours of audio playback, and the battery will take about three hours to fully charge. Fifty hours. A very serious figure, especially when you consider that the player can turn itself off at a time when you are not doing anything with it. I suppose the model can be used to listen to music for a week on end - if, for example, you listen to music for a couple of hours a day.

Noise reduction system

A separate menu item is dedicated to setting up the noise reduction system, turning it on or off, and selecting the “noise reduction” mode. Frankly, I did not notice the work. They say that it cuts off noise selectively, for example, a human voice. I don't know, maybe.

Radio

Regular radio, no recording, it is possible to store up to 30 stations in memory, the receiver menu is drawn beautifully.

Music, formats

Nothing to wait, MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, Linear PCM, JPEG photos and more are supported, as always. No FLAC or OGG, for some reason Sony remains true to itself year after year. I'm still waiting for this wonderful event to happen - you know, there will be such RUMORS that Sony is finally preparing a player with FLAC support, and then - hooray, it happened!

Straight opening. In fact, I repeat once again, any player in 2010 should simply support playback of not only conventional, but also “improved” formats. Because the collections of users are different, and if you want to find music in FLAC, it will not be difficult.

Moreover, the Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 once again made me remember the old days when the company just introduced the brand new A series. good sound quality - but all the same, the model is able to reproduce quite bewitchingly even familiar melodies for a long time. New notes or some touches ... You know, I even loaded the fairy tale "Peter and the Wolf" into my memory, some childhood memories flooded over me, and I wanted to get the same emotions. You can conduct such an experiment yourself - no, I do not urge you to run and buy a player, not at all. But, if it is the model for music that interests you, even if it will be pretty seasoned with Sony technologies - all the same, the player is very, very interesting for music.

Menu, settings, controls

Everything is exactly the same as the E series and other models.

The layout of the menu is the same, the cover view mode has been added to the player, bookmarks have appeared among the filters, which is convenient. There is a folder view, a separate item in the menu is dedicated to podcasts - archaism. If you wish, you can prepare a video for the player and watch it on a small screen, just like in the country of the gnomes. Another item is dedicated to SenseMe, composition processing is possible without the participation of a computer, this is a good opportunity to quickly select music to suit your mood. Among the additional functions of the player there is a learning mode, speed control, displaying the words of the song, turning on additional sound effects (sound around, etc.). The song can be set as an alarm signal, but there is little point in this - there is no speaker.

Memory

In Russia, only one version of the player is sold, with a memory capacity of 8 GB, in Japan there are other modifications.

Conclusions

What do we get. The average cost of the player is 4,700 rubles. The advantages are obvious:

  • The appearance is very good, I don’t know what protects the display - most likely it is plastic. In any case, the materials are good, the assembly too, the design seems to have been created by the masters of that old school
  • Comes with high-quality headphones and a cable for connecting to audio systems - this is convenient, for example, for a car
  • Remarkable sound quality, numerous settings and interesting work of proprietary "improvers"
  • Long running time
  • Simple and clear menu, nowhere to stumble here
  • You don't need any additional software to download music - I still get asked if I need to install Sonic Stage to use my Walkman. No, that's it, this thing is dead
  • An interesting feature of SenseMe
  • Not many audio formats are supported
  • For some, 8 GB is already very, very small
  • Viewing photos and videos is nominal here
  • Uses a proprietary connector for charging and transferring files
  • No radio recording

I have no doubt that the model will be popular, but have Sony forgotten what year it is already in the yard? Classic is good, of course. But where are the banal things like recording a radio signal in all players? I really approve of both the design and sound quality, but I also want high-quality implementation of other functions.

Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 player review

In September 2009, a review of the Sony NWZ-S544 player was published, a little more than a year has passed, and I hasten to tell you about the updated S series. There was a return to the roots, although it seems that I no longer understand the deeds of my beloved company. After all, remember, one of the features of the S-series was the built-in speakers. Seems like it was good. And the price is quite acceptable. But no, for some reason the new "eska" is already without speakers. Where the continuity - I do not know. Moreover, now both the old and the new S series are on sale. Maybe it’s better this way, especially if the sellers are sufficiently savvy and trained. For example, I would advise everyone to take a new model for a number of objective reasons.

Design, construction

Black, blue, gold, silver - these are the main colors of the series, they also match other Sony products. For example, some VAIO laptops. In 2010, a course was set for bright colors, and the trend is likely to continue in 2011. Or maybe not, lately it has been too often at Sony to change course. I got a blue player, and it seems to consist of two halves, the upper one is darker, the lower one is lighter. The edging of the display is made of metal, the bottom is plastic, the back is also, apparently, metal.


The player reminded me of the beautiful Sony NW-A808 model.

Slim, metallic (for the most part), there is the very spirit of Sony. At the bottom there is a 3.5 mm jack, a traditional WM-port and a slot for attaching a strap. The player measures 42.5 x 94 x 7.2 mm and weighs about 55 grams. I would like to draw your attention to the extended delivery package: in addition to the usual USB cable, there was also a place for an audio cable, the headphone tips have a different color inside for an easier selection of the same rubber bands. The headphones themselves are white, made on the basis of the MDR-EX300SL model, I personally like it because of its fit, even without any noise reduction systems, external sounds practically disappear without damage to the ears (and without pain). I can wear them all day without getting tired, but in general it would be nice to try on the “300s” before buying, they are not suitable for everyone. Please note that when talking about the new player of the S series, you need to take into account the headphones in the kit, in many respects the purchase is justified by a high-quality accessory - you get a ready-made kit right away, the “ears” do not need to be changed. Therefore, check when buying, so that everything is convenient and good for you. The cardboard box will easily endure the opening, and there will be no traces of penetration.

Display

The display is 2 inches, 240 x 320 pixels, the adjective "super-bright" is constantly mentioned in press materials - I don't know, a display is a display. I don’t know about behavior in the sun, in recent days it’s been some kind of continuous gloom. Viewing angles are not bad, but I highly doubt that you will want to watch video on this device.

Management

Under the display are the traditional "Mickey Mouse ears", the Back and Option buttons, a five-way joystick, the button in the center is responsible for confirming the action, with its help you start or pause playback. On the right side there are volume buttons, a control lock lever, a Reset button is hidden in the hole on the back. That's what I like about Sony players - it's normally organized controls, without even taking it out of your pocket, you can adjust the volume , go from track to track, start or stop playback - all blindly.

Food

The claimed battery life is 50 hours of audio playback, and the battery will take about three hours to fully charge. Fifty hours. A very serious figure, especially when you consider that the player can turn itself off at a time when you are not doing anything with it. I suppose the model can be used to listen to music for a week on end - if, for example, you listen to music for a couple of hours a day.

Noise reduction system

A separate menu item is dedicated to setting up the noise reduction system, turning it on or off, and selecting the “noise reduction” mode. Frankly, I did not notice the work. They say that it cuts off noise selectively, for example, a human voice. I don't know, maybe.

Radio

Regular radio, no recording, it is possible to store up to 30 stations in memory, the receiver menu is drawn beautifully.

Music, formats

Nothing to wait, MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, Linear PCM, JPEG photos and more are supported, as always. No FLAC or OGG, for some reason Sony remains true to itself year after year. I'm still waiting for this wonderful event to happen - you know, there will be such RUMORS that Sony is finally preparing a player with FLAC support, and then - hooray, it happened!

Straight opening. In fact, I repeat once again, any player in 2010 should simply support playback of not only conventional, but also “improved” formats. Because the collections of users are different, and if you want to find music in FLAC, it will not be difficult.

Moreover, the Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 once again made me remember the old days when the company just introduced the brand new A series. good sound quality - but all the same, the model is able to reproduce quite bewitchingly even familiar melodies for a long time. New notes or some touches ... You know, I even loaded the fairy tale "Peter and the Wolf" into my memory, some childhood memories flooded over me, and I wanted to get the same emotions. You can conduct such an experiment yourself - no, I do not urge you to run and buy a player, not at all. But, if it is the model for music that interests you, even if it will be pretty seasoned with Sony technologies - all the same, the player is very, very interesting for music.

Menu, settings, controls

Exactly the same as the E series and other models.

The layout of the menu is the same, the cover view mode has been added to the player, bookmarks have appeared among the filters, which is convenient. There is a folder view, a separate menu item is dedicated to podcasts - archaic. If you wish, you can prepare a video for the player and watch it on a small screen, just like in the country of the gnomes. Another item is dedicated to SenseMe, composition processing is possible without the participation of a computer, this is a good opportunity to quickly select music to suit your mood. Among the additional functions of the player there is a learning mode, speed control, displaying the words of the song, turning on additional sound effects (sound around, etc.). The song can be set as an alarm signal, but there is little point in this - there is no speaker.

Memory

In Russia, only one version of the player is sold, with a memory capacity of 8 GB, in Japan there are other modifications.

Conclusions

What do we get. The average cost of the player is 4,700 rubles. The advantages are obvious:

  • The appearance is very good, I don’t know what protects the display - most likely it is plastic. In any case, the materials are good, the assembly too, the design seems to have been created by the masters of that old school
  • Comes with high-quality headphones and a cable for connecting to audio systems - this is convenient, for example, for a car
  • Remarkable sound quality, numerous settings and interesting work of proprietary "improvers"
  • Long running time
  • Simple and clear menu, nowhere to stumble here
  • You don't need any additional software to download music - I still get asked if I need to install Sonic Stage to use my Walkman. No, that's it, this thing is dead
  • An interesting feature of SenseMe
  • Not many audio formats are supported
  • For some, 8 GB is already very, very small
  • Viewing photos and videos is nominal here
  • Uses a proprietary connector for charging and transferring files
  • No radio recording

I have no doubt that the model will be popular, but have Sony forgotten what year it is already in the yard? Classic is good, of course. But where are the banal things like recording a radio signal in all players? I really approve of both the design and sound quality, but I also want high-quality implementation of other functions.

Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 player review

In September 2009, a review of the Sony NWZ-S544 player was published, a little more than a year has passed, and I hasten to tell you about the updated S series. There was a return to the roots, although it seems that I no longer understand the deeds of my beloved company. After all, remember, one of the features of the S-series was the built-in speakers. Seems like it was good. And the price is quite acceptable. But no, for some reason the new "eska" is already without speakers. Where the continuity - I do not know. Moreover, now both the old and the new S series are on sale. Maybe it’s better this way, especially if the sellers are sufficiently savvy and trained. For example, I would advise everyone to take a new model for a number of objective reasons.

Design, construction

Black, blue, gold, silver - these are the main colors of the series, they also match other Sony products. For example, some VAIO laptops. In 2010, a course was set for bright colors, and the trend is likely to continue in 2011. Or maybe not, lately it has been too often at Sony to change course. I got a blue player, and it seems to consist of two halves, the upper one is darker, the lower one is lighter. The edging of the display is made of metal, the bottom is plastic, the back is also, apparently, metal.


The player reminded me of the beautiful Sony NW-A808 model.

Slim, metallic (for the most part), there is the very spirit of Sony. At the bottom there is a 3.5 mm jack, a traditional WM-port and a slot for attaching a strap. The dimensions of the player are 42.5 x 94 x 7.2 mm, weight is about 55 grams. I would like to draw your attention to the extended delivery package: in addition to the usual USB cable, there was also a place for an audio cable, the headphone tips have a different color inside for an easier selection of the same rubber bands. The headphones themselves are white, made on the basis of the MDR-EX300SL model, I personally like it because of its fit, even without any noise reduction systems, external sounds practically disappear without damage to the ears (and without pain). I can wear them all day without getting tired, but in general it would be nice to try on the “300s” before buying, they are not suitable for everyone. Please note that when talking about the new player of the S series, you need to take into account the headphones in the kit, in many respects the purchase is justified by a high-quality accessory - you get a ready-made kit right away, the “ears” do not need to be changed. Therefore, check when buying, so that everything is convenient and good for you. The cardboard box will easily endure the opening, and there will be no traces of penetration.

Display

The display is 2 inches, 240 x 320 pixels, the adjective "super-bright" is constantly mentioned in press materials - I don't know, a display is a display. I don’t know about behavior in the sun, in recent days it’s been some kind of continuous gloom. Viewing angles are not bad, but I highly doubt that you will want to watch video on this device.

Management

Under the display are the traditional "Mickey Mouse ears", the Back and Option buttons, a five-way joystick, the button in the center is responsible for confirming the action, with its help you start or pause playback. On the right side there are volume buttons, a control lock lever, a Reset button is hidden in the hole on the back. That's what I like about Sony players - it's normally organized controls, without even taking it out of your pocket, you can adjust the volume , go from track to track, start or stop playback - all blindly.

Food

The claimed battery life is 50 hours of audio playback, and the battery will take about three hours to fully charge. Fifty hours. A very serious figure, especially when you consider that the player can turn itself off at a time when you are not doing anything with it. I suppose the model can be used to listen to music for a week on end - if, for example, you listen to music for a couple of hours a day.

Noise reduction system

A separate menu item is dedicated to setting up the noise reduction system, turning it on or off, and selecting the “noise reduction” mode. Frankly, I did not notice the work. They say that it cuts off noise selectively, for example, a human voice. I don't know, maybe.

Radio

Regular radio, no recording, it is possible to store up to 30 stations in memory, the receiver menu is drawn beautifully.

Music, formats

Nothing to wait, MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, Linear PCM, JPEG photos and more are supported, as always. No FLAC or OGG, for some reason Sony remains true to itself year after year. I'm still waiting for this wonderful event to happen - you know, there will be such RUMORS that Sony is finally preparing a player with FLAC support, and then - hooray, it happened!

Straight opening. In fact, I repeat once again, any player in 2010 should simply support playback of not only conventional, but also “improved” formats. Because the collections of users are different, and if you want to find music in FLAC, it will not be difficult.

Moreover, the Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 once again made me remember the old days when the company just introduced the brand new A series. good sound quality - but all the same, the model is able to reproduce quite bewitchingly even familiar melodies for a long time. New notes or some touches ... You know, I even loaded the fairy tale "Peter and the Wolf" into my memory, some childhood memories flooded over me, and I wanted to get the same emotions. You can conduct such an experiment yourself - no, I do not urge you to run and buy a player, not at all. But, if it is the model for music that interests you, even if it will be pretty seasoned with Sony technologies - all the same, the player is very, very interesting for music.

Menu, settings, controls

Everything is exactly the same as the E series and other models.

The layout of the menu is the same, the cover view mode has been added to the player, bookmarks have appeared among the filters, which is convenient. There is a folder view, a separate item in the menu is dedicated to podcasts - archaism. If you wish, you can prepare a video for the player and watch it on a small screen, just like in the country of the gnomes. Another item is dedicated to SenseMe, composition processing is possible without the participation of a computer, this is a good opportunity to quickly select music to suit your mood. Among the additional functions of the player there is a learning mode, speed control, displaying the words of the song, turning on additional sound effects (sound around, etc.). The song can be set as an alarm signal, but there is little point in this - there is no speaker.

Memory

In Russia, only one version of the player is sold, with a memory capacity of 8 GB, in Japan there are other modifications.

Conclusions

What do we get. The average cost of the player is 4,700 rubles. The advantages are obvious:

  • The appearance is very good, I don’t know what protects the display - most likely it is plastic. In any case, the materials are good, the assembly too, the design seems to have been created by the masters of that old school
  • Comes with high-quality headphones and a cable for connecting to audio systems - this is convenient, for example, for a car
  • Remarkable sound quality, numerous settings and interesting work of proprietary "improvers"
  • Long running time
  • Simple and clear menu, nowhere to stumble here
  • You don't need any additional software to download music - I still get asked if I need to install Sonic Stage to use my Walkman. No, that's it, this thing is dead
  • An interesting feature of SenseMe
  • Not many audio formats are supported
  • For some, 8 GB is already very, very small
  • Viewing photos and videos is nominal here
  • Uses a proprietary connector for charging and transferring files
  • No radio recording

I have no doubt that the model will be popular, but have Sony forgotten what year it is already in the yard? Classic is good, of course. But where are the banal things like recording a radio signal in all players? I really approve of both the design and sound quality, but I also want high-quality implementation of other functions.

Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 player review

In September 2009, a review of the Sony NWZ-S544 player was published, a little more than a year has passed, and I hasten to tell you about the updated S series. There was a return to the roots, although it seems that I no longer understand the deeds of my beloved company. After all, remember, one of the features of the S-series was the built-in speakers. Seems like it was good. And the price is quite acceptable. But no, for some reason the new "eska" is already without speakers. Where the continuity - I do not know. Moreover, now both the old and the new S series are on sale. Maybe it’s better this way, especially if the sellers are sufficiently savvy and trained. For example, I would advise everyone to take a new model for a number of objective reasons.

Design, construction

Black, blue, gold, silver - these are the main colors of the series, they also match other Sony products. For example, some VAIO laptops. In 2010, a course was set for bright colors, and the trend is likely to continue in 2011. Or maybe not, lately it has been too often at Sony to change course. I got a blue player, and it seems to consist of two halves, the upper one is darker, the lower one is lighter. The edging of the display is made of metal, the bottom is plastic, the back is also, apparently, metal.


The player reminded me of the beautiful Sony NW-A808 model.

Slim, metallic (for the most part), there is the very spirit of Sony. At the bottom there is a 3.5 mm jack, a traditional WM-port and a slot for attaching a strap. The dimensions of the player are 42.5 x 94 x 7.2 mm, weight is about 55 grams. I would like to draw your attention to the extended delivery package: in addition to the usual USB cable, there was also a place for an audio cable, the headphone tips have a different color inside for an easier selection of the same rubber bands. The headphones themselves are white, made on the basis of the MDR-EX300SL model, I personally like it because of its fit, even without any noise reduction systems, external sounds practically disappear without damage to the ears (and without pain). I can wear them all day without getting tired, but in general it would be nice to try on the “300s” before buying, they are not suitable for everyone. Please note that when talking about the new player of the S series, you need to take into account the headphones in the kit, in many respects the purchase is justified by a high-quality accessory - you get a ready-made kit right away, the “ears” do not need to be changed. Therefore, check when buying, so that everything is convenient and good for you. The cardboard box will easily endure the opening, and there will be no traces of penetration.

Display

The display is 2 inches, 240 x 320 pixels, the adjective "super-bright" is constantly mentioned in press materials - I don't know, a display is a display. I don’t know about behavior in the sun, in recent days it’s been some kind of continuous gloom. Viewing angles are not bad, but I highly doubt that you will want to watch video on this device.

Management

Under the display are the traditional "Mickey Mouse ears", the Back and Option buttons, a five-way joystick, the button in the center is responsible for confirming the action, with its help you start or pause playback. On the right side there are volume buttons, a control lock lever, a Reset button is hidden in the hole on the back. That's what I like about Sony players - it's normally organized control, without even taking it out of your pocket, you can adjust the volume, move from track to track, start or stop playback - all blindly.

Below the display are the traditional Mickey Mouse ears, the Back and Option buttons, a five-way joystick, the button in the center is responsible for confirming the action, with its help you start or pause playback. On the right side there are volume buttons, a control lock lever, a Reset button is hidden in the hole on the back. That's what I like about Sony players - it's a well-organized control, without even taking it out of your pocket, you can adjust the volume , move from track to track, start or stop playback - all blindly.

Food

The claimed battery life is 50 hours of audio playback, and the battery will take about three hours to fully charge. Fifty hours. A very serious figure, especially when you consider that the player can turn itself off at a time when you are not doing anything with it. I suppose the model can be used to listen to music for a week on end - if, for example, you listen to music for a couple of hours a day.

Noise reduction system

A separate menu item is dedicated to setting up the noise reduction system, turning it on or off, and selecting the “noise reduction” mode. Frankly, I did not notice the work. They say that it cuts off noise selectively, for example, a human voice. I don't know, maybe.

Radio

Regular radio, no recording, it is possible to store up to 30 stations in memory, the receiver menu is drawn beautifully.

Music, formats

Nothing to wait, MP3, WMA, AAC-LC, Linear PCM, JPEG photos and more are supported, as always. No FLAC or OGG, for some reason Sony remains true to itself year after year. I'm still waiting for this wonderful event to happen - you know, there will be such RUMORS that Sony is finally preparing a player with FLAC support, and then - hooray, it happened!

Straight opening. In fact, I repeat once again, any player in 2010 should simply support playback of not only conventional, but also “improved” formats. Because the collections of users are different, and if you want to find music in FLAC, it will not be difficult.

Moreover, the Sony Walkman NWZ-S754 once again made me remember the old days when the company just introduced the brand new A series. good sound quality - but all the same, the model is able to reproduce quite bewitchingly even familiar melodies for a long time. New notes or some touches ... You know, I even loaded the fairy tale "Peter and the Wolf" into my memory, some childhood memories flooded over me, and I wanted to get the same emotions. You can conduct such an experiment yourself - no, I do not urge you to run and buy a player, not at all. But, if it is the model for music that interests you, even if it will be pretty seasoned with Sony technologies - all the same, the player is very, very interesting for music.

Menu, settings, controls

Everything is exactly the same as the E series and other models.

The layout of the menu is the same, the cover view mode has been added to the player, bookmarks have appeared among the filters, which is convenient. There is a folder view, a separate item in the menu is dedicated to podcasts - archaism. If you wish, you can prepare a video for the player and watch it on a small screen, just like in the country of the gnomes. Another item is dedicated to SenseMe, composition processing is possible without the participation of a computer, this is a good opportunity to quickly select music to suit your mood. Among the additional functions of the player there is a learning mode, speed control, displaying the words of the song, turning on additional sound effects (sound around, etc.). The song can be set as an alarm signal, but there is little point in this - there is no speaker.

Memory

In Russia, only one version of the player is sold, with a memory capacity of 8 GB, in Japan there are other modifications.

Conclusions

What do we get. The average cost of the player is 4,700 rubles. The advantages are obvious:

  • The appearance is very good, I don’t know what protects the display - most likely it is plastic. In any case, the materials are good, the assembly too, the design seems to have been created by the masters of that old school
  • Comes with high-quality headphones and a cable for connecting to audio systems - this is convenient, for example, for a car
  • Remarkable sound quality, numerous settings and interesting work of proprietary "improvers"
  • Long running time
  • Simple and clear menu, nowhere to stumble here
  • You don't need any additional software to download music - I still get asked if I need to install Sonic Stage to use my Walkman. No, that's it, this thing is dead
  • An interesting feature of SenseMe
  • Not many audio formats are supported
  • For some, 8 GB is already very, very small
  • Viewing photos and videos is nominal here
  • Uses a proprietary connector for charging and transferring files
  • No radio recording

I have no doubt that the model will be popular, but have Sony forgotten what year it is already in the yard? Classic is good, of course. But where are the banal things like recording a radio signal in all players? I really approve of both the design and sound quality, but I also want high-quality implementation of other functions.