- Eye catching design and portability for music on the go
- 3.1 Inch touch screen for an intuitive operation, 16 GB internal memory that can also be extended via micro SD slot
- Studio-quality sound in higher than CD quality with high-resolution audio
- Up to 45 hours of playback (MP3 128 kbps). System requirements: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7; macOS v10.8–10.12
- Easy bluetooth connectivity with NFC one-touch and expandable SD slot
Designed to fit your life effortlessly, the NW-A45 series has been refreshed with the range of h.ear colours to sync with your style. This Walkman allows you to enjoy sound from high-resolution audio and improved Bluetooth streaming with LDAC, the result is enhanced wireless listening with higher than CD quality sound so it feels like the artist is performing right in front of you. The 3.1 Inch screen is touch-sensitive, allowing you to access functions simply by touching the icon. The NW-A45 has up to 45 hours battery life and 16 GB internal memory that can also be extended via micro SD slot.
Compatible Bluetooth profiles A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) Supported Codec 2: SBC into 3, LDAC, aptX into 1 Bluetooth profiles are standardized according to the purpose of the Bluetooth device. 2 Codec indicates the audio signal compression and conversion format. 3 SBC stands for Subband Codec.
AAC ( .mp4, .m4a, .3gp): 6-320kbps / 8-48kHz
APE ( .ape): 8, 16, 24bit / 8-192kHz (Fast, Normal, High)
Apple Lossless ( .mp4, .m4a): 16, 24bit / 8-192kHz
DSD ( .dsf, .dff): 1bit / 2.8224, 5.6448, 11.2896 MHz (Audio that is converted to Linear P cm is output.)
FLAC ( .flac): 16, 24bit / 8-192kHz
HE-AAC ( .mp4, .m4a, .3gp): 32-144kbps / 8-48kHz
MP3 ( .MP3): 32 – 320kbps (Supports variable bitrate (VBR) ),/ 32, 44.1, 48kHz
WAV ( .wav): 16, 24, 32bit (Float/Integer) / 8-192kHz
WMA ( .WMA): 32 – 192kbps (Supports variable bitrate (VBR) ),/ 44.1kHz
Walkman (1) ・USB cable (1) ・Startup Guide ・Instruction Manual A Micro SD card is not supplied with the Walkman.