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For music lovers, the walkman has been the grand daddy of audio players, and has been an icon of innovation and style.

NW-A100TPS_InnerPackageRecently, Sony brought over its newest Walkman NW-A100 Walkman Series, which are now available in select Sony Centres and Authorized Dealers Nationwide, giving fans a trip down memory lane with a limited-edition nostalgic soft case, while being able to enjoy the latest audio technologies from the brand.

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A100 series Walkman is compatible with high resolution audio, supported by the S-Master HX digital amplifier technology, and DSEE HX, which upscales music to near high resolution quality and works even for streaming. It also supports High Resolution Audio by LDAC, so you can enjoy high resolution quality audio wired and wireless.

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The device is crafted with precision for superior sound quality, and boasts a rigid aluminium milled frame, plus high quality parts found on the ZX series, as well as the NW-WM1Z.

It supports Android, and with Wi-Fi, the A100 series Walkman grants you access to millions of songs, and also stream from your favorite provider. You can also store tracks on its built-in or expandable memory.

A100 series Walkman packs a 3.6-inch HD display, along with a USB-C interface. It boasts a battery life of up to 26 hours.

NW-A100TPS 2For those who want to take a trip down memory lane, there’s the 40th anniversary limited edition NW-A100TPS Walkman with a printed 40th anniversary logo on the rear panel, and comes with a special design soft case that pays homage to Sony’s first portable cassette player – the TPS-L2 Walkman, launched in 1979.

Pricing and Availability

NW-A105 is priced at PhP17,899 and comes in two colors – Black and Red. The Limited Edition NW-A100TPS on the other hand, retails for PhP21,499, and is available at the stores below.

  • Sony Centre- Glorietta 2
  • Sony Centre- Mall of Asia
  • Sony Centre- Megamall
  • Sony Centre- Filinvest
  • Sony Centre- Dagupan
  • Egghead- Shangri-La

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.