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With Inzone headphones and monitors, Sony is entering the entire Gaming-A app

With Inzone headphones and monitors, Sony is entering the entire Gaming-A app

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(Pocket-lint) – Sony has launched its own brand of games for PC and PlayStation 5 accessories.

The Inzone Gaming line starts with premium monitors and headphones for PC and game consoles alike.

Initially, there are three headphones on display. The flagship is the Sony Inzone H9 – a wireless noise-canceling headset with 360 spatial sound for PC gaming and 3D audio support on PS5.


It uses the technologies also found in the recently launched WH-1000XM5 premium headphones as well. This includes the materials used for comfort in the ear cups, for example soft faux leather.

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There is also active noise cancellation and an ambient noise mode that can be toggled with a button on the front. This allows you to easily hear outside noise when you need it.

H9 also features an extension Discord-certified boom microphone is active when faced down and muted when faced up. It also has LED lighting and up to 32 hours of battery life (with noise canceling off). Fast charging means you get an hour of playtime with just 10 minutes of charging.

The Inzone H7 is a wireless model with a similar design, but without LED lighting and with nylon earcups instead of faux leather. Again, there’s no active noise cancellation, but the battery life is better – up to 40 hours.

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Finally, the Inzone H3 is a wired headphone that limits some features but retains the capabilities of 360 Spatial Sound / 3D Audio.

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As for the screens, the Inzone M9 is the flagship. It offers 4K and HDR with a full spectrum backlighting with local dimming. It also has a 144Hz refresh rate, uses an IPS panel and features a 1ms GtG (gray to gray) response time.

Its stable counterpart, the Inzone M3, lowers the resolution to Full HD but increases the refresh rate to 240Hz.

Both monitors share a similar design with a low profile tripod base and have keyboard, mouse, and monitor connections. Interestingly, you can connect two computers (or a PC and a game console) to either monitor and use the same peripherals via auto switching mode.

There are two HDMI 2.1 ports on each monitor. The screens are also equipped with PS5-compatible features such as B. Auto-type picture mode, which can be used to select any game or entertainment mode by content, and automatic HDR tone mapping.

The Inzone M9 will be available this summer for £999 in the UK and €1,099 in Central Europe, while the M3 will follow in the winter. Pricing for this model will be confirmed in due course.

The headphones will be available from July each year. The Sony Inzone H9 costs £269/€300, the H7 £189/€230 and the H3 £89/€100.

Written by Rick Henderson.