At IFA 2015 Sony announced a selection of three new Walkman devices, continuing its commitment to high-res audio. These devices are the NW-A25N, NW-AN7HN and the NW-ZX100N.

The NW-A25HN and NW-A27HN Walkmans will be available in October and will be the successor to the A15, featuring an enhanced version of Sony’s S-Master HX full digital amplifier, and DSEE HX technology to upscale audio tracks to a high-resolution.

Both can play FLAC, ALAC, MP3, AAC, HE-AAC, WMA, Linear PCM and AIFF files, and come with a 2.2 inch TFT colour LCD display that has a pixel resolution of 320 x 240, with NFC and FM radios built-in.

They will be available in black, blue, pink, red and yellow in 16GB and 64GB options with a microSD card slot for expansion.

The NW-ZX100N is the higher end model, featuring 128GB of storage, with a microSD card slot, 3 inch TFT LCD display that has a 400 x 240 pixel resolution, and compatibility with the same file types with NFC on-board.

It also supports DSD and Bluetooth 3.0.

The NW-ZX100N will be available in October, but only in silver.

Not price points have been revealed yet.

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