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Sony A100 Walkman series launched, priced in the Philippines




Sony’s new Walkman series has arrived in the Philippines. Along with the standard NW-A105, the 40th-anniversary limited edition NW-A100TPS has arrived as well.

The A100 series Walkman features an aluminum milled frame with a 3.6-inch HD display that has a cassette tape UI. It’s compatible with high-resolution audio, DSD and PCM, and supported by S-Master HX, DSEE HX, and high-resolution audio wireless by LDAC. The new Walkman series is also Wi-Fi capable and has Android support, allowing users to stream from a variety of services, including Spotify. Other features include 16GB internal storage (for both the standard and limited edition), NFC support, Bluetooth connectivity, up to 26 hours of battery life, and a USB-C port.


The Sony NW-A105 comes in two colors, Black and Red, and priced at PHP 17,899. It can be purchased in select Sony Centres and Sony authorized dealers nationwide.

As for the limited edition Sony NW-A100TPS, it comes with a specially designed soft case and packaging that pays homage to the TPS-L2 Walkman. It’s priced at PHP 21,499 and can be purchased in the following Sony outlets:

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



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7 Responses

  1. obsolete says:

    considered dead tech.

  2. Pricey says:

    Price too much for a mp3/audio stream app player. Pass

  3. el gato says:

    17k-21k?
    i’d rather buy a phone at similar price point, will have more ram and storage, can do texts and calls. musicolet android app ftw!

    • Audionerd says:

      With how smart phones are built nowadays, you would say that this would be the case. Kaso, these are dedicated music players, which have better sound cards and can maximize loseless audio. Pair it with audiophile headphones at para kang nakikinig live nung ni record ang music na pinakikingan mo. Let’s not hate on the product, kasi may specific target sila which are audiophiles and not ordinary consumers like you.

  4. Justin says:

    A P21,500 piece of… nostalgia. This is Sony’s next big money-maker.

  5. Audionerd says:

    With how smart phones are built nowadays, you would say that this would be the case. Kaso, these are dedicated music players, which have better sound cards and can maximize loseless audio. Pair it with audiophile headphones at para kang nakikinig live nung ni record ang music na pinakikingan mo. Let’s not hate on the product, kasi may specific target sila which are audiophiles and not ordinary consumers like you.

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