|Hardware Interface||Bluetooth 4.0|
|Special Features||Wireless, Noise-cancellation|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Headphones Form Factor||In Ear|
|Connector Type||Bluetooth, Wired|
|Form Factor||In Ear|
|Memory Card Slot||;;|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Includes AC Adapter||No|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 2 x 2.5 cm|
|Item Weight||17 g|
|Item Model Number||WF-1000XM3|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||5 July 2019|
Sony New - WF1000XM3B - WF-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones (Black)
- Digital Noise Cancelling with HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1e and Dual Noise Sensor Technology
- Truly wireless design with Bluetooth wireless technology
- Smart listening experience by Adaptive Sound Control
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WF-1000XM3 truly wireless headphones combine industry-leading noise cancellation with high quality sound, smart listening features, Bluetooth and NFC connectivity, all-day battery life, and long-listening comfort.
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The various reviews I have both read, and seen,of these in ear noise cancelling headphones, appear to have been over-hyped.
Considering their high cost, I feel somewhat disappointed..........
The sound is good but there is no point of comparison with my old Bose Quietcomfort 35 II.
The only way to notice is if you replace the included tips for Comply. Forget about noise cancellation with the included tips.
Two defective pairs:
After wearing them for a while (daily use) I started noticing occasional noise in one of the earphones.
Finally, my first pair started making a horrible noise in the right earphone during calls: Returned.
After a few weeks of using my second pair, the same happened this time with the left earphone.
In sound quality there is very little difference with my old Optoma BLE 4, and the big $400 price tag is hard to justify.
When i first started using these buds, I did have a few audio drop outs from listening to Spotify and my podcast player. However found a solution to remove battery saving options from those apps (on android) and this problem was resolved. Aside from that case, audio drop outs have been very rare and when they do happen, it's for a second or less.
I did not notice any difference with using it for my work iphone however first connection was slower but after that was fine.
Overall, the only thing I wish was improved is the call quality - it's very behind on comparisons to the airpods and people can tell when i'm using them. It also tends to pick up every noise around you instead of just your voice - hoping for the third software update which fixes this issue as the previous update hardly did a thing from my observations.
- Great battery life, ~7hrs without ANC, ~5hrs with ANC (Volume set to 60%)
- Build quality, earbuds + charging case are both very sturdy.
- Touch controls are as reliable as they get and are very customisable.
- Sound quality is impressive, clear highs, pronounced mids and with a good amount of bass to boot. (even better with ANC on)
- Great product support from Sony as the app is regularly updated and volume touch control was added via a recent firmware update.
- Water resistance - Or the lack thereof, if you're looking for an exercise friendly earbuds, then shop elsewhere as these are not water resistant, I wouldn't risk taking them to the gym, especially if you're a heavy sweater.
- Size - depending on your preference, these can be quite bulky, both in terms of the charging case as well as the earbuds themselves.
- NO wireless charging - the likes of Samsung and Apple have both adopted wireless charging, surprised that Sony didn't follow considering the size of the charging case.