SONY WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise canceling Stereo Headset(International Version/Seller Warrant) (Silver) Review

By | May 1, 2020

SONY WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise canceling Stereo Headset(International Version/Seller Warrant) (Silver) Reviews and Specs

Smart Listening by SENSE ENGINE Quick Attention Mode for effortless conversations without taking your headphones off In the box: WH1000XM3 / Carry Case / Charging Cable USB-C / Audio Cable for Wired Connection Industry-leading noise canceling brings Only Music, Nothing Else


3 thoughts on “SONY WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise canceling Stereo Headset(International Version/Seller Warrant) (Silver) Review


hozQC says:

Sadly I have decided to return the product for reasons I will describe below, but the device’s quality and performance key factors weren’t the issue.First, the positives: Noise-cancelling:This is top of its class, absolutely wonderful.I love the sound of these headphones.They sound amazing.The first day I wore these was March 26th in Pennsylvania and the touch controls went crazy in 32-35 degree weather with a little wind.It makes the controls unusable, and since I know no way to disable them temporarily, you have to shut the headset off because the cold will create random commands to pause, adjust volume, or skip songs.They do everything they claim to do and they really are a quality product.The catch is that they are a pain to setup and manage.I am a tech kinda person and after spendin in excess of a month watching reviews on noise cancelling, over the ear headphones, the Sony wh-1000xm3 was the clear choice.I will admit, Bose qc35 ii came close but Sony won in the end.I’ve worn a lot of headphones because I’ve had to, but I’ve never liked it.I hate being tethered or tripping over cables, but the quality of most Bluetooth headphones is low.The cups feel differently on the head, a little firmer, but are still super comfortable.I’m not sure that firmness would be good on a long distance flight though.Sure they sound great but 80% of the time I have them on in my office to block out co-worker voices – which I can still hear clearly.Also have to re-connect bluetooth on mac mini at work every day.Is the international version which has absolutely no difference on hardware or software.The difference is the manuals different languages and warranty.The noise cancellation works way way way better than the Boss, the cup the right ear feature to interrupt the music and talk to my wife without taking it off is amazing, swipe to adjust the volume is easier, sound quality is great but I am not a musician to tell the difference, love the bass , bluetooth connection is way more reliable and almost double the range compared to the Boss 35 which drops out sometimes even when I am next to my computer, this has a softer clamp and way more comfortable than the Boss which I thought was the best at the time.This is the ultimate headphone for me but may be not for you since I live in S.

BROWP says:

Sadly I have decided to return the product for reasons I will describe below, but the device’s quality and performance key factors weren’t the issue.First, the positives: Noise-cancelling:This is top of its class, absolutely wonderful.I love the sound of these headphones.They sound amazing.The first day I wore these was March 26th in Pennsylvania and the touch controls went crazy in 32-35 degree weather with a little wind.It makes the controls unusable, and since I know no way to disable them temporarily, you have to shut the headset off because the cold will create random commands to pause, adjust volume, or skip songs.They do everything they claim to do and they really are a quality product.The catch is that they are a pain to setup and manage.I am a tech kinda person and after spendin in excess of a month watching reviews on noise cancelling, over the ear headphones, the Sony wh-1000xm3 was the clear choice.I will admit, Bose qc35 ii came close but Sony won in the end.I’ve worn a lot of headphones because I’ve had to, but I’ve never liked it.I hate being tethered or tripping over cables, but the quality of most Bluetooth headphones is low.The cups feel differently on the head, a little firmer, but are still super comfortable.I’m not sure that firmness would be good on a long distance flight though.Sure they sound great but 80% of the time I have them on in my office to block out co-worker voices – which I can still hear clearly.Also have to re-connect bluetooth on mac mini at work every day.Is the international version which has absolutely no difference on hardware or software.The difference is the manuals different languages and warranty.The noise cancellation works way way way better than the Boss, the cup the right ear feature to interrupt the music and talk to my wife without taking it off is amazing, swipe to adjust the volume is easier, sound quality is great but I am not a musician to tell the difference, love the bass , bluetooth connection is way more reliable and almost double the range compared to the Boss 35 which drops out sometimes even when I am next to my computer, this has a softer clamp and way more comfortable than the Boss which I thought was the best at the time.This is the ultimate headphone for me but may be not for you since I live in S.

YpdncT says:

Sadly I have decided to return the product for reasons I will describe below, but the device’s quality and performance key factors weren’t the issue.First, the positives: Noise-cancelling:This is top of its class, absolutely wonderful.I love the sound of these headphones.They sound amazing.The first day I wore these was March 26th in Pennsylvania and the touch controls went crazy in 32-35 degree weather with a little wind.It makes the controls unusable, and since I know no way to disable them temporarily, you have to shut the headset off because the cold will create random commands to pause, adjust volume, or skip songs.They do everything they claim to do and they really are a quality product.The catch is that they are a pain to setup and manage.I am a tech kinda person and after spendin in excess of a month watching reviews on noise cancelling, over the ear headphones, the Sony wh-1000xm3 was the clear choice.I will admit, Bose qc35 ii came close but Sony won in the end.I’ve worn a lot of headphones because I’ve had to, but I’ve never liked it.I hate being tethered or tripping over cables, but the quality of most Bluetooth headphones is low.The cups feel differently on the head, a little firmer, but are still super comfortable.I’m not sure that firmness would be good on a long distance flight though.Sure they sound great but 80% of the time I have them on in my office to block out co-worker voices – which I can still hear clearly.Also have to re-connect bluetooth on mac mini at work every day.Is the international version which has absolutely no difference on hardware or software.The difference is the manuals different languages and warranty.The noise cancellation works way way way better than the Boss, the cup the right ear feature to interrupt the music and talk to my wife without taking it off is amazing, swipe to adjust the volume is easier, sound quality is great but I am not a musician to tell the difference, love the bass , bluetooth connection is way more reliable and almost double the range compared to the Boss 35 which drops out sometimes even when I am next to my computer, this has a softer clamp and way more comfortable than the Boss which I thought was the best at the time.This is the ultimate headphone for me but may be not for you since I live in S.

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