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I first bought a pair of these back in November 2019 when travelling to Cyprus despite the fact I have 2 other pairs of very good headphones ( one pair has a portable DAC) . I bought my first pair of the Sony headphones in Duty free where they were about 30 quid cheaper & on the recommendation of the 3 sales people in the shop who ALL said that they had a pair over all of the ones that they sold.I had intended to buy a pair of Bose with my second choice being B&O(expensive !) I was seriously impressed & I knew I could return them if I didn't like them after week of pretty serious use.
I ended up buying another pair for my wife for a birthday present ( who normally doesn't do presents like this at ALL).She said about a week after getting them that she REALLY liked them & it was an excellent choice of present. I think that says it all.
Amazing pair of headphones, first of all free next day delivery, ordered at 10pm on Sunday, I received the parcel next day Monday midday!
First impressions: Box it came in looks smart and professional along the lines of Sony's usual design language. Carrying case is not leather like the Bose QC35 ii but is still great quality, can fit all accessories and will protect the headphones.
The headphones when picked up were surprisingly light, but also had a weight to it that portrayed a quality built product. Very soft faux leather ear cups and headband, very comfortable to wear hours on end.
Headphones instantly connected to my Samsung Galaxy S9+ and connected with Google assistant straight away. NFC also available for instant connectivity.
Sound is excellent, with an unbelievable amount of customisation. Bass is strong and controlled, highs and mids are clear and crisp, discovering new sounds in music I've been listening to for years! Please bear in mind, these headphones are LDAC Bluetooth connection enabled, so if you have a phone with LDAC connectivity this will greatly increase sound quality. Usually Bluetooth connections are SBC which is poorer quality, this is chosen as default but can be changed to LDAC in settings (if phone is compatible).
Noise cancellation is fantastic, best I've ever used so far. Perfect for commuting on the bus or train. Very impressive even with higher frequencies such as peoples voices. It does not cut out ALL the external sound maybe maximum around 90%, if you want that then buy some ear plugs. Wind is minimum for me when cycling and running. Also covering the touchpad with your hand will cancel the noise cancelling and open up both the mics so you can speak to someone or hear your surroundings quickly, very useful feature I have used many many times!
Touch controls (although sceptical) I got used to them within 10 minutes. 9 times out of 10, the control panels reads my input correctly. This also makes the headphones look very sleek with only two physical buttons for Power/battery status and noise cancelling/ambient/Google assistant button.
Downloading the Sony Headphone app, an abundance of customisation available such as: - Adaptive Sound Control, which detects if you're sitting, walking, running or commuting to tailor the noise cancellation. - Noise Cancelling Optimizer, optimizes headphones according to hairstyle, if you're wearing glasses, a hat. If you change your hairstyle or take off your glasses, re-optimize. - Atmospheric Pressure Optimizing - Sound position control - Equaliser - Analyzing Ear shape - Sound quality mode
Overall I highly recommend these headphones, also a great way to get into high quality audio streaming!
These seem to top every 'best buy' list at the moment, and that may well be fair if your priorities are sound quality or battery life. I bought these to aid working from home, to shut out the neighbour's piano, or screaming kids, or DIY and allow me to concentrate in peace.
I found them uncomfortable after about 15 minutes and when noise cancelling is active (which wasn't as effective as I'd hoped - I could still hear plenty) there was a background hum/white noise unless I played music, which wasn't what I wanted to do. I also found that noise cancelling created a feeling of pressure that became painful, and without playing music I could hear/feel a regular pulse as - I presume - the headphones monitored the external noise it was seeking to cancel.
I looked at plenty of video reviews before buying, and now realise that all those reviews were buy men (who I'm guessing have bigger heads - I'm not petite but these were too big for mine) who spent more time talking about the bass and gesture controls, and not about whether you could comfortably wear these for hours at a time to concentrate on work. If that's what you want these for, you may find them as disappointing as did.
I bought these a month ago to help with working from home while the house is full of people because the reviews I had read were very good. They are extremely comfortable. I wear glasses and have found that there is no uncomfortable pressure exerted by the headphones. Generally, they are very light and could easily be worn all day. Regarding sound quality, they sound fantastic! The quality is superb. I can understand why some people describe the bass as 'muddy', because it can be a bit overwhelming. But with some tweaking of the equaliser settings on the Sony app, I found the perfect settings and they sound great. One of the main reasons I bought then was for the noise cancelling and this is one area where they are not as good as I was expecting. Sitting in my house and working while the TV is on, I can still hear some of the programme my kids are watching. If my son claps his hands, I can hear it clearly. The same is true for running water and other sounds - including speech, which is disappointing because that was where I expected them to work the best. That said, for steady constant noise they work a treat. The controls on the right earphone work brilliantly - especially the option to cover the earphone to temporarily quiet what your listening to and turn on active pass through to hear what's going on around you. Overall, I would recommend these headphones, but the most cancelling is a little disappointing.
I've become annoyed with ear buds and bought these as an alternative.
The sound quality is amazing, I really wasn't expecting them to sound so good, but with LDAC enabled on my BT connection, I'm hearing music in new ways.
I run with these on, they grip my head without being uncomfortable and have plenty of extension capability.
The noise cancelling is very impressive, surprising even.
There are two gripes, the touch controls aren't that accurate if you have any moisture on your hands. The other is the sound (bong) when you change activity, you can fix this from the app, so thats OK.
The battery life seems good, ran for two hours with volume on 11, they lasted without complaint.
After enjoying a pair of Bose Quiet Comfort phones for a couple of years I had misgivings about shifting to the Sony ones for replacement. Who doesn't hate dropping a good horse as the race goes on. But I have to say these Sony headphones surpass the Bose units by a good bit in noise reduction and slightly in battery length, which I'd say is in the 12-14 hour range of use. The Sony phones have two hard to find buttons on the left side. They are the major controls. The phones seem to hook up via Bluetooth easier than the Bose. The charge cable that came with the headphones is just 5 inches long. You'd think Sony could provide a decent power charging cord on something this expensive! Replacement of 2.5 meter is about €10.
The headphones provide very good noise cancellation, even for human voices. Very light and comfortable to wear. And I periodically forget they are on my head.
On the flip side there are a few issues: * Very rarely, the headset just starts to pass-through amplified background noise. Recalibration always helps. * Bluetooth connection with my Macs/iPhones is fairly reliable. However, if I use BT dongle on Linux boxes it tends to drop from time to time. * Microphone(s) is not suitable for voice recording. Hence you may sound very quiet or illegibly on conference calls. But your software may be able to fix that, so mileage may differ. * Music playback is not very colourful due to the noise cancellation design and limitations of Bluetooth connection. But that to be expected. * They look brittle and will likely break in hands of a not careful owner.
In general, I am fairly happy with the purchase as the drawbacks are either fixable by software updates or due to prerequisite of noise cancellation.
When they're working fine they're great. Sound quality is amazing, battery life is incredible. They're not bad at noise cancelling but Bose are better. What is really irritating is the app. i use iPhone and iPad. why, oh why does the app not change orientation when the device does. The headphones drop the Bluetooth connection about 5 minutes after you connect to them and then re-connect themselves about 15 seconds later no matter where you are.
Connection instructions are lousy. The headphones connect automatically to the last device you connected them to. If you want them to connect them to a different device that you have previously paired them with then you have to hold the 'On' button down for around 7 seconds but it does not make that clear in the manual. Same if you have already connected to one device and you want to pair with a further device. Again not clear in the instructions.
The noise-cancelling was amazing. Stunning actually. Then, after only a week of use, the spasmodic crackling started in the right ear. (I don't blast the music to extreme levels). So the noise-cancelling turns into the sound of water stuck in your ear, such an irritating noise. I have also updated the headphones to the latest update. No change... The only good thing about these is the amazing battery life. Sadly, that now means I can get over twenty hours of irritating crackling static.