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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.
This was a big let down for me. After watching and reading all the reviews and hype, I finally got one myself, but was quickly left with disappointment. The sound quality is definitely not as good as decent wired headphones, no matter what anyone will try to say. The noise cancelling is mediocre at best. I could still hear cars on the road outside my house with the NC turned all the way up. As well as talking etc. Furthermore, for me at least, the pressure caused by the noise cancelling (and I did utilize the option to clear it in the app) means that after 30 mins i had to remove them due to the pain in my ears. After wearing these headphones for even 10 mins, my ears became uncomfortably hot and bothered, thereby negating its main intended use as a long distance travel headphone. Battery life was good though.
The sound qualilty of these phones is much worse than my wired phones (Grado SR 80) for one-third the price and I'd even prefer my old AKG Y50's to travel with (£50). I found the difference quite shocking.
Music sounded thick, syrupy and boxed-in to the detriment of clean well seperated sound. The Sony's had more bass but it wasn't especially well defined.
If you really NEED noise cancelling wireless phones then, at least according to review sites, these might be amongst the best. If you don't need those features though you'll be much better off buying wired headphones where the money goes on the sound and little else.
The sound is great, but within less than a year of purchase, the side of the headband which is made of plastic has broken from normal use. Pretty poor quality for a £250 headphones. Sony's warranty doesn't cover physical damage sadly, even though it's not my fault. Maybe my head is too big haha. I am using tape on one side to stop it from clicking open.
I replaced my Bose QC-25 wired set with this expecting to have better quality audio and the same other features I was having on my Bose set. I was quite thrilled when I heard the quality of audio and how well it does on noise cancellation. The app is not perfect but offers quite a wide range of high tech options and features.
However, I was quite disappointing to note it's below-par mic and Bluetooth performance.
Mic quality issues: Almost all of the recipients of the calls I made with this were complaining they couldn't hear me and the audio was muffled. I wasn't even in an area where there was a lot of background noise. Tried calling on my commute on the train and it was completely unusable and the other end couldn't understand a work I was speaking. Very disappointing.
Bluetooth issues: During calls and even listening to music, there are constant disruptions to the audio stream with pauses and audio fades which is really frustrating. My phone was only two feet away or inside my pocket.
Verdict: When someone buys a premium wireless headphone these days, one expects it to have really good mic performance (with good background noise reduction) and reliable Bluetooth streaming with zero interruptions. WH1000XM3B certainly does a great job in audio quality and ANC but had compromised the basic features of a standard Bluetooth headset.
Good headphones overall. But a few shortcomings are ruining the party. First, when the headset battery is depleted, you can't charge the headset and use the Bluetooth connection at the same time. You have to wait. Why? I'm charging the thing! Also, sometimes the sound becomes a little bit jerky. It's happening on my phone and on my desktop PC. I know mastering Bluetooth is more an art than a science, but for that price I expected a bit better.
initially worked really good. No issues with pairing or noise cancellation or sound quality... good build quality too. bought for the wife and then bought a second pair for myself... it worth the price...
however after about 15hrs of usage, static has developed on right headphone. i have just requested a return. hope it can be processed.
Lovely looking, high quality build and awesome sound... while it lasts. Within a day, one of the ear-cups developed a horrible static noise like someone was rustling a paper bag in my right ear... looking on Sony forums, seems to be a recurring problem due to the noise cancellation software. I have neither the patience nor time to start updating the firmware or faultfinding the issue, so back in the box and returned to Amazon... will stick to Bose.
I bought this specifically for airline travel. I must admit that when the noise cancelling is working properly, it's the best noise cancelling I have personally experienced. On the other hand, the right hand side will intermittently develop an abnormal sound. Mine personally got sent back for repair, but after a whole 30 minutes of listening they decided there was nothing wrong with them
Further investigation revealed that this is quite a common fault. Usually however, Sony inform the user that the abnormal sound is a result of electrical noise emitted from the active noise cancelling circuit and it's perfectly normal and within spec. Sorry Sony, but if your product design specs are such that end users experience is compromised, it's not a good product and frankly it's a bad design. If you buy these, it is a mixed bag whether or not you will have the same experience as me.
In addition, bluetooth performance and microphone quality are sub par. Given the cost, I expected so much more. Personally, I would not buy these again.
I bought these to replace my Bose QC35s that had served me well for years but had recently developed a fault in the pairing switch. The fault caused the bluetooth device list to clear every time I turned them on and required me to re-pair each time I changed devices. Because I frequently switch between devices for settings and different content, I figured it was time to replace them.
Little did I know, this bug in my old QC35 is a standard feature of the WH1000XM3. While they let me set up pairing with multiple devices at once, in order to change which device is sending audio, I need to go into bluetooth settings on the current device, disconnect the headphones, then open bluetooth settings on the new device and connect the headphones.
There is no way to remotely disconnect a device via the app (the Bose app lets you connect or disconnect any device), you have to do it in the actual device. I discovered this early on when, after having been connected to the Apple TV in the lounge room, I went to bed and tried to connect to my iPad. After trying and failing for some time to get audio to come through via the iPad, I ended up having to get out of bed, go back to the lounge room, wake up the Apple TV, and manually disconnect the headphones via bluetooth settings. Only then could I connect my iPad and get back into bed.
The next day, I went to listen to a podcast on my phone while doing some work in the kitchen. No way, says Sony. First I have to go back to the bedroom to get the iPad and manually disconnect from that before I can connect to the phone and start listening to anything on there.
I'm genuinely shocked that a feature I've taken for granted for years through Bose and its app is completely absent from these newer, and from what I'd read in reviews, better headphones.
The sound quality is excellent and the styling is sleek but I can't recommend headphones that require me to run around the house manually disconnecting and reconnecting devices every time I want to switch audio source.