Sony WH-1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones with Mic, 30 Hours Battery Life, Quick Charge, Gesture Control, Ambient Sound Mode, with Alexa…

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Sony WH-1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones with Mic, 30 Hours Battery Life, Quick Charge, Gesture Control, Ambient Sound Mode, with Alexa…
Sony WH-1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones with Mic, 30 Hours Battery Life, Quick Charge, Gesture Control, Ambient Sound Mode, with Alexa…

$264.46

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  • Industry leading noise cancellation* thanks to QN1 chip. Diaphragm: Aluminium-coated LCP. (Disclaimer in description)
  • Battery life of 30 hours and quick charging so you’re never without your headphones
  • Improved design to make the 1000 x m3’s even more comfortable and lightweight
  • High resolution audio packed with technology and features to give truly authentic sound
  • Optimized for google assistant and alexa for a seamless hands-free control and more
  • Alexa built-in devices let you instantly connect to Alexa to play music, control your smart home, get information, news, weather, and more using just your voice.

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Specification: Sony WH-1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones with Mic, 30 Hours Battery Life, Quick Charge, Gesture Control, Ambient Sound Mode, with Alexa…

Industry leading noise cancellation thanks to QN1 chip. Diaphragm

Aluminium-coated LCP. (Disclaimer in description)

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3 reviews for Sony WH-1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones with Mic, 30 Hours Battery Life, Quick Charge, Gesture Control, Ambient Sound Mode, with Alexa…

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  1. A. Barratt

    I’m sure you’ve read the reviews, and they’re overwhelmingly positive. With good reason.
    They’ve a slight bass boost, but it works… Great sound, noise cancellation, reliable Bluetooth connection and a long battery make these ‘phones the ones to beat.

    UPDATE:

    After a few months one of the ear cups become loose. I contacted Sony, who said they would cover everything but accidental damage under warranty .

    Fair enough.

    I sent the headphones to Sony’s repair centre explaining the issue was due to wear, not an accident, and they sent me a quote for £105 to repair, now saying they don’t cover “physical” damage (not just accidental)… There’s a big difference between the two. So what on earth is covered under warranty?

    To me, this change to the warranty is dishonest, misleading and probably…

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  2. Pete

    I’ve been using the Sony 1000xm3’s for 4 full days now. In the house, walking, in the car, on the bus and in a busy office. I thought now would be a good time to review them and share my impressions. I’ll try to cover several things that I would normally look for when testing my stuff and hopefully this will answer any questions people have about these amazing cans!

    I’ve been using the 1000x for about 2 years at this point as my main drivers. So I’ll point out any differences I’ve found moving from those onto the mark 3’s.

    Comfort/Ergonomics:
    Padding on the headband and on the ear cups is extremely soft and hugs my head nicely, but without applying too much pressure. The leather is synthetic, but gives a quality feel. If you’ve had a paid of Sony headphones before you’ll be familiar with…

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  3. Milo di Thernan

    I could not decide between the B&W PX, the Bose QC35 or the 1000XM2. I knew I would regret not buying the other two if I chose one. So I waited, resisted the temptation to deal on the 1000XM2 price cut a few weeks ago. And then, by chance, came across the new XM3 version. A trip to John Lewis to try for comfort the PX, QC35, 1000XM3 and B&O H9 and I made my decision. I spent all evening playing with them and my biggest reservation, that I might prefer the impressive treble on the QC35, was resolved by the Sony App. You can meaningfully change the music with an effective equaliser on the App. I have owned the Beoplay H4 and found them impressive enough but a bit plasticky, so my teenage son got them. (The sound wasn’t full, my hunch being flat middle; I didn’t have surprises dancing…

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