Sony this time has contributed some very excellent noise-canceling headphones. Sony has given a shout out in the headphones tech market with this beast. These headphones are superior to the Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II in almost every way. Sony retained all the features that we liked in the previous iteration, including adaptive sound control, gesture recognition, and great audio reproduction (at least when powered), and made significant improvements to its active noise-cancellation technology. Sony’s new headphones are also more comfortable to wear for long listening sessions.
Everything that exertion has satisfied, on the grounds that the WH-1000XM3 earphones offer a reasonable sonic overhaul over the previous match, to the degree that the M2s, which we cherished at the time, sound shut in and relatively dull by examination.
This is an open, extensive sound that gives each instrument, impact and vocal space to move around. There has been no misfortune as far as explicitness, either vocal is as yet engaged and coordinate, yet the instruments around them are conveyed in a way that makes it feel as though you’re in the stay with the band.
Tonally, there’s a liberal additional aiding of exquisite, profound bass, which helps the WH-1000XM3s create a delightful version of SBTRKT’s throbbing Trials Of The Past. In any case, this additional bass never debilitates to unbalance the introduction – rather, it basically fortifies the general conveyance, including weight and extravagance in a charming, common and, might we venture to state it, simple way.
- Very comfortable and sleek design
- Excellent audio quality when powered
- Industry-leading active noise cancellation
- Easy to use app and gesture controls
- Solid battery life and quick-charge capability
- Audio quality is only average when the headphones are not powered
- The minor learning curve required to master gesture controls
- Very slight high-frequency distortion when the volume is cranked