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|Range||Up to 33' (10 m)|
|Transmitting Frequency Range||2.4 GHz|
|Bluetooth Profiles||A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP|
|Audio Formats||SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD, LDAC|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.1 x 7.4 x 3.0"|
|Package Weight||2.0 lb|
|Connector 2||3.5mm stereo|
|Cable||Oxygen-free strands, gold-plated, L-shaped stereo mini-plug|
|Cable Length||4.9' (1.5 m)|
|Dimensions||Not specified by manufacturer|
|Weight||9.7 oz (275.0 g)|
|Battery Charge Time||Approximately 4 hours|
|Battery Life||Music Playback, Noise Cancellation On: Up to 30 hours Music Playback, Noise Cancellation Off: Up to 38 hours Standby, Noise Cancellation On: Up to 40 hours Standby, Noise Cancellation Off: Up to 200 hours|
|Driver Type||Aluminum-coated, liquid-crystal polymer diaphragm, dome-type|
|Noise Cancellation||Automatic AI Personal optimization Atmospheric pressure optimization Ambient sound mode Quick attention|
|Sensitivity||Wired, Powered On: 103 dB/mW (1 kHz) Wired, Powered Off: 98 dB/mW (1kHz)|
|Impedance||Wired, Powered On: 46 Ohms at 1 kHz Wired, Powered Off: 14 Ohms at 1 kHz|
|Frequency Range||Wired: 4 Hz to 40 kHz Wireless, 44.1 kHz Sampling: 20 Hz to 20 kHz Wireless, LDAC 96 kHz Sampling at 990 kbps: 20 Hz to 40 kHz|
|Driver Size||1.57" (40.0 mm)|
Sony's WH-1000XM2 may not be quite as comfortable as Bose's QuietComfort 35 II, but in some respects it's a superior headphone.
The Sony WH-1000XM2 is an excellent-sounding, comfortable wireless headphone with effective noise canceling that measures up to Bose's for muffling ambient noise. Its battery life has been improved and it has some nifty extra features geared toward frequent travelers.
It should perform a little better as a headset. Battery isn't replaceable.
The wireless, noise cancelling Sony WH-1000XM2 delivers strong audio performance that can be sculpted to taste using the free app.
Powerful audio performance with fine-tunable EQ (in app). Solid noise cancellation with adjustable parameters (in app). Comfortable.
Expensive. Noise cancellation has subtle effect on audio.
The Sony WH-1000XM2 wireless active noise-cancelling headphones are among the best noise-cancelling headphones we’ve tested.
Outstanding active noise-cancelling performance that rivals Bose QC35., Adaptive sound control technology senses your activity to block out sound yet...
Don’t sound nearly as good when used as a passive, wired pair of headphones., Abrupt motions can break ANC performance.
If you want active noise canceling headphones, and you're not willing to sacrifice... anything: this is the set for you. Cheaper than the Bose QC35 IIs, the Sony WH-1000X M2 not only performs better, but gives you far more listening options than any of its competitors.
Great ANC, Good sound quality, Comfort, Portability
Price, LDAC compatibility rare in phones
As our lives become more mobile, there’s an increasing demand to go wireless. Audio headphones are one of the first products to head in this direction, with Sony being one of the prominent brands in this field.
Long battery life, Comfortable
Occasional connection drops
Without question the WH-1000XM2 are an exceptional pair of headphones are great for travel thanks to its noise cancelling and ambient aware feature. They have a clean design mostly relying on touch controls which work great but may not be a cup of tea for everyone.
I have a problem. It’s an incredibly first-world problem, because it’s one where no amount of gear is ever “enough”. Literally the week after I ordered my brand new Audio Technica ATH-M40X, I was already scouring the internet for a brand new pair of wireless headphones with active noise cancellation...
Sony WH-1000XM2 noise cancelling wireless headphones are attractive, comfy, and sound great.
The WH-1000XM2 is a fantastic pair of wireless headphones. The main advantage to them is their superior audio encoding system. In turn, this results in a better overall sound quality.
Sony WH-1000XM2 vs Bowers & Wilkins PX, Comparison Review. Both headphones are wireless and noise cancelling, but also boast a slew of fancy features for the commuting audiophile. Read on to find out which can is for you.
I love the Sony 1000XM2 headphones. The sound is great and the noise cancellation is great. The app works well on my Axon 7 and improves the experience even more. The noisecancellation is at least on par with my Bose QC-25 and the sound is better. The Sony is not as comfortable as the Bose QC-25.
Bought these for a long distance plane ride to overseas. Wow! I thought I was in my living room at home listening to music and movies. Noise cancellation sensational. Excellent sound quality, could clearly hear the crappy quality of the onboard music recordings. We'll balanced high's and low's.
None so far................
It’s fair to say that by now most people who have an interest in wireless headphones know that the top 3 headphones for noise cancelling are Bose, Sony and Sennheiser.
- Excellent wireless sound quality and signal. Touch controls. Excellent battery life. Good passive noise cancellation. Goes nice and loud. Pairs fast to your phone.
- Expensive. Not as comfortable as Sennheiser 598 for example. Potentially fragile (previous model suffered with cracking headband - so far so good with this model though).
LOVE these headphones!! Its very peaceful...work is liveable because I can silence the “snorer” that works behind me! They’ve also reinvigorated my love of music because of the clarity of the sound.
After taking the leap from in-ears, I wanted a product that could make the most of Spotify and SoundCloud streaming on the go (320kb/s) without going 'too high end' for my mobile device. These headphones outdid themselves song-after-song and just the features alone amazed me.
I have been waiting ages to save up and decide on the noise cancelling headphones I wanted...kept going between these and the Bose QC35ii. Bose probably win it by a small margin on comfort, while the Sonys sound quality is just that bit better to get those goosebumps going on your favourite track.
Great sound quality! One of the best sounding noise cancelling headphone's on the market, if not the best. Placing a hand over the right housing to pause noise cancelling to have a conversation is a really great feature.
Was very excited, did a lot of reading about these as well as about their predecessor which had headband issues. Looked at the Bose QC35ii - which work good but look rather plain and plasticky, Sony's supposedly better battery life, at par noise cancellation, touch controls etc etc swerved the...
So pleased I purchased these I won't go into detail as there is already enough in other customer reviews, for the price paid i cannot fault them. I did consider the Bose competitor and had a demonstration but for me the Sony won the day.
Good headphones. Excellent sound quality, for me it’s just the right balance between bass and treble and good clear speech. The headphones are comfortable to wear and not sweaty after a couple of hours use and not too heavy.