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|Supported Audio Codecs||AAC, SBC|
|Frequency||2.4 GHz (2400 to 2484 MHz)|
|Wireless Range||30' / 9.1 m|
0.3 oz / 9.0 g (Each)
2.8 oz / 79.0 g
|Material of Construction||Metal, Plastic, Rubber|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz to 20 kHz (Wireless)|
|Number of Mics||1|
|Voice Coil||Copper-Clad Aluminum Wire|
|Driver Size||0.24" / 6.10 mm|
|Number of Drivers||1, per Earpiece|
|Controls/Microphone Location||Controls: Left Earpiece, Right Earpiece
Microphone: Earpiece (Side Unspecified)
|Active Noise Cancellation||Yes|
|Earpiece Design||In-Ear (Intra-aural), Closed-Back|
|Charging Time||3.5 Hours|
|Additional Runtime||24 Hours|
|Charging Interface||USB Type-C|
|Recharge Time||1.5 Hours|
|Quick Charging Times||10 Minutes for 1.5 Hours|
|Runtime||6 Hours (BT+ANC)
8 Hours (BT)
4 Hours (Talk)
4.5 Hours (Talk)
9 Hours (Standby)
15 Hours (Standby)
The Sony WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds have some pedigree to live up to. Named – and designed, for that matter – to draw obvious connections with Sony’s WH-1000XM3 headphones, the promise is industry-leading active noise cancellation in a Bluetooth earbud, without stinting on musical performance.
Active noise cancellation works exceptionally well, Audio quality is great, EQ adjustment allows for musical tweaking, Battery life is excellent
No waterproofing, Frequent fliers may miss a cable option, No wireless charging, No on-earbud volume controls
Despite some small drawbacks, the Sony WF-1000XM3 is among the best true wireless headphones of 2019.
The WF-1000XM3 sound excellent for true-wireless headphones, with a premium look and feel. They have effective active noise cancellation, decent battery life and USB-C charging (with a quick-charge feature). Touch controls.
Not sweat-resistant; not a discreet looking as some competing models; call performance could be a little better.
Sony's WF-1000XM3 true wireless earphones deliver excellent noise cancellation and strong audio performance, tempered by some easily avoidable shortcomings.
Excellent noise cancellation. Strong audio performance, with adjustable EQ.
On-ear controls can be a pain to operate. Half-baked Google Assistant implementation.
The WF-1000XM3 are a groundbreaking pair of fully wireless earbuds.
Awesome sound and call quality, Fantastic battery life, Great noise canceling, Compelling app-based features, Comfortable fit
No water-resistance, No onboard volume controls, A bit bulky
Sony’s inaugural pair of true wireless earbuds, the WF-1000X, didn’t stand out among the competition when they hit the market in 2017. They were plagued by some of the common stumbles of first-generation earbuds with no cable between them — connection dropouts, audio delay when watching video, and...
Noise cancellation in a tiny package, Excellent sound quality, Classy, sleek look, Lengthy battery life for true wireless earbuds
No sweat or water resistance, Can only pair to one device at a time, No wireless charging, Can’t control volume from earbuds
Sony’s latest true wireless earbuds are its best so far. The WF-1000XM3 covers all the bases with ambient sound and active noise cancellation, and that’s on top of audio profiles and a custom EQ inside its headphones app. For $230, these are one hell of a deal.
Solid noise-canceling, great sound
Bulky case, slight connectivity glitches
I would have had a review of the WF-1000XM3s up sooner, but they arrived while I was traveling. That was a bummer for two reasons. First and most obviously is the fact that I hate being late with a review.
Joining the true wireless elite, Sony WF-1000XM3 sound stunning and cram in excellent noise cancelling as well – a real rival to AirPods and Powerbeats Pro
Amazingly good active noise cancelling (ANC), Top notch audio performance, Handy 'Quick attention' mode
Not for workout use, ANC more effective on the ground than on planes
For Php 12,999, these earbuds are something that I can easily recommend taking a look at as an option if you’re in the market for great audio gear with noise cancelling and want something that can fit in your pocket.
I also have bose qc35. The range is really good, the sound good, NC good. The only bad thing is the handling of multipoint. Not experiencing any major differences compared to xm2. Bose has some features such as music sharing and good multipoint support.
Great company for travel, comfortable and good sound for being so small. Ability to set different levels of sound insulation via the app.The doll is a little bigger than others but in return it gives longer battery life.
Light. Good fit in my ears. Great ANC and absolutely fantastic sound.A little big doll for my taste, but supposedly have good battery life so it might weigh up.Just had them a little more than a week, so get updated with more details later.