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2019-03-06 04:42 PM
I got the Ear Duo and really rate them - you can listen to calls or music but also actually hear what's going on around you!! Link here >> https://www.sonymobile.com/gb/products/smart-products/xperia-ear-duo/
2019-03-06 07:52 PM
The very best you can get is Sony WH-1000XM3.
I went to a main reseller, put them on and was sold.
Perfect sound, immaculate noise canceling and the luxury of ambient sound whenever you want it by just holding the palm of your hand over the right speaker.
2019-03-20 09:27 AM
Hi @ALTJ, welcome to our forum!
What kind of headphones are you looking for? Do you want over-ear headphones with noise cancelling, or just a regular pair of wireless headphones?
For over-ear headphones, you can find some great ones at the Sony Electronics website. On the link below I have filtered it to only show wireless headphones and there are both kinds, over-ear and on-ear. If you prefer in-ear, just tap on "In-ear" at the top and you will see the selection of those.
For more regular in-ear/headsets, take a look at the link below.
Keep in mind that not all products might not be available in your market/region.
@Ted05, that's awesome to hear (no pun intended)!
@Strampke, yeah, they usually score very well in all the tests that compares NC headphones!
2019-03-20 12:01 PM
If I used over ears for all use, I'd use the 1000x m3
But I like in-ear myself and am loving the mdr-ex750bt
Hi Res and LDAC support and pack a nice punch.
As they a few years old now they're much cheaper too.
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2019-03-24 08:17 PM
IMO, it all depends on the kind of sound you like and your wallet. Since I'm more inclined towards bass and my wallet ain't so big ,I use the 950B1, if you have more cash you can get the 1000M3
2019-03-26 01:23 PM
That is a very good tip and one of my colleagues at the office is using it and he is very pleased with it!
I try and focus on how much money I can/I'm willing to spend on a pair of headphones and I'll check different reviews to see which one is the best one for the money and that would fit me the best.
I have always found reviews of audio products to be very in-depth compared to others, so it's a lot of information to take in, but I rather have it that way instead of having too little information.
2019-03-26 02:29 PM
I use WH-CH700N, similar to 1000xm3 in design but cheaper and with less features (no high res audio or ldac, there is aptxHD and noise canceling although its not as good as in 1000xm3s). Tested them both but ultimately 1000xm3s were just too expensive.
WH-CH700N also have 3,5mm jack for ipnut so they can be wired or wireless. To me they sound great and I am very happy with them.
2019-03-27 06:00 PM
What tipe of headphnes you want?
WH-1000XM3 are overhead tipe. But you want to hold for it because there is something wrong going on with NC after 4.1.1 firmware update. NC on my WH-1000XM3 are now useless after that update.
WI-1000X are in-ear tipe. I have it and no complaints.
WF-1000X are truly wireless tipe. I had it and they have some problems with sound going from left headphone to right headphone every few minutes.
XPERIA Ear Duo are the best of both worlds. Listen to music and sounds around you.
At this moment I recommend WI-1000X or XPERIA Ear Duo.