I still can’t believe how phenomenal Sony’s new true wireless noise cancelling earbuds are

Maren Estrada

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Anyone who has tried Sony’s WH-1000XM3 wireless noise cancelling headphones knows that Sony means business. There’s simply nothing else out there that even comes close. I’m a huge fan of the Master & Dynamic MW07 earphones when it comes to cord-free earbuds though, and I wasn’t expecting noise cancellation to add much to the equation when Sony first reached out about is new ANC earbuds. Then I tried Sony WF-1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Truly Wireless Earbuds. All I can say is… wow. I still prefer the sound quality and tuning of the MW07 headphones, but the noise cancelling feature on the Sony model is pretty jaw-dropping. Trust me, you have to experience it for yourself.

Here are the highlights from the product page:

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  • Industry-leading noise canceling with HD Noise Canceling Processor QN1e
  • 24bit Audio signal processing delivers dramatically improved sound quality
  • Battery life up to 24 hours with carrying case (with 10min quick charge for 90min of play time
  • Truly wireless design with uninterrupted L/R simultaneous Bluetooth transmission
  • Smart listening by adaptive sound control automatically switches to ambient sound mode based on your activity
  • Quick attention mode and wearing detection make conversations effortless
  • N the box: Charging case, Triple comfort earbuds (S, M, L × 2) long hybrid silicone rubber earbuds (stainless, S, M, L × 2), card, operating instruction, Reference guide, USB Type-C cable (Approx. 20cm)

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