Sony Challenges Apple With Noise-Canceling Wireless Headphones

Jul 9, 2019

Category: Tech

In the tech space, Sony is always a force to be reckoned with, as they are gunning for the top spot in the world do wireless headphones currently occupied by Apple’s AirPods. The Sony WF-1000XM3 Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones boast the significant feature of blocking the sound around you actively so you can enjoy pure music.

Not only can you put the outside world on hold with these wireless headphones courtesy of industry-leading noise cancellation, but they also feature a 0.24” driver unit that delivers crisp, expansive sound. To boost performance further, they are built with DSEE HX (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine HX) to upscale compressed music files, upgrading the sound close to High-Resolution Audio. With these, you can enjoy up to six hours of your favorite albums with noise-canceling activated on a full charge. And they also come with a charging case that packs three full charges for on-the-go listening. Pre-order these wireless headphones today for $230.

Purchase: $230

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