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Sony WF-1000XM3 Truly Wireless Headphones With Digital Noise Cancelling £195 Delivered @ Centres Direct
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Sony WF-1000XM3 Truly Wireless Headphones With Digital Noise Cancelling £195 Delivered @ Centres Direct

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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  • Digital Noise Cancelling with HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1e and Dual Noise Sensor Technology
  • Truly wireless design with Bluetooth® wireless technology
  • Smart listening experience by Adaptive Sound Control
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How are these compared to the over ears , it's one or the other from Santa this year.
finnmaccool03/12/2019 17:38

How are these compared to the over ears , it's one or the other from Santa …How are these compared to the over ears , it's one or the other from Santa this year.


Depends on how/where you plan to use them? Battery life is great and the ear bud seal creates great noise isolation without even turning them on. The ANC is exceptional.
google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2019/may/01/best-true-wireless-earbuds-airpods-samsung-jabra-sennheiser-anker-compared-and-ranked

Good comparison of wireless headphones in link above. Whilst these Sony headphones are known to be great I'd go for the Samsung buds all day when considering they can be had for £80 without losing to much over the Sony's. I've had the Samsung buds for a few days now and they are very very good.
Edited by: "tdk2bu" 3rd Dec 2019
Hi,
Any comments on the store itself? I see only 3 reviews(1 very bad) on Trustpilot. Thanks.
Ringwraith03/12/2019 18:17

Hi, Any comments on the store itself? I see only 3 reviews(1 very bad) on …Hi, Any comments on the store itself? I see only 3 reviews(1 very bad) on Trustpilot. Thanks.


Could try getting John Lewis to price match
Amazon £1 dearer if can’t be bothered with JL price match

rover.ebay.com/rov…752 - £161 here
Edited by: "gyro85" 3rd Dec 2019
tdk2bu03/12/2019 18:13

google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2019/may/01/best-true-wireless-earbuds-airpods-samsung-jabra-sennheiser-anker-compared-and-rankedGood comparison of wireless headphones in link above. Whilst these Sony headphones are known to be great I'd go for the Samsung buds all day when considering they can be had for £80 without losing to much over the Sony's. I've had the Samsung buds for a few days now and they are very very good.


I agree, the Samsung are a great everyday earphone. Quality connectivity, ease of use and controls too, plus for £80 they’re a bargain. But I have to disagree about losing too much over the Sonys sound wise, different class. I can be on the treadmill in the gym and cant hear anything except my own music. The Samsung don’t have noise cancelling. If you are bang into music and want to hear every nuance you can from an earbud then they are worth the price tag. If you are an every day listener looking for ease of use and a good all rounder then £80 on the Samsung is good price.
SteHuz9003/12/2019 19:10

I agree, the Samsung are a great everyday earphone. Quality connectivity, …I agree, the Samsung are a great everyday earphone. Quality connectivity, ease of use and controls too, plus for £80 they’re a bargain. But I have to disagree about losing too much over the Sonys sound wise, different class. I can be on the treadmill in the gym and cant hear anything except my own music. The Samsung don’t have noise cancelling. If you are bang into music and want to hear every nuance you can from an earbud then they are worth the price tag. If you are an every day listener looking for ease of use and a good all rounder then £80 on the Samsung is good price.


Comes down to budgets I guess, I deffo can't justify to myself £200 on these, maybe £129 reconditioned from same site. With regards to the galaxy buds I can't hear anything external with the music on but that's down to the great sealed fit I've managed to get by trying out all the different ear bud options. The real bad boys I'm after are the beats pro, again dreaming of them being £120 ish one day
Edited by: "tdk2bu" 3rd Dec 2019
I’d recommend getting these from a retailer that will accept returns.
Can’t argue with regards sound quality, best I have tried BUT I am not alone in the fact they just didn’t, won’t stay in my ears sadly.
Twisted, slid, pushed, all tips, even the tips from my Jabra 65ts but they wouldn’t stay in, so, they got sent back.
Read the reviews, sometimes they’re true lol
tdk2bu03/12/2019 18:13

google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/technology/2019/may/01/best-true-wireless-earbuds-airpods-samsung-jabra-sennheiser-anker-compared-and-rankedGood comparison of wireless headphones in link above. Whilst these Sony headphones are known to be great I'd go for the Samsung buds all day when considering they can be had for £80 without losing to much over the Sony's. I've had the Samsung buds for a few days now and they are very very good.


The Samsung buds sound tinny v the Sonys.

I use my Samsung's for day to day Skype calls at work and listening to pods running.

The Sony are my go.to.for music, games and films they sound incredible.
Edited by: "Keith_Moon" 3rd Dec 2019
Keith_Moon03/12/2019 20:45

The Samsung buds sound tinny v the Sonys. I use my Samsung's for day to …The Samsung buds sound tinny v the Sonys. I use my Samsung's for day to day Skype calls at work and listening to pods running. The Sony are my go.to.for music, games and films they sound incredible.


How you doing mate, don't see you around very often?
MrSwitch03/12/2019 20:47

How you doing mate, don't see you around very often?


Good mate, crazy busy year at work, not had much time for arguing with people on hukd

These Sonys are superb. Only ones I've heard with better sound are Senheisser Momentum true wireless but they don't have ANC
Keith_Moon03/12/2019 20:50

Good mate, crazy busy year at work, not had much time for arguing with …Good mate, crazy busy year at work, not had much time for arguing with people on hukd These Sonys are superb. Only ones I've heard with better sound are Senheisser Momentum true wireless but they don't have ANC


Good to hear, and yeah try not to be a stranger, I always have a laugh when you prove someone wrong
MrSwitch03/12/2019 20:51

Good to hear, and yeah try not to be a stranger, I always have a laugh …Good to hear, and yeah try not to be a stranger, I always have a laugh when you prove someone wrong


Breaking up for Xmas early this year, so I'll be on here for a good old Xmas sesh!
Keith_Moon03/12/2019 20:53

Breaking up for Xmas early this year, so I'll be on here for … Breaking up for Xmas early this year, so I'll be on here for a good old Xmas sesh!


Gooood
One other good feature of these is the constant flashing blue light that stays on when using them reduces the risk of any low flying aircraft from accidentally crashing your head...
Audio lag when watching video is noticeable, didn't buy these based on my test in the Dixon's travel shop.

Plex, YouTube, any video since it doesn't support apt x codec. Great for audio and anc.
£219 when I clock through the link. balls.
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