Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Industry Leading Noise Cancellation Headphones with Alexa (Black)
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Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Industry Leading Noise Cancellation Headphones with Alexa (Black)

(2 customer reviews)

29,990.00 19,970.00

Gadgets 360 noise cancellingSwivel foldable structure

Brand Sony
Model WH-1000XM3
Model Name WH-1000XM3
Item Weight 254 g
Product Dimensions 18.5 x 7.7 x 25.2 cm
Batteries: 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
Item model number WH-1000XM3
Compatible Devices Mobile (IOS, Android, others), Tablets, Laptops, and all bluetooth devices
Additional Features Noise cancelling, Google assistant and Alexa enabled, Volume and call controls through fingertip tapping
Included Components Operating Instruction 1U, Instruction Manual 1U, Reference Guide 1U, In-Flight Adaptor 1U, USB Cable 1U, Carrying Case 1U, 3.5mm Aux Cable 1U
Number Of Items 1
Microphone Form Factor With Microphone
Headphones Form Factor Over Ear
Battery Average Life 30 Hours
Batteries Included Yes
Batteries Required Yes
Battery Cell Composition Lithium Ion
Connector Type Bluetooth, Wired, NFC

ONLY MUSIC. NOTHING ELSE.

WH-1000XM3 headphones take you even deeper into silence with further improvements to our industry-leading noise cancellation, and smart listening that adjusts to your situation.

2 reviews for Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Industry Leading Noise Cancellation Headphones with Alexa (Black)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Good product

  2. 5 out of 5

    Good ANC headphones
    I bought these primarily for long-haul flights, but they’ve proven to be good commuter headphones as well. They are comfortable, have excellent noise cancelling and sound quality is very good. Once you memorise the touch gestures, they are easy to control. My one complaint would be about the battery charging, apart from the pathetically short USB-C cable that is supplied (easily fixed) – the red LED comes on as a steady light when it’s charging and turns off when fully charged. If charging is interrupted for some reason, the LED will turn off, so there’s no distinction between a full battery charge and a faulty charging device. It would be better to have a blinking LED while charging and steady light when fully charged and still connected to the charging device. That way there’s no ambiguity. Other than that, an excellent product that I would recommend to anyone in the market for top-shelf headphones.

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