Sony 索尼 WH1000XM3 无线蓝牙降噪耳机，带有耳麦，可用于通话和Alexa语音控制-业界领先的主动降噪
- 触摸控件：控制音乐曲目和音量，激活语音助手并接听电话电池寿命长：一次充电可提供长达30小时的播放时间，可确保全天收听佩戴舒适：符合人体工程学设计的可折叠耳机，方便旅行/聆听，支持的音频格式-Sbc，Aac，aptX，aptX HD，Ldac，支持的内容保护-Scms-T包装盒中：可折叠耳机，手提箱，充电线和音频线，用于有线连接
索尼领先行业的降噪技术不断发展，能让您进一步沉浸在音乐中。添加索尼特殊的高清降噪处理器Qn1可完美消除您周围的噪声。全天聆听，长达30小时的电池续航时间。快速充电，仅需10分钟即可播放五个小时。蓝牙范围：30英尺（约9.14米）。频率响应：4 Hz-40,000 Hz。
通过SENSE ENGINE传感器检测您的活动状态并切换至预设的环境声或降噪方案，实现智能聆听。使用Sony | Headphones Connect APP轻触“自适应声音控制”来开启。
DSEE HX (数位音质还原技术) 可让您将解析度低的歌曲升级为接近高解析度的音质。这项技术还能微调并修复高度压缩的MP3 与AAC 档案，为您呈现强而有力、如临现场的各种音讯。
LDAC可传输约3倍于普通的Bluetooth的数据（在最高990kbps的传输速度下），让你在无线情况下欣赏Hi-Res Audio音乐时，可以聆听到接近Hi-Res Audio的音质。
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After charging for a couple of hours I paired them to my phone and went to my headphone test playlist on Spotify. My main complaint with the previous Sony model's sound was that they had very little soundstage (defined as perceived distance between your ears and the music) and little definition (defined as the clarity and separation of the various instruments in a piece of music). The M3 sounded better than the previous Sony’s and better than the Bose, but the highs appeared to be quite subdued and overwhelmed by the bass. This was disappointing.
But, Sony has a phone app that allows for EQ so I go download the app. Frustration. The app did not recognize the MK3. Patience. I figure that Sony has not updated the app yet. So I wait a day and see that the Sony app has automatically updated on my phone. I open and hurray! It is recognizing the MK3 now. Now I can play with EQ: -1 on 400 Hz. +1 on 1K. +2 on 2.5K. +3 on 6K. +4 on 16K and “Clear Bass” remains at 0. Play music and now were talking! I’m not going to say that these sound nearly as good as most of my wired headphones, but for everyday-on-the-go-beat-them-up-with-ANC these are exciting. They blow the Bose away. The Bowers and Wilkins PX which weigh about three times more than the Sony’s have decent BT sound when the ANC is off but the sound changes considerably and not for the better when you apply one of three ANC modes. They PX is OK for about an hour of no ANC listening while sitting at home, but after that my ears and the top of my head hurt.
The noise cancellation of the Sony is a generation ahead of Bose. There, I said it. Most reviewers crown the Bose as the best ANC you can get. Well, Sony has just showed Bose that they are the new big boy on the block. I did some A/B comparisons with both headphones and realized that the Sony not only cancels steady noise like jet engines or the sound of the air conditioning intake in my condo, but it does a great job of virtually eliminating all other sounds, including television voices and even other people, as my wife can attest to when she had to stand in front of me and wave her hands to get my attention because I could not hear her talking (so, if you want to block out your wife’s talking… LOL!). And this is without even messing with the settings in the app. Others reviewer here have not had the same experience, stating that it does not cancel voices. I frankly did not expect it to cancel voices, but I must say that the Sony comes as close as anything I have ever not heard.
So, if you want very comfortable headphones with the best sound and Active Noise Cancelling that you can expect with wireless Bluetooth in 2018 get these. They will not sound as good as wired closed back or open back headphones, but “you can’t always get what you want”, “nothing is perfect”, and “everybody is different”.
In addition to the Sony WH-1000XM3 during this review period I used:
Bose QC 35 II
Bowers & Wilkins PX
Bang and Olufsen H6 (wired)
Sennheiser HD650 (wired)
AKG 7KXX (wired)
Flac files on phone and desktop computer
UPDATE 2018-09-21: I did experience an issue with phone calls where people at the other end were hearing an echo of their voice. I tested the headphones with three different phones and the problem occurred with all three. So I replaced them through Amazon. I am glad to say that the new pair does not have the issue. After some tests with phone calls I will say that Sony still needs to do some work on the call quality at the other end of the call (the call sounds fine in the Sony itself). In this regard, the Bose QC 35 is better. I think the call quality is really with the sound processing that Sony has implemented and not the hardware. Hopefully this will be improved in future firmware upgrades. Another minor con that the Bose handles better is the support for multiple BT sources. But this is a minor annoyance and I only use the Sony's for my phone anyway, so I am not constantly switching sources. Small price to pay for better ANC and musical sound.
The headband is covered in leather and has more Patty. I have not heard of any cracking issues, and the headband feels slightly stronger to me. Also, the swivel pointst feel stronger as well.
UPDATE: After three months trying to get an answer, I'm told that the headphones are not supposed to work with laptops or desktops. Huh. That's funny. When I read their ad copy on this page, it didn't say WILL NOT WORK WITH DESKTOP OR LAPTOP COMPUTERS (It's still not there.) Also, you'd think the design would be a little more sleek if they were intended to only be used by people with phones. I can't imagine anyone running or biking with these on.
This is pathetic and unacceptable. I want to return these but more than 30 days passed beforeI found out that this was not a bug and not a feature. If this was an Apple product, there would be several class action lawsuits and stories all over the internet.
(also, what that rep said about bluetooth was utter b.s. It doesn't work that way.)
UPDATE UPDATE: I read on the Sony site that the company was replacing these headphones with ones that worked if you called support and gave them the serial number. So like a fool I called support. After several minutes, the person on the line came back and tried to lead me through rudimentary troubleshooting (which I've been doing since November [see above]) and then he went away and came back and said there must be something wrong with my laptop, and then when I pointed out that people have had this same problem on different laptops and desktops, he said, and I kid you not, that the headphones are NOT GUARANTEED TO WORK WITH THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS, and when I pointed out that wireless headphones are pretty useless if you can't connect them to a third party product, he said that Sony has NO RECORD OF EVER SEEING THIS PROBLEM. This particular support person also had the very annoying verbal tic of beginning each of his sentences with "actually," followed by something that wasn't true.
This product should not be for sale.
May 12, 2019 Update: Got tired of waiting for a fix. Bought new headphones. Cheated out of $350.