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索尼 Sony WH-1000XM3 无线降噪立体声耳机 （30小时续航，快速充电，手势控制，环绕声模式）
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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Aesthetically, I prefer how the Bose looks, but then again I purchased this for the audio and noise-cancelling properties, not how it looks. The touch controls on the right earpiece took a bit to get used to, but quickly became second nature.
Being able to charge via USB-C is a plus as someone who has a Galaxy S8 and a Nintendo Switch, as I can use the same cable. It also lets you charge the headphones via Quick Charge. While I can't speak to it's longevity, the headphones seem to be high quality, and I don't notice any discernible issue with the headband - something that I understand the previous models suffered from.
Overall, I am extremely impressed by the WH1000XM3, and it will easily become my every day carry headphones.
I will say by impressions after using them for a few days compared to the M2:
-WAY better design, more comfy, lighter weight, more padding on top, better larger earcups and overall quality seems better than the M2. The changes are subtle but if you look closely you will see them.
-Battery life is incredible on both M2 and M3 but now with USBC its even a better experience. I literally put them on the charger for like 15 or 20 minutes and they were at 90%. Sony states that a 10 min charge will get 5 hours of playback.
-Sony claims that the noise reduction is 4x better than before. This is where I think I disagree. the M2's had exceptional ANC and these are much the same. You can still hear things going on around you with ANC on and its certainly not 4x better than before. The one area I notice is better is when you cup your hand over the right ear to allow the external microphones to let in noise going on around you, its not as loud and hissy as it was on the M2. IT still lets in the external sound but in a MUCH cleaner way without all the blown out noise around it. Well Done.
-I constantly read on how the M2's and M3's are terrible for use making phone calls. Reviewers mentioned how people complained of echos, terrible mic quality etc,. I was expecting the worst. I called my wife yesterday while she was in her car to try this out for the first time on a call. We spoke for about 20 minutes. She said that my voice was loud and clear and she would not have known I wasn't speaking directly into my phone, but rather the headset. She was in her car which usually would make it even worse so I was nicely surprised. I could hear her well on my end via the M3s so was happy there. I wonder whether this was fixed in these new gen M3s as my call experience was fantastic. My wife usually hates when I call her from a speakerphone etc and often complains that I need to speak into the phone etc so for the M3 to pass her test was pretty incredible.
-I am Happy they finally made a carry case that fits the headphones AND the cables that come with it.....M2 was stupid that only the headphones fit in the case but none of the cords....lol.....really?
-The Sony App is the key here too in that is allows for great customization of the sound on the M3 so i highly recommend using it. THe strange thing is that it supports super high quality sound like LDAC but if you make any change via the app to the EQ settings etc it makes you default to lesser quality codec......weird.....not sure why.
-I have heard some people say they are a bit Bass heavy but really with the app you can tailor however you like. That said i like bass and man these things can put out in a clean way where the bass isnt distracting at all. THese are very clean headphones and the sound to me is better than Bose QC35.......
All in all, very happy with them and i presume over time Sony will keep pushing updates to them via the app. For instance now they allow Google Assistant and Siri. Ive been using Google assistant on them and its pretty great albeit with a bit of latency to the responses.
Let's not forget how great it is to have touch gestures built into the right earcup too. Man I can't imagine not being able to do this now on every headphone. It's kinda like when your on a buddy's PC and you go to swipe or pinch the screen only to find their PC isn't touchscreen. Lol. Yeah the m3 is that cool. Love using gestures for volume, play, pause, skip, activating Google assistant etc.
All in all these are a great experience. Hope this helps if you are on the fence.
Sony is optimized for music listening. It makes you feel you are sitting inside the orchestra, or as if you are the conductor. If the recording is high quality, you hear every detail and you breathe with the musicians. (Default setting is too bassy, but if you decrease the "clear bass" on the equalizer screen in the app, it becomes better.)
Bose, on the other hand, does not immerse you in the music. You feel like sitting among audience, you are not the conductor. You can put a mental distance between you and the music, so that you can concentrate on other things while listening music. Don't get me wrong, the sound is still high quality. And it let's you work.
Sony's "ambient sound control" is very impressive and innovative. Previous to testing it, I did not understand what they are doing from the advertisements and from other reviews. I thought they just let you control the level of noise cancelling, like Bose does. What they actually do is a kind of "anti-noise-cancelling". When you want to hear your surrounding while listening music, you turn surrounding noise on, and the headphone amplifies the surrounding noise for you, blending it with the music. You can put a human voice filter to this amplified surrounding noise so that you hear people but not other low-pitch sounds. They simply cancel out both active and passive noise canceling when you use this feature. You hear people as if you are not wearing any headphones. Isn't that the coolest thing? I can still be around, conversing with people while listening music privately. One thing they can improve in this feature is that I actually want to amplify human sound around me more than the natural levels. It is because I am hearing the music but other people don't, so they don't talk as loudly as they would if they heard the music. Even if I hear them at the same level, I still need to turn the music down to understand them.
If you are walking and listening music, forget Sony. You will hear your steps as "thud"s, 3 times louder than Bose. If you will make a phone call or a conference call on your computer, again forget Sony. Its mic is surprisingly horrible. People won't hear you. I wonder if that can be fixed with a new firmware.
The touch controls on Sony is brilliant, works very nice. I can skip a song in a second, with swipe of a finger. With Bose, I have to search for that multi-function button every time with my right thumb and double click on it. Takes about 5 seconds.
The main reason I prefer Bose is because its ear cups are bigger and deeper. Sony hurts my ears after an hour. I am fine indefinitely with Bose. But my wife is comfortable with both of them. She may have smaller ears than me.
The main reason my wife decided to keep Sony is because it has much better noise cancellation; she does not get distracted while working.
From this review I learned that there is no one ideal headphone to get. Sony can improve by making ear cups wider and deeper, working on that thud sound, and using a decent microphone. Bose can improve by copying the touch controls. Even though its sound quality is inferior, I prefer that while I am working. Do you want to feel like in the studio every time you listen to music? I don't.
One last note .. Sony says it supports aptX low latency codec so that you can use it for watching tv and hearing sounds synchronized with people's lip movements. Bose does not support that. But I have to admit that I don't notice any latency when watching Netflix on my phone with Bose. Maybe that is not very important, or there is something specific to tv that I don't know.