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7 days ago*
If you are looking for noise reduction function then this product is not for you. The connection is not the best either. Otherwise is + Good sound quality and level + Very good battery life + Nice in the head + The microphone works okay during calls I bought for 1790 but I think it should be around SEK 1290. Just so you know! - The design and appearance are acceptable Good luck with the purchase!
*Edited 7 days

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5 months ago*
+ Good sound with good bass + Good price Discard microphone when connected to windows PC, otherwise acceptable - Poor noise reduction - Bad bluetooth software, you must first disconnect from e.g. phone to then be able to use on the computer (so you can not do anything on headphones)
*Edited 2 months

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3 months ago
+ Good sound and bass. - Bad mic. If you want to use them to make calls, people will not hear you - A little annoying that with the iPhone you have to agree on two volume controls, the phone's own and the headphones, do not know how it is with other mobiles.

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3 months ago*
The headphones deliver a good sound and I feel that the range for bluetooth is very good. USB-C is a plus as well. These headphones should absolutely NOT be bought if you are looking for noise reduction. Compared to the MDR-1000X and WH-1000XM3, the noise reduction is a joke. When it comes to Sony's wireless headphones, it seems like a lottery if you get a copy with a useful microphone. I was lucky enough to get a good one, so for me it is absolutely no problem to use the headphones as a headset. Grade: Should I rate the headphones and ignore the fact that they are marketed as noise-reducing, it will be 9/10. If I had bought these headphones and expected to get a pair of headphones with noise reduction, it would probably have been a 5/10. The final grade will be a weighting of these two: 7/10 If you come from MDR-1000X, 1000XM2, 1000XM2, QC35 (and the like) and are looking for noise reduction, you will probably be disappointed with the purchase regardless of price. I got them for SEK 999 during Black Week and for that price it is a clear buying recommendation (IF you do not care about noise reduction)!
*Edited 3 months

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4 months ago
Good sound, very bass. The noise reduction works but it eliminates far from all noise. Awesome battery life!

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8 months ago*
Love the heavy bass sound and the features like touch controls and customizable button which I use for changing ANC levels. However, the ANC is quite poor. Update: the mic does not work well on MS Teams call from laptop, my voice is barely audible. Not tested on phone call yet. Comfort wise it's ok, but I like my Bose QC35 better for longer listening. I got it on sale for almost half it's RRP, so kot gonna complain much.
*Edited 5 months

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6 months ago
Do your job, aduofil

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7 months ago
Very good sound and likes that you can change the song and adjust the volume by dragging your finger on one of the headphone covers. If you hold your hand on the headphone, all sound is let in outside, good if someone says something, you do not have to take off the headphones to be able to hear. Have a pair of Bose qc35 watches with cord and they have better noise reduction but the sound in the Sony headphones is incredibly much better as night and day. ANC works well but on the next flight I will take my bose tricks. For SEK 1290, it is a really good buy.

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8 months ago*
Good sound and very nice MEN. 1: Noise reduction is the right cash. No major difference on or off. 2. Only one gadget can be connected at a time. Connects very quickly to the latest gadget it was connected to, so if you want to change you have to switch off bluetooth on all other gadgets. 3. My biggest problem is that My Samsung TV loses the pairing with the headphones looking as tight! Must then pair about them and it takes an eternity with restarting both the kids and the TV. Incredibly frustrating! Never happened to my JBL or Bose - kids .. Maybe got a Monday ex.
*Edited 8 months

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9 months ago
Very nice and full sound, if you will. Love the sound in these! + Good opportunities to set how you want it to sound with EQ. + Maintains very stable connection throughout the day. + Lightweight and comfortable, even on a person with a bigger head. + Does not get particularly warm around the ears. + Stylish and discreet in matte black + charging with usb-c + lots of headphones for the money - not super active noise reduction

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