Promising “Only music, nothing else,” Sony comes through loud and clear with the WF-1000XM3. This fully wireless design boasts industry-leading noise-canceling powered by Sony’s proprietary HD Noise Canceling Processor QN1e. Products like these are what Sony is famous for. With these ear buds, form meets function with a wealth of features and up to 24 total hours of battery life to power it all. Dual Noise Sensor Technology means two microphones — one feed-forward and one feed-back — on the surface of the headphones catch more of the ambient sounds from your surroundings, whether it’s in-flight noise, city traffic or even office chatter. Having caught the ambient sound, the dedicated HD Noise-Canceling Processor gets to work. It not only cancels significantly more noise across almost all frequencies but also uses less power. Packed with advanced audio technology, these little guys not only deliver noise-free listening but also offer breathtaking sound quality and optimized antenna design to ensure wider Bluetooth coverage, helping keep the signal strong for uninterrupted streaming; Sony.com.
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