WH-1000XM3 headphones take you even deeper into silence with further improvements to industry-leading noise cancellation, and smart listening that adjusts to your situation.
Introducing the Sony WH-1000XM3 premium wireless noise cancelling bluetooth headphones, packed with intelligent technology and clever design to give you the ultimate listening experience on-the-go.
Sony's pioneering noise-cancelling technology is taken to the next level in the WH 1000XM3 with the introduction of the QN1 processor. This processor boosts the range of frequencies from which noise-cancellation occurs, giving you greater control over the sounds you block out you want to while listening to your music. It's never been easier to completely immerse yourself in sound, taking the bustle out of travel and commuting.
The battery life of the 1000XM3 is an incredible 30 hours, so you don't need to worry about constantly charging your headphones and can head out on long journeys with confidence of battery not running out. If you do run low on battery, the improved quick charge functionality gives you 5 hours of playback time from just 10 minutes charging - so even if you do run out, you'll have your headphones back up and running in no time.
An improved lightweight design features deeper and softer ear pads, making the 1000X MK3 headphones even more comfortable.
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