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The iconic Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones now come in stylish earbuds, and we’re taking notice. The Sony WF-1000XM Noise-Canceling Wireless Earbuds have the same stellar output as their over-the-ear big brother. And they’re on sale for $178, or $52 off at Amazon.
In fact, these earbuds are so popular that they’ve earned a flawless five-star rating from 3,550 reviewers.
Plus, get free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime. Not a member? Sign up for a free 30-day trial. Otherwise, shipping is free on orders of $25 or more.
Usually going for $230, the Sony true wireless earbuds sync via Bluetooth to your phone and laptop. They can also sync to more than one device at a time. That’s something even the over-the-ear headphones can’t do.
“Pairing is actually better than the AirPods,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “I use these earbuds both with Apple devices (iPod, iPhone), as well as with a generic Bluetooth transmitter connected to my TV. The Sony earbuds connect instantly.”
The Sony WF-1000XM3 boast a whopping 24 hours of battery life with their charging case, as well as an additional 90 minutes of playback on just a 10-minute quick charge. This comes in handy when you just need to listen to an episode of your favorite podcast or make a dent in a playlist on a time crunch, but don’t have a lot of time to charge up your buds.
“In terms of sound quality and noise-canceling, I find it to be excellent,” added a satisfied Amazon shopper. “My music library consists of mostly hip-hop and lo-fi music and these have great bass without being overly boomy nor too tight. There is definitely a punch you will feel greater than the AirPods.”
“Amazing wireless earbuds,” shared another five-star reviewer. “The sound quality that comes out of these small ear pieces is beyond phenomenal. The crispness and clarity blows my mind.”
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