Sony WH-CH720N wireless headphones review (2023)

The WH-CH720N are Sony's latest alphabet soup wireless noise-canceling headphones. The CH-series is Sony's mid-range offering with a balanced feature set that sits under the more premium 1000X series and alongside more specialized models like the XB extra bass series.

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The CH720N sits at the top of that range with a fairly broad feature set that makes it essentially a lite version of the 1000XM5. You get Sony's active noise-cancellation along with a claimed 'balanced' tuning for the sound, all powered by the dedicated Sony V1 processor, also found on the 1000XM5. Let's see how they perform.

Design and comfort

The CH720N have a fairly restrained, understated design that is typical of Sony products. They draw very little attention to themselves and had it not been for the fact that very few people now wear full-sized headphones outdoors no one would even give you a second glance. For a lot of people, this is a positive if all you want to do is listen to your music or podcasts in peace without drawing constant attention to yourself.

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The headphones have fairly large ear cups with a flattened outer surface. The yokes are large and designed to fit flush with the cutouts on the cups. The flat headband connects with a concealed hinge although the extension mechanism is exposed.

The left ear cup houses the power and pairing switch, charging port, and analog input. The right ear cup has the volume and playback buttons along with the toggle for ANC modes.

The body is made entirely out of plastic with a matte finish. It doesn't feel premium but at the same time is of perfectly acceptable quality. Sony claims the CH720N are its lightest overhead ANC headphones yet at 192g. Lightest doesn't necessarily mean light; you can still quite easily feel their weight and there was never a moment I forgot I was still wearing them.

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The earpads are reasonably soft and plush. There is about 2.5cm of room before your ears come in contact with the foam padding covering the driver enclosure. I found the space adequate for my ears, which wasn't the case with the shallower 1000XM5 earpads.

Like the more expensive 1000XM5, the CH720N don't fold inward but rather the earcups just swivel till they lie flat against your chest. This also means they take up more space inside your bag and there isn't a carry case provided with these. Considering the price difference, that's not a major issue but it would be nice if Sony went back to properly folding designs considering how many people buy these headphones specifically for travel use.

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Overall, the CH720N are reasonably well-built with an understated design and good comfort but the lack of folding is a hassle.

Software and features

The CH720N support the Sony Headphones Connect app on iOS and Android. This app has been a staple of Sony wireless products for several years now and has come to be quite a bit bloated off late.

For starters, it takes at least 17 clicks before you can reach the main page of the app after installing it because of the overwhelming number of configuration options the app dumps on your as soon as you launch it. Some on-screen prompts will also not go away unless you dig through the tutorial section to dismiss them. It's all becoming increasingly frustrating and it's baffling how no one at Sony sees it this way. Instead, they just keep throwing more things in the app with additional prompts when you first launch the app.

Status and System settings

Once you get through the setup chore, you are greeted with the same familiar UI that we have had for a while now. The Status page will show your currently playing track with playback controls and the Adaptive Sound Control menu, which adjusts ANC by tracking your movements and location.

The sound page has all the exciting options. The Ambient Sound Control menu lets you configure the ANC options, although this has now been limited to toggling between ANC, Ambient Sound (transparency mode), and Off. Sony did used to let you manually dial in the level of ANC you like but that has now been set to adjust automatically based on the ambient noise levels. The company likely figured out it can eke out a few more hours of battery life by adjusting it automatically instead of letting the user keep it maxed out at all times.

Sound settings

The equalizer option has a five-band EQ with a sixth Clear Bass dial and several presets with blank ones to save your custom values. The CH720N also support the 360 Reality Audio feature, which creates an HRTF map of your head and ears using the camera to create a personalized profile. This data is then used in apps that offer 360 Reality Audio content, which admittedly are few and far between.

Finally, you also get DSEE or Digital Sound Enhancement Engine. This feature aims to recover detail lost during compression although I've never actually heard any difference with it enabled. The CH720N only gets DSEE and not DSEE Extreme found on the 1000X series headphones. The difference is seemingly the use of AI on Extreme but even that one never produced an audible difference.

Other features on the CH720N include being able to connect to two devices at the same time (both can be managed through the app), being able to use a voice assistant with Amazon Alexa integration in the app, customizing the options you toggle through the ANC button, an automatic power off mode when the headphones have been idle for a certain amount of time (15/30/60/180 minutes), and ability to update the firmware.

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A useful feature missing on the CH720N is automatic pausing when the headphones are removed. While full-sized wireless headphones have historically shipped without this feature, Sony recently started adding it to its 1000X series headphones with the 1000XM4. You don't realize how much you miss it until it's gone. There were times I removed the headphones forgetting they wouldn't pause and they kept playing in the background for hours. At this point, it's fair to expect this feature even on full-sized headphones seeing how it's all but a given on TWS earbuds.

All processing on the CH720N is handled by Sony's Integrated Processor V1. It's the same chip also found on the more expensive 1000XM5, although that model also features a second QN1 processor dedicated to ANC. This, along with the two fewer microphones per earcup (2 versus 4 on the 1000XM5), is the reason for the CH720N having a lower advertised ANC performance over the 1000XM5.

The CH720N have a single 30mm dynamic driver per ear. These are the same size as the 1000XM5 drivers but they aren't the same drivers, with the 1000XM5 drivers having a wider frequency response and lower impedance. The CH720N also support only SBC and AAC codecs while the 1000XM5 also adds LDAC. Both support Bluetooth 5.2.

Overall, the CH720N have a good number of useful features but there are also several that don't add much value, and the companion app is in urgent need of trimming and streamlining to improve the setup experience.


Audio quality

The CH720N have decent audio quality. Sony describes them as having a balanced tuning, which is likely to distinguish them from its other offerings, more specifically the XB series.

Despite that, the CH720N still have a warm, bassy sound. Like most of Sony's headphones, there is a wide bass shelf, particularly in the mid-bass and upper-bass regions. Since most of the bass in music falls in this region, you get a pretty robust increase in low-frequency energy that adds a sizable thump and rumble to your tracks. It's not quite as extensive as on the XB series headphones and it also doesn't extend especially low so it feels less overwhelming and boomy in comparison. Still, the somewhat lumpy and dense quality of the bass does add a bit of congestion to the low frequencies.

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The mid-range does get some of this surplus energy coming in from the low-end and the lower mids do sound thicker than they should. There is a slight peakiness to the mid-mids, which adds a bit of honkiness to them and awkwardly projects them further into the mix for certain vocals. This does mess slightly with the timbre but by and large most voices and instruments sound natural.

Unfortunately, there is a definite issue with the upper mids leading into the treble. It seems Sony has either forgotten or chosen to ignore factoring in pinna gain into the tuning, as the upper mids sound rather deflated and lacking. Our head shape and outer ear influence how we hear the world around us and headphones effectively bypass all that, which is why they need to be tuned factoring in the impact of our head and ear shape. Without that, headphones will simply not sound natural, which is what's happening with the CH720N.

Without the 2-5kHz bump, vocals sound congested and dry, and the lower treble is dull and raspy, as most of the treble energy comes in further up in the frequency range. This adds to the somewhat dark tonality of the sound as most of the energy is coming from the low end without sufficient support from the top end.

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Having said that, the tuning isn't terrible and based on your choice of music can still be perfectly enjoyable, especially when you are outdoors and don't particularly care about sound quality. I also found it relatively easy to fix with EQ in the Sony app, even though it has a rather limited range of frequencies available.

As a side note, there is a noticeable difference in the tonality with ANC disabled. Bass frequencies, in particular, are less exaggerated with the ANC off, which does result in a slightly cleaner, tighter low-end presentation.

In terms of technical performance, the CH720N are nothing special. The resolution and detail are mediocre although that's more on the drivers than the codecs used as plugging in the bundled cable doesn't result in an appreciable improvement. Without the audio processing, the drivers sound particularly awful in wired mode, revealing once again how little effort goes into designing and tuning the drivers on Bluetooth headphones and how much work the onboard audio processing has to do to make them palatable. Imaging and soundstaging are also quite lackluster in wireless mode and in passive wired mode the headphones may as well be mono.


The CH720N have respectable microphone performance. Voices sound clean and intelligible with enough amplitude to not require you to shout to be heard. You still get that telltale Bluetooth compression and tonality isn't as natural as a good wired microphone but for the purposes of phone calls the quality here is perfectly acceptable.

Noise cancellation

The CH720N have very good active noise cancellation performance and improve significantly over their predecessors. The attenuation works well across a wide frequency range, which means you get good coverage across the spectrum for all types of ambient sounds. Low-frequency attenuation is particularly good but Sony has also excelled at mid and upper frequencies, something you often find lacking on products from other brands. I'm sure there is a measurable difference between the CH720N and the 1000XM5 cancellation but without a side-by-side comparison, even the cheaper model sounds good enough to not make you miss the flagship.

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The Ambient Sound or transparency mode also works well, although Sony does prioritize the intelligibility of the sounds over accuracy. As a result, the sound isn't exactly natural but you do hear everything around you well, which in most cases is what you are after. Also, unlike noise cancellation, you can adjust the level of transparency and also enable voice passthrough, which puts focus on voices while suppressing other frequencies.


The CH720N have good latency performance. For non-video tasks, the latency is low enough to not be a concern and many users will likely not even notice it. Video hasn't been a concern for a while as mobile operating systems will sync the video automatically to compensate for the delay.


The CH720N had excellent connectivity performance during testing. There were no issues with connection drops or hitches and stutters of any kind during testing. During normal operating conditions, the headphones should work reliably.

Battery Life

The CH720N have a rated continuous music playback time of 35 hours with ANC enabled and an impressive 50 hours with ANC disabled.

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In my testing, the CH720N played for 47 hours and 9 minutes with ANC enabled, which was a rather staggering result. I am used to Sony headphones routinely shooting past their rated battery figures but this is perhaps the largest discrepancy on record. And yes, ANC was double-checked to be enabled during the test.

I also tested battery life after a 10-minute charge from 0% and the headphones played for 5 hours 51 minutes with ANC, which is also a great result.

While I didn't test it, DSEE is known to consume additional battery power and significantly eat into the battery life figures. Also, all testing here was done using AAC but should also apply to SBC as they often have similar power consumption.


The WH-CH720N are priced at $150 but can be had for around $128 at the time of writing. Compared to the $400 1000XM5, I didn't feel like I was missing out on a lot. The 1000XM5 are better tuned and have better ANC but you can make up for the tuning with EQ and you'd be hardpressed to tell the ANC difference in most conditions. The 1000XM5 come with a case but neither headphone is foldable. The CH720N also have better battery life and I found them to be more comfortable.

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The prospect of getting the 1000XM5 for less than half the price is enticing. The price difference is even larger here in India, where the CH720N (INR 9,990) is a third of the price of the 1000XM5 (INR 29,990). Sony may have just made the CH720N a bit too good for its own good and I can't think of too many reasons to pick the 1000XM5 over these, especially if the only thing you are interested in is travel headphones. Considering both price and performance, the CH720N are the new benchmark for travel headphones.


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Sony WH-CH720N Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones

It won't protect you much from barking dogs or screaming babies, but it's great at dampening jet engines, traffic noise and other lower-frequency ambience. This works over and above the basic muffling you get from the headphones' earcups.

Are Sony CH720N good? ›

Sony WH-CH720N Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones

It won't protect you much from barking dogs or screaming babies, but it's great at dampening jet engines, traffic noise and other lower-frequency ambience. This works over and above the basic muffling you get from the headphones' earcups.

What is the quality of CH720N audio? ›

The sound of the CH720N is tuned to emphasize bass and treble, resulting in a pleasant listening experience. While they are not as bass-heavy as the XB series, they still provide ample attention to the lower frequencies without overpowering the overall sound.

Are Sony WH-CH720N foldable? ›

The right earcup has physical buttons for volume controls and toggling noise-cancellation and transparency. But one thing that annoyed me was that Sony's new over-ear headphones can't be folded. Instead of folding down, these headphones lay flat.

What is the lowest price of Sony WH-CH720N? ›

9,990. The lowest price of Sony WH-CH720N is Rs. 9,990 at

When did Sony WH-CH720N come out? ›

The WH-CH720N is available in black, blue, and white and will be available to purchase from March 2023 with a suggested retail price of £130 / €160.

When did Sony 720n come out? ›

Sony WH-CH720N headphones: Price and release date

The model was launched on the 21st of February 2023.

What's the best sound quality? ›

What is the best audio format for sound quality? The best audio formats for sound quality are uncompressed or lossless compression files—think WAV, FLAC, and M4A. That's because these formats retain the original sound quality, though you'll have to put up with the fact these files will be large.

What is audiophile level sound quality? ›

What is audiophile sound quality? This is what most people think of when it comes to sound quality. High-end listening systems are always full-range, meaning they're capable of reproducing sounds from 20 to 20,000 Hz (the range of human hearing) or more.

What is audiophile sound quality? ›

An audiophile is a person who loves listening to high-quality sound from a stereo or home theater. Audiophile-grade recordings and equipment are designed to reproduce music without distortion or coloration.

Why is my WH CH720N noise-cancelling not working? ›

Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo HeadsetWH-CH720N

You may be able to resolve some issues by charging the headset battery. Restart the device that is being connected to the headset. You may be able to resolve some issues by restarting the device being connected such as your computer or smartphone. Reset the headset.

What does WH stand for in Sony headphones? ›

Sony acronyms for Bluetooth
AcronymDefinitionType of product
WHWireless HeadbandBluetooth headset
WIWireless In-EarBluetooth In-ears
WFTrue WirelessIn-ears and no neckband (100% wireless)
Apr 29, 2020

Does Sony WH ch710 leak sound? ›

These headphones have a good leakage performance. They don't leak a lot of sound, and the leakage isn't very loud, so even if you're listening to audio at high volumes, your music is unlikely to bother people sitting near you at the office.

What is the highest price of Sony headset? ›

This list contains 229 Most Expensive Sony Headphones And Earphones Under ₹45,000 in India. This price list was last updated on May 03, 2023.
Most Expensive Sony Headphones And Earphones Under ₹45,000.
Headphone And EarphonePriceAvailable From
Sony WF-1000XM5 True Wireless Earbuds₹34,990Upcoming
Sony PS5 True Wireless Earbuds₹29,999Upcoming
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How much are Sony WH-1000XM4 cheap? ›

Product information. Lowest price for Sony WH-1000XM4 is $296.99. This is currently the cheapest offer among 21 stores.

What is the price of Sony WI 1000X? ›

Sony WI-1000X Bluetooth Headset with Mic price in India starts from ₹6,344.

What are the next Sony headphones 2023? ›

One of the most anticipated new wireless earbuds of 2023 is the Sony WF-1000XM5. It's the successor to the XM4, which earned a CNET Editors' Choice award when it was released in 2021.

What are the newest Sony headphones? ›

The WH-CH720N are wireless, over-ear headphones that include Sony's Integrated Processor V1 chip, found in the WH-1000XM5. The V1 chip is Sony's latest in providing headphones with improved noise-canceling and processing capabilities.

What year did Sony WH-1000XM4 come out? ›

The WH-1000XM4 launched in August 2020, two years after the XM3. The headphones were prices at $349 / £349 / €379 at launch.

When did Sony WH-1000XM4 come out? ›

August 2020

When did Sony WH 1000xm come out? ›

On May 20, 2022, Sony released its latest over-ear headphones, the WH-1000XM5. At launch, these came in at $399. Truth be told, they're a cracking pair of headphones. However, compared to other versions released in the past, they come with a pretty inflated price tag.

What is the clearest way to listen to music? ›

If sound quality is your top priority, your best bet is to listen to vinyl records through high-fidelity headphones. This way, you'll experience the most accurate depiction of the waveform through a truly immersive channel that gives you the full experience of a stereo mix.

What is the best audio quality in the world? ›

Both WAV files and AIFF files represent the highest quality possible in the audio world – they are the files of choice for any mixing or mastering engineer looking to retain the highest quality possible. AIFF files were developed by Apple but also play on the Window's OS.

What music do audiophiles listen to? ›

Audiophiles play music from a variety of sources including phonograph records, compact discs (CDs), and digital audio files that are either uncompressed or are losslessly compressed, such as FLAC, DSD, Windows Media Audio 9 Lossless and Apple Lossless (ALAC), in contrast to lossy compression, such as in MP3 encoding.

What volume do most people listen to music? ›

However, average audio devices have a sound level ranging from 75 to 136 dB. Typically, most listeners maintain the sound levels at around 75 dB to 105 dB when listening to audio.

What percentage of people are audiophiles? ›

Only a few years back, the CTA also looked at the demography of audio and found that about 14% of listeners considered themselves audiophiles.

What are the signs of an audiophile? ›

Audiophiles are an exceptional breed of people who are fascinated by pure audio, motivated by sound quality and addicted to audio gadgets. Audiophiles take their passion for music one step further. They're curious about how songs are recorded and the science behind how sounds are reproduced.

Do audiophiles actually like music? ›

Music lovers use audio gear to listen to music, while audiophiles use music to listen to their audio gear. But that doesn't mean they don't enjoy the music! I sure do. The equipment is the instrument that plays the song, so in a way you are always listening to the equipment.

Do audiophiles listen to gear not music? ›

Audiophiles are defined by the gear rather than by the music itself. The pursuit of ultimate sound reproduction is the domain of the audiophile. Toe-tapping music listeners who are happy listening to a tiny Bluetooth speaker need not apply for their audiophile card.

Why can I still hear with noise Cancelling Sony headphones? ›

Noise-cancelling technology cannot completely isolate sound due to the air trapped between your audio device and eardrum. However, the air is important for you to be able to hear music. Suppose you were able to remove the trapped air, the net effect is silence, no matter what volume your music is on.

Why can I still hear with noise Cancelling headphones? ›

The combination of both active and passive noise reduction technologies in your headphones is desgined to block out most sounds but may not block out everything. You may still hear higher pitched sounds like sirens and even human voices, although the volume of these sounds should be dramatically reduced.

Why are my Sony headphones not noise Cancelling anymore? ›

Make sure that Adaptive Sound Control is turned off.

Check the Adaptive Sound Control settings on the Sony | Headphones Connect app. If Adaptive Sound Control is on, the effects of noise canceling may become weak.

Why are Sony headphones better? ›

Sony vs Bose

In comparison, Sony headphones usually offer more robust sound customization features, including 360 Reality Audio, and tend to have more bass-heavy sound profiles. Their lineup is large too, and there's something for everyone at each price point.

What is the price of Sony WH headphone? ›

The lowest price of Sony WH-XB910N Wireless Headphones is ₹ 10,989 at Amazon on 5th May 2023.

Can I wear my Sony headphones in the rain? ›

The headset is not waterproof. If water or foreign matter enters the headset, it may result in fire or electric shock. If water or foreign matter enters the headset, stop use immediately and consult your nearest Sony dealer.

How long do Sony WH CH700N last? ›

Keep your music playing all day. A built-in Li-ion battery delivers up to 35 hours of power (depending on your music settings) and is rechargeable via USB. Quick Charging gives 60 mins of play back from 10 minutes of charge.

How can I make my Sony WH CH710N sound better? ›

Turn down the volume of the connected device if it is too loud. Keep the headset away from a microwave oven, wireless LAN device, etc. Bring the headset closer to the Bluetooth device.

Is Sony better than Bose? ›

Sound quality is subjective here, but Sony headphones also tend to sound better overall compared to Bose headphones. With this in mind, the clear winner is Sony.

Which brand is best in wireless headphones? ›

Best Headphones & Headset Brands
  • Sony Headphones & Headsets.
  • Apple Headphones & Headsets.
  • Sennheiser Headphones & Headsets.
  • JBL Headphones & Headsets.
  • Beats Headphones & Headsets.
  • iBall Headphones & Headsets.
  • Bose Headphones & Headsets.
  • Logitech Headphones & Headsets.

Is there anything better than WF-1000XM4? ›

The AirPods Pro (2nd gen) will sound better to most listeners than the WF-1000XM4, but with the Sony you can customize the sound in the app. If you thought sound might differentiate the AirPods Pro (2nd generation) and the WF-1000XM4 most acutely, you'd be surprised by our test results. Both sets of buds sound good.

What headphones are better than 1000XM4? ›

If you're looking for some alternatives, there are plenty of other headphones to choose from. The newer flagship Sony headphones, the Sony WH-1000XM5, is an obvious choice here. It has superior noise cancelling, improved battery life, and sounds better than the Sony WH-1000XM4.

Is Sony 1000XM4 discontinued? ›

WH-1000XM4: Price and availability. Sony will not be discontinuing the WH-1000XM4 headphones. Instead, they'll maintain a $349/AU$395 price tag (in Australia, they launched with a price tag of AU$549) and be available for purchase alongside the WH-1000XM5.

What is the difference between Sony WI 1000X and WH 1000XM3? ›

Our Verdict. The Sony WI-1000X Wireless and the Sony WF-1000XM3 Truly Wireless are both versatile noise cancelling in-ears, although the WI-1000X have a slight edge. Thanks to their neckband design, their controls are easier-to-use, their battery lasts longer on a charge, and they have much better noise cancelling.

What is the highest price of Sony Bluetooth headset? ›

Sony Bluetooth Headsets Price in India
Best Sony Bluetooth Headsets ModelsPrice
Sony WF-C700N Bluetooth Headset₹9860
Sony WI-C100 Bluetooth Headset₹1399
Sony WH-CH720N Bluetooth Headset₹9990
Sony WF-LS900N Bluetooth Headset₹16990
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What is the price range of Sony WH 1000XM3? ›

Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Headphones price in India starts from ₹ 23,990. The lowest price of Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Headphones is ₹ 23,990 at Croma on 1st May 2023.

Do Sony headphones have good quality? ›

Most of their models deliver reliable sound quality with either more bass-heavy or neutral-sounding options to choose from. Their best-performing headphones come at a premium price, as their cheaper models can be hit-or-miss.

Does Sony make good headsets? ›

Sony makes some of the best headphones on the planet right now, so its wares should be high on your list. Whether you're after in-ear, on-ear, wireless or noise-cancelling headphones, there's a pair of Sony's for you.

How good is Sony ANC? ›

The Sony are over-ear headphones with ANC and have a much better noise isolation performance. Their sound profile is more bass-heavy, which some may prefer, and their app has sound customization features. They also have longer continuous battery life. On the other hand, the Apple are much more compact earbuds.

Do Sony LinkBuds fall out? ›

If the ear fitting supporters are not placed correctly in the ear grooves, the LinkBuds can easily fall out.

Does Sony or JBL have better headphones? ›

Our Verdict. The JBL T450BT Wireless are better on-ear headphones than the Sony WH-CH500 Wireless. They have a similar cheap feeling, but they sound better and leak less, so you can raise the volume during loud commutes.

Why is my WH CH720N noise Cancelling not working? ›

Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo HeadsetWH-CH720N

You may be able to resolve some issues by charging the headset battery. Restart the device that is being connected to the headset. You may be able to resolve some issues by restarting the device being connected such as your computer or smartphone. Reset the headset.

Which is the number one company headset? ›

Here are the List of Best Popular Headphones in India (18th April 2023)
Headphones & HeadsetsPrice in India
Sony WH-XB900N Wireless Headphones₹ 14,990
JBL E45BT Wireless Headphones₹ 3,651
Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Headphones₹ 19,990
Beats Pro Wired Headphones₹ 33,300
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Why are ANC headphones so expensive? ›

Generally speaking, noise cancelling headphones are more expensive than their non-noise cancelling counterparts. That's because more components are packed into ANC cans, like extra microphones, to enable the technology.

How long does Sony noise Cancelling headphones last? ›

Communication time
Noise canceling function/Ambient Sound ModeAvailable operating time
Noise canceling function: ONMax. 24 hours
Ambient Sound Mode: ONMax. 18 hours
OFFMax. 30 hours

How many years do Sony Bluetooth headphones last? ›

The longevity of Sony headphones depends on how well you take care of them. Many people who had Sony headphones over the years usually last up to six years. For wireless Sony headphones, you can get around two years of life before the battery starts draining faster.

Can I wear my Sony earbuds in the shower? ›

Do not use or store the headphones or earbuds near water sources (e.g. bathroom or kitchen sink, bathtub, shower, pool, etc.). If you use the device near water, moisture may develop and cause damage or malfunction to the device.


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