popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online
popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online__right
popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online__left
popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online__after
popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online__below
popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online__front

Brand
Sony
Color
Black
Connectivity Technology
Wireless
Model Name
WF1000XM4/B
Form Factor
In Ear

  • Headphone

  • WF-1000XM4

    Your Sound. Nothing Else.

    Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly Wireless Headphones with Alexa Built-In

    Industry-leading Digital Noise Cancellation

    Everything in the WF-1000XM4 headphones has been redesigned. Our new Integrated Processor V1, specially developed by Sony, that cancels more noise than ever, a new driver with more performance, newly designed noise sensing microphones, & innovative Noise Isolation Earbud Tips with a more stable fit.

    New Integrated Processor V1 devoloped by Sony

    Our new Integrated Processor V1 takes the noise canceling performance of our acclaimed QN1e chip and goes even further. Improved noise canceling performance and Bluetooth ‘System on Chip’ technology delivers the industry’s highest level of noise canceling yet uses less power.

    Crystal-clear call quality

    Precise Voice Pickup Technology implemented in WF-1000XM4 controls the four microphones built into the headphones optimally and performs advanced audio signal processing to pick up your voice clearly and precisely for hands-free calls and Speak-to-Chat detection.

    Exceptional sound quality

    Thanks to specially designed 6mm drivers, they reproduce a dynamic sound despite their small size, and the high compliance diaphragm reproduce a rich bass range. The Integrated Processor V1 also enhances sound quality and reduces distortion and enables LDAC code processing and DSEE Extreme.

    Listen all day, charge in minutes

    You can enjoy a full working day of charge – 8 hours – from your headphones and store another 16 hours in the case. That means a full 24 hours of listening time every time you leave the house. In a hurry? Just a 5-minute quick charge gives you up to 60 minutes of play time.

    Water resistant for everyday use

    With an IPX4 water resistance rating, splashes and sweat won’t stop these headphones – so you can keep on moving to the music.

    Easy wireless charging

    No cables necessary – the WF-1000XM4 features Qi technology for easy wireless charging.

    Customize sound

    “Sony | Headphones Connect” App for Android /iOS. Smart Listening technology to control your ambient sound settings and adjust the sound levels.

    Ergonomic surface design

    A shape that matches the ear cavity with a new ergonomic surface design for a more stable fit.

    Stable Bluetooth connection

    A higher, clearer, and more stable Bluetooth signal strength than ever before.

    Sony True Wireless Headphones

    WF-1000XM4

    WF-1000XM3

    WF-C500

    Features & details

    Features

    • Industry-leading noise canceling bluetooth earbuds with the new Integrated Processor V1
    • Exceptional sound quality with new Integrated Processor V1 and supporting LDAC codec.
    • Crystal-clear call quality, beamforming microphone and a bone-conduction sensor provide clear voice detection even in noisy environments
    • Speak-to-chat technology automatically reduces volume during conversations
    • 8 hours long battery with Noise Canceling
    • IPX4 Water resistance
    • Alexa enabled for voice access to music, information, and more. Activate with a simple touch
    • Easy wireless charging with Qi technology
    • “Sony | Headphones Connect” App for Android /iOS
    • Ergonomic surface design for a better fit

    Product information Black

    user manual click here [PDF ]
    Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
    Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

    What''s in the box

    See more
    Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
    Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

    Related posts

    Customer Questions

    Sorry, we were unable to perform your search at this time.

    There was a problem completing your request. Please try again later.

    Don''t see the answer you''re looking for?

    Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.

    Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.

    Please enter a question.

    Q: Can these be used independently, or do you have to put both R and L earbuds in for them to…

    A: Hello Nan, You can use our WF-1000XM4 truly wireless earbud headphones independently. Onl…

    Manufacturer Sony Support USA | 4 months ago

    Q: Is wind noise blocked? i have two pair of wf1000x m3s and neither block wind noise. and i …

    A: Hi Tom, Our WF-1000XM4 wireless headphones have a wind noise reduction function via Sony |…

    Manufacturer Sony Support USA | 4 months ago

    Q: If my phone only has bluetooth 5.0, what are the features that I will not be able to use (…

    A: Hi J. Lucas, we appreciate your interest in our newest industry-leading noise canceling ea…

    Manufacturer Sony Support USA | 4 months ago

    Q: Do the noise canceling/ambient setting save after being put in case? The mx3 always starte…

    A: Hello, we appreciate your interest in our newest industry-leading noise canceling earbuds.…

    Manufacturer Sony Support USA | 4 months ago

    Customer reviews

    4.4 out of 54.4 out of 5
    2,041 global ratings

    Top reviews from the United States

    HJeffK
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Sony upgrades darn near everything and is on top again!***Update***
    Reviewed in the United States on June 8, 2021
    Color: Black
    Back in 2019, Sony shook up the ear bud market by offering the oddly shaped but highly effective WF-1000XM3''s. They offered great sound with, at the time, effective Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), decent phone call quality, and so much more. If you need evidence of how... See more
    Back in 2019, Sony shook up the ear bud market by offering the oddly shaped but highly effective WF-1000XM3''s. They offered great sound with, at the time, effective Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), decent phone call quality, and so much more. If you need evidence of how good these are, Google "best wireless ear buds" and you will still find them on most lists some two years later. I used them for about a year before gifting them to my sister. They were ahead of their time in 2019, on par with the best in 2020, but now find themselves with some serious competition in the premium ear bud space. Since 2019 Apple, Bose, Master&Dynamic, Klipsch, Sennheiser, Samsung, Bowers&Wilkins, and so many more are all offering premium buds with serious tech packed inside of them. Sony had their work cut out if they wanted to regain the title. If you want to skip a long review, Sony has accomplished a great deal here. The buds are outstanding. Sound, ANC, battery, and form factor are all significantly improved and this is coming from the aforementioned great foundation of the 1000XM3''s. They aren''t perfect but they are really good. I usually do bullet points of my pros and cons but there aren''t many cons and I think you guys will likely get the most benefit from comparing these to other premium buds in the market. So here we go.

    -Sound: Sony is featuring a single very well tuned 6mm driver here. They are really good. Natural is what come to mind here. For buds, they have a nice wide sound stage, rich lows, present mids, and nice crisp highs. Sony has their proprietary 360 surround here again which is really cool when it works. Only certain high quality streaming music apps like Deezer, Tidal, QoBuz, Amazon HD, etc can take advantage of it and then only certain tracks are engineered to work with it. Apple and Samsung''s Spatial Audio options are better but it sounds very cool when you experience it. Speaking of premium streaming apps, I need to stop and say this now: Sony is only offering one premium Codec with these and that is their very own LDAC. There is no AptX HD/Adaptive here. It is LDAC, AAC, and SBC. In order to really get the most out of these, you need to upgrade to a service like Tidal, for example, that will put out LDAC audio. It is a noticeable improvement even to my old ears. Apple users are stuck with AAC which is okay and certainly an improvement over the SBC default option. Comparing these to the other premium buds available gets tricky. To me, the new Dual Driver Bowers&Wilkins PI7 are in their own class and at $400, they should be. These compare very nicely to the M&D MW08s and the Klipsch Mclarens. In regard to sound, these nudge out the Bose QuietComforts, the latest Sennheisers, and the UE Fits for me but it is close.  Sony bests the Airpod Pros, Samsung Buds Pro, and the Jabra 85ts more easily. Overall, most folks should be happy with sound here.

    -ANC: It is good here. Very good for buds. In my experience, ear buds are hindered by their lack of physical size and the need for a seal in your ear. Over ears are always better for this reason. To me the Bose QuietComfort buds are the kings of ANC and Sony hasn''t done enough to dethrone them. Man it is close though! All of the other premium buds I have mentioned fall in line behind Sony here. It pretty much wipes out everything around you only allowing the most jarring sudden noises in. Music, televisions, conversations, fans, presumably airplane engines are nearly 100% erased. The buds can adjust based on the noise around you. It is all just very well done. It feels right to me to have Sony and Bose lead the ear bud category in ANC quality. After all, they own the over ear category. Well done here.

    -Calls: This was an area the 1000XM3''s showed their age to me. The 1000XM4''s fix all of that. To me, these are among the very best in the business on call quality. Apple still owns the crown but, after that, no other bud I have used sound as good on either end of a call. I need more time here to be sure but after handling a handful of calls today, I feel comfortable giving high marks here. I always test calls outside to see how bad wind interference is. Sony really nailed it here. I think. More to come, I promise.

    -Form Factor:  Okay so, for me, this is where the pure glow of the review fades a bit. If there is an area that Sony missed here, it is in pure physical design. They definitely stick out of your ear and they aren''t the lightest buds around so they don''t feel great in ear for me. For the record, ear buds that hang out of your ears like pegs are a pet peeve of mine. These are not as bad as the Melomania buds (the kings of peg design) in that regard but they are noticeable. Quite noticeable. These aren''t as big as the Bose QCs but the Bose have a slimmer profile opting for more of an elongated look that is actually more in line with the last gen Sonys. They come with sort of a hybrid finished foam tips. I don''t love them. I will have my own silicone tips on here by the weekend. The touch pad  buttons work flawlessly, almost never failing to register a tap. Sony finally gave these an waterproof rating. IPX4 is here so they are sweat and dust resistant. Not best in class but I am glad to see them fix the omission of the last gen on these new $279 set of buds. Lastly, I don''t know about the gold accents. Totally subjective I know and I get what Sony is trying to do. I think they are trying to add a little bit of class while breaking up the montony of all black or all white buds. It just feels a little too ostentatious to me. Not a deal breaker but it does make me a bit self conscious.

    -The App:  Sonys app is highly customizable. It allows you to control so much including ANC levels, ambient sound levels (by the way ambient sound here is really good), EQ, and more. You can also mange your personal assistant. If you are an Alexa fan, she is built in and works really well. Google and Siri play well here to. Just depends what you prefer. However, in spite of all of this and in spite of using this app for now two years, I still find it to be one of the least intuitive apps out there. I bring this up because to get the most out of these, you need to use this app especially initially. You will want to use the sound app to start here and you will likely have a little more of a learning curve than many other apps you have used. It''s all here it is just a little convoluted.

    - Battery: Sony''s eight hours on bud claim shouldn''t really be a win but it is. That is with ANC on. Here are some of the competitors battery life roughly with ANC active and mixed use (my experience not the spec):

    Airpods Pro: Around 4 hours.
    Bose QC: 5.5 hours.
    M&D MW08''S: 9 hours (the best)
    Wilkins PI7''S:  4.5 hours.
    Samsung Buds Pro: 4.5 hours.
    Jabra 85t''s: 6 hours.
    Sennheiser Momentum TW 2: 4.5 hours.

    I have only ran these down once but in mixed use (an hour of video and calls / lots of music) I managed just over 7 hours. Now wait, you are probably wondering why only 7 hours? I know I was. Then I realized that I was streaming LDAC for quite some time. No doubt the higher audio quality stream was to blame. Regardless, when you see how these stack up, battery here is close to class leading. The Case gives you another 2 charges before you need to plug in. Very good stuff here.

    - The Case: I hated the last gen Sony case. Frankly, I think that case design is very important to a good set of ear buds as that is what we really interact with most. Fortunately, Sony took the case design seriously here. You get charging via USBC or Qi wireless. It is made of a soft matte plastic that feels good in your hand. The magnets are strong in the case and on the hinge. I haven''t recharged yet and will update times when I do but, for now, suffice to say that Sony has a good case here.

    I will update as I get more time with these but, for the moment, I am very pleased with what Sony has done here. They have upgraded these in almost every possible way. Sound, connectivity, battery, ANC, and more. All better. Of all of the premium buds we have discussed, I think these are the ones I would pick for most people. The Wilkins sound better but the ANC isn''t quite as good, the battery isn''t close, and they cost an astounding $400. The Bose have better ANC but don''t sound as good. The price is a push there. The M&Ds are maybe the most well rounded competition for these. They sound a little better maybe. They have even better battery life as well but the ANC is very much inferior to these. I have some nitpicks. I wish AptX was here. I wish they could have slimmed these down. They could have gone with silver accents instead of gold. However, when you add everything Sony has put together here up, I just don''t think there is a more well rounded option on the market. I will tweak and update this review as I go but you should buy the WF-1000XM4'' s with complete confidence. Well done here Sony!

    ***Update***Okay, so there are a number of additional things. First off, my S21 Ultra will not connect LDAC with these. Working on it. I have been through every step concievable. The irony is that my LDAC capable Soundcore buds, whom license the codec from Sony work fine. Hmm. Not ready to ding a star yet but close. I do allow Sony location access. The buds are capable of remembering how you like your ANC in a particular environment. Say gym versus office. Love that! Speaking of gym, I threw these on for a 30 minute HOT beach run today. Waterproofing is solid so far!! There is more to unpack here for sure. Stay tuned.

    Also, I think Sony really nailed the voice to pause tech here. Their over ears has this as does the Samsung Buds Pro. Sony''s is so much better than the Samsung version. With Samsung''s, a cough would often pause my content. Here, only my voice. Say hello to someone and it pauses. Very well done. The sensitivity is adjustable as well of you find it to be to much. So good Sony!

    ***One month update*** So it has been a month. In the last few months I received the afformentioned Master & Dynamic buds, the latest Amazon buds, and the Bowers & Wilkins buds. As someone that has way too many buds, one of my favorite ways to rate my enjoyment of a set of buds is how often I reach for them. I have used these almost every single day since receiving them. I have grabbed the others occasionally but these have been my primary daily drivers. Sony has just nailed so much here. The ANC, sound, and overall functionality is just so well rounded. These are clearly the best all around buds on the market today. There are others that serve different specific purposes better but none that do everything as well as these. Sony has built something pretty special here. The LDAC connectivity is still spotty for me with my phone but, other than that, there is no area these struggle with. I have even grown to appreciate the look. Mostly anyways. Unlike any other set I own, I don''t think it matters what phone you use. Folks on iOS should get these over the Airpod Pros because they sound better and the ANC is better. The Pro''s still connect and work better with your iPhone but really, who cares? These just perform better in almost every meaningful way. Folks on Android should get these because there isn''t a better all around bud that plays as nice in this ecosystem. We don''t have Airpods to fall back on. These are the ones! Buy with complete confidence!

    July 28th Update: So, a couple more things here. First, I received my second software update for these. Considering that they have been out less than two months and were pretty polished out of the box, that is an impressive level of support from Sony. No other buds I own have been this aggressive with updates. Just so good. Lastly, this thought occurred to me a few days ago and I wanted to share it with you guys: In the last six or so weeks, I have been almost exclusively using these buds. I never do that even when I get something new. A few weeks maybe but I don''t think I have ever used one set of buds this exclusively. When I get up in the morning to work out I use my Klipsch Mclarens because they have an IPX7 waterproof rating. When I leave to the office, the Sonys are the ones in my pocket. If these aren''t the perfect pair of daily drivers, they are very close. Just so good. Buy them.
    302 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    Jamers928
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Bose is Dethroned, BEST true wireless for Android
    Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2021
    Color: Black
    I''m writing this as an Android user, so if you value the Apple ecosystem and multi device connectivity, then these aren''t for you. I''ve also never owned any Airpods to compare. I will compare these to Bose Quiet Comfort earbuds because I own them and secondly, because... See more
    I''m writing this as an Android user, so if you value the Apple ecosystem and multi device connectivity, then these aren''t for you. I''ve also never owned any Airpods to compare. I will compare these to Bose Quiet Comfort earbuds because I own them and secondly, because they are the same price. Sony obviously has their sights set on Bose. The short story is that the Bose are going to be returned and these will be my daily drivers. Read on if you want more details...

    I purchased the Bose a month ago, so I know the benchmark that Bose set for Active Noise Canceling (ANC) in an earbud. The ANC on the Sony''s is excellent and very close to Bose quality. ANC and Mic quality are the two categories Bose wins on, but overall these are superior in every other way mainly because of how feature packed these are.

    Three huge advantages over Bose:

    First and most importantly, the sound quality exceeds Bose. A big reason why is the ability to adjust the equalizer in the App to preset settings or save your own custom equalizer settings. These are also the first earbuds to support Hi Res Audio via Sony''s proprietary codec, LDAC. If you have an Android phone (sorry iPhone) then you can turn this codec on via the Android Developer Settings (I can confirm that Galaxy S10+ supports LDAC). You can tell the difference LDAC makes to your music. These also support 360 audio (with Tidal and Deezer), which I have not tested, but its there if that is important to you.

    Second, the design of the Sony''s are better. They are sleeker fit than the Bose. The Sony case is ALOT smaller and can fit in the weird front jean pocket (which now serves a purpose). Just look at the picture, the Sony''s win hands down when it comes to design.

    Third, is Sony''s Speak to Chat feature that works very well. The earbuds will automatically detect you talking and pause the music so you can carry on a conversation with someone without having to take out the buds. This feature is completely absent from Bose.

    More Pros:
    -Robust App with a ton more features than Bose
    -Better Battery life
    -Ability to go backwards on tracks (Bose hasn''t figured out how to do that yet)
    -Ability to locate the buds if you misplace them via Google''s Find Device App

    Cons:
    -The foam tips take some getting used to
    -No ability to adjust the level of ANC like the Bose
    -No multipoint Bluetooth connection

    To sum it up, Sony has now set the bar very high. You won''t be disappointed.
    194 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    Brandon Rodriguez
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Amazing earbuds compared to Airpod Pros but with a slight flaw
    Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2021
    Color: Black
    I received these today to replace my airpod pros and these Sony earpods are without a doubt better in terms of sound. The bass, noise-canceling, and ambient sound are phenomenal on them and I''m a professional musician so i know what music should sound like. However, the... See more
    I received these today to replace my airpod pros and these Sony earpods are without a doubt better in terms of sound. The bass, noise-canceling, and ambient sound are phenomenal on them and I''m a professional musician so i know what music should sound like. However, the airpod pros are definitely more comfortable. I have smallish size ears and there is a ridge in these earbuds that press up against my ears that causes pain. I tried moving the earbuds around which did not help. This isn''t an issue with the ear tips; those are perfect fitting, but the shape of the buds themselves are big and do not contour to your ear at all. If you have big ears, then this should be an issue for you at all. But to all my small/medium size ear people out there, these might be too uncomfortable for you.

    TL;DR - The sound is absolutely amazing and so much better than my airpod pros but the size of the earbuds does not contour to your ears and therefore, causing pain and are uncomfortable if you have smallish ears like me.
    149 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    creaturekyle
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Really Excellent
    Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2021
    Color: Black
    I''ve only had a few hours with these so far, but I''m already in love. They improved on pretty much everything from XM3''s while maintaining great sound. I don''t love the tips though, so I swapped them out with Spinfit CP100''s and they fit perfectly. Only disappointment is no... See more
    I''ve only had a few hours with these so far, but I''m already in love. They improved on pretty much everything from XM3''s while maintaining great sound. I don''t love the tips though, so I swapped them out with Spinfit CP100''s and they fit perfectly. Only disappointment is no multi-device pairing. Would have been icing on the cake.
    The default sound is clear but warm with good bass extension, no piercing highs or muddiness. And like the XM3''s these take to custom equalizing within the app like a duck to water. No distortion that I can hear. Overall very impressed, happy with the purchase despite the high price. If you care a lot about how your music sounds, these are the ones for you. Other buds will get you 75% of the way there for half the price, but that last 25% is immediately noticeable when you listen with these.
    69 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    N S.
    1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Difficult setup process. Persistent voice
    Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2021
    Color: Silver
    This review is for iOS users. It''s not user friendly to setup there are simply too many "steps" that need to be done and it doesn''t work right out the box. When connecting to PC there''s no dedicated power button on the case for pairing. Everytime I remove or put... See more
    This review is for iOS users. It''s not user friendly to setup there are simply too many "steps" that need to be done and it doesn''t work right out the box. When connecting to PC there''s no dedicated power button on the case for pairing.

    Everytime I remove or put it in my ears there''s this monotone/robotic voice "Bluetooth connected battery xx percent". There''s no way to disable the voice.

    Its not as comfortable as Airpod Pros and you''ll need to do a specific step to put it in your ear for a secure fit which takes a few seconds.

    Returned as it''s not worth the hype that you''d see from online videos

    Unlike airpods they "simply don''t work right out the case". Too many notifications pop up from the app to connect
    66 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    John Rodgers
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    HUGE deal=breaker: Can only be paired to a single device, even when that device is off!
    Reviewed in the United States on June 12, 2021
    Color: Black
    Pros: - Stunning design - Good sound quality (only with phones – I got real bad sounds when paired to my PC) - Great noise-cancelling Cons: - CANNOT pair to other devices, even if the original device is shut off - Subpar sound quality... See more
    Pros:
    - Stunning design
    - Good sound quality (only with phones – I got real bad sounds when paired to my PC)
    - Great noise-cancelling

    Cons:
    - CANNOT pair to other devices, even if the original device is shut off
    - Subpar sound quality when paired to PC
    - Dull unboxing experience

    Read below for more detail:
    Let me start by saying I''ve been a HUGE fan of Sony audio product. From my teen years I''ve had everything from the iconic Walkman, to CD players, and even an MD player (which most of the readers probably haven''t seen). I also have the WH-1000XM3 which I''m pretty satisfied with, and the wired MDR7506 which has blown my mind away for the price. I even have the competitor’s noise-cancelling earbuds (price at the same amount as these), but I love Sony’s products that much I wanted to own this too.

    This, however... was a BIG disappointment!

    Starting with the positives: the design is stunningly beautiful, and the fit, using the memory foam pads is excellent. The comfort is also very good, but I didn’t have these for more than 2 hours since I got a big disappointment right away. The pairing process is quite easy and can be done in seconds. The sound quality is fine, and noise-cancelling is good, but to be honest, I couldn’t detect huge advantages over the competitor’s buds, which were released a year ago. Also, more below on some negatives on the quality of sound while paired to my PC.

    Now the not so good stuff:
    The unboxing experience gets as dull as it could be. Sony’s mentioning environmental reasons for it, but the box feels like super-cheap paper put together to save cost. Well, I don’t care about boxes, so I moved on.
    This is the real reason I had to return the product: This device can only be paired with a SINGLE device, and yes, Sony apparently meant it! When you pair these buds to, let’s say, your phone, they become invisible to other Bluetooth devices. I tried to turn the Bluetooth off my phone, and the buds wouldn’t be discovered still. I even turned off my phone, with no avail. The only way I could connect these to my PC, or any other device, was to unpair them first from my cell phone. Honestly, this feels like a slap in the face for such expensive earbuds. I have the competitor’s buds which are priced exactly as the same as these ones, and have no problem pairing them to my PC, tablet, and laptop.

    The second point, which was quite disappointing was this: I use an equalizer in my PC, and I’ve had no problem listening to music while boosting sound a little on my PC, using even the no-brand wireless earbuds available on Amazon. While Sony’s earbuds did perform OK without the equalizer, they miserably failed with even slightest increase in sound volume from my equalizer. Again, not only the competitor earbuds (launched a year ago) have no problem handling such output levels, but also the cheap, no-brand earbuds (mine was $50) have had ZERO problems playing music at these levels.

    Overall, get it if you use only one device, want great ANC and are loyal to Sony. Otherwise, I don’t see why you don’t want to get other available options at the same price.
    56 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    Jacob Singer
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    They are almost perfect.
    Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2021
    Color: Black
    I was gonna head down the classic AirPods route but in the end, I decided not to. The first time I put these in, I was blown away by their noise-canceling capabilities. I was at a red light in the streets of downtown Chicago with all the loud traffic (I DO NOT RECOMMEND... See more
    I was gonna head down the classic AirPods route but in the end, I decided not to. The first time I put these in, I was blown away by their noise-canceling capabilities. I was at a red light in the streets of downtown Chicago with all the loud traffic (I DO NOT RECOMMEND DRIVING WITH NOISE CANCELLING - IT IS DANGEROUS!!), I tapped my left earbud and instantly - SILENCE. It seems like magic to me. Audio sounds great as well as battery life. The app is intuitive and the multiple foam tip sizes allow for anybody to sport them. They are truly amazing! My mom couldn''t it AirPods in her ears ever. She just tried these and she loved them! 5/5 for sure! Go get them!!! (Maybe wait till Prime Day or another sale since they are pricy)

    EDIT: There is a weird bug cutting out my ANC and Ambient sound and it sounds like I am going underwater. If they don''t fix this before the return date, they are going back.
    62 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report
    Anvar Khodzhaev
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Audio quality and convenience
    Reviewed in the United States on June 9, 2021
    Color: Black
    I ordered WF-1000XM4 the same day they were announced. Testing entire day today in all modes. Sound quality in all frequency ranges is excellent. Loving ClearBass feature. Noise canceling is the best I ever tested before. I also have the Big Brother overeat headphones SONY... See more
    I ordered WF-1000XM4 the same day they were announced. Testing entire day today in all modes. Sound quality in all frequency ranges is excellent. Loving ClearBass feature. Noise canceling is the best I ever tested before. I also have the Big Brother overeat headphones SONY WH-1000XM4. Most of the functionality of WH already included into WF. Had a chance to compare with my current Jabra family Elite 85t and Elite 75t. SONY new earbud is clear winner
    44 people found this helpful
    Helpful
    Report

    Top reviews from other countries

    Mr Amazon
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Honest Detailed Review from an Audio/Musico-phile from Canada
    Reviewed in Canada on July 17, 2021
    I won''t faff about and get straight to the point. That''s what you''re here for: • Packaging - Minimalist and environmentally friendly packaging. Everything is well put together and secure inside a very sturdy box made of recycled materials. Inside the box you have the...See more
    I won''t faff about and get straight to the point. That''s what you''re here for: • Packaging - Minimalist and environmentally friendly packaging. Everything is well put together and secure inside a very sturdy box made of recycled materials. Inside the box you have the charging case with the earphones, manuals, USB-C cable and two extra sets of ear tips (small and large. medium is on the earphones). • Setup - I have used previous iterations of the WF and WH series, so I had the app already installed on my phone. I put the earphones on and opened the app and it connected INSTANTLY on Android. The case and earphones are not fully charged, so make sure to charge them first. Once you''re all connected, there will be an update downloaded which took me about an hour. • App - I won''t say too much and let you explore it yourself. Through the app you will be able to customize the equalizer, sound quality, noise cancelling, touch functions, speak to chat, and see a bunch other features like testing fit and seal. It''s a robust app that''s easy to navigate and has never failed me. • Fit - This is subjective but I have a few tips that might help you. Take the tips and place them in your ear. Don''t worry, they won''t get stuck or fall in. The one that you feel fits best is the one you should go with. The better the fit and seal the better the noise cancelling and bass will be. You can also test how good the fit and seal is through the app. Attach the preferred tips to the earphones and lead the speaker into your ear canal. You should feel it going into your ear canal. Next, twist it in an anti-clockwise direction to lock it in place. That''s it! Shake your head to confirm that it''s in place. • Feel - The earphones themselves are very light with a beautiful smooth matte finish. Same goes for the case, which is also ridiculously compact. It''s all high quality finishes and once they''re in the ear, you won''t really notice them. They also look very appealing and stylish. The ear tips are made of a soft malleable material. Imagine squishing a small marshmallow in between your fingers and you''ll get an idea of the texture and feel. A small gripe is that you might feel a little benign irritation over long periods of wearing them. This went away once I changed my tips from small to medium, so try that first. • Sound Quality - This is what you''re really here for, and these earphones do not disappoint. I listen to everything from traditional classical to the heaviest of metal and all sorts of avant-garde stuff. I have a few staple albums that I use to test any new set of earphones/headphones because they''re immaculately recorded with tons of tiny details. They also run the gamut of popular genres and should give anyone a good idea of what to expect: 1) The Prodigy - The Fat of the Land: The bass on these earphones is superb. It''s not overbearing or gimmicky. It''s balanced and complements the listening experience. It''s on full display on songs like Diesel Power and Smack My B**** Up where it really shines without losing any details. Elsewhere, the acid tinged synthesizers really buzz. You can almost tell exactly when Liam is hitting the keys as they reverberate and sustain in your head. It feels like you''re in the room listening as he composes the song. 2) Tool - Fear Inoculum: This is an album with a lot of layers and intricate musicianship. Adam Jones''s guitar comes alive in your head as you close your eyes and imagine him plucking the guitar strings. It really is that detailed. It''s like you''re sitting in a concert hall watching the band perform for you. Where the earphones really shine is how well they bring out the intricate details of Danny Carey''s drumming. I could hear all sorts of faint cymbals and drums in the background and it just brought a smile across my face. If you like rock/metal music then these earphones won''t disappoint. 3) Hans Zimmer - Blue Planet 2: Hans Zimmer is so prolific and talented that he is constantly finding ways to add new elements to his music. Violins, oboes, trumpets, pianos are all faithfully realized through the earphones, especially on tacks like Albatross Flight. It''s so stunning, detailed and clear that it will ignite your imagination. It''s honestly better than actually going to the orchestra. • Connection/Battery - No issues with any dropped Bluetooth connection. I keep noise cancelling and LDAC sound quality on all the time and I get a comfortable 6-8 hours out of one charge. If you use DSEE (only if you have low quality music), then expect half that range. I also didn''t experience any bugs or glitches related to the earphones or software. • Noise Cancelling - I''ve had at least 3 other headphones and earphones from the WH and WF range. The noise cancelling on these earphones is slightly behind it''s over the head cousins. But only slightly. I''ve had them on with no music and had my partner talk to me (standing directly in front of me) and I heard nothing. You will be perfectly fine walking on the streets and won''t hear anything, unless a big truck goes right by you. I also tested them while using an electric toothbrush, and I really only heard the vibrations of the motor in my head. Overall, top class industry leading stuff here that leaves rivals in the dust. There you have it. These earphones really impressed me. For me, a new pair of earphones or headphones should make me fall in love with my music collection again. It should bring a smile to my face when I hear details I didn''t before. These do exactly that. Yes they are expensive, but they also offer a lot in terms of specs and features. If you want the best, then these are it. I actually sold my Sony headphones because we finally have nearly 20 hours of battery life in a super compact and portable package without any loss of sound quality. That alone is worth the price for me. Best sound setting recommendations: • Noise cancelling on • Bright equalizer preset • Customize the preset with 2 or 3 points of clear bass • Switch to focus on quality over connection • Switch to LDAC codec on Android.
    I won''t faff about and get straight to the point. That''s what you''re here for:

    • Packaging - Minimalist and environmentally friendly packaging. Everything is well put together and secure inside a very sturdy box made of recycled materials. Inside the box you have the charging case with the earphones, manuals, USB-C cable and two extra sets of ear tips (small and large. medium is on the earphones).

    • Setup - I have used previous iterations of the WF and WH series, so I had the app already installed on my phone. I put the earphones on and opened the app and it connected INSTANTLY on Android. The case and earphones are not fully charged, so make sure to charge them first. Once you''re all connected, there will be an update downloaded which took me about an hour.

    • App - I won''t say too much and let you explore it yourself. Through the app you will be able to customize the equalizer, sound quality, noise cancelling, touch functions, speak to chat, and see a bunch other features like testing fit and seal. It''s a robust app that''s easy to navigate and has never failed me.

    • Fit - This is subjective but I have a few tips that might help you. Take the tips and place them in your ear. Don''t worry, they won''t get stuck or fall in. The one that you feel fits best is the one you should go with. The better the fit and seal the better the noise cancelling and bass will be. You can also test how good the fit and seal is through the app. Attach the preferred tips to the earphones and lead the speaker into your ear canal. You should feel it going into your ear canal. Next, twist it in an anti-clockwise direction to lock it in place. That''s it! Shake your head to confirm that it''s in place.

    • Feel - The earphones themselves are very light with a beautiful smooth matte finish. Same goes for the case, which is also ridiculously compact. It''s all high quality finishes and once they''re in the ear, you won''t really notice them. They also look very appealing and stylish. The ear tips are made of a soft malleable material. Imagine squishing a small marshmallow in between your fingers and you''ll get an idea of the texture and feel. A small gripe is that you might feel a little benign irritation over long periods of wearing them. This went away once I changed my tips from small to medium, so try that first.

    • Sound Quality - This is what you''re really here for, and these earphones do not disappoint. I listen to everything from traditional classical to the heaviest of metal and all sorts of avant-garde stuff. I have a few staple albums that I use to test any new set of earphones/headphones because they''re immaculately recorded with tons of tiny details. They also run the gamut of popular genres and should give anyone a good idea of what to expect:

    1) The Prodigy - The Fat of the Land: The bass on these earphones is superb. It''s not overbearing or gimmicky. It''s balanced and complements the listening experience. It''s on full display on songs like Diesel Power and Smack My B**** Up where it really shines without losing any details. Elsewhere, the acid tinged synthesizers really buzz. You can almost tell exactly when Liam is hitting the keys as they reverberate and sustain in your head. It feels like you''re in the room listening as he composes the song.

    2) Tool - Fear Inoculum: This is an album with a lot of layers and intricate musicianship. Adam Jones''s guitar comes alive in your head as you close your eyes and imagine him plucking the guitar strings. It really is that detailed. It''s like you''re sitting in a concert hall watching the band perform for you. Where the earphones really shine is how well they bring out the intricate details of Danny Carey''s drumming. I could hear all sorts of faint cymbals and drums in the background and it just brought a smile across my face. If you like rock/metal music then these earphones won''t disappoint.

    3) Hans Zimmer - Blue Planet 2: Hans Zimmer is so prolific and talented that he is constantly finding ways to add new elements to his music. Violins, oboes, trumpets, pianos are all faithfully realized through the earphones, especially on tacks like Albatross Flight. It''s so stunning, detailed and clear that it will ignite your imagination. It''s honestly better than actually going to the orchestra.

    • Connection/Battery - No issues with any dropped Bluetooth connection. I keep noise cancelling and LDAC sound quality on all the time and I get a comfortable 6-8 hours out of one charge. If you use DSEE (only if you have low quality music), then expect half that range. I also didn''t experience any bugs or glitches related to the earphones or software.

    • Noise Cancelling - I''ve had at least 3 other headphones and earphones from the WH and WF range. The noise cancelling on these earphones is slightly behind it''s over the head cousins. But only slightly. I''ve had them on with no music and had my partner talk to me (standing directly in front of me) and I heard nothing. You will be perfectly fine walking on the streets and won''t hear anything, unless a big truck goes right by you. I also tested them while using an electric toothbrush, and I really only heard the vibrations of the motor in my head. Overall, top class industry leading stuff here that leaves rivals in the dust.

    There you have it. These earphones really impressed me. For me, a new pair of earphones or headphones should make me fall in love with my music collection again. It should bring a smile to my face when I hear details I didn''t before. These do exactly that. Yes they are expensive, but they also offer a lot in terms of specs and features. If you want the best, then these are it. I actually sold my Sony headphones because we finally have nearly 20 hours of battery life in a super compact and portable package without any loss of sound quality. That alone is worth the price for me.

    Best sound setting recommendations:

    • Noise cancelling on
    • Bright equalizer preset
    • Customize the preset with 2 or 3 points of clear bass
    • Switch to focus on quality over connection
    • Switch to LDAC codec on Android.
    65 people found this helpful
    Report
    Translate all reviews to English
    Ricardo Zavala
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Excelentes True Wireless
    Reviewed in Mexico on September 5, 2021
    Los Sony WF-1000XM4 son unos excelentes audífonos true wireless, es de lo mejor que he escuchado para esta clase de audífonos. Vamos a abarcar diferentes puntos durante esta revisión, espero les sea de utilidad. A tomar en consideración: soy usuario de iOS; sin embargo, no...See more
    Los Sony WF-1000XM4 son unos excelentes audífonos true wireless, es de lo mejor que he escuchado para esta clase de audífonos. Vamos a abarcar diferentes puntos durante esta revisión, espero les sea de utilidad. A tomar en consideración: soy usuario de iOS; sin embargo, no he notado ninguna baja en el rendimiento de estos audífonos in ear. Otra cosa a tomar en consideración, debemos recordar que estos audífonos son totalmente inalámbricos, usan bluetooth y el precio es equivalente a todas sus prestaciones y no solo referente a calidad de audio y materiales, para que lo tomen en cuenta. He tenido la oportunidad de probar diferentes true wireless del mercado, desde los AirPods Pro, Sony WF-1000XM3, Powerbeats Pro y AirPods normales, y he de decir que estos en cuanto a calidad de sonido son los mejores que he probado hasta el momento. Comodidad: Este apartado es completamente subjetivo, tienen unas almohadillas diferentes a las típicas, por lo que puede que al inicio cueste acostumbrarse. Hay diferentes formas para colocarse los audífonos: 1) como cualquier otro; 2) puedes ajustar primero las almohadillas de goma, haciendo presión unos 15 a 20 segundos y luego introducirlos a tu canal auditivo y sostenerlos hasta que las almohadillas retomen su forma y se ajusten adecuadamente a ti. Depende de cómo lo veas, de igual manera, dependerá mucho del tamaño de tu canal y qué tanta presión llegues a tener. Comparado con los AirPods Pro diría que son ligeramente menos cómodos (pero no tanto). Si tuviera que clasificar la comodidad: 1) AirPods Pro; 2) WF-1000XM4; 3) Powerbeats Pro; 4) WF-1000XM3. Por sus almohadillas, creo que no es para todos, lamentablemente. Calidad de materiales: En cuanto a los materiales, son audífonos increíblemente detallados y de buena presentación. Su color negro mate es de excelente calidad y sus tonos en dorado lo hacen ver llamativo. La caja ha mejorado muchísimo, sobre todo por el tamaño de la misma, los hace mucho más portátiles y cómodos de llevar a todas partes. En este caso, no tengo ninguna objeción. Sonido: Un punto completamente relativo a la persona que escucha. Definitivamente no son audífonos analíticos, sino que tienen un sonido especialmente hecho para escuchar música y simplemente disfrutarla. Cabe recordar que el precio que se paga no solo incluye la calidad de sonido, sino que incluye todas sus prestaciones. Una vez dicho esto pasemos a platicar poquito del mismo: Su firma de sonido podríamos considerarla “cálida” y con un sonido en forma de “V”, es decir, tienen un sonido muy enfocado al consumidor y no tanto para audiófilos (aunque seguramente uno no compraría audífonos inalámbricos para escuchar sus canciones favoritas, y usaría un equipo de sonido especial. El bajo es bastante potente para unos audífonos de este estilo, así que si te gustan las frecuencias bajas y graves potentes, este te gustará (ojo, no es exagerado como uno esperaría; tampoco es que suenen como Beats en cuanto a graves). Las voces se escuchan muy bien, sobre todo las voces masculinas y el resto de frecuencias es decente. El audio que emiten son calmados y de fácil escucha, por lo que difícilmente causará fatiga auditiva, los agudos no son tan brillantes y por ende poca o nada sibilancia. En general, considero que suenan “sabroso”. Si tuviéramos que elegir un ránking comparativo en cuanto a sonido: 1) WF-1000XM4, 2) WF-1000XM3; 3) AirPods Pro; 4) Powerbeats Pro; 5) AirPods normales. Eso, utilizando los audífonos en su configuración base. Ahora bien, estos audífonos tienen una opción llamada DSEE que desarrolló Sony, lo que efectivamente, realza muchísimo más su sonido y los hace mucho más disfrutables, incluso cuando quieras escuchar música antigua. El único problema, aumentan el consumo de batería. Cancelación de ruido: Definitivamente la mejor cancelación activa de ruido que he escuchado en unos audífonos de este tipo y no solo por sus micrófonos y algoritmos, sino también la cancelación pasiva debido a sus almohadillas de espuma viscoelástica. Comparado contra los AirPods Pro, podría decir que estos tienen la mejor cancelación activa de ruido. Micrófono: Es un micrófono decente; puedes responder llamadas telefónicas y mantener una videollamada, peeeero, no lo considero mejor que los AirPods Pro. Batería: EXCELENTE, dura entre 6.5 a 8 horas tranquilamente. Todo dependerá del volumen, DSEE y otras variables. Pero en general, no deberías preocuparte tanto por este tema. Si eres usuario de iOS quizá esto te interese… ¿Y en Apple Music? EXCELENTE, siempre y cuando no te guste Dolby Atmos. Sinceramente no te recomiendo usar Dolby Atmos con Apple Music y estos audífonos. Hay muy pocas canciones que valen la pena escucharse así. En cuanto al audio espacial para ver películas… definitivamente ve por los AirPods Pro. Conclusión: Unos excelentes audífonos. Ya que llegaste hasta aquí, te estarás preguntando, ¿entonces…. los recomiendas o no? Sí y sí. Pros: - Excelente calidad de sonido para audífonos de su tipo. - Cómodos (aunque es subjetivo). - Excelente cancelación activa de ruido. - Compatibles con iOS y Android sin problemas de conexión. - Excelente batería. Contras: - Hasta el momento (quizá más adelante se corrija) solo se conecta con un dispositivo a la vez. Aunque puedes sincronizarlo con más de uno. - Deficiente sonido en Dolby Atmos con Apple Music (y en general el audio 360 no es lo que pensé que sería, en Tidal). ¿A quién se lo recomiendo comprar? 1.- A gente que adore la calidad de sonido (sin llegar a ser audiófilo). 2.- Que quiera audífonos versátiles y de buenísima calidad. 3.- Personas que gusten de la firma de sonido de Sony (comercial). Soy usuario de Android, ¿los compro? Súper sí. Aparte tienen LDAC. Soy usuario de iOS, ¿los debería comprar? Sí y tal vez no. ¿Quieres usarlos sobre todo para ver películas y/o series? Te conviene más AirPods Pro. ¿Quieres usarlos para escuchar música con la mejor calidad posible? Te conviene más WF-1000XM4. ¿Los quieres para videollamadas? Te convienen más los AirPods Pro. ¿Te interesa por la batería y poder estar tranquilo que no te van a quedar mal durante el día? WF-1000XM4. ¿Y yo? Yo los compré por su calidad de audio y solo por eso vale completamente la pena. Muchas gracias por leer la reseña completa.
    Los Sony WF-1000XM4 son unos excelentes audífonos true wireless, es de lo mejor que he escuchado para esta clase de audífonos. Vamos a abarcar diferentes puntos durante esta revisión, espero les sea de utilidad.

    A tomar en consideración: soy usuario de iOS; sin embargo, no he notado ninguna baja en el rendimiento de estos audífonos in ear. Otra cosa a tomar en consideración, debemos recordar que estos audífonos son totalmente inalámbricos, usan bluetooth y el precio es equivalente a todas sus prestaciones y no solo referente a calidad de audio y materiales, para que lo tomen en cuenta.

    He tenido la oportunidad de probar diferentes true wireless del mercado, desde los AirPods Pro, Sony WF-1000XM3, Powerbeats Pro y AirPods normales, y he de decir que estos en cuanto a calidad de sonido son los mejores que he probado hasta el momento.

    Comodidad:
    Este apartado es completamente subjetivo, tienen unas almohadillas diferentes a las típicas, por lo que puede que al inicio cueste acostumbrarse. Hay diferentes formas para colocarse los audífonos: 1) como cualquier otro; 2) puedes ajustar primero las almohadillas de goma, haciendo presión unos 15 a 20 segundos y luego introducirlos a tu canal auditivo y sostenerlos hasta que las almohadillas retomen su forma y se ajusten adecuadamente a ti. Depende de cómo lo veas, de igual manera, dependerá mucho del tamaño de tu canal y qué tanta presión llegues a tener.
    Comparado con los AirPods Pro diría que son ligeramente menos cómodos (pero no tanto).
    Si tuviera que clasificar la comodidad: 1) AirPods Pro; 2) WF-1000XM4; 3) Powerbeats Pro; 4) WF-1000XM3.
    Por sus almohadillas, creo que no es para todos, lamentablemente.

    Calidad de materiales:
    En cuanto a los materiales, son audífonos increíblemente detallados y de buena presentación. Su color negro mate es de excelente calidad y sus tonos en dorado lo hacen ver llamativo. La caja ha mejorado muchísimo, sobre todo por el tamaño de la misma, los hace mucho más portátiles y cómodos de llevar a todas partes. En este caso, no tengo ninguna objeción.

    Sonido:
    Un punto completamente relativo a la persona que escucha. Definitivamente no son audífonos analíticos, sino que tienen un sonido especialmente hecho para escuchar música y simplemente disfrutarla. Cabe recordar que el precio que se paga no solo incluye la calidad de sonido, sino que incluye todas sus prestaciones. Una vez dicho esto pasemos a platicar poquito del mismo:
    Su firma de sonido podríamos considerarla “cálida” y con un sonido en forma de “V”, es decir, tienen un sonido muy enfocado al consumidor y no tanto para audiófilos (aunque seguramente uno no compraría audífonos inalámbricos para escuchar sus canciones favoritas, y usaría un equipo de sonido especial.

    El bajo es bastante potente para unos audífonos de este estilo, así que si te gustan las frecuencias bajas y graves potentes, este te gustará (ojo, no es exagerado como uno esperaría; tampoco es que suenen como Beats en cuanto a graves).

    Las voces se escuchan muy bien, sobre todo las voces masculinas y el resto de frecuencias es decente.
    El audio que emiten son calmados y de fácil escucha, por lo que difícilmente causará fatiga auditiva, los agudos no son tan brillantes y por ende poca o nada sibilancia. En general, considero que suenan “sabroso”.
    Si tuviéramos que elegir un ránking comparativo en cuanto a sonido: 1) WF-1000XM4, 2) WF-1000XM3; 3) AirPods Pro; 4) Powerbeats Pro; 5) AirPods normales.

    Eso, utilizando los audífonos en su configuración base. Ahora bien, estos audífonos tienen una opción llamada DSEE que desarrolló Sony, lo que efectivamente, realza muchísimo más su sonido y los hace mucho más disfrutables, incluso cuando quieras escuchar música antigua. El único problema, aumentan el consumo de batería.

    Cancelación de ruido:
    Definitivamente la mejor cancelación activa de ruido que he escuchado en unos audífonos de este tipo y no solo por sus micrófonos y algoritmos, sino también la cancelación pasiva debido a sus almohadillas de espuma viscoelástica. Comparado contra los AirPods Pro, podría decir que estos tienen la mejor cancelación activa de ruido.

    Micrófono:
    Es un micrófono decente; puedes responder llamadas telefónicas y mantener una videollamada, peeeero, no lo considero mejor que los AirPods Pro.

    Batería:
    EXCELENTE, dura entre 6.5 a 8 horas tranquilamente. Todo dependerá del volumen, DSEE y otras variables. Pero en general, no deberías preocuparte tanto por este tema.

    Si eres usuario de iOS quizá esto te interese… ¿Y en Apple Music?
    EXCELENTE, siempre y cuando no te guste Dolby Atmos. Sinceramente no te recomiendo usar Dolby Atmos con Apple Music y estos audífonos. Hay muy pocas canciones que valen la pena escucharse así.
    En cuanto al audio espacial para ver películas… definitivamente ve por los AirPods Pro.

    Conclusión:
    Unos excelentes audífonos.

    Ya que llegaste hasta aquí, te estarás preguntando, ¿entonces…. los recomiendas o no?
    Sí y sí.

    Pros:
    - Excelente calidad de sonido para audífonos de su tipo.
    - Cómodos (aunque es subjetivo).
    - Excelente cancelación activa de ruido.
    - Compatibles con iOS y Android sin problemas de conexión.
    - Excelente batería.

    Contras:
    - Hasta el momento (quizá más adelante se corrija) solo se conecta con un dispositivo a la vez. Aunque puedes sincronizarlo con más de uno.
    - Deficiente sonido en Dolby Atmos con Apple Music (y en general el audio 360 no es lo que pensé que sería, en Tidal).

    ¿A quién se lo recomiendo comprar?
    1.- A gente que adore la calidad de sonido (sin llegar a ser audiófilo).
    2.- Que quiera audífonos versátiles y de buenísima calidad.
    3.- Personas que gusten de la firma de sonido de Sony (comercial).

    Soy usuario de Android, ¿los compro?
    Súper sí. Aparte tienen LDAC.

    Soy usuario de iOS, ¿los debería comprar? Sí y tal vez no.
    ¿Quieres usarlos sobre todo para ver películas y/o series? Te conviene más AirPods Pro.
    ¿Quieres usarlos para escuchar música con la mejor calidad posible? Te conviene más WF-1000XM4.
    ¿Los quieres para videollamadas? Te convienen más los AirPods Pro.
    ¿Te interesa por la batería y poder estar tranquilo que no te van a quedar mal durante el día? WF-1000XM4.

    ¿Y yo? Yo los compré por su calidad de audio y solo por eso vale completamente la pena.

    Muchas gracias por leer la reseña completa.
    24 people found this helpful
    Report
    Translate review to English
    Kungfuthug
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Almost superb!
    Reviewed in Canada on July 18, 2021
    I am an audiophile and have many different wired and wireless headphones and have owned countless speakers and setups. Build quality is A+ , Sony does not disappoint Fit is a B+ , nothing fits as good as my Jabra’s Sound quality is A+ with LDAC player These are great. Buy...See more
    I am an audiophile and have many different wired and wireless headphones and have owned countless speakers and setups. Build quality is A+ , Sony does not disappoint Fit is a B+ , nothing fits as good as my Jabra’s Sound quality is A+ with LDAC player These are great. Buy them. The only thing I cannot understand why they left out is multipoint. These would have been perfect if I could connect to two devices simultaneously. What a shame. Hi
    I am an audiophile and have many different wired and wireless headphones and have owned countless speakers and setups.

    Build quality is A+ , Sony does not disappoint

    Fit is a B+ , nothing fits as good as my Jabra’s

    Sound quality is A+ with LDAC player

    These are great. Buy them.

    The only thing I cannot understand why they left out is multipoint. These would have been perfect if I could connect to two devices simultaneously. What a shame. Hi
    9 people found this helpful
    Report
    dennycranium1701
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Incredible!
    Reviewed in Canada on July 16, 2021
    I''ve a collection of headphones. I collect a lot of the value priced sub-100 retail headphones. They all do a decent job of sound quality. I''ve several Bose headphones, some with sound cancelling, some not. They all have excellent sound quality. I''ve a pair of Sennheiser...See more
    I''ve a collection of headphones. I collect a lot of the value priced sub-100 retail headphones. They all do a decent job of sound quality. I''ve several Bose headphones, some with sound cancelling, some not. They all have excellent sound quality. I''ve a pair of Sennheiser Momentums, and I use those on a plane or train or when I''m sitting down to actually enjoy the music. I don''t use my better headphones outside as I fear losing or damaging them. Before I review these Sony headphones, I''ve got to say it was the most frustrating buying experience I''ve eve had. After doing hours of research, reading reviews, I decided to take the $400.00 CAD plunge and buy a pair on release day. Original street date was July 2. My local BigBox store assured me a pair would arrive July 2 and I could support my local BB. Well, I wake up July 2 only to see "backorder" on these headphones. Believing my local BB clerk had a pair for me, I went to the store only to find out they were on backorder. July 15th was the new date. Same outcome. July 14th and another backorder. I ordered the headphones from Amazon, from my phone, in my local BB store and they arrived at my house the next day. I charged them up and gave them my first listen. My first response to them was startling. Sound quality, bass response, mids and highs are on ANOTHER level. It''s just PRISTINE quality. I used my regular tracks I use for testing and reference. I use a mix of dance, electronic, country music, classic rock and live concerts. I use Tidal MQA for most of them. I use a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ as my source, using Tidal MQA tracks. (where available) All but one of my test tracks are MQA. I did A/B comparisons between these Sony headphones and my Bose equivalent model. The Sony''s are head and shoulders above the Bose in every aspect. I rarely buy headphones at full retail. I''m patient and wait for a sale or a used pair. I buy new tips, sanitize the buds and I''m good to go. Just get a pair of these Sony headphones if you have the means. If you don''t? Get a part time job to fund them! I rarely sell my other premium headphones. My Bose and Sennheisers are up for sale, after I write this review..
    I''ve a collection of headphones. I collect a lot of the value priced sub-100 retail headphones.
    They all do a decent job of sound quality.
    I''ve several Bose headphones, some with sound cancelling, some not. They all have excellent sound quality.
    I''ve a pair of Sennheiser Momentums, and I use those on a plane or train or when I''m sitting down to actually enjoy the music. I don''t use my better headphones outside as I fear losing or damaging them.

    Before I review these Sony headphones, I''ve got to say it was the most frustrating buying experience I''ve eve had. After doing hours of research, reading reviews, I decided to take the $400.00 CAD plunge and buy a pair on release day. Original street date was July 2. My local BigBox store assured me a pair would arrive July 2 and I could support my local BB.
    Well, I wake up July 2 only to see "backorder" on these headphones. Believing my local BB clerk had a pair for me, I went to the store only to find out they were on backorder. July 15th was the new date.
    Same outcome. July 14th and another backorder. I ordered the headphones from Amazon, from my phone, in my local BB store and they arrived at my house the next day.

    I charged them up and gave them my first listen.

    My first response to them was startling.
    Sound quality, bass response, mids and highs are on ANOTHER level.
    It''s just PRISTINE quality.
    I used my regular tracks I use for testing and reference.
    I use a mix of dance, electronic, country music, classic rock and live concerts.
    I use Tidal MQA for most of them.
    I use a Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ as my source, using Tidal MQA tracks. (where available) All but one of my test tracks are MQA.
    I did A/B comparisons between these Sony headphones and my Bose equivalent model.

    The Sony''s are head and shoulders above the Bose in every aspect. I rarely buy headphones at full retail. I''m patient and wait for a sale or a used pair. I buy new tips, sanitize the buds and I''m good to go.

    Just get a pair of these Sony headphones if you have the means. If you don''t? Get a part time job to fund them! I rarely sell my other premium headphones. My Bose and Sennheisers are up for sale, after I write this review..
    5 people found this helpful
    Report
    DG
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Solid upgrade
    Reviewed in Canada on August 15, 2021
    Upgraded from XM3, much much better wearing comfort comparatively, feels more secure and sealed. The sound quality is always outstanding, that''s the biggest reason behind the purchase although I''m using Apple family products, but ironically these still sound wayyy better...See more
    Upgraded from XM3, much much better wearing comfort comparatively, feels more secure and sealed. The sound quality is always outstanding, that''s the biggest reason behind the purchase although I''m using Apple family products, but ironically these still sound wayyy better than AirPods or pro when using iPhone... 2 small flaws I''ve found so far, firstly the lid of the case is kinda loose when stays closed, it doesn''t bother anything functionally but still feel a bit annoying; second thing is about the microphone when speaking over the phone, it seems the other person could not hear me so well.
    Upgraded from XM3, much much better wearing comfort comparatively, feels more secure and sealed. The sound quality is always outstanding, that''s the biggest reason behind the purchase although I''m using Apple family products, but ironically these still sound wayyy better than AirPods or pro when using iPhone...

    2 small flaws I''ve found so far, firstly the lid of the case is kinda loose when stays closed, it doesn''t bother anything functionally but still feel a bit annoying; second thing is about the microphone when speaking over the phone, it seems the other person could not hear me so well.
    2 people found this helpful
    Report
    See all reviews
    Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
    Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.
    Brief content visible, double tap to read full content.
    Full content visible, double tap to read brief content.

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online

    popular Sony WF-1000XM4 Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly outlet sale Wireless Earbud Headphones high quality with Alexa Built-in, Black online