Sony's revamped wireless noise-canceling earbuds are a revelation

Sony might have finally crafted the perfect pair of truly wireless And they have great noise canceling, to boot.

Sony's revamped wireless noise-canceling earbuds are a revelation

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The WF-1000XM3 ($230) is its latest entry in premium noise canceling wireless earbuds, and it brings along some of the company’s tech from last year’s excellent over-ear headphones.

And I find their main selling point — the complete absence of any wires — to be more of an inconvenience. (Where do you put them if you need to yank one out to talk to someone? ) But leave it to Sony to finally deliver a pair of wireless earbuds that even a curmudgeon like me can adore.

Based on my testing with pre-production units, the WF-1000XM3 feel incredibly comfortable and deliver the best sound quality I’ve ever encountered from truly wireless buds.

Sony has crafted a pair of wireless earbuds that don’t feel like you’re compromising sound quality.

The WF-1000XM3 feature everything we'd want in truly wireless earbuds.

The WF-1000XM3 feature everything we'd want in truly wireless earbuds.

For once, I didn’t feel like I was missing key aspects of my music, which is more than I can say for every other pair of wireless earbuds I’ve tried.

Everybody seems to love wireless earbuds these days, but for the past few years, I’ve yet to find a pair that truly satisfied me.

They always sound worse than wireless earbuds with short cables, like the BeatsX.

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