Sale! Sony WFSP800N/B Truly Wireless Sports In-Ear Noise Canceling Headphones

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  • MPN: WFSP800NB
  • Features: Replaceable Ear Tips, Playback Controls, Volume Control, Rechargeable Battery, Noise Cancellation, Noise Isolation, Ambient Sound Mode, Extra Bass, Built-In On/Off Switch, NFC Bluetooth Pairing, Stereo, Touch Control
  • Color: Black
  • Number of Earpieces: Double
  • Type: Earbud (In Ear)
  • Wireless Technology: Bluetooth
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth
  • Model: WFSP800N/B
  • Form Factor: In-Ear Only
  • UPC: 027242919433
  • EAN: 0027242919433

User reviews

It seems like there are two types of earbuds out there - the round ones, like these, and the oval ones, like from Bose and Apple. The build and sound quality of these are top notch, and the only suggestion I would have is to check which buds will work best for your ear shape. The silicone tips (there are 3 sizes included) have a tendency to work out of my ears, and I think it's because my ears are better suited to the oval styles. That's not to say this isn't a good product - it's a great product, with a great software interface and great build quality. But I'd say that, if possible, determine if you are a round or oval bud person. There may be a solution, however - Comply makes foam tips that fit all kinds of earbuds, and from what I've read the foam tip solution for these may solve the only issue that I have with them - that is, my own ear shape. I can't say enough about the product - it's great. But getting a strong seal to get that great sound may be a challenge, and rather than return these I'm in search of foam tips that will solve my issue. -- Edit - with the new foam tips these are perfect.
Personally I’m all about sound quality. The intention to purchase those headphones was to replace my old MDR-XB80BS workout headphones and also, why not, to provide an upgrade in terms of sound quality, aspect, battery life and so on. It was a surprise to see that sound quality difference between these and my old ones is incomparable and that the MDR’s are still exploding with the LDAC technology. But despite the sound quality, those headphones are pretty cool.
Pros: Best sound of all in ear wireless Cons: huge charging case, steep learning curve, poor instructions. First, how to insert these in your ears so they dont fall off - needs a youtube video, otherwise takes a long time to figure out. Spent a week with these falling out until I used a camera to take pictures of them in my ear to figure out the issue. They have these ear wings which are not intuitive how they work. Same with ambient sound. If you persist, you are rewarded with excellent sound, but many people will just give up

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