Sony's newest true wireless earbuds feature even more impressive sound and active noise canceling than before — and while some features are hit-or-miss, the quality and performance here are undeniable.
You don't have to pay full price to get yourself a set of Sony's latest noise-cancelling headphones. Check out all these great discounts from around the web on the Sony WH-1000XM4 and get yourself some new cans for less.
Pick up a pair of Sony's WH-1000XM4 Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones at nearly $75 off their regular price for a limited time! Today's deal is available on all three colorways of the headphones, including Black, Blue, and Silver.
Sony's latest noise-canceling headphones are among the best on the market, but if the earpads wear out or get damaged you may want to replace them. Let's look at your options for freshening up your favorite headphone's earpads.
Sony launched the WH-1000XM4 just a few months ago, and the noise-canceling headphones are picking up their first major discount for Prime Day. You can get your hands on the WH-1000XM4 for just $298 — $51 off their retail price — and get a $25 Amazon gif card thrown in for free.
There are a lot of headphone battles taking place in the Bluetooth space, including with over-the-ear options. Sony's back with the seemingly-iterative update in the WH-1000XM4s, so how do they stack up against Sennheiser's great Momentum Wireless 3 headphones?
When it comes to over-the-ear noise-cancelling headphones, there are two main players - Bose and Sony. But how do the new WH-1000XM4s compare to Bose's NC 700, which have been around for a little while?
Three years is a long time in the tech world, but it's not all that long when you consider that Sony has stuck with the same design for the WH-1000XM4 as was found on the WH-1000XM2s. How do the new headphones stack up against the old ones, and is it time to upgrade?
Although Bose has already released a newer version of its flagship noise-cancelling headphones, the Bose QC35 IIs are still quite capable. But do they still have enough juice left in them to keep up with Sony's latest offering in the WH-1000XM4? It's closer than you may think.
Sony's WH-1000XM4 are finally here, and they keep the same great design that we are all used to, while adding necessary features. But do these feature upgrades really warrant you to spend some more dough on headphones when the WH-1000XM3 are still great?