Sony WF-1000XM3 review


The WFF-1000XM3 is based on the original for another great true wireless earbud. The audio quality is great, the design is refined and they take pride in many features such as noise cancellation, which is a true wireless matchup. Although they do not have the best battery stamina in the class and they lack high quality Aptx Bluetooth, it is just as great for ear wireless.


  • Great musical sound quality
  • Super noise cancellation
  • Snug, comfortable fit
  • Rock solid wireless connectivity
  • Great with all types of music


  • Adaptive Sound Control can intrude
  • No aptX

Key Specifications

  • Review Price: £220
  • 6mm driver
  • Quick charging
  • Google Assistant compatible
  • HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1e
  • Up to 24 hours battery life (noise cancelling on)

The Sony WF-1000XM3 follow up the WF-1000X true wireless earbuds with claims of improved noise cancellation, stronger wireless connectivity and an even better sound.

When we reviewed the original WF-1000X we were very impressed and called them “the world’s best wireless earphones.” While genuine wireless earphones were relatively new at the time, a few brands adopted the “sound first” approach, indicating Sony’s entry into the market

It paid great price for Japanese companies and since then the market for real wireless earbuds has exploded. Brands big and small have tried to grab a piece of the pie, but the WFF-1000X remains at the top of the pile – until now.

Sony is back with the WWF-1000XM3, which builds on Originals with improvements in practically every field.

Sony has set up the stall to create the best stroll wireless earbuds with the WF-1000XM3. On the front, it is absolutely successful.


Sony WF-1000XM3 design and build – A comfortable and elegant-looking pair of true wireless earbuds

The WF-1000XM3 is smaller, though not as small as the Erin M-2. They still have plenty, but they are not as complicated as other joints, but those who have small ears can try out shapes before buying.

Still, they are paying close attention to form, with features such as the Sony, an elegant and ear-catching ear.

It’s like presenting a capsule with a space station inserted into your ear. Before the bend, the Sony logo points downward to fit them vertically so that they are facing forward. Sony told me that it was one of the few that studied thousands of ear shapes for production, thanks to Sony’s ergonomic tri-hold structure that sits neatly and comfortably.

The transparent tip of the original has been replaced by an LED light that indicates when charging or when they exit the case. Touch panels, on the other hand, can be customized through the Sony headphone app.

Unlike the original, the WF-1000 cannot be powered by the XM3 Touch. It is released in the headphone application with battery-level indicator.

Bring the charging case and W ear to the WF-1000XM3 pair with the latest known device on the left for the right ear defaults and enclosure sound format for playback. There is no volume control which means your mobile device must be removed for this to change.

Downstairs there is a proximity sensor that stops playback once the earbuds are removed. Return the earbuds and resume playback.

Although the WF-1000XM3 charging case is practically the same as the WF-1000X, it does look very heavy when charging with an AirPod or AirPod Pro. You will find USB-C charging with the WF-1000XM3 with the same cable as the WA-1000XM3.

With the word canceled, the WFF-1000XM3 has six hours of stamina and a total of three more charges in a total of 24 hours. This is the same area as the AirPods (2019), but below Cambridge Audio Melomania 1.

This is a respectable score, especially with the added drain of word cancellation. Switch it up and jump up to eight hours of battery life with three more charges for a total of 32.

Sony WF-1000XM3 features – Snug fit makes for a very impressive noise-cancellation performance

You may have noticed that Sony called it M3. Whatever happened to the WF-1000XM2? Well, they don’t exist.

One of the reasons why Sony jumped into the M3 designation is because the two models share the same technology HD Noise canceling processor QN1e chip, and their compatibility with the WH-1000XM3.

Each earbed has a chip, which includes a DAC and analog amplifier, a digital noise-canceling engine, and a 24-bit signal processor. While the end result is not as good as the over-ear performance of the W-1000XM3, it marks a great advancement for true wireless earbuds in the same region.

Sony has no support for LDAC or Aptx Bluetooth, which is a shame. Regardless, there have been moments of signal interruption or delay.

Sony says that this improved performance has resulted in a simultaneous Bluetooth transmission, left / right, instead of sending the antenna structure to the left and sending it to the left earbird and the signal to the right.

Touch panels can be customized in the headphone app, so the function can be changed to voice control in Google Assistant or left-hand earbud playback control which has no option to assign useful functions to left-hand users. There is a mic on each earbed for receiving calls.

When deployed, the adapter sound control responds to what you are doing and changes the flight feed noise canceling changes the feed forward and back mic sound levels and whether you are standing, sitting or walking or whether you are on public transport or not. The app can detect noise cancellation in response.

The problem I have with Adaptive Sound Control is that there are times when it becomes intrusive for the listener experience. This creates a “ping” word to register the change in position, causing a break as it adjusts to playback. It happens to be more than my choice but can be completely stopped.

Sony did not confirm any IP ratings, but said that the WF-1000 was not designed for the XM3 workout. I used these at the gym and it didn’t take long for an earring to read.

Sony WF-1000XM3 sound quality − A terrific performer that can handle any type of music

The WF-1000XM3 has a signature near the WH-1000XM3 which is a significant achievement in engineering on Sony’s part. Its presentation is measured, balanced and musical.

Having tested everything from ‘50s pop to ‘80s R & B, nu metal, film soundtracks, jazz compositions, Motown, rock ‘n’ roll, punk rock and classical music, the WF-1000XM3 are flustered by anything you throw at them.

The layout of John Wasson’s caravan creates a great deal of flow, with the brass instruments well-described and the depth of soundstage that creates an idea of ​​how each instrument is blended. It keeps the track’s dynamics fragile, sometimes not dragging or feeling stiff.

They can dig a lot of detail with confidence, but even more important, there is a subtlety and importance to how the WF-1000XM3 goes about their business. They reveal without being particularly descriptive about the character of the track.

If a track requires some muscularity, the WFF-1000XM3 can produce more offseason. If a track calls for a subtle touch, they can handle it very easily.

I’m still not tired of hearing them. As a best effort, the WFF-1000XM3 is an irreplaceable pair of earrings.

Should I buy the Sony WF-1000XM3?

There have been plenty of genuine wireless endeavors, but none like Sony offer all-round packages.

The Erin M-2 had a very good audio performance, but the battery life is weak and the pair thick. The wireless connection of the Apple AirPods (2019) is impressively stable and arguably the best in the field. In other cases, especially the sound, Sony surpasses the past.

And then Cambridge Audio has Myelomania ১ They are cheaper and have better stamina. Although they lack the word cancellation. For those on a budget, Melanomania 1 is like considering the light of being less objectionable than a wallet.

The Sony WF-1000XM3 delivers top quality features and sound. They are the best pair to discard genuine wireless earbuds from the Gold WFF-1000X.

Trusted Score:                                               ∗∗∗∗∗