The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

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Best Sony Headphones Buying Guide: Welcome to What Hi-Fi overview of the best Sony headphones you can buy in 2020.

Are you looking for a new pair of headphones? Sony will probably be on your list as the company is in brilliant shape right now. The Japanese giant has some of the best headphones on the planet in its arsenal. So whether you're looking for in-ear, wireless, or noise-canceling headphones, there should be a pair of Sony headphones for everyone in your current range.

  

So what should you look for before buying a pair of Sony headphones? First of all, you need to choose a style (in / on / over the ear) and then think about what features you want. Do you want a portable pair to go to work or to the gym, or are you going to use them mainly at home? If you want Bluetooth and noise cancellation, be sure to check the battery life.

Some of the best Sony headphones have touch controls for functions like play / pause, skip tracks, etc. High-end models need to be plugged into a dedicated headphone amplifier for maximum listening. These are all things to consider.

Read on for our roundup of the best Sony headphones for 2020, of all the models we've tested that are still available to buy.

The best headphones 2020: all styles, all budgets

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

1. Sony WH-1000XM3

Unbeatable terrain: the best Sony headphones you can buy now.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: Yes | Battery duration: 30 hours | Noise Cancellation: Yes | Microphone / remote control online: No | 3 .5mm connector: Yes | Weight: 254g

Reasons to buy

Natural and complete sound quality

The best noise cancellation that exists.

Extremely comfortable

Reasons to avoid

Exposes weaker recordings

Complicated touch controls

Some of the most comfortable noise-canceling headphones we've tested, these Sony headphones feature a touch panel on the right earbud for controls. Keep your hand on it and it will calm what it sounds so you can hear the outside world. You can also speak to control one of your voice assistants, be it Siri or Google Assistant.

The battery life is approximately 30 hours, while the Sonys can go from empty to full in three hours. Even a five minute charge should be enough for five hours of use.

The noise cancellation of these award-winning headphones is excellent, and the sound? Gloriously open and spacious, giving each instrument room to breathe. For their money, they're a pair of virtually flawless noise-canceling headphones. Beats, Bose and Sennheiser offer rivals, but none can match them for sound quality.

Read the full review: Sony WH-1000XM3

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

2. Sony WF-1000XM3

The best Sony in-ear headphones on the market right now.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: Yes | Battery duration: 24 hours | Noise Cancellation: Yes | Microphone / remote control online: No | 3 .5mm connector: No | Weight: 8.5g

Reasons to buy

Great timing and musicality.

Impressive battery life

Comfortable fit

Reasons to avoid

Does not support aptX HD

Headphones lack volume control

If you want a lot of the performance of the WH-1000XM3 (mentioned above), but in an in-ear package, you should take a look and see the WF-1000XM3. They are a brilliant combination of features and performance.

Active noise cancellation is unique and works great, and you get up to 32 hours of battery life with the help of its carrying case. Sonys sit comfortably in their ears and even manage to press the touch controls for music playback. However, they are not waterproof, so we do not recommend that you use them for running outdoors or in the gym.

Just like their siblings by ear, these Sony hearing aids deliver detailed, dynamic, musical sound. They're not just the best in-ear headphones from Sony on the market, they're among the best you can buy, period.

Read the full review: Sony WF-1000XM3

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

3. Sony MDR-EX650AP

From sound to fit, the EX650 is everything a couple of budgets should be.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: No | Battery duration: N / A Noise Cancellation: No | Microphone / remote control online: Yes | 3 .5mm connector: Yes | Weight: 9g

Reasons to buy

Comfortable and secure fit

Solid, heavy and forceful delivery

Expansive sound stage

Made of trombone material, these bright and affordable ears are extremely comfortable and offer plenty of performance for very little money. An expansive, open soundstage gives way to a fabulously immersive performance with a heavy bass that relies on tonal balance.

They will happily go over almost anything, effortlessly balancing details, dynamics, and rhythm. They also fit comfortably and offer good insulation from the outside world. The remote has a single button, so there is no volume control, but it does mean that these buttons will work well with Android and iOS devices.

Do you want a simple but brilliant and wallet friendly update? Look no further.

Read the full review: Sony MDR-EX650AP

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

4. Sony Playstation 4 Platinum Headphones

One of the best gaming headphones you can buy, especially if you play on PS4.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: Yes | Battery duration: 11 hours | Noise Cancellation: No | Microphone / remote control online: No | 3 .5mm connector: Yes | Weight: 318g

Reasons to buy

Accurate and balanced sound.

Comfortable fit

Ideal for PS4 users

3D audio in some games

Reasons to avoid

Virtual Surround Sound is not great

The microphone picks up background noise.

Violin buttons

Despite being aimed at gamers who prefer PS4, these over-ear still work with PC, Xbox and Switch. And they sound so good that we would seriously consider updating them, whatever your console.

Some of the main features aren't that impressive: Virtual surround sound is clearly average, and 3D audio is only available in a handful of games, but the sound quality on offer more than makes up for it. They sound exciting, with impressive clarity, lots of detail and well-defined bass. You'll have a hard time finding a gaming headset with better sound.

Read the full review: Sony PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headphones

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

5. Sony MDR-Z1R

With the correct font, these premium headphones sound remarkably.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: No | Battery duration: N / A Noise Cancellation: No | Microphone / remote control online: No | 3 .5mm connector: Yes | Weight: 385g

Reasons to buy

Excellent detail resolution

Powerful bass

Excellent construction and finish

Reasons to avoid

Demand quality electronics

At £ 1,700, these Sony headphones won't be for everyone. But, when it comes to their sound, they are delivered in swords. The bass is of seismic proportions, although it never dominates the sound; Instead, it displays a delicate combination of power, authority, and agility that few rivals can match.

There is also an impressive scale and the tonality is very well balanced. They sound surprisingly open and roomy for a pair of closed headphones. If you can feed these Sonys with music from appropriate electronic devices, you will be properly rewarded.

Read the full review: Sony MDR-Z1R

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

6. Sony WH-CH700N

A wireless noise canceling package for under £ 100.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: Yes | Battery duration: 35 hours | Noise Cancellation: Yes | Microphone / remote control online: No | 3 .5mm connector: Yes | Weight: 240g

Reasons to buy

Detailed musical performance

Powerful and heavy bass

Impressive battery life

Reasons to avoid

Rudimentary noise cancellation

With on-board noise canceling and wireless capabilities, these Sony headsets offer plenty of features for under £ 100. It also has 35 hours of battery life, with a 10-minute charge that keeps them running for about an hour. The emphasis is on the bass, but not enough to dominate the sound, while time and organization make listening enjoyable. If you want lots of bells and whistles without breaking the bank, you can't go wrong.

Read the full review: Sony WH-CH700N

The best Sony 2020 headphones: economic, premium, Bluetooth, with noise cancellation

7. Sony WI-1000X

Decent sound and noise cancellation make these headphones a smart choice.

SPECIFICATIONS

Kind: In the ear | Wireless: Yes | Battery duration: 10 hours | Noise Cancellation: Yes | Microphone / remote control online: No | 3 .5mm connector: Yes | Weight: 71g

Reasons to buy

Punchy bass

Insightful Midrange

Well balanced

Neckband headphones aren't for everyone, but these are some of the best. They're wireless, and the band helps keep them in place while they're out of your ears; This means that you are less likely to lose them. There are different degrees of noise cancellation and impressive dynamics, detail and precision in the show. A big step forward for those who want portability in the ear with a long-lasting battery. You should get 10 hours of use with noise cancellation enabled and 17 hours with this turned off.

Read the full review: Sony WI-1000X

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