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Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)

Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)

Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
Sony - H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphone Grayish Black (WHH900N/B)
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Features

  • High-resolution Audio compatible. Supported Audio Format(s) - SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD, LDAC. Supported Content Protection - SCMS-T
  • DSEE HX Upscale compressed music to near high-resolution sound quality. Impedance (Ohm)- 32 ohm (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned on) , 16 ohm (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned off).Sensitivities (dB/mW)- 103 dB/mW (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned on), 98 dB/mW (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned off)Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication)- 20 Hz–20,000 Hz (44.1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz–40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps)
  • Digital noise cancelling and ambient sound mode let you control what you hear
  • Touch sensor control panel for easy operation
  • Fine-tune your sound using the Sony | headphones connect app
  • In the Box: Carrying Pouch, Connection Cable, USB Cable, Warranty Card, Operating Instructions, Reference Guide

Description

Enjoy more music, more comfort, and colors that fit seamlessly into your world. The H.Ear on 2 wireless NC Features high-resolution audio for studio-quality sound, plus better Bluetooth streaming with ldac. Digital noise cancelling blocks out the exterior world, or lets in the sounds you want to hear. Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication) - 20 Hz–20,000 Hz (44.1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz–40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps) Cord Length: Approx. 3.94 ft; Frequency Response: 5–40,000 Hz (JEITA); NFC: Yes; Cord Type: Single-sided (detachable); Volume Sensor: Touch sensor. Battery Charge Time Approx 6 hrs


Product Dimensions 6.9 x 4.53 x 7.88 inches


Item Weight 10.2 ounces


ASIN B074W5BKPH


Item model number WHH900N/B


Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 246 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,869 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 31, 2017


Manufacturer Sony


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Features

  • High-resolution Audio compatible. Supported Audio Format(s) - SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD, LDAC. Supported Content Protection - SCMS-T
  • DSEE HX Upscale compressed music to near high-resolution sound quality. Impedance (Ohm)- 32 ohm (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned on) , 16 ohm (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned off).Sensitivities (dB/mW)- 103 dB/mW (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned on), 98 dB/mW (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned off)Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication)- 20 Hz–20,000 Hz (44.1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz–40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps)
  • Digital noise cancelling and ambient sound mode let you control what you hear
  • Touch sensor control panel for easy operation
  • Fine-tune your sound using the Sony | headphones connect app
  • In the Box: Carrying Pouch, Connection Cable, USB Cable, Warranty Card, Operating Instructions, Reference Guide

Description

Enjoy more music, more comfort, and colors that fit seamlessly into your world. The H.Ear on 2 wireless NC Features high-resolution audio for studio-quality sound, plus better Bluetooth streaming with ldac. Digital noise cancelling blocks out the exterior world, or lets in the sounds you want to hear. Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication) - 20 Hz–20,000 Hz (44.1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz–40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps) Cord Length: Approx. 3.94 ft; Frequency Response: 5–40,000 Hz (JEITA); NFC: Yes; Cord Type: Single-sided (detachable); Volume Sensor: Touch sensor. Battery Charge Time Approx 6 hrs


Product Dimensions 6.9 x 4.53 x 7.88 inches


Item Weight 10.2 ounces


ASIN B074W5BKPH


Item model number WHH900N/B


Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 246 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,869 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 31, 2017


Manufacturer Sony


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • High-resolution Audio compatible. Supported Audio Format(s) - SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD, LDAC. Supported Content Protection - SCMS-T
  • DSEE HX Upscale compressed music to near high-resolution sound quality. Impedance (Ohm)- 32 ohm (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned on) , 16 ohm (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned off).Sensitivities (dB/mW)- 103 dB/mW (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned on), 98 dB/mW (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned off)Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication)- 20 Hz–20,000 Hz (44.1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz–40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps)
  • Digital noise cancelling and ambient sound mode let you control what you hear
  • Touch sensor control panel for easy operation
  • Fine-tune your sound using the Sony | headphones connect app
  • In the Box: Carrying Pouch, Connection Cable, USB Cable, Warranty Card, Operating Instructions, Reference Guide

Description

Enjoy more music, more comfort, and colors that fit seamlessly into your world. The H.Ear on 2 wireless NC Features high-resolution audio for studio-quality sound, plus better Bluetooth streaming with ldac. Digital noise cancelling blocks out the exterior world, or lets in the sounds you want to hear. Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication) - 20 Hz–20,000 Hz (44.1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz–40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps) Cord Length: Approx. 3.94 ft; Frequency Response: 5–40,000 Hz (JEITA); NFC: Yes; Cord Type: Single-sided (detachable); Volume Sensor: Touch sensor. Battery Charge Time Approx 6 hrs


Product Dimensions 6.9 x 4.53 x 7.88 inches


Item Weight 10.2 ounces


ASIN B074W5BKPH


Item model number WHH900N/B


Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 246 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,869 in Over-Ear Headphones


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available August 31, 2017


Manufacturer Sony


abunda_amazon_reviews No audiophile here, just a regular 42 year old man who likes headphones with his Note 8. As mentioned above I tried the Bowers and Wilkins PX, Sony 1000XM2 and the Beats Studio 3 and for me I liked these H900N's the best. The B&W's are the most premium but let me tell you they look absolutely ridiculous on my bald head and the clamping pressure was just way to intense. Sound quality aside, these were the worst of the bunch and most expensive. Beats Studio 3's look great, the Shadow Gray/Gold is attractive and they looked the best on my head, I enjoyed the clean design most of all. They look almost as good as my wired V-Moda M100's. However the lack of technology in these headphones ruled them out (no apt-x HD, no app and no feature to pause music for a conversation). The Sony 1000xM2 is very nice and I liked that the headphones fold flat, sound was excellent and noise cancelling pretty much perfect. However these also looked a little goofy on my head too and stuck out farther from my head than I liked. Plus they were $50 more at the time. I think a lot of people will really like the 1000xM2's and are worth consideration, especially if you want something a little more professional looking. But these H900N's look attractive (I still wish the headband didn't have such a large gap around the temple area of my head), have almost all the same technology as the 1000xM2's, have a nice app and perform with one hell of a punch. This color is a little more blue than gray but looks urban/stylish which I liked as well. They also are all plastic, maybe less premium than some would like for this price point but still feel quality and solid. My suggestion is to give these a shot if you're looking but cannot recommend enough to try them all and see what suits you best. For me, these are fantastic! A quick side note, Jim's Review Room on YouTube just reviewed these and it's really worth your time watching. He dives in deep with the noise cancellation features and shows you some of the app functionality.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Preferred over B&W PX, Sony 1000XM2 & Beats Studio 3;;J. Sorensen;;;I tried both these and the Bose Quietcomfort 35 II in a side by side. The Sonys work better for me but probably not for everyone. The Sony noise cancellation is excellent. I love being able to toggle through the modes to switch it on and off, if only just to hear how effective the tech is. Bose NC is actually better though by a bit which is borne out by data when you look at detailed reviews. I could tell in an office environment in a side by side test. But both are impressive and sufficient for my purposes. The touch controls on these headphones are actually awesome and the surprise hit feature for me. I didn't think I would care but being able to swipe the side of the earpiece and change volume, skip tracks and tap to pause is really convenient and slick. The Bose with its physical buttons looks about a decade older in comparison. I wouldn't want to go back to not having this feature but likely not a dealbreaker for some. I have had occasional bluetooth pairing hiccups (false positive pairing) with these headphones, which others have noted. Nothing I couldn't get around by trying again but it seems that there's some valid flaw here. In my tests the Bose headphones did exhibit that odd pressure on the eardrums that's can be found in a number of reviews of the headphones. I have pretty sensitive ears and found that I was often having to swallow and adjust my ear pressure, like when you're changing altitude. This was a dealbreaker for me, but again my ears are more sensitive than most. The Sonys don't have this issue. I found the Bose headphones slightly lighter and having a bit more comfortable fit. Sonys are still comfortable though and are very well constructed. They look and feel more expensive than the Bose model (which has about as much aesthetic appeal as the headphones that get handed out on a plane). The Sonys look sharp. The Sonys work well over my glasses. I didn't notice any issue with lower levels of noise cancellation or discomfort. This was a relief for me as I wear glasses often. The Sonys came with a carrying pouch. For this price, how about a case? Overall though I'm really impressed by these headphones and on balance they're better for me than the Bose model.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Well made, great sound, hold up well vs. Bose QuietComfomfort 35;;G. McDermott

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Sorensen - Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2018
Preferred over B&W PX, Sony 1000XM2 & Beats Studio 3
No audiophile here, just a regular 42 year old man who likes headphones with his Note 8. As mentioned above I tried the Bowers and Wilkins PX, Sony 1000XM2 and the Beats Studio 3 and for me I liked these H900N's the best. The B&W's are the most premium but let me tell you they look absolutely ridiculous on my bald head and the clamping pressure was just way to intense. Sound quality aside, these were the worst of the bunch and most expensive. Beats Studio 3's look great, the Shadow Gray/Gold is attractive and they looked the best on my head, I enjoyed the clean design most of all. They look almost as good as my wired V-Moda M100's. However the lack of technology in these headphones ruled them out (no apt-x HD, no app and no feature to pause music for a conversation). The Sony 1000xM2 is very nice and I liked that the headphones fold flat, sound was excellent and noise cancelling pretty much perfect. However these also looked a little goofy on my head too and stuck out farther from my head than I liked. Plus they were $50 more at the time. I think a lot of people will really like the 1000xM2's and are worth consideration, especially if you want something a little more professional looking. But these H900N's look attractive (I still wish the headband didn't have such a large gap around the temple area of my head), have almost all the same technology as the 1000xM2's, have a nice app and perform with one hell of a punch. This color is a little more blue than gray but looks urban/stylish which I liked as well. They also are all plastic, maybe less premium than some would like for this price point but still feel quality and solid. My suggestion is to give these a shot if you're looking but cannot recommend enough to try them all and see what suits you best. For me, these are fantastic! A quick side note, Jim's Review Room on YouTube just reviewed these and it's really worth your time watching. He dives in deep with the noise cancellation features and shows you some of the app functionality.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By G. McDermott - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018
Well made, great sound, hold up well vs. Bose QuietComfomfort 35
I tried both these and the Bose Quietcomfort 35 II in a side by side. The Sonys work better for me but probably not for everyone. The Sony noise cancellation is excellent. I love being able to toggle through the modes to switch it on and off, if only just to hear how effective the tech is. Bose NC is actually better though by a bit which is borne out by data when you look at detailed reviews. I could tell in an office environment in a side by side test. But both are impressive and sufficient for my purposes. The touch controls on these headphones are actually awesome and the surprise hit feature for me. I didn't think I would care but being able to swipe the side of the earpiece and change volume, skip tracks and tap to pause is really convenient and slick. The Bose with its physical buttons looks about a decade older in comparison. I wouldn't want to go back to not having this feature but likely not a dealbreaker for some. I have had occasional bluetooth pairing hiccups (false positive pairing) with these headphones, which others have noted. Nothing I couldn't get around by trying again but it seems that there's some valid flaw here. In my tests the Bose headphones did exhibit that odd pressure on the eardrums that's can be found in a number of reviews of the headphones. I have pretty sensitive ears and found that I was often having to swallow and adjust my ear pressure, like when you're changing altitude. This was a dealbreaker for me, but again my ears are more sensitive than most. The Sonys don't have this issue. I found the Bose headphones slightly lighter and having a bit more comfortable fit. Sonys are still comfortable though and are very well constructed. They look and feel more expensive than the Bose model (which has about as much aesthetic appeal as the headphones that get handed out on a plane). The Sonys look sharp. The Sonys work well over my glasses. I didn't notice any issue with lower levels of noise cancellation or discomfort. This was a relief for me as I wear glasses often. The Sonys came with a carrying pouch. For this price, how about a case? Overall though I'm really impressed by these headphones and on balance they're better for me than the Bose model.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. Sorensen - Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2018
Preferred over B&W PX, Sony 1000XM2 & Beats Studio 3
No audiophile here, just a regular 42 year old man who likes headphones with his Note 8. As mentioned above I tried the Bowers and Wilkins PX, Sony 1000XM2 and the Beats Studio 3 and for me I liked these H900N's the best. The B&W's are the most premium but let me tell you they look absolutely ridiculous on my bald head and the clamping pressure was just way to intense. Sound quality aside, these were the worst of the bunch and most expensive. Beats Studio 3's look great, the Shadow Gray/Gold is attractive and they looked the best on my head, I enjoyed the clean design most of all. They look almost as good as my wired V-Moda M100's. However the lack of technology in these headphones ruled them out (no apt-x HD, no app and no feature to pause music for a conversation). The Sony 1000xM2 is very nice and I liked that the headphones fold flat, sound was excellent and noise cancelling pretty much perfect. However these also looked a little goofy on my head too and stuck out farther from my head than I liked. Plus they were $50 more at the time. I think a lot of people will really like the 1000xM2's and are worth consideration, especially if you want something a little more professional looking. But these H900N's look attractive (I still wish the headband didn't have such a large gap around the temple area of my head), have almost all the same technology as the 1000xM2's, have a nice app and perform with one hell of a punch. This color is a little more blue than gray but looks urban/stylish which I liked as well. They also are all plastic, maybe less premium than some would like for this price point but still feel quality and solid. My suggestion is to give these a shot if you're looking but cannot recommend enough to try them all and see what suits you best. For me, these are fantastic! A quick side note, Jim's Review Room on YouTube just reviewed these and it's really worth your time watching. He dives in deep with the noise cancellation features and shows you some of the app functionality.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By G. McDermott - Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2018
Well made, great sound, hold up well vs. Bose QuietComfomfort 35
I tried both these and the Bose Quietcomfort 35 II in a side by side. The Sonys work better for me but probably not for everyone. The Sony noise cancellation is excellent. I love being able to toggle through the modes to switch it on and off, if only just to hear how effective the tech is. Bose NC is actually better though by a bit which is borne out by data when you look at detailed reviews. I could tell in an office environment in a side by side test. But both are impressive and sufficient for my purposes. The touch controls on these headphones are actually awesome and the surprise hit feature for me. I didn't think I would care but being able to swipe the side of the earpiece and change volume, skip tracks and tap to pause is really convenient and slick. The Bose with its physical buttons looks about a decade older in comparison. I wouldn't want to go back to not having this feature but likely not a dealbreaker for some. I have had occasional bluetooth pairing hiccups (false positive pairing) with these headphones, which others have noted. Nothing I couldn't get around by trying again but it seems that there's some valid flaw here. In my tests the Bose headphones did exhibit that odd pressure on the eardrums that's can be found in a number of reviews of the headphones. I have pretty sensitive ears and found that I was often having to swallow and adjust my ear pressure, like when you're changing altitude. This was a dealbreaker for me, but again my ears are more sensitive than most. The Sonys don't have this issue. I found the Bose headphones slightly lighter and having a bit more comfortable fit. Sonys are still comfortable though and are very well constructed. They look and feel more expensive than the Bose model (which has about as much aesthetic appeal as the headphones that get handed out on a plane). The Sonys look sharp. The Sonys work well over my glasses. I didn't notice any issue with lower levels of noise cancellation or discomfort. This was a relief for me as I wear glasses often. The Sonys came with a carrying pouch. For this price, how about a case? Overall though I'm really impressed by these headphones and on balance they're better for me than the Bose model.