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Is the WF-1000XM3 the best set of Sony earbuds yet?

Sony’s true wireless buds are a good deal, but your user reviews can tell us if they're worth it.
Amber Bouman, @dameright
January 9, 2020
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Reviewers often find a lot of drawbacks with the sound and features of wireless earbuds, but that wasn't the case when Engadget senior news editor Billy Steele got his hands on Sony's WF-1000XM3. Not only did he feel the earbuds excelled at providing exceptionally good sound across a range of music genres, he was impressed by the active noise cancellation, features in the companion app and the stellar battery life. He also appreciated the price ($230) which helped the WF-1000XM3 earn a notable score of 89.

If you also own these earbuds, do you agree with Billy's assessment? Are you impressed with the sound quality, audio profiles and custom EQ? How well do they fit your ears? Do you miss having on-board volume controls? Tell us all the ins and outs of these earbuds with your own user review on the WF-1000XM3 product page -- your detailed opinions and first-hand experiences help other readers make their own buying decisions. And remember, the best reviews could get included in a user review roundup article (or even a best-of list)!

Note: As usual, comments are closed for this post. However, we'd love to hear all your opinions and impressions on our Sony WF-1000XM3 product page!

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