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Sony WH-XB700 EXTRA BASS Wireless Headphones, 30 hours battery life, on-ear style, optimised for voice assistant - Black

Brand - Sony

Average rating 4.69

26 Reviews | 0 Votes

£130.00£86.85
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EXTRA BASS technology Bluetooth and NFC Google Assistant and Alexa for hands-free control Sleek design and long listen comfort

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Absolutely great

Mar 09, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

Amazing headphones

Feb 09, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

Easy to use, great sound, good quality-price

Feb 05, 2020

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Amazon Customer Review

The bass are good I still like the scullcandy chrusher wireless better for the bass but the sound quality just as good any expensive headphones out there ,my three headphones I use all the time is the sony xm3 and scullcandy crushers and these ,I say these are the best for doing a work out cause they are so light and smaller than the other two ,the onely bad thing I say is out of the box the volume is not as loud as I like it but I'm a def bum cause I listen to music every day lol ,but if you go volume loud on spotify settings its loud enough ,you should definitely by these if dont want to spend for the sony xm3 or the bose cause I think they just as good sound quality but with out the noise cancelling and some other stuff witch you do pay extra for,just get them lol

Feb 03, 2020

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Excellent headphones and amazing sound quality

Jan 16, 2020

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Review of Sony WH-XB700's, used with a Samsung S10, in the gym, also with comparisons to the Sony MDR-XB650BT's which this model replaces.

Initial impressions when unboxing was that they felt a little cheap and frail. That hasn't proved to be a problem though, once worn they look good and there is no creaking. I love the clean design vs the 650's.

The padding on the ears cups is softer and there is less clamping force, meaning they are more comfortable to wear than the 650's, yet still stay in place just fine, on the downside though, they make my ears warmer.

The sound quality is a little better than the 650's, the mids and highs are clearer. The max volume though is fractionally quieter than the 650's and they were never loud enough for me. I would much rather sacrifice some of the 30hr battery life for a higher volume level! They also support a wired connection which the 650's did not.

The button controls have changed. The 650's had a button for volume up, a button for volume down and a rocker switch for play/pause/forward/back/answer/end. The rocker switch meant you could skip tracks by sliding the rocker forwards or backwards, then simply press it for play/pause/answer/end. On the 700's there is a button for volume up, a button for volume down and a single button for play/pause/forward/back/answer/end. You have click it twice for the next track and three time to back a track. This is annoying if you want to go back several tracks, like tapping out morse code!

The placement of the smart assistant button (back of the left ear cup) means that it is easy to press by mistake with your left thumb if you grab the ear cups to adjust the positioning on your head. This gets annoying quite quickly as it beeps and the music pauses waiting for you to say something.

If you want to change the bass or equaliser settings in the accompanying headphones app then the codec quality drops from aptX to SBC. Fortunately for me I was happy with all the default settings.

Overall they are a decent pair of headphones, though for me they not the upgrade over the 650's I was hoping for...

Jan 02, 2020

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