Product Comparison: Sony MDR-100ABN vs Sony WH-1000XM3
- They feel well made, look stylish and ooze quality just as you expect from Sony.
- These headphones are sturdy and very well constructed. They are not so light but the clever design makes up for it.
- Very comfortable on the ears and the noise cancellation is brilliant.
- They're perfect for VR, basically. Sound great, don't wobble about and are very comfortable for long periods.
- The build quality is solid and can take a lot of knocks. High Quality product in every sense
- I like the compact carrying case and how the headphones fold-up in it. Nice.
- Compact, solidly built, has a built-in divider for the cords, has both a handle strap and an outer mesh slip pocket.
- They are comfortable and fold up very compact into the case that they come with.
- They're also very compact and light compared to other competitors noise cancelling headphones I've tried.
- They are also very light weight. Ear cups are nice and soft. Noise canceling is fantastic just walking around a busy city.
- There is the feeling that they are solid and not flimsy and should last a long time.
- There's no faulting the sound quality. I was messing with the EQ for ages. The sounds are crisp and clear and the quality seems to be the same in bluetooth and wired mode.
- The connection is simply amazing! I can walk downstairs away from my phone and still have a reliable, clear connection!
- The noise cancelling is brilliant, though I haven't tried it with the active NC on, even off I noticed a big difference as soon as I put the headphones on.
- Bass, clear and defined. Noise cancelling works a treat, drowning out the usual din on an airplane.
- The app was very cool with tons of customization possible. NFC pairing is very quick and painless pairing.
- Nice quality sound, excellent connection, and even the microphones had a pretty good quality for phone calls.
- The bass is pronounced but not overbearing and the mids and highs are crisp and clear.
- The headphones sound great. Noise cancelling is superb. They are comfy. I use them as a phone headset a lot.
- The function touch pad is sensitive and easy to unintentionally do something like skip the track when adjusting the headset on your ears. It's annoying when it happens.
- The fact that you can turn off the noise cancellation while in wireless mode is handy to save and extend battery life as I believe the Bose QC35 can only do this when a cable is attached.
- Battery life is very good, even though I haven't been tracking it I do get over 10 hours of BT+ANC listening on full volume.
- Battery life is good for near 2 and a bit days, dependant on use.
- Excellent battery, last days on end with regular use, feel like it is well put together no faults had it nearly a year
- Lovely sound quality, comfortable over the ears, very long battery life.
- These headphones have excellent battery life, amazing noise-canceling and I'd highly recommend them, if my pair hadn't broken.
- The battery life on these is also amazing! And USB-C definitely takes that to the next level with the quick charge feature.
- These are my first set of noise cancelling headphones and I'm very impressed. The battery life is phenomenal. The noise cancelling is incredible.
- Battery life is as advertised. Long lasting and easy to recharge. Usb C is a great choice when trying to plug in in the dark.
- Battery life isn't anywhere near the 30 hours advertised. Changing the volume is hard, a lot of the time you skip tracks instead of adjusting volume.