Sony has been in the news for a long time now, and it’s not because they made a great smartphone or anything like that. Well, they made a good smartphone which was named Sony Xperia 1 Mark II, but the problem is, the phone seems to be overpriced for the value it offers, even though the specs are right. But the main reason they get talked about a lot and rightly so is because of their pair of headphones which is the Sony WH1000XM3 from last year.
First of all, we know and agree that the naming system is annoying, but if you want a simplification, it’s about the WH wireless headphones, the name of the 1000X series and the M3-mark III. These headphones are known to offer the best noise reduction on the market of any headset surpassing those from Bose, which were the market leaders in this department before Sony came along.
Now the company has made it even better to upgrade their already great pair of headphones with the release of the Sony Mark IIII, to keep things simple. The name is still Sony WH1000XM4 but you can just call it Mark 4 or 4th gen and that should be fine.
The complaint from users about the Sony XM3 was that it did not support multiple devices, meaning you could only connect to one device at a time. This meant that if you were using a desktop, laptop, and phone, you had to connect your headphones to each device separately rather than seamless switching.
You would be happy to note that this issue has now been fixed as Sony has allowed support for two devices at the same time with the XM4s. Not only that, Sony has also improved the best-in-class noise cancellation technology to make it even better. On top of that the price remains the same as last year which is $ 349.99 and while some would have hoped for a price drop of $ 50 Sony knows they are leaders so why would – they.
Don’t worry, as we usually see some great deals on the Prime Day sale on Amazon or specials on Best Buy or Target and it’s usually on sale during the holiday season so you can buy them for less. As for availability, you will be receiving these headphones from mid-August but the exact dates have yet to be revealed.