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Sony WH-1000XM5 Auriculares inalámbricos líderes en la industria con optimizador de cancelación automática de ruido,

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Los auriculares WH-1000XM5 reescriben las reglas para escuchar sin distracciones. El WH1000XM5 tiene dos procesadores que controlan 8 micrófonos para una cancelación de ruido sin precedentes y una calidad de llamada excepcional. Con un controlador recientemente desarrollado, DSEE – Extreme y Hires admite audio los auriculares WH-1000XM5 proporcionan una calidad de audio impresionante.


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WH-1000XM5

YOUR WORLD. NOTHING ELSE.

Industry Leading* Noise Canceling Headphones

Incomparable noise processing

Two processors control 8 microphones

Specially developed by Sony, the new Integrated Processor V1 unlocks the full potential of our HD Noise Canceling Processor QN1. This unique combination of technology controls 8 microphones to deliver unprecedent noise canceling quality.

Industry-leading Digital Noise Cancellation

Industry Leading Noise Cancellation

From airplane noise to people’s voices, our WH-1000XM5 wireless headphones keep out more high and mid frequency sounds than ever. And with Auto NC Optimizer, noise canceling is automatically optimized based on your wearing conditions and environment.

All day power and quick charging

All day power and quick charging

With up to 30 hours of battery life, you’ll have enough power even for long trips. If you need to charge in a hurry, you can get 3 hours’ worth of charge after just 3 minutes with an optional USB-PD compatible AC adapter.

Crystal clear hands-free calling

Crystal clear hands-free calling

With Precise Voice Pickup Technology & advanced audio signal processing, the person on the other end of the call will hear your voice clearly, even when you are in noisy situations. Equipped with two beamforming microphones on each earcup, these headphones are calibrated to only pick up your voice.

All day comfort with an elegant design

All day comfort with an elegant design

These lightweight headphones are beautifully finished in newly developed soft fit leather. This material fits snugly around the head with less pressure on the ears while keeping out external sounds. The stepless slider, seamless swivel and hanger, and silent joints, makes it a pleasure to wear.

Multipoint connection

Multipoint connection

These headphones can be paired with two Bluetooth devices at the same time. So when a call comes in, your headphones know which device is ringing and connects to the right one automatically. You’ll also be able to quickly switch your headphones to either of the two devices at the touch of a button.

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Touch controls

Touch controls

Pause/play/skip tracks, control volume, activate your voice assistant, and answer phone calls.

Speak to Chat

Speak to Chat

As soon as you start a conversation, Speak-to-Chat automatically stops your music and lets in ambient sound.

Adaptive Sound Control

Adaptive Sound Control

Automatically optimizes volume based on your environment learning your behavior and recognizes locations that you frequently visit.

Collapsible case saves space

Collapsible case saves space

Carry your headphones effortlessly in the redesigned case.

Sony Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones

WH-1000XM5

WH-1000XM5

WH-1000XM4

WH-1000XM4

WH-XB910N

WH-XB910N

Noise Canceling

Industry-Leading Noise Canceling

Noise Canceling

Premium Noise Cancellation

Noise Canceling

Digital Noise Cancellation

Battery Life

30 Hrs, 3 Min charge for 3 Hrs playback

Battery Life

30 Hrs, 10 Min charge for 5 Hrs playback

Battery Life

30 Hrs, 10 Min charge for 4.5 Hrs playback

Hands-free Calling

Yes with 4 microphones

Hands-free Calling

Yes

Hands-free Calling

Yes

Multi Device Connection

Yes

Multi Device Connection

Yes

Multi Device Connection

Yes

Special Features

Auto Noise Canceling Optimizer, Carrying Case, Wearing detection, Touch Control

Special Features

Foldable design, Carrying Case, Wearing detection, Touch Control

Special Features

Foldable design, Carrying Case, Touch Control

Additional information

Weight 8 lbs
Dimensiones del producto

8,85 x 3,03 x 10,36 pulgadas

Color

Azul medianoche, plateado, ‎Negro

ASIN

B09XSDMT4F

Pilas

‎1 Polímero de litio necesaria(s), incluida(s)

Fabricante

Sony

Peso del artículo

8,82 Onzas

Número de productos

1

Manufacturer

a la tienda de Sony

Comentarios (10)

  1. mhans311

    Comparison to Bose NC700I have used Bose NC700 for the past year, but saw these on sale for a great price and decided to try them. I had the XM4’s for a short time but had to return them because they were too creaky while wearing them. Luckily I have not had that same issue so far with the XM5’s. My biggest priorities for headphones is comfort, sound quality (both for music and phone calls), and noise cancellation.ComfortThe XM5’s have ear cups that are slightly larger than the XM4s and they also look slightly larger than the NC700s. This helps them go over the ears better. However, the NC700s have slightly thicker padding which makes the inside of the cup a little deeper. For this reason, I would say that the NC700s are a bit more comfortable for long periods. The XM5s are very comfortable, but after a couple of hours, I definitely start to feel them more than the NC700s. But both are great.Sound QualityThis is a matter of preference, but I prefer the deeper bass and fuller sound of the XM5s. I would say the NC700s have a more balanced sound, with far less low end. The XM5s really give a nice full bass, without it being over-bearing. I do prefer a bit more lower end than what the Bose provides. So for me, I prefer the sound quality of the XM5s quite a bit more than the NC700s.Call QualityI use my headphones for work calls several hours a day. Both the XM5 and the NC700 have great call quality and will work really well if you use them for phone calls or Zoom meetings a lot. I think I’d give the edge to the XM5s because they block out ambient noise slightly better than the NC700s, but the difference is negligible.Noise CancellationI mean, these are high end headphones and both do a great job with noise cancellation. I will say, I was surprised at how much noise the XM5s can block out. They block out voices and medium pitched noises better than the NC700s. They are both great with lower pitched things like plane noise. But I think the XM5s do a better job overall.Build Quality and DesignThis is where the Bose NC700s are just better than the XM5s. The build of the NC700s is just beautiful. They feel substantial without being too heavy, and there isn’t a seam anywhere. I also think they just look amazing. The XM5s do have seams around the ear cups and they feel much more plasticky. The XM5s are not bad, but they just are not as good as the NC700s as far as design and build quality.Battery LifeThe battery on the NC700 lasts me around 13 or 14 hours. The XM5s last around 25 hours. So it’s a pretty big difference. Charging speed seems about the same with both.Odds and EndsFeatures of each are similar. They both offer pass through audio and it works well on both. Touch controls work equally well on both. The case of the XM5s is a little bigger than the NC700s, if that matters to you. One small difference that may make a difference to some is that if you want to use the cord to plug them into a 3.5mm headphone jack, the end the plugs into the NC700s is 2.5mm. So if you lose the included cord, you will need a specific type of aux cord to replace it (2.5mm to 3.5mm). Whereas the XM5 uses a regular 3.5mm to 3.5mm aux cord.Overall I do like these Sonys better. I just wish they had the comfort and build quality of the Bose. But because of the superior noise cancellation and sound quality, I’m going to be using the Sonys from now on.

  2. MsDocMom

    Silence is peaceMost people buy this to enjoy music or for the looks. I bought this to get some peace and quiet. I’m a mom of a 2 year old and every single day we have noise. My husband watches tiktok videos on the loudest volume possible while my son is dancing or singing a song. While I love days like this, I found myself over stimulated. It was getting too frustrating and I researched and these were the best noise cancelling headphones in the market. The people were right. I cannot hear a peep when I put these on and I am able to refresh and charge myself for the more hectic moments. I enjoy a little bit of ASMR every now and then and I feel much better. I’m very happy with my purchase and use them everyday. Battery life is also a plus. So I really enjoy this feature with all the other bonuses like high quality sound, aesthetically pleasing, lightweight, etc.Maybe the only con, is the sweat that gets around the headphones but I live in a hot area and just swipe it with a dry rag and I go on. It’s nothing compared to the benefits I get from it.

  3. Monika Romo

    A great investmentObviously these are expensive AF and I would recommend people wait till these are on sale to get them but can say these are amazing! I have had these for a week or to now and can say these work so well and were def worth the money.I don’t like the whole needing to download an app to pair these BUT will say these are great at cancelling noise, amazingly seamless at switching between devices, have a great battery life, and comfortable. Will say it was a learning curve with the fact these are touch sensitive for the controls. Only minor complaint is that sometimes I have to go to my Bluetooth settings to get them to connect since they don’t automatically connect sometimes. Would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for a good pair to invest in!

  4. Jane Doe

    Pretty Solid Pair of Headphones (Not for the Dentist, though)I was never a fan of wireless headphones. I always forget to charge them, but that’s not an issue with these. They have a VERY long battery life. I’ve been using mine for 5-6 months so far, and the battery life does not disappoint. I charge mine about once a week, and I use them quite often. Almost every day for several hours! They’re definitely friendly for those of you who forget to charge your devices frequently enough.Sound wise, they’re comparable to most Sony products. A little bass heavy, but not overtly so. The mids are eh, but the highs are good. If you’re an audiophile, maybe these aren’t for you. But for the average listener, you’ll love these. They sound crisp and clear, and the volume is perfect.Noise canceling wise, these are great for traveling and blocking out noise from noisy neighbors. Car rides are nearly completely silent. If you listen to music, you won’t be able to hear any background noise.The first time I put these on and turned them on, I almost cried. Silence was something I’d really never got to experience, and these really delivered that. If you’re autistic, these are a god-send.These are not great for blocking out dental equipment noises. That’s the reason I purchased these, and admittedly that was my own ignorance of how noise canceling worked, and the frequencies that would not be able to be canceled. But I loved these headphones so much I kept them. I think that says something about how incredible these are.Another feature I think that’s worth mentioning is the ability to allow ambient noises in while listening to music. I can listen to music while having conversations with others, and it just harmonizes both sounds perfectly. I also love that there’s a setting that you can allow voices in while keeping background ambience out.Over all, these are a solid set of headphones. I’d recommend to anyone looking for a good noise canceling headphone, or just a solid pair of headphones period.

  5. Laurent Park

    Incredibly comfortable and versatile headphones. Okay sound.I got this looking for a replacement for my AirPod Pros — I would use them for work calls and for listening. My airpods were great for comfort,, but terrible for a full day of work, and the mic quality was not great for call applications that I use.So I did some research between these headphones and other over-ear headphones like AirPod Maxes, Bose QC. I was mainly deciding between these and the AirPods since I use entirely Apple devices and went with the Sony’s for price and supposedly good comfort.So here are my pros/cons after about 3 months with these:Pros:- I have a huge head and I generally have stayed away from over ear headphones for long periods of listening. These are inarguably the most comfortable headphones I have ever used. I am able to last a full 8 hour office job wearing these without too much sweat or heat, and the pressure is perfect. No headaches from wearing them all day, and it’s overall been absolutely perfect. In comparison to the AirPods maxes (that I used for a day from my partner) that gave me an incredibly painful headache from the pressure after an hour of use.- Battery life / charging is amazing. 30 hours may be the industry standard but whenever I’m low, I just give it a charge for five minutes and I’m basically good for the next few hours.Cons:- I listen to a variety of music from hip hop and mostly electronic music. For songs with more emphasis on acoustics and vocals, the headphones are pretty good. However for my electronic library it leaves a bit to be desired. The bass and sometimes mids feel very muddy, and no amount of EQ I use can get it to where I like for all my music. This is where AirPods Maxes shine out. They may be 200$ more but they are inarguably better sounding with their adaptive EQ.- Not really at any fault of Sony’s, but if you use Apple products you can’t use the LDAC codec at all. You are missing out on a better sound quality on Apple, and can only really use LDAC with Android.

  6. Billal nakbeen

    Great Pair of Headphones besides the foldibilityThe XM5 is one of the best pair of headphones ive had and ive had beats and jbls. The way I can study with it and not get tired of listening to music is next to nothing. I have to say there are a few things that I can deal with but is something to be aware of. First the headphones muffs can get a little warm and make your ear hot but its not to much imo. second is that its not foldable like the XM4s and if you get this for travel like I did it can really affect it since it will take more space in your bag.

  7. Dat

    One of the best wireless headphones on the marketWH-1000MX5 is on the high-end tier of Sony’s headphones lineup so there is no doubt that its audio quality is superb. I like the old design better, to be honest. Nearly 99% of the headphone is made out of plastic, which makes it feels cheap. But the plus side is it’s super lightweight and flexible. The battery life is just as amazing as its predecessors. I use this headphone a lot, and it can easily go on for 2 days straight under my usage.

  8. Kylee

    Pretty good from someone who doesn’t know anythingWhile admittedly not an audiophile by any means, they quality of the sound is really good! I upgraded from a pair of JBL’s to these. They are very comfy on my ears, I have a lot of ear piercings and the headphones do not irritate them. I know it’s risky because they are not rated for being sweat proof but I wear these to the gym everyday with no issue. The only thing I wish was that the noise canceling was better. Maybe it’s the way I wear them and it can be corrected but for the money I was hoping to hear nothing at all. I have the airpods pro and when I wear those there’s absolutely nothing it’s almost uncomfortable. I just wish for the price I could adjust the level of noise canceling if that makes sense.

  9. A.H.

    Sound quality is unbeliebableThe sound quality is considerably better than previous WH-1000XM4, no joke. I purchased XM5 without much expectations but it turns out the sound quality is far, I mean far, better than XM4. For some reasons, it wasn’t noticeable difference when it’s paired with my PC but when it’s paired with my Galaxy S23+, it produces unbelievably crisp sound with rich low to high fq enhancement, especially when the sound source is high fidelity and high bit rate. Maybe it’s some sort of codec issue, I don’t know but I am unexpectedly surprised. The fit is also more comfortable if you have wide skull or large ears. I haven’t weighted this one but it feels lighter than XM4. I have Jabra, Arctis Pro and many other top tier headsets but so far this is the best sound headsets by far.

  10. Miki Villarreal

    I have fallen in loveI have been looking for some good over the ear headphones and seen so many good reviews of these. I decided to try them out and these are some amazing head phones! I recently had to travel and ended up wearing them for 6 hours straight!Battery life: The battery was full and by the end of my travel it dropped to 85% so the battery life is outstanding.Noise cancellation: It was really good and didn’t create too much pressure while on. Even when the headphones were off it did an amazing job of damping outside noise. Ex: I was by a VERY loud construction site and once I put on the headphones (turned off) it almost dampened the noise completely.Ambient Mode: It’s nice, I will say that in some cases I didn’t really use it. For example if you are in a loud environment it will be extremely loud while on. Which makes sense as the point of AMB is to be aware of your surroundings but if you have sensory issues I would be mindful of it. When you do the quick ambient sound it’s really good and makes what you need to hear very clear. There is very little static noise but if you are listening closely it’s very faint.Comfort: These are so comfortable and lightweight. Part of the reason I was having difficulty choosing over the ear headphones was because many were too heavy for my liking but when I wore these I forgot I had them on. I only had to adjust them once when it hit closer to the 5 hour mark. There is very little discomfort. My only thing is being that they are so light it feels like they can slip off easily sometimes. When you have them laying on your neck it can be a little uncomfortable at least for me. They landed on my collarbones so there was just hard plastic hitting my collarbones over a bit of time. But that is just me nit picking.Few set backs: the storage of them is a little inconvenient or undesirable. I wish these could fold because the case is quite large and take ups a lot of space especially when you are traveling.Overall: I have really enjoyed the experience with these headphones! I would really recommend these to someone who has auditory sensitivity like myself because they check a lot of boxes! There are only a few things that I wasn’t a huge fan of but that was like I said me nit picking.A video that was very helpful in making this decision was by: This is Tech Today on YouTube, they really went in-depth of all the features while also comparing it to different nc/amb headphones!

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