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This is an in-depth review of the Sony WH-H900N Bluetooth Noise-Canceling Headphones and comparison to the more expensive Sony WH-1000XM2.
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Sony WH-H900N Review
- Excellent sound, thanks to DSEE HX and LDAC
- Touch sensor for playback controls
- Available in various colors
- Good active noise cancellation
- Quick Attention feature to hear what’s going on around you
- 28-hour battery life
I picked up a pair of the Sony WH-H900N headphones the other day and was excited to give them a try because I had never owned noise-canceling headphones from Sony before. The Sony WH-H900N Bluetooth headphones feature a slick design without any visible playback controls that you would find on most other noise-canceling headphones. That’s because Sony decided to make smart use of touch sensors that they built into the right earcup. Using those touch controls, you can:
- Play or pause a song,
- Skip a track,
- Change the volume, or
- Activate Siri (or other digital voice assistants) by tapping or swiping on the earcup.
That may sound confusing at first but Sony implemented those touch controls very well, and I found them to be intuitive.