Sony WF-SP800N Truly Wireless Sports In-Ear Noise Canceling Headphones with Mic For Phone Call And Alexa Voice Control
No matter what the official name is, everyone basically thinks that Sony WF-1000XM3 is Sony’s true wireless flagship headphone. Of course, irresponsibly, I think it can also represent the flagship level of the true wireless headphone industry. Today’s protagonist Sony WF-SP800N, I think it’s more like the more dynamic flagship true wireless headphone with smart noise reduction as mentioned in the title.
The reason for the vitality is mainly because the functions of Sony WF-SP800N and WF-1000XM3 have many similarities, which can be regarded as basically close to the flagship level. At the same time, many sports elements have been added, such as strengthening the wearing support sleeve. This is indeed very effective, shaking my head vigorously, I guess there should be no exercise to shake the WF-SP800N down except bungee jumping.
In addition, the feature of more sports is that it supports IP55 waterproof and dustproof, and general sports sweat will not affect the headphone. And it has a long battery life. It can listen to songs for 13 hours in a normal state, and it can reach 9 hours when the noise reduction function is turned on. The charging box can provide the headphone to charge once, and it can be used for five minutes and half an hour for fast charging.
In terms of accessories, silicone sleeves, support sleeves, charging cables and charging boxes. I am quite satisfied with this charging box, because the lid and the box are the same color, and the material is like frosted plastic.
The design of Sony WF-SP800N is a bit smaller than Sony WF-1000XM3. The touched part is smooth, it looks like a piece of glass is inlaid in, and the touch area occupies a larger space on the entire panel, and it is also convenient for touching during actual operation. Long press the left button to directly enter the quick reminder mode, which is to reduce Volume and amplify the surrounding sound into the earphones.
The actual experience of the noise reduction part is still relatively good, especially for common engines, compressors, fans and other noise, the elimination effect is relatively good, and the performance of wind noise processing is average.
In terms of functional experience, Sony has done very detailed, such as intelligent ambient sound mode. Noise-canceling headphones with ambient sound are currently recognized as necessary functions. After all, if you can’t hear any ambient sound when you go out, it is more dangerous for walking and cycling on the road.
Sony chose to use a 20-level environmental sound classification to meet the needs of different users, and the recently updated adaptive environmental sound has strengthened and optimized the previous motion sensing, more sensitive, and also added location learning, such as where you are. Several levels of environmental sound modes are commonly used. After all, a normal person’s life is relatively regular for at least five days. I think Sony is still smarter than the industry in terms of the practicality of noise reduction.
Although the sound part emphasizes the EXTRA BASS enhancement, in fact, the low frequency is not so strong.
In terms of connection, because the left and right earphones are synchronized separately, Bluetooth 5.0 is also relatively stable, and there is basically no delay in the overall test. It is also suitable for playing games. Apple users are also very suitable. After all, supporting AAC can provide higher quality transmission. In general, the bright and lively color scheme, concise design, intelligent noise reduction, stable and efficient Bluetooth and sound quality experience with equal emphasis on rhythm and details, the overall price of Sony WF-SP800N is really not expensive.
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