Sony WH-XB910N Wireless Headphones

Sony WH-XB910N

Sony recently introduced its latest truly wireless headphone the Sony WH-XB910N. The headphone comes with a Light weight design, 40mm dynamic drivers, 10mm Bluetooth range, Active Noise Cancellation, Fast pair support, Ambient mode and Google/Alexa Voice assistance support.

Pros

  • Better ANC
  • Light weight
  • Good Battery

Cons

  • No aptx audio
  • No NFC
  • Sound midrange-poor

Price and availability

The Sony WH-XB910N Wireless come with a Black and Blue colour. It is price $266. You can Purchased this product through Company;s official website and Amazon.in

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Box Content

Sony WH-XB910N
  • Product
  • USB Type-C Cable
  • 3.5mm Aux Cable
  • Carrying Case
  • User Guide

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Sony WH-XB910N : Design

Sony WH-XB910N

For the Wise look, the Sony WH-XB910N Wireless is primarily made with a lighter weight (252g) material. Materials include synthetic leather and urethane materials that combine with the best ear pad structure and dimensions for exceptional wearability. One thing to note is that the packaging material for the WH-XB910N does not contain any plastic. Which reflects Sony’s commitment to mitigating the environmental impact of products and practices.

As a result, you can wear these headphones comfortably for a long time without damaging your ears. Moreover, the close-back and circular design relaxes comfortably on the ears and reduces background noise fluently. Like the Sony WH-1000XM4, these headphones offer a lot of portability. For small footprints the ear cup rotates 90 degrees and is flattened and folded on the hinge.

Adjust the slider to find your ideal fit and enjoy comfortable listening for hours. Music stays inside and sound stays outside for a great acoustic experience. Plush memory foam padding looks lighter, though like most other over-the-years they warm up somewhat after extended use. That said, padding helps with isolation which is more important for the listening experience. The ear cups also rotate slightly to fit better and, the blue model we are testing, there is a visible light blue accent that makes me feel a nice touch.

Sony WH-XB910N Controls
Sony WH-XB910N

Touch controls are just as discreet as the predecessors. The left earcups come with a USB Type-C charging port with power on / off button and volume up / down buttons for volume control. The right earbuds, on the other hand, include a portable 3.5mm cable for connecting PCs, smartphones and games. In addition, one more button is included to control active voice cancellation.

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How do you pair to the Sony WH-XB910N to PCs?

Swift Pair makes it quick and easy to pair your WH-XB910N headphones with your Windows 10 computer via Bluetooth. When the pairing mode is selected, a pop-up pairing guide appears on nearby Windows 10 devices.

You can do this in the old fashioned way by going to Bluetooth settings. If the quick-connect feature or NFC doesn’t work for you:

1. Hold down the power button for seven seconds.

2. The small LED light should start blinking blue.

3. Navigate to Bluetooth settings on your source device.

4. Select “WH-XB910N” from the list of available devices to connect.

It comes with the latest and latest Bluetooth 5.2 version for better wireless connectivity. In addition, it is packed with Bluetooth codecs. However, you can get not only Sony’s own high-quality LDAC codec, but also SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs. Result form. You can also easily connect with any Apple device.

How to reset the Sony WH-XB910N headphones

If the headphones stop working for any reason, there are two ways to reset the headphones. The first is recommended because it will not delete any data (such as paired devices) associated with your headphones. Soft reset only:

1. Use the included cable to charge the headphones.

2. While charging, press the power button and the custom button together for a few seconds.

3. This will reset the headphones without deleting any paired devices.

If that doesn’t work, you’ll have to go for a full reset. To perform a hard reset follow these steps:

1. Turn off the headphones and disconnect them from the charging cable.

2. Hold down the power button and the custom button together for seven seconds.

3. The small LED light should have a total of four times the blue flash.

4. Now your headphones are completely reset.

Hopefully your headphones are working again and you can pair them up as if they were a brand new pair of headphones.

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Should you get the Sony Headphones Connect app?

Sony WH-XB910N Wireless Headphones support the Sony Headphones Connect app. Once you do this, you’ll be able to control the amount of ambient sound. You feel comfortable with as there are twenty different levels for everything around you. From the maximum volume cancellation to using the microphone. Or you can always just keep the adaptive sound control on and let the headphones change on the fly depending on your surroundings.

You can also adjust the sound mode control from the app, as the name suggests. They lets you choose from which direction you want to listen to your music. It’s not quite the 360 ​​reality audio that Sony has been pushing lately, but it’s still pretty neat. Although you have to switch between the codecs you’re using on SBC because it prioritizes stability. The same is true with the built-in equalizer and reverb presets you will find in the app.

The app also has a front and bottom where you can select a custom button function on the left ear cup. When you press the button you can immediately choose to access Alexa or Google Assistant.

How to connect the Sony WH-XB910N to the PS4 or Xbox?

Unfortunately, you can’t connect these headphones directly to your gaming console via Bluetooth. For that, you should look into a solid pair of gaming headsets. That said, you can still use the Sony WH-XB910N with your console, thanks to the headphone jack you can find on gaming controllers. Simply connect the headphones to the controller via a standard 3.5mm audio cable. It’s not wireless but at least it’s possible.

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Sony WH-XB910N : Sound

Sony WH-XB910N

With the EXTRA BASS, the WH-XB910N Noise Cancelling Headphones amplify all your low-end frequencies for exceptional bass. The dedicated bass duct on the headphone housing and the increased air-tightness between the driver unit and the eardrums help create precise, punchy rhythms that lift each track. Yet these wireless headphones also retain sound clarity for a wonderfully rich, well-rounded listening experience.

The 40mm Dynamic drivers five a extra ordinary sound. They sound according to your personal preference. Choose from a variety of presets to match the sound quality with the style of music you are listening to. Or create and save your own presets using the EQ custom feature on the Sony│Headphones Connect app.

In addition, when the original music source is compressed. It loses the high-frequency elements that add detail and richness to the track. The Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) reliably restores this to produce high quality sound that is close to the original recording.

How well does the Sony WH-XB910N cancel noise?

The Sony WH-XB910N’s active sound cancellation is great, and it renders midrange frequencies as loud as one-third the audible without turning on the headset. With dual noise sensor technology, the WH-XB910N takes digital noise cancellation to the next level. Now you can really close the world around you and just enjoy your own party with music for your company.

Moreover, with two feedforward and feedback mix, the WH-XB910N captures more of the surroundings around you. By staying connected to your environment you will be able to enjoy a natural listening experience. You can also adjust the surroundings with Sony Headphones Connect app to mute sounds while listening to essential sounds.

Sony WH-XB910N has adaptive sound control smart function. It understands where you are and what you are doing, then adjusts the surrounding sound settings for the ideal listening experience.

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360 Reality Audio works with the Sony WH-XB910N

If you have a subscription to Deezer, Tidal, Amazon Music HD or nugs.net: you can stream Sony’s library of 360 reality audio content. Using the Sony Headphones app, take photos of your ears, and the app will calculate how you change the signal to listen to your music in 3-dimensional space. It’s a really nice feature, but because the library is currently limited to about 1000 songs, you may find that it takes a while to re-master your music. Don’t worry though: once you’re done, you’ll be able to rediscover your favourite tunes from the 1970s in a way you’ve never experienced before.

Can you use the Sony WH-XB910N for Voice calls?

In my testing, my voice is very unaffected by the microphone because there is a fairly uniform load on most important frequencies. This means that my voice is being picked up well by the microphone and most of the frequency will be heard equally loudly by the person on the other side.

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What is the battery life of the Sony WH-XB910N?

Sony claims that they offer 30 hours of battery life with active noise cancellation. However, in our test, the headset lasts 37 hours and 22 minutes of continuous playback at an output of 75dB (SPL). With so much battery, you’ll have enough power for multi-day road trips and long festive weekends. And if you need to top up in a hurry, the 10-minute fast charging gives you an extra time of up to 4.5 hours with an optional AC adapter.

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Connectivity

The headphones come with a fast pair feature. Which makes it easy to connect your headphones to your Android ™ devices. In one tap of the pop-up guide, WH-XB910N enables fast, easy Bluetooth® pairing with your Android™ devices. Plus, you can easily find out where you left your headphones by ringing your headphones or checking their last known location on your smartphone. You’ll also receive a notification when your headphones’ battery is running low so you know when to charge them.

Furthermore, the headphone come with a Bluetooth 5.2 for better wireless connectivity. Not only it supports Sony’s LDAC codec, but also come with an SBC and AAC codec support. It has provides a 10 m Bluetooth range and 2.4 GHz band.

Plus, Swift Pair makes it quick and easy to connect your WH-XB910N headphones to your Windows 10 computer via Bluetooth®. When the pairing mode is selected, a pop-up pairing guide appears on nearby Windows 10 devices.

Does this headphone come with Bluetooth Multi-point connectivity option?

The XB910N has Bluetooth version 5.2 and supports so-called multipoint connection. This means that they can be connected to e.g. mobile and PC at the same time, so you can use your PC for music and video conferencing and your phone for mobile calls, without having to disconnect along the way.

If you have an Android phone, it is easily paired with the XB910N by just having the headphones in the immediate vicinity. Apple users need to connect in the usual way.

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What alternatives are there?

If you still want bass but can’t overcome the coolest factor in the Bose brand, you should check out Bose QuietComfort 35 II. While these are on the ears and not on the ears, they are well made and cancel out the active sound suitable for boots. The problem is the lack of proper seals that cause sub-par isolation, which is to be expected as this is on the ear. You won’t even find the codec support or transparency mode you get here, but nonetheless, Beats has done really well with this.

While the WH-XB910N is cheaper than something like the WH-1000XM4, it’s still not cheap. If you can save your penis for a little longer, it may just be worth scattering and picking yourself a pair of WH-1000XM4. It has better active sound cancellation, better sound quality and better build, but otherwise it is more or less the same. You’ll still find convenient touch-sensitive ear pads and access to multiple Bluetooth codecs with Bluetooth multipoint functionality, but the XM4 lacks aptX and aptX HD. Now that the WH-1000XM4 has come out, the older Sony WH-1000XM3 often goes on sale, and offers aptX and aptX HD support.

For anyone looking in the same price range as the WH-XB910N but wanting less bass in the sound signature, Sony also announced that the WH-CH710N has active sound cancellation, killer battery life and a similar build. To stay within the Sony realm but venture out to do something even more portable, the Sony WF-1000XM4 is an excellent pair of sound cancelling true wireless earbuds.

Conclusion

The “Bass Class”, Sony’s latest headphones in the WH-XB910N, are easy to hold. Out of the box, the sound is acceptable legally bass-rich and correspondingly midrange-poor, but that’s not a big problem – and there’s not much to adjust to in the app before it becomes high-notch.

The bass massages the ear canals and breathes fresh life into the rhythm, while at the same time the tonal range has upward qualities, which also benefits the acoustic instruments. Hitlist pop rarely sounds as good as here and occasionally classical orchestral pieces also work.

Noise reduction is good and speech quality is also good. The latter, however, is still a little lacking in Trevad.

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