Rise above the noise with the WF-SP800N wireless noise-cancelling sport earbuds, complete with IP55 sweat resistance, long battery life, and deep, punchy EXTRA BASS sound that gives you the boost you need to finish through any workout. A wide array of smart features will have you wearing them all day afterwards.
Truly wireless design
Just your music with no wires to get in the way.
Secure and comfortable fit
Extensively tested in real workouts, these headphones have a secure fit that you can adjust to your ears. The soft-cushioned arc supporter and three-dimensional curved design ensure a secure, comfortable fit, so when you move, your headphones don't.
Get deep in the zone with digital noise cancellation
Cue up your workout playlist, and get in the zone. The digital noise cancelling technology reduces ambient sounds of the gym and your surrounding environments, leaving just you and the music.
Long battery life plus quick charging
At a full charge, the headphones offer up to 9 hours of power, while the handy charging case provides extra 9 hours. That's up to 18 hours of noise-free listening.
With noise cancelling switched off, it's even longer - up to 13 hours of power on a full charge, with extra 13 hours provided by the charging case, for up to 26 hours of play time.
And if you're in a hurry, 10-minute quick charging gives you up to 60 minutes of music playback with noise cancelling.
Sweat- and splash-proof
The tough workout never stood a chance. With an IP55 rating, the headphones can handle sweat or splashes from rain when you're working out.
Bass that moves you
The WF-SP800N sport earbuds feature EXTRA BASS™ for seriously powerful, punchy low-end sound. Your favorite bass lines never sounded so good.
Use intuitive touch control settings to play, stop, or skip through tracks and adjust the volume. And with the Quick Attention function, placing your finger over the earbud turns the volume right down and lets in ambient sound.
So, you can instantly chat with someone without removing your headphones. If you want to customize your touch controls, no problem. The Sony Headphones Connect app lets you assign alternative options.
Quick Attention mode
Communicate without taking your headphones off. Place your hand over the left earbud to turn the volume down and deactivate noise cancelling for instant conversation.
Built-in microphone for hands-free calls and voice assistant commands
Take and make phone calls, even with your phone in your pocket or bag. With a high-quality built-in microphone, you'll be able to have hands-free conversations on your smartphone with ease.
Smart Listening with SENSE ENGINE™ tailors sound to you
Improved Smart Listening by Adaptive Sound Control now automatically detects not only your activity, but your location as well, adjusting ambient settings to optimize your listening experience.
Whether you're traveling in an airport, walking on a crowded street, or sitting in a quiet area, noise-cancelling levels are automatically balanced.
Atmospheric Pressure Optimizing keeps your music sounding great even when traveling at higher altitudes. You can customize them to your preferences with the Sony Headphones Connect app.
Voice assistant function (Google Assistant)
Activate your smartphone's voice assistant with a simple touch. With a simple tap and hold of the right earbud, you can activate either your smartphone's voice assistant or the Google Assistant built in with a simple touch.
To use the Google Assistant, simply download the Sony Headphones Connect app, and follow setup instructions.
Sony WF-SP800N True Wireless Noise-Cancelling In-Ear Headphones
The Sony WF-SP800N’s (800N’s from here on) are the second pair of truly wireless earphones I have tried from Sony with the WF 1000’s being the second. I am still very impressed with the 1000’s and was curious to see what was different with this new pair. Inside we have the usual paperwork, the two earphones, the charging case, some different earwing tips and a usb type C cable .
Let’s start with the battery case. The case is smaller, lighter and more shapely than its predecessor. The general shape is oval and at least for my model the case was matte black and soft to the touch. The lid is magnetic and opens and closes easily. When the earphones are seated inside and the lid closed, there is no shifting around even when the case is placed upside down.The case also can’t stand up on its own as it does not have a flat bottom, so instead it will settle on its side.The type C port for charging are found towards the back and bottom of the case and when the case or earbuds are being charged a red light can be seen at the center of the point of contact when the lid is closed.
Once you open the case you will see the earbuds nested securely into the case with indicator lights towards the left and right side of the case indicating the charging status of each individual earbud. The earbuds come with wing-tips that offer a secure fit once placed into your ears. Each earbud has two touch capacitive areas which act as your controls. By default the left touch control toggles between the ambient and noise cancellation mode while the right touch control handles music playback ie. one taps pauses/plays, two taps skips to the next track and three taps returns you to the previous track. If you opt to download the Sony Headphone app, which I greatly suggest you do, each of these touch controls can be set to either volume control, ambient noise control, playback and an assistant trigger (google/siri etc). A feature that stands out here is the Quick Attention mode which is initiated by placing a finger on to the left touch control and holding. This instantly switches to ambient mode so that you can hear your surroundings and upon removing your finger your music resumes.
When it comes to performance, let’s first look at pairing. The earbuds instantly come on and are ready to be paired as soon as you take them out of the case. When you place them in your ears, each earbud reports their battery level. Each earbud seems to pair independently to your device and therefore you can use each separately if you so desire. While they are both in use with media being played (i.e music or video), taking out any will pause playback while returning the earbud to your ears promptly resumes your media. I can’t talk about how they sound without talking about the Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) feature these earbuds have unlike many of its competitors. The ANC feature is good, not as complete as the 1000’s but still very good. With no music on, there is a small amount of ambient sound coming through but as soon as the music is on the anc is in full effect without even a high volume. You can use these in crowded/ busy environments without much issue and I commend their performance. When it comes to music, these are very good, the bass packs a suitable punch on the high end and pounds rather than thunders at the low end, the treble is crisp just like the highs and mids are mostly balanced. I listen to a variety of genres while using these, such as, rap, pop, edm, dancehall etc I had no complaints with any of it and even if I did the equalizer inside the app would surely help. When it comes to phone calls, the XM3’s performed suitably, with audio coming through clearly from the other person on the call while according to them my voice carried clearly and cleanly until it got too noisy around me. Finally when it comes to battery life, I can report that they lasted for 8+ hours on a single charge with ANC on and volume set to around 50% or less. When ANC was turned off I got about 12+ hours on a single charge. I must note that it charges quickly inside the case and I was only able to get one full charge before the case needed to be charged. Another plus for getting the Sony app is that it will be able to tell you the individual battery level of the earphones as well as the battery case.
This is another good entry from Sony into this competitive market. Not only does it have ANC, great comfort and a good battery life it is also IP55 rated ( meaning splashproof and dustproof). These are great for both gym workouts and generally strenuous physical activities but can also be used as general everyday earbuds.
I bought these headphones for work related use. They stay in my ears very snugly so I don't have to worry about them falling out into a sink full of water. Although they're not water proof they are water resistant. I shower with these in all the time and rinse them off under running water when needed. They're not as loud as I would like them to be but they aren't super quiet either. They pack a lot of punch when it comes to bass and there is an equalizer in the app that can be manually manipulated to your liking. My favorite thing about these are they are just all around well rounded headphones. I got them on sale for $168 at Best Buy and I honestly wouldn't trade them for any other pair because theyre perfect for what I need them for. I may however look into a more expensive pair like Sennheiser later down the road just for pure enjoyment of music but for now I'll stick with these. My only complaint is when anything brushes up against the touch sensors for audio control they can be paused or ambient or noise cancelling mode can be turned off easily. Noise cancelling feature works great however the ambient sound mode even with focus on voice all the way at 20 doesn't in my opinion. I personally have to pause my music or take the ear phone out completely to really be able to hear what someone is saying to me. They're really just that snug. Overall a great purchase def worth the price I paid for them. I have to say I do love them. They are absolutely my new favorite pair of headphones as I use these more than any other pair I own! Def recomend these headphones to anyone looking for well rounded headphones for work or exercise!
Today I am reviewing the Sony WF-SP800N noise-canceling true wireless earbuds.
Pros: Deep sound; options to choose from; functional app; comfortable in-ear; good for exercising.
Cons: Not entirely noise-canceling; Charging Case is too big.
The Sony WF-SP800N noise-canceling true wireless earbuds are a compact, yet somewhat bulky earbud compared to others on the market (compare to the Apple and Samsung buds, they are slightly larger). The package includes extra earpiece sizes to swap out, just in case the ones included out of the box do not fit well in your ear. I swapped out the ones with a different pair in the box, and it allowed the earbud to fit tightly in my ear. It is important to get a tight fit so that you can utilize the noise-canceling technology. Unfortunately, with the included earbuds, I was not able to fully take advantage of the noise-canceling option. However, the noise-canceling feature is not terrible, but it is also not the best that Sony produces (I have a pair of over-the-ear WH-1000XM3 headphones, and they cancel noise out very well). The sound was still leaking in from the outside on occasion. The noise-canceling feature is something you can adjust in the app as well, but more on that below.
The WF-SP800N earbuds are comfortable, and I do like the feature when you place each earbud in your ear that it tells you how much battery life you have left (this is a great feature if you did not open your app on the phone to look at how much battery life is left). Speaking of the app, to take full advantage of the earbuds, you have to download the Sony Headphones Connect app. Once you place the earbuds in your ear, download the app and connect. Here you can adjust your noise-canceling settings, sound settings (EQ settings), and something I have never used, which is an adaptive sound to-the-environment setting. Meaning, if you are at home, you can use a GPS signal to locate where you are, set your sound settings in the app, and save it. Additionally, if you walk outside, run, or bike (like I do), you can send a signal ping, adjust the sound again for outdoors, and your earbuds will automatically adjust whenever you step outside (this is a neat technology feature). I chose to turn the noise-canceling feature up while outside when I work out because I want to tune out everything around me, whereas, at home, I chose to downgrade the noise-canceling option so that I could hear my surroundings better. Also, Sony included a "deep bass" function, which allows you to adjust the bass level on your earbuds in the app. Unfortunately, the "deep bass" was not as deep as I hoped, but there was an increased "bass" sound when I increased the level to maximum (ten). More importantly, WF-SP800N earbuds have the best sound settings I have used with any earbud I have tested. There are a lot of EQ settings that you choose, and the sound is crystal clear. I tested out some of the EQ settings, further, while listening to some Live music through Spotify. I could distinctly hear the crowd noise, the instruments, and specifically the drums (cymbals, etc.).
For making and receiving calls, the earbuds performed well during multiple call tests inside and outside my home. I asked friends and family if they could tell I was talking through Bluetooth, and they could not tell the difference; everyone said my voice was "crystal clear." I did not have any issues with calls dropping in and out, or any lag issues to report.
The earbuds come equipped with tap functions. For instance, tapping once on my left earbud when a phone call comes in allows me to answer the call. Or, if I am listening to music while working out, and I tapped one time on the right earbud, I can pause the music, or tap twice to skip a song, or triple-tap to skip backward. Sony's idea is well received here, as I had my phone in my pocket while riding my bike, so skipping a track or pausing for a moment is not convenient to pull my phone out to do so. Now, with the app, you can assign different controls and functions for the earbuds (you do not have to use the pre-determined functions that come with them). Additionally, I use my Google assistant on my phone, and I found that tapping and holding on the right earbud allowed me to ask my Google assistant questions with ease.
As far as the earbuds getting sweaty from working out, they are water/dust resistant. With an IP-55 rating, they can handle some sweat, and maybe droplets of rain and still function well (no issues here while riding a bike or running). However, I would not recommend swimming in them, as this will damage them. Also, if you are a runner like I am, I found that when I swapped out my earpiece, and tightly squeezed the earbud in my ear, the earbuds stayed in place and did not move at all. I did not experience issues with them popping out or coming loose. Again, you should size them well, and make sure they rest snug in your ear.
As for the case, I enjoyed the fact that you can charge the case, which allows you to charge the earbuds without having to keep the case plugged in (a USB C cable is provided, but not an adapter). I am not sure why an adapter was not included, but most tech companies believe we all have extra adapters that we can swap out from time-to-time. The only issue I had with the case was how bulky it is. If you were to place the charging case in your pocket, the case does not sit comfortably or easily in there. Now, the battery life on the earbuds is incredible and even better if you turn off the noise-canceling function. When I tested them with noise-canceling on, I received about nine hours of battery life (mine fell short of the advertised nine hours, but not by much). If you turn off noise-canceling, you are reportedly getting thirteen hours of battery life (for both the case and earbuds). Though with charging, I experienced a four-hour charging window, and the case with the earbuds was fully-charged.
Overall, the Sony WF-SP800N wireless earbuds have a booming sound (though the bass was not what I thought it would be), clear sound, great adaptive technology, and solid qualities (microphone and sound are terrific). I would like to see a smaller case in the future, maybe a possible wireless charging function, and better noise-canceling.
I was initially drawn to Sony’s WF-SP800N Wireless Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones because of the company’s legendary EXTRA BASS sound technology. I am glad I did as I ended up gaining way more than I had bargained for (in a very good way)!
In the current crowded field of wireless in-ear headphones (earbuds), Sony’s WF-SP800N stand out physically and technologically. While others may gripe about their shape and size, I found them very comfortable even after extensive use. For optimal sound, you get four differently sized tips and two anchors. Personally, I am able to use the medium sized tips and jog with no issues. Included in the box are the charging case and a USB Type-C cable to facilitate charging.
To maximize all the capabilities, you will need to download the Sony Headphones Connect app. Although pairing the earbuds (via the regular discoverable process) can be accomplished right out the box, the app makes the process easier and much more seamless. The most exciting tech about these earbuds, in my opinion, is the Adaptive Sound Control. This feature by default automatically detects the current activity status and adjusts the ambient sound accordingly. An example is that while sitting, ambient sound would be reduced as much as possible in contrast to walking, where one would need to be somewhat aware of their surroundings. To make it even better, you can actually fine tune these preset scenarios to suit your preferences. By default, the earbuds will notify via a beep once an activity status change has been detected and the ambient sound changed (e.g. you sit after walking a while); this notification can be disabled. The engineers have even included a location feature which learns frequent locations and adjusts the ambient sound control based on conditions.
Controls are precise via touch sensitive pads on either headset. They are customizable in function and offer dust and water resistance. Bluetooth 5.0 is the standard at play and accounts for the stable connections. Full simultaneous charge is about 3 hours for case and earbuds. From a full charge, continuous use for 9 hours is the rating but I have been able to achieve about 7 hours. I am very active and do often leave my phone on a different level of the house while doing other things. Coupled with the Adaptive Sound Control I cannot seem to get enough of, I believe these could be reasons why I have yet to attain the said battery estimates. The case delivers an additional 9 hours or possibly 13 with the noise cancellation feature turned off. These earbuds support Google Assistant very well.
The Sony Headphones Connect app provides equalizer (8 presets, 1 manual and 2 custom settings) for additional sound enhancements. Deep basses and clear trebles make these headphones outshine the pack. Output is that good and is a result of the various customization options. There is also support for an enhancement called 360 Reality Audio. It appears software based and attempts to replicate a multiple speaker experience. Use appears limited and currently available via a few streaming services.
Now, the not so favorable bits. Wireless charging for the case would have been nice. Although it feels well-constructed, the case is larger than most I have seen. The Sony Headphones Connect app can display battery levels for the earbuds and the case, however, the case level is the last reading when the earbud(s) was taken out of the case. In summary, you need to replace and remove an earpiece from the case to get the current charge level. Not a deal breaker but for the amount of tech at play here, one would assume a less convoluted process. The case also has an LED indicator for when either earbud, the case or all three batteries are being charged. The individual slots are labelled for each earpiece and they magnetically snap into position when close enough.
Sony’s WF-SP800N Wireless Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones pack a lot of tech in a convenient dust and water-resistant package. Sound performance laps the current competition and have easily become my new favorites!
These say “in ear headphones” but they are ear buds. They are very similar to the other buds, including ones that I got with my phone which are good but these seem far superior thus far.
These have noise cancelling features that I really can tell a difference as peripheral noise is blocked more by these than my other headphones I use, maybe not quite as strong as my over the ear headphones but for ear buds, they are impressive.
These are probably the most feature packed ear buds that I have seen recently. The extra bass boost is evident and noticeable, great for a power walk or run. You can turn on Adaptive Sound Control and it can detect whether or not you are Staying, Walking, Running or Transport. I only tested this with Staying and walking but it will change the setting which also ties to the Ambient Sound control which modifies a setting which assumes a level of ambient noise, such as cars and people around you while walking, running or riding, pretty cool ! It can even learn your locations and register those settings based it’s knowledge of mapping to your location.
The Equalizer has 12 settings, all of which are very good in addition to being able to set them manually. I really like the “Excited” setting, it seems to have a really good balance of enhance base and crisp treble.
As far as battery life goes, I have only had these a few days. They advertise 9hrs if you have Noise Cancelling turned on, with up to 18hrs with the charging case. If you have NC turned off, they advertise 13hrs, with up to 26 with the charging case. I can tell you that I keep NC on and I have easily gotten 9hrs out of these. I plan to test further in the upcoming week or so but I am very happy with them and the charging case.
As I have stated with the different options, the Sony Headphone app is amazing with all the options and how it reads what im playing through Spotify and I can control the playlist I am in.
I used these for a conference call today and got great feedback on the sound quality so with all this working from home, these are invaluable to being able to integrate between work and play. Overall, I really like these. The only thing I have noticed is if you have Adaptive Sound Control on, when it detects a change, like going from Staying to walking and then back to staying, it does a very slight interrupt in sound. It’s not a big deal but if you are going to be doing a lot of back and forth changes like that, you may want to just switch it off temporarily. Maybe that is something they can fix with an update.
I would definitely recommend these, they are also pretty comfortable and stay comfortable with a nice tight fit that doesn’t make me feel like they will pop out and loose them. I really like them and will be using them daily, especially while I am taking calls for work and switching to music between them.
The Sony WF-SP800N Earbuds are a very nice option for someone looking for a great sounding well performing earbud. They have some great features for a sports bud and not a lot of drawbacks.
The build quality is very nice on these. They do stick out from your ears a bit, but with the included stabilizers (two sizes) and different sized tips that create a good seal, they fit extremely well and are comfortable for wearing for long periods of time. A great plus is that they are made with an IP55 Rating which means they are dust resistant and can handle a steady spraying of water. I actually wore these in the shower to test and they stood up to the test. This is also handy for rinsing them off after a good workout.
Sound quality is outstanding on these. They have a nice crisp full sound with a nice bass on the low end. They do include Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) which works well. These do handle Sony’s 360 Reality Audio which sounds absolutely fantastic. It was an incredibly immersive sound that was crystal clear and really sounded like I was right in the middle of a surround sound system. The only drawback to this is there is not a ton of 360 Reality Audio content and it is only available on a few Hi-Fi streaming services. Through Sony’s app you can adjust equalizer modes, optimize settings, and overall manage your earbud performance.
The battery life on these is fantastic. They claim a 9 hour battery life with ANC turned on and 13 hours without ANC. The case offers a full charge, so you can get up to 22 hours without having to plug the case in. I wore them for almost 5 hours straight and they got down to 50% battery which falls right into line with Sony’s battery life claims. One thing that would be nice is a wireless charging case. Currently, these use USB-C for charging the case.
Bluetooth connection on these was solid and very simple to connect. A really nice feature is that they have a sensor on the inside of the buds that can tell if they are in your ear or not. When you take them out, it automatically pauses the music and when you put them back in, it starts playback. They work with Google Assistant and have Alexa built in that you can control with a touch on the buds. The right bud controls music playback, voice assistant, and hands free calling. The left controls active noise cancelling and ambient mode. Phone calls are very crisp sounding and voice was clear.
Overall, these are a fantastic pair of earbuds that are loaded with features and great sound to top it off. I would highly recommend these for anyone looking for a nice pair of noise cancelling sports earbuds.
In a nutshell they they were quick and easy to pair up, fit good in my ears and are comfortable to wear for a long period of time. Noise cancelling works well, the phone app lets you customize noise cancelling, EQ and many other settings. Good battery life apx to mfg specs. Build quality feels good for buds and case. Good bass response. Nie and clear for phone calls too!! ;-) On both ends!
However, do not expect much if any high end, 10K up, frequency response. High mids can sound harsh on certain settings. You can minimize that by using an EQ preset or by adjusting the graphic EQ manually.
Now for the details.
Scan the QR code and it will take you to a video that shows you how to pair them up. Very easy to do in my opinion. Download and set up the "Headphone" app and you can customize almost all of the features of the earbuds. And there's plenty. Plus it shows you the battery level of the buds and the charging case. The buds will also tell you info when they connect to BT and the battery life.
The top of the app always shows the buds and case battery level.
Status is the first sub screen on the app. It shows Adaptive Sound Control. You select it to change settings in the following. Noise cancellation settings and detecting what you are doing (sitting, standing, walking...), where you are (if set to do so) and sets the sound accordingly.. It also shows whatever you may be listening to, or have been listening to, such as music stored on your phone, SiriusXM, Pandora, ect.
Sound is the next sub screen. This lets you set how much ambient sound gets past the noise cancellation with a "focus on voice" option. You can also pick an EQ preset or use the graphic EQ to set the tone to your tastes. It has a dedicated "clear bass" setting under the EQ. Below all of that is the 360 reality audio setup. The app asks to analyze your ear shape. I regret that I cannot review this because I couldn't get it to work. I followed all the directions and voice prompts from the app but after 6 attempts I gave up. Last is Sound Quality Mode. You can select Priority on Sound Quality Priority or Stable Connection. I can get approximately 80 feet away from my Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus laying flat on a table before it starts to cut out. Distance will probably vary with the phone, tablet PC or other BT device used.
System is the last sub screen. It lets you set up what touching the buds do. Such as Pause, Skip, Volume, Google Asst., Alexa, ect. Auto power off, auto pause when buds are removed. Notification, voice guide and language options.
Now for what I think about the sound quality. In short they are clean and punchy with good bass but lacking in the high frequency department above 14 khz. I tested to see. I'm guessing this may by design because of being water resistant. I also have earphones by Bose (wired), Master and Dynamic, Samsung, and AKG (wired that came with my Note 10+). Those all sound better than these in the high end department. The M&Ds and Bose sound the best of the bunch overall. However these fit the best and are the most comfortable. They seal in your ear well and that means nice tight bass and good sound isolation. I think that for use in a noisy environment these would work better than the others because they emphasize the frequencies that contain the most musical sound information - harmonics. Then add the noise cancellation and you're set. If you are an audiophile that demands 20hz to 20khz +- 3 db, then these are not for you. Want to listen to music mowing your yard? These are what you need. I speak from experience, however, I did put a pair of Peltor earmuffs over them because my mower is a bit loud and has a low resonant moan with about a 3 second cycle time. It cancelled it Out!! I was Impressed!!
Music I have used to test all the earphones I have used is bands like Steely Dan, Alan Parsons, Toto, Donald Fagen, Genesis, Foreigner, ELO, ELP, Yes, Beatles, LRB and similar. Also some classical and jazz. Plus I'm a musician and have worked in several studios plus ran live sound. I'm picky.
With all things about them considered, I would recommend these for their intended purpose. A musical jog, workout or whatever with outside noises kept to a minimum or letting some in optional. Other reviewers, here and other sites, have stated there are better options in this area, including from Sony. But I can only compare them to what I have and have used in the past. Personally I would have bought them just to mow my yard with music again. Had to buy a new mower last year and that resonant roar I mentioned earlier forced me to have to use ear plugs and the muffs if I wanted quiet. So even if they don't have the highs I like, they make up for it in other areas.
These are just right in size, the portable charger is much smaller than the Beats Pros. They are effective in noise canceling and have the best sound quality for truly wireless headphones. With plenty of custom fit options, these are bound to fit many people very well, unfortunately for me, these didn’t fit very well. The left headphone would always fall out with minimal activity. I do have unusually shaped ears and this still is the best sounding truly wireless headphones I’ve used. I truly think these will fit most users and they’ll find them to be very enjoyable
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about reliability, usability, durability and price. Editors are less positive about portability and have mixed opinions about comfort. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 95/100 = Excellent quality.
While they don't perform quite as well the WF-1000XM3 and lack a little bit of premium touch for their price, the WF-SP800N are very good active noise-canceling true wireless sports earbuds.
While they don't perform quite as well the WF-1000XM3 and lack a little bit of premium touch for their price, the WF-SP800N are very good active noise-canceling true wireless sports earbuds.Full Review
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A:AnswerI have android but here it goes. If you have headphones connect to phone forget it on phone. You still have the app on phone and will connect to them automatically or just resync with phone. Put phones and press both buttons to put pair mode. The headphones should start to flash . Go to apple watch Bluetooth and search for headphones. Watch should see devise and pair. After that go to app on phone and pair headphones with phone.
A:AnswerThat may be the Adaptive sound control kicking in. For example, the audio adjusts when going from sitting to walking "mode." Trying turning off the Adaptive sound on Sony's Headphones app to see if it continues.