- Audio cable for wired connection
- Carry case
- Plug adapter for in-flight use
- Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Noise Canceling Over-the-Ear Headphones with Google Assistant
- USB-C charging cable
Ratings & Reviews
Smart listening by SENSE ENGINE
See how Adaptive Sound Control automatically detects your activity such as traveling, walking, and waiting, then adjusts ambient sound settings to you.
Activate your Google Assistant with a simple touch
Ask it questions. Tell it to do things. It's your own personal assistant, always ready to help. Simply press and hold the noise-canceling button and ask your phone's assistant something while pressing.*
Wireless freedom with Bluetooth technology and NFC
LDAC transmits approximately three times more data than conventional Bluetooth wireless audio, allowing you to enjoy High-Res Audio content in exceptional quality, as close as possible to that of a dedicated wired connection.
With a huge 30 hours of battery life, you'll have enough power even for long trips away.
HD noise-canceling processor QN1
See what happens when it's just you and your music, with noise canceling that cuts more outside sound than ever before.
Premium sound quality
Powerful 1.57" drivers with Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) diaphragms make the headphones perfect for handling heavy beats and can reproduce a full range of frequencies up to 40 kHz.
Wear all day in total comfort
Soft, pressure-relieving earpads in foamed urethane evenly distribute pressure and increase ear pad contact for a stable fit. And with a lighter weight design, your music is the only thing you'll notice all day.
Clear hands-free calling
Everything is at your fingertips. Answer hands-free phone calls with a double tap - or change tracks, adjust the volume and make calls by touching or swiping the panel.
Quick Attention mode
With Quick Attention, you can communicate without removing your headphones - simply place your hand over the housing to turn the volume down for instant conversation.
* Update of firmware and Sony Headphones Connect app is needed. Available from September 2018 onward. Google Assistant app needs to be installed on your device. The Google Assistant is not available in all countries and languages. Requires pairing with eligible phone and Internet connection.