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Sony WH-1000XM3 over ear Bluetooth wireless headphones w/ANC, $255 at Amazon.com

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Thank you, I've been waiting a long time for a deal on these!
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Certified?
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It's very tempting to get these now and take advantage of both this deal and the Amex promotion; only $221 after NY tax. Then again, the XM4s may be right around the corner.

Does anyone else think it may be worth waiting for the new model and skip these?

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Shipped and sold by Amazon, so I believe so.
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Certified?
These are brand new. Shipped & sold by Amazon.
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also $3 digital credit for no-rush.
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I own these headphones. I picked them up refurbished for $212. They sound GREAT. However two issues with them.
  1. The touch controls are not intuitive. You do get used to them eventually but they are more of a gimmic
  2. No Multipoint Bluetooth. This means you cannot connect to two devices at the same time. This is super annoying if you have a cell phone, a tablet, and a laptop. You'll be switching between each by doing a full pairing.
I also own several Bose QC's up through the 35 II. Sonys sound better but ease of use of Bose is much better. I have also extensively used the Microsoft Surface phones. They don't sound very good but have touch controls and multipoint. Sooner or later someone will get them all the features at the same time. Think about the Sony's being several years old now. the XM4's might be amazing!
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I own these headphones. I picked them up refurbished for $212. They sound GREAT. However two issues with them.
  1. The touch controls are not intuitive. You do get used to them eventually but they are more of a gimmic
  2. No Multipoint Bluetooth. This means you cannot connect to two devices at the same time. This is super annoying if you have a cell phone, a tablet, and a laptop. You'll be switching between each by doing a full pairing.
I also own several Bose QC's up through the 35 II. Sonys sound better but ease of use of Bose is much better. I have also extensively used the Microsoft Surface phones. They don't sound very good but have touch controls and multipoint. Sooner or later someone will get them all the features at the same time. Think about the Sony's being several years old now. the XM4's might be amazing!
No Multipoint Bluetooth.


This is a deal breaker for me. Thanks!
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I own these, they are really great for noise cancellation and eves dropping (when you put ur hand over the right side can, it turns it in to a hearing-aid).
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It's very tempting to get these now and take advantage of both this deal and the Amex promotion; only $221 after NY tax. Then again, the XM4s may be right around the corner.

Does anyone else think it may be worth waiting for the new model and skip these?


Shipped and sold by Amazon, so I believe so.
Everyone has told me to wait. I waited too long. These are industry standard, their price has only gone down about $100 over 5 years. Even if a new one comes out It might be $500+.
I say get this and worry about it after 5 years.
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last 3 months on Amazon
$278 -> $348 -> $298 -> $348 -> 278 -> $255
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  1. No Multipoint Bluetooth. This means you cannot connect to two devices at the same time. This is super annoying if you have a cell phone, a tablet, and a laptop. You'll be switching between each by doing a full pairing.
I also own several Bose QC's up through the 35 II. Sonys sound better but ease of use of Bose is much better. I have also extensively used the Microsoft Surface phones. They don't sound very good but have touch controls and multipoint. Sooner or later someone will get them all the features at the same time. Think about the Sony's being several years old now. the XM4's might be amazing!
Primary reason I had to pick qc35 ii over these. This is unforgiveable in today's world and deal breakers for business users like me. For people whom this is important give it a pass and pray xm4s have this (yet I doubt if they will be implemented as seamless as bose's which is almost a decade old)
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