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eBay: Seller refurbished Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless Bluetooth NC Noise Canceling Headphones - Black $89.99 + FS

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evergreenpoint via eBay [ebay.com] has Seller refurbished Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless Bluetooth NC Noise Canceling Headphones - Black for $89.99 and Free Shipping.

Seller Notes: "90 Day Warranty. Includes Charging Case, Charging Cable, Extra Ear Tips. Excludes Retail Packaging. Fully Functional. Expect Light Blemishes."

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Silver color also available, same price.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Sony-WF-...3779456661

Finally pulled the trigger on this one.
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These have good noise cancelling?
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These have good noise cancelling?
Good sound & ANC in my opinion. I own these and like them, but would not recommend anywhere close to their retail price. The microphone is horrendous and there isn't a listed IP rating for these so technically not even sweat proof. I like the touch controls and the battery has been good to me, but I read that most people have had trouble with one piece not charging correctly. Just be careful with refurbished as most earbuds get flooded in the aftermarket because of defects. This is a good price to gamble on, but I would recommend the Jabra refurbished that are usually cheaper and posted quite often on SD.
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To think I paid full price around $250 when these first came out on how much I liked their over the ear version. But then I got the much smaller AirPods Pro and haven't looked back. The Sonys offer better noise isolation with its memory foam tips but I was able to workaround that with the AirPods by slipping the stock tips over Comply memory foam tips (look for a reddit post on this). They're now even better than the Sonys. Lighter, much less bulky, and killer ANC. They are pricey though
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I picked these up and got a Squaretrade warranty as well. Just in case.
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To think I paid full price around $250 when these first came out on how much I liked their over the ear version.
Tech always depreciates... Early adopters have the most to lose. I don't bother with anything day one.

Not sure if there's a use for these in my collection. Already have the Galaxy Buds, but mainly rely on planars for music.
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Tech always depreciates... Early adopters have the most to lose. I don't bother with anything day one.

Not sure if there's a use for these in my collection. Already have the Galaxy Buds, but mainly rely on planars for music.
The little groove on the lid of these help the charging case double as a phone stand.
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I got these from another large refurb seller on fleabay a month ago. They were $10 more,
The music sounds amazing compared to a couple others I have, including the original Galaxy Buds. Would I pay full price for them? No, but I don't think you can get better NC headphones in this form factor for the money.
I've only used them once for conversation (conference call), but they held up well. People were hearing me without an issue
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Good sound & ANC in my opinion. I own these and like them, but would not recommend anywhere close to their retail price. The microphone is horrendous and there isn't a listed IP rating for these so technically not even sweat proof. I like the touch controls and the battery has been good to me, but I read that most people have had trouble with one piece not charging correctly. Just be careful with refurbished as most earbuds get flooded in the aftermarket because of defects. This is a good price to gamble on, but I would recommend the Jabra refurbished that are usually cheaper and posted quite often on SD.
Ya, I've also been told my MIC is horrible. I haven't spent any time trying to fix/configure it though. This has limited my use of the headphones for daily use (work) and fell back to my Logitech G933.
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Highly recommend these. The mic was fixed in a firmware update several updates ago.

They're easy to wipe down with disinfecting wipe btw. From another seller, mine arrived in literally brand new condition. Like literally not even dust particles on it.

These are the best true wireless earbuds on the market. Pairs perfectly with my Nvidia Shield and my OnePlus 7 Pro.
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These have good noise cancelling?
Noise cancelling works perfectly. Only thing not great about these is the mic quality. Bought a refurb pair 2 months ago and couldn't be happier.
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Is this a upgrade over the 65t? The 65t is pretty good but the fit isn't too good.

The thing is I can only hear outta one ear due to hearing loss so spending big money for earpods is dumb but I want something nice.

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Is this a upgrade over the 65t? The 65t is pretty good but the fit isn't too good.

The thing is I can only hear outta one ear due to hearing loss so spending big money for earpods is dumb but I want something nice.
Same question
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These have good noise cancelling?
They have good noise canceling for sure, and the sound quality is truly excellent. On par with my corded Westone W40s. However, I found them dropping out for moments/crackling every now and then, which I don't experience with my much less expensive soundcore headphones. Call quality was also very poor and I was told it sounded like I was far away or muffled. I ended up sending them back
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