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Price in title would be nice
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Same price at Best Buy, for the OP to add.
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Make sure to read the reviews about long term comfort. I went through the whole pressure adjustment process and tried wearing the headband in several different ways, but ultimately had to send them back as I was getting headaches after more than an hour of wear.

I only read later it might have been due not only to the headband (which was a little snug) but also the ANC strength. I always felt like I was coming out of the water, or that my ears needed to pop.

I've since switched to the Surface Headphones 2, which has adjustable ANC. It's set to low most of the time. One week in, so far so good!

That said, if you can wear the Sonys long term, the ANC is crazy good (silence standing next to a running vacuum, among others) and good sound quality.
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Make sure to read the reviews about long term comfort. I went through the whole pressure adjustment process and tried wearing the headband in several different ways, but ultimately had to send them back as I was getting headaches after more than an hour of wear.

I only read later it might have been due not only to the headband (which was a little snug) but also the ANC strength. I always felt like I was coming out of the water, or that my ears needed to pop.

I've since switched to the Surface Headphones 2, which has adjustable ANC. It's set to low most of the time. One week in, so far so good!

That said, if you can wear the Sonys long term, the ANC is crazy good (silence standing next to a running vacuum, among others) and good sound quality.
Fyi, you can adjust the ANC on the XM4s. I have not had any issues with comfort myself, maybe you just have an oversized mellon 😁
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Does this have micro usb or usb c?
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Does this have micro usb or usb c?
Usb C
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Does this have micro usb or usb c?
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Having irreplaceable ear pads is a major downside of this iteration
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Are these on-ear or over-ear?
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I better buy Bose QC 35II from staples on Black Friday for $199. It way much better than XM3/4.
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Make sure to read the reviews about long term comfort. I went through the whole pressure adjustment process and tried wearing the headband in several different ways, but ultimately had to send them back as I was getting headaches after more than an hour of wear.

I only read later it might have been due not only to the headband (which was a little snug) but also the ANC strength. I always felt like I was coming out of the water, or that my ears needed to pop.

I've since switched to the Surface Headphones 2, which has adjustable ANC. It's set to low most of the time. One week in, so far so good!

That said, if you can wear the Sonys long term, the ANC is crazy good (silence standing next to a running vacuum, among others) and good sound quality.
That's interesting, because I bought the Surface Headphones 2 because of the way you can fine tune the ANC, However I had to give them away because the clamping force on the headband was too strong to the point of getting a sharp pain in my jaw joint near my ear. Thanks for the post, I guess Sony headphones aren't the way to go either.
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Make sure to read the reviews about long term comfort. I went through the whole pressure adjustment process and tried wearing the headband in several different ways, but ultimately had to send them back as I was getting headaches after more than an hour of wear.

I only read later it might have been due not only to the headband (which was a little snug) but also the ANC strength. I always felt like I was coming out of the water, or that my ears needed to pop.

I've since switched to the Surface Headphones 2, which has adjustable ANC. It's set to low most of the time. One week in, so far so good!

That said, if you can wear the Sonys long term, the ANC is crazy good (silence standing next to a running vacuum, among others) and good sound quality.
That's interesting, because I bought the Surface Headphones 2 because of the way you can fine tune the ANC, However I had to give them away because the clamping force on the headband was too strong to the point of getting a sharp pain in my jaw joint near my ear. Thanks for the post, I guess Sony headphones aren't the way to go either.
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Overkill for online gaming?
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Having irreplaceable ear pads is a major downside of this iteration
wait, what . . . i have the xm3 and i am able to replace the pads. how different are the pads on xm4?
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