Sony WF-SP900 Wireless IEMs

Sony WF-SP900 Wireless IEMs

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Product Description
A game changer in the lightweight earphone market, the Sony WF-SP900 wireless IEMs let you listen to your tunes virtually anywhere. Whether you’re running in the rain or out for a swim, the IPX5/8 waterproof rating keeps out water down to 6.5 feet Read More

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ivingan1
0
Jun 8, 2019
Ive read a number of reviews that the volume on these dont get loud enough. Right now this product checks boxes of many other things that i want to have in a wireless earbud. Can anyone endorse or refute what has been said about the volume? Its the only thing holding me back from getting these right now
The early firmware restricted volume levels in units intended for Europe and Asian markets. However with the recent firmware updates I hear those problems have been fixed somewhat. I would recommend trying it out with the most recent firmware before buying.
Taiwwa
40
Jun 6, 2019
I have the WF1000 true wireless and they’re one of the most used electronics that I have. They sound very good, surprisingly so, and they’re also noise cancelling. Sony makes the best true wireless in the biz IMO.
jayskerdoo
9
Jun 7, 2019
What? These IEMs are absolutely abysmal dude I sincerely hope you can experience something better especially if you think these are any good!
DMTTAB
98
Jun 8, 2019
while they might not suit your taste it's still awesome that he's having a blast with them. Enjoying audio means different things to different people. It's subjective. It's a bold statement to say they make the best true wireless IEMs, tho. lol
Gonzoflex1
9
Jun 5, 2019
Is this something you could wear swimming?
CaptainNemo412
61
Jun 5, 2019
No AptX. And why do we have a sony bluetooth IEM that doesn't support LDAC?
Most of the "true wireless" regardless of manufacturer are avoiding the high battery drain codecs as most have pretty sad run times to begin with. Creative Outlier is the the only one I'm aware of that includes AptX .
haswellcore
0
Jun 5, 2019
Are there any other in ears with internal memory?
BlueTom
384
Jun 5, 2019
I wish there was a picture in the Description of a person actually wearing these buds. They look larger than any others I've seen, but I can't tell without a perspective shot. If anyone has a set and can talk about the size and/or comfort, or if Drop or Sony could track down a perspective shot and post it in the Description, I'd sure appreciate it.
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