Sony WH-CH700N Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones
Sony WH-CH700N Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones
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Lose the cords and listen to your music wirelessly with the Sony WH-CH700N headphones. Whether you’re in a crowd, on the train, or in any other noisy environment, Sony’s Artificial Intelligence noise-canceling technology actively cuts out unwanted sound Read More

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HamishtheDog
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Apr 26, 2019
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I don’t have any experience with this model, but I do own a pair of the Sony wh-h900n, which I find to be reliably great sounding headphones, *almost* rivaling my 58x for quality and enjoyability. If these have a similar sound then I’d recommend them. I wouldn’t expect great noise cancelling from anything but their top of the line product, but the anc still seems pretty solid on their lower tier headphones.
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Apr 26, 2019
megalonzerg
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Apr 26, 2019
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How do you wirelessly connect headphones like this to a Sansa Clip or other device that does not have a complex operating system? Why are all the "wireless" headphones using Bluetooth now? Bluetooth is not wireless - the wire may be invisible but it is still there in the form of expensive, power-sucking, often unreliable overhead. The NFC on these should at least make it easier to get it to find the connection, but that only works for power hungry OS dependant junk that is clogged up with Bluetooth and other unnecessary clutter. Sometimes "more" is too much.
Apr 26, 2019
BF_Hammer
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Apr 29, 2019
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Ahh, it must be your way to request help by phrasing it as a big complaint in general. All I could discerne there was some anger about bluetooth being used in a product. If somebody phrased the inquiry as "my Sansa player has no bluetooth. Is there a wireless headphone out there that could work instead?" Your way just comes off as another old guy ranting over techno-change. And I'm an old guy myself.
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Apr 29, 2019
megalonzerg
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Apr 29, 2019
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Actually, I started off simply asking if there was a way to use the bluetooth headphones with a non-bluetooth device, hoping someone knew of some kind of adapter made for that purpose. I followed up with a quick explanation of why I needed it, and expressing regret that it seemed as if RF headphones were no longer being offered. There was no rant or anything close to it. There was no anger at all. Only an observation that the newest thing is not always the only thing that is needed by everyone. It's entirely likely that other people seeing this offering wanted to ask the same question. Maybe they didn't because they were afraid of being pounced on and ridiculed for not thinking the way they are supposed to. I usually wait to answer someone's question till I have something useful to offer, and not just mean spirited criticism of they way they express themselves.
Apr 29, 2019
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