Enjoy the same industry-leading active noise-cancellation of Sony WH-1000XM3 at one-third of the price.
However, since the launch of their MDR series (their initial ANC line), Sony has kept the price tag within a premium range (> $300) for the mainstream crowd. You can check the latest price of the Sony WH1000XM3 here.
The premium price tag can be attributed to the list of features that WH1000XM3 has. Sony had squeezed in a lot of goodies just to keep themselves ahead of the “feature-boring” Bose.
That is why the Sony WH-CH700N is perfect for you if you don’t care about those “extra” features.
Sony WH-CH700N is purely focused on its ANC technology. It uses the Artificial Intelligence Noice Cancellation (AINC) to block out ambiance sound. The headphones listen to the environment and adjust its noise-cancellation ability according to the surrounding. It is not completely feature-less though. The headphones still retain the Google Assistant support.
How much does it cost?
Here comes the best part, the Sony WH-CH700N only cost one-third of the Sony WH1000XM3 at slightly > $100. To keep in perspective, you can get the same amount of specs as a Bose QuietComfort II at 66% price reduction.
You can check the latest price of the Sony WH-CH700N here.