Other reviewers say they’re like ‘the new TWS’s benchmark’ and ‘the end of Sony’s monopoly’ and stuff, so why wouldn’t I want to review those myself! So I was working round and round these headphones, and then a follower of mine unexpectedly offered me their pair to use for a review. Like, to send them to my place. So I can make a review.I agreed before that kind person could generate any second thoughts.
Well, why Sony WF-1000xm4? Believe it or not, it’s insanely hard to find anything decent, that’s why. All of the TWS headphones models I’ve tried (about 30 of them) didn’t fascinate me in any way, and it just so happened that the WF-1000xm3 I once owned were cool. I really enjoyed them, but then the battery capacity decided it’s time to go.
Let’s get straight to the point: the Noble company managed to make some completely wireless headphones with very good sound. Like, phenomenally good sound. But are these Noble headphones themselves? This is actually a big question.