Sony’s new WH-1000XM5 noise-canceling headphones are the company’s most advanced to date — but also the most expensive at $400. For that money, you get a fresh design, upgraded sound, better active noise cancellation than ever, and improved voice call quality. But they're very similar to the 1000XM4s, giving Sony fans little reason to upgrade.
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0:00 Sony WH-1000XM5 Intro 0:35 New Updates (Design, Sound, Active Noise Canceling, Price) 0:55 New Design 2:05 Carrying Case 2:52 Sound Quality 3:56 Noise Canceling 4:40 Mic Quality 5:00 Mic Test (WH-1000XM5 vs WH-1000XM4 vs AirPods Max vs Bose 700 vs Sennheiser Momentum 3) 6:26 Extra Features (Codecs, Multipoint 7:01 Battery 7:15 Missing Features 7:48 Conclusion 8:00 Sony WH-1000XM5 vs. WH-1000XM4
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