May 18, 2020
In the Summer of 2017 a well-known Japanese audio company Sony represented its new model of wireless...Read More
Let me represent and give you my evaluation of the wireless headphones with a wire option, a closed back, and over ear wearing style Sony WH1000XM3 vs Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless.
Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless with impedance 32 Ohm wins twice vs Sony WH1000XM3 with 16 Ohm. Though the frequency response is almost equal, 5Hz-40KHz vs 4Hz-40KHz accordingly. The difference in sensitivity is also very slight, 100 vs 104 dB. Battery life of both headphones is 30 hours, however Sony with noise cancelling option works 8 hours longer. Both support aptX and aptX HD.
Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless have a harmonious sound overall that I would call neutral. In Sony WH1000XM3 I can hear a good bass and a good balance of instruments and vocals. In general, it sounds decently neutral and smooth. It is represented with an active noise cancelling with an adjustable level that is a big plus for this model.
The weight of Sony WH1000XM3 vs Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless is almost equal, 380 g vs 381 g. Both headphones have an adjustable headband. The Sony model is more portable for its foldable cups.
The headphones have a built-in microphone, a detachable cable, in-line, touch, and app, and voice control supported by Google Assistant/Siri. Battery free listening mode is present in both though the battery level indicator I find in the Sony headphone only.
The Sony WH1000XM3 is better headphones in this comparison. Check Sony WH1000XM3 price