Today I offer you to take a look at this stylish pair of wireless headphones. In my Sony WH-H900N review I am telling about its technical characteristics and sound. The device is closed-back and over-ear.
With voice control, you can call Siri or Google Assistant. Plus, you will have app control. The mentioned device supports Bluetooth 4.1 and NFC. Speaking of Sony WH-H900N specs, its impedance is 32 Ohm. Another feature worth mentioning is the frequency response — 5 Hz - 40 kHz. The last technical thing I would like to tell you about is sensitivity which is 103 dB.
You can wear and use the device for around 28 hours before you are interrupted by a low battery. But consider that the charging time is 6 hours which I find too long. There is no speed charge option provided. Like most of the other wireless devices, this one has a free-battery listening mode.
Music playback is crisp and clear with decent bass. Sony WH-H900N produces punchy, thick, and textured bass. When it comes to soundstage, the WH-900 presents a nice amount of width and even offers a bit of depth and height. Sony provides some presets, and you can also create custom EQ settings.
Using Sony WH-H900N you have several levels of noise-canceling and can change them depending on your environment.
The device Sony WH-H900N is supplied with a detachable cable. It is 120 cm/4 ft long and has to be plugged in a 3.5 jack. Also, you will find a charging cable USB-C to USB-A in the package. To add, the WH-H900N supports aptX HD.
The battery level indicator on the ear cups lets you always be aware of how much time of wireless listening is left. The headphones Sony WH-H900N can be neatly folded and carried in a nice pouch you get with the appliance. Their headband can be adjusted for a comfortable fit. The weight of the device is 290 g/10.2 oz. It has a built-in microphone and different types of control. With Sony WH-H900N, you have built-in buttons and in-line control as well.