Audio Technology

SONY WH-1000XM2 Bluetooth Headphones

Bluetooth headphones aren’t the stock-in-trade for AT reviews; notwithstanding, we all have smartphones and like listening to music on the go. We thought we’d look at what’s out there for the discerning travelling engineer/producer who wants to go wireless.

Sony’s noise cancelling is right up there with the best. Without any content streaming through, the silence is almost draining, close to the disorientation of hanging out in an anechoic chamber. You’ll

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