My house is loud. Ridiculously loud. All the time. Two of the three kids play guitar, keyboard, and drums. The little one seemingly has YouTube blaring every available moment (if I have to listen to one more SECOND of Stampy LongNose, I might go crazy), and an Italian-American husband means the volume in my home is rarely below a dull roar. Sometimes, I just need a few minutes to hear myself think. Or even just to hear my music or podcast or audiobook. Any of those would do. That’s one of the reasons I’m loving the Sony WH-1000XM3 wireless noise-canceling headphones. These over-the-ear-headphones offer me a few minutes of solitude, even when my entire family is surrounding me.
Why Sony Noise-Canceling Headphones?
Sony’s proprietary HD noise-canceling processor offers the pinnacle of noise-cancellation. These headphones aren’t like others on the market. They offer premium sound and true noise-canceling technology. Others often claim to drown out the crowd, but they seldom deliver. These wireless headphones offer adaptive sound control. That means they detect your activity and balances noise-canceling levels accordingly. It gives you the opportunity to hear your music only–nothing else.
Additionally, these noise-canceling headphones offer users 30 hours of playback on a single charge. It’s funny because for as many chargers as I have for all my devices, I seem to always run out of battery life. I’m a procrastinator and don’t generally charge stuff until it’s just about dead (with the exception of my phone, which gets charged every night). That means I’m always running down batteries and then don’t have my speakers or earbuds or watch or headset when I want to use them. However, Sony thought of the lazy chargers like me, too. If you don’t have time for a full charge, ten minutes will get a whopping FIVE HOURS of playback!
I’m a busy mama. I have so much to do in a short amount of time. When I need a quick breather or a break from the constant noise, I can’t always lock myself in a quiet place or take a walk or go for a drive. There’s too much to do! That’s why I am loving the Sony noise-canceling headphones. When things get obnoxious in my house, but I can’t get away, I just sleep on these wireless headphones, turn on my favorite music, and enjoy what feels like my own little island in the middle of my chaotic family. It’s a lifesaver, really.