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[The Source] Sony XM3 Grey noise cancelling headphones - 340$ with PSP + 1% ebates +tax

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[The Source] Sony XM3 Grey noise cancelling headphones - 340$ with PSP + 1% ebates +tax

Sony WH1000XM3 Over-Ear Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - Silver
For 340$ + Tax
You can add 1% ebates for an extra 3.40$ off

Good price for some of the top sounding ANC headphones at this moment.
This might be a sign the XM4 are to be realease soon.
Last edited by HeadStr0ng on Jul 12th, 2019 9:22 am, edited 1 time in total.
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kira1337 wrote: I see $400???
You need to log into an account with PSP. I see the 339.99.
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Sep 19, 2017
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kira1337 wrote: I see $400???
Do you have a PSP account? If not then you wouldn't see the discount
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kira1337 wrote: I see $400???
Sale price is $399.99, price with PSP is an extra $60 off, which is $340.
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Apr 1, 2005
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Also forgot to mention PSP discount only works on the Grey Model.
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Just a personal opinion, but I didn't find the included ear pads very comfortable. It feels like my ears are touching the driver part.

I swapped the ear pads with Dekoni suede ones and they improved the comfort, but also changed the sound. I actually enjoy the sound more now.
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Nov 23, 2013
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My bose700 hasn't been shipped yet or I don't know if they will, maybe I should just buy this..
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Aug 30, 2018
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If I remember correctly these have issues in the cold, making them impractical if you want to wear them outside all year round especially in Canada.

Issues including randomly increasing or decreasing volume, switching songs, etc... it has to do with the touch sensor on the side of the headphones.
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gnafxu wrote: My bose700 hasn't been shipped yet or I don't know if they will, maybe I should just buy this..
Same dilemma.
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Cptlasky wrote: If I remember correctly these have issues in the cold, making them impractical if you want to wear them outside all year round especially in Canada.

Issues including randomly increasing or decreasing volume, switching songs, etc... it has to do with the touch sensor on the side of the headphones.
I’ve had zero issues with the xm2 in -20 to -30 degrees
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gnafxu wrote: My bose700 hasn't been shipped yet or I don't know if they will, maybe I should just buy this..
FlukeSkywalker wrote: Same dilemma.
Was there a deal on the Bose?
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tunda11 wrote: I’ve had zero issues with the xm2 in -20 to -30 degrees
Different product. XM3 is known for issues in cold temperatures.
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tunda11 wrote: I’ve had zero issues with the xm2 in -20 to -30 degrees
They changed something in the XM3 that caused this problem based on reading other posts.

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