• Sony WH-CH700N
  • Sony WH-CH700N
  • Sony WH-CH700N
  • Sony WH-CH700N
  • Sony WH-CH700N
  • Sony WH-CH700N
  • Sony WH-CH700N

Specs / Features


Noise cancellation adjusts to your environment with One Push AINC | Long lasting listening with up to 35 hours of battery and quick charging | Wireless Bluetooth streaming with NFC one-touch | Built-in microphone for hands free calls and use with your voice assistant | Customize your sound as you like with the "Sony | headphones connect" app for Android/iOS | 50 hours of Noise Canceling when used with wired connection. | Hear more detail with 40mm Driver Unit. In the box: USB Cable, Headphone Cable . | Frequency Response(Bluetooth Communication) - 20Hz - 20,000Hz (44.1kHz Sampling). Effec... More

Noise cancellation adjusts to your environment with One Push AINC | Long lasting listening with up to 35 hours of battery and quick charging | Wireless Bluetooth streaming with NFC one-touch | Built-in microphone for hands free calls and use with your voice assistant | Customize your sound as you like with the "Sony | headphones connect" app for Android/iOS | 50 hours of Noise Canceling when used with wired connection. | Hear more detail with 40mm Driver Unit. In the box: USB Cable, Headphone Cable . | Frequency Response(Bluetooth Communication) - 20Hz - 20,000Hz (44.1kHz Sampling). Effective Range Line of sight approx.30ft (10m). Frequency Range 2.4GHz band | Connectivity technology : Bluetooth;NFC

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Specification

Brand Sony
Model WHCH700N/B
Size 22 x 6 cm (8.7 x 2.4 in)

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Digit

A pair of decently sounding headphone to use while on their daily commute or even in the office

from Digit

The Sony WH-CH700N are a watered down version of the Sony WH-1000XM3, and in that spirit, offers a simpler feature set. The headphones have a more neutral sound which can be tweaked from the app. While you get good sound and great battery life, you lose out the touch-sensitive controls and the ab...More

The Sony WH-CH700N are a watered down version of the Sony WH-1000XM3, and in that spirit, offers a simpler feature set. The headphones have a more neutral sound which can be tweaked from the app. While you get good sound and great battery life, you lose out the touch-sensitive controls and the ability to customise the level of noise cancellation. For the price though, its a fair trade-off.

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BGR

Wireless noise cancellation for the masses

from BGR

The WH-CH700N offers a balanced sound-stage that does justice to wide array of audio but every time you listen to bass heavy music, the headphone owns it, as if the musician created them with these pair of headphones in mind. The noise cancellation is not as dynamic as that of premium 1000XM3 but...More

The WH-CH700N offers a balanced sound-stage that does justice to wide array of audio but every time you listen to bass heavy music, the headphone owns it, as if the musician created them with these pair of headphones in mind. The noise cancellation is not as dynamic as that of premium 1000XM3 but it works most of the time. It is also comfortable to wear with leakage of sound only happening when the volume is turned up to its highest level.

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What Hi-Fi

Wireless, noise-cancelling Sony headphones for just £100

If you are considering the WH-CH700Ns as a solution for everyday, general use - something for your Spotify playlists on the morning commute - then they’re certainly capable of that. For a more sophisticated performance with these kind of specs, though, your best option seems to be spending a few more pounds.

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If you are considering the WH-CH700Ns as a solution for everyday, general use - something for your Spotify playlists on the morning commute - then they’re certainly capable of that. For a more sophisticated performance with these kind of specs, though, your best option seems to be spending a few more pounds.

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Sound Guys

Not the best, not the worst noise cancelling cans

from Sound Guys

If you want a pair of noise cancelling headphones but aren’t enticed by the Bose ecosystem, Sony is a great competitor. Its flagship headphones reign king within the ANC space, and the WH-CH700N is a lightweight, portable set of headphones with a fine microphone for those who frequently telecommute to work.

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If you want a pair of noise cancelling headphones but aren’t enticed by the Bose ecosystem, Sony is a great competitor. Its flagship headphones reign king within the ANC space, and the WH-CH700N is a lightweight, portable set of headphones with a fine microphone for those who frequently telecommute to work.

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India Today

Great sound and battery life, average noise cancelling

from India Today

Sony has done a commendable job at creating the WH-CH700N as close to the more expensive WH-1000XM3 as possible without compromising on a lot of features simply to keep the price down. The WH-CH700N offers great comfort and an attractive sound quality that make it worth buying at Rs 12,990. What...More

Sony has done a commendable job at creating the WH-CH700N as close to the more expensive WH-1000XM3 as possible without compromising on a lot of features simply to keep the price down. The WH-CH700N offers great comfort and an attractive sound quality that make it worth buying at Rs 12,990. What makes it a no-brainer is the added bonus that you also get a long-lasting battery life, so you won't need to reach for the charger frequently. The only feature about the headset that will disappoint you is the noise cancelling, which is pretty average and doesn't quite meet up to the 1000XM3.

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NDTV

A relatively affordable way to get active noise cancellation

from NDTV

Apart from being technologically up-to-date in terms of codec and format support, the headset offers an acceptable level of noise cancellation, easy-to-use controls, and very good sound for the price. Furthermore, its battery life is excellent, although the slow charging may be a downer for anyon...More

Apart from being technologically up-to-date in terms of codec and format support, the headset offers an acceptable level of noise cancellation, easy-to-use controls, and very good sound for the price. Furthermore, its battery life is excellent, although the slow charging may be a downer for anyone with heavy usage. The only real flaw is its somewhat boring look and feel, but this is entirely forgivable given the sound quality and price.

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News18

Noise cancellation headphones that are better than all its rivals

from News18

The WH-CH700N has clearly learnt a few tricks from its more expensive sibling and is our pick as the noise cancellation headphone under the Rs15,000 price point.

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The WH-CH700N has clearly learnt a few tricks from its more expensive sibling and is our pick as the noise cancellation headphone under the Rs15,000 price point.

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Firstpost

Long-lasting battery, average noise cancellation

from Firstpost

Sony WH-CH700N is a good Bluetooth wireless headphone with good sound, long battery life and sturdy built. However, the noise cancellation is average and not suited for daily commute.

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Sony WH-CH700N is a good Bluetooth wireless headphone with good sound, long battery life and sturdy built. However, the noise cancellation is average and not suited for daily commute.

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Stuff

A great BT headphone overall, but could do with stronger noise-cancellation

from Stuff

If you’re main criteria of buying these headphones is noise-cancellation, you might want to audition them before purchase as it isn’t as strong as we’ve come to experience from Sony. However, as an overall headphone, this one ticks all the right boxes for an affordable BT headphone and even...More

If you’re main criteria of buying these headphones is noise-cancellation, you might want to audition them before purchase as it isn’t as strong as we’ve come to experience from Sony. However, as an overall headphone, this one ticks all the right boxes for an affordable BT headphone and even with sub-par noise-cancellation is worth the asking price. They’re pretty balanced when it comes to sound, provide a bit of noise-cancellation and give you close to 35 hours of playback, while giving you an option to plug in a wire when the juice runs out.

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GSMArena

An excellent pair of all-round headphones

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Still, seen purely as a pair of wireless stereo headphones, the CH700N are deeply impressive, mostly because they tackle the two issues people complain most about Bluetooth headphones — those being poor audio quality and short battery life — and do it with aplomb.

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Still, seen purely as a pair of wireless stereo headphones, the CH700N are deeply impressive, mostly because they tackle the two issues people complain most about Bluetooth headphones — those being poor audio quality and short battery life — and do it with aplomb.

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