Sony WF-SP800N review

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  • Sony WF-SP800N
  • Sony WF-SP800N
  • Sony WF-SP800N
  • Sony WF-SP800N
  • Sony WF-SP800N
  • Sony WF-SP800N

Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Specification
Warranty (Months) 12 months
Release date May 31, 2020
Size
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Tom's Guide

A versatile workout companion that keeps the distractions to a minimum

from Tom's Guide

The Sony WF-SP800N are legit wireless sports earbuds with strong aesthetics, battery life, and sound, but are missing some features.

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The Sony WF-SP800N are legit wireless sports earbuds with strong aesthetics, battery life, and sound, but are missing some features.

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Engadget

Feature-packed earbuds at an affordable price

from Engadget

Sony’s new mid-range model offers a lot of high-end features at an affordable price. The WF-SP800N are designed to withstand your sweaty workouts with the company’s powerful Adaptive Sound Control on top of great sound quality, reliable touch controls and customizable EQ. There are better opt...More

Sony’s new mid-range model offers a lot of high-end features at an affordable price. The WF-SP800N are designed to withstand your sweaty workouts with the company’s powerful Adaptive Sound Control on top of great sound quality, reliable touch controls and customizable EQ. There are better options if you’re willing to spend more, but you’ll have a hard time doing better than these earbuds at this price.

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Android Community

The ANC advantage

from Android Community

Sony has got the price point right for the WF-SP800N, given that it includes ANC and great sound, waterproofing, and more battery life. Overall it packs in a punch and is very much up for the challenge.

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Sony has got the price point right for the WF-SP800N, given that it includes ANC and great sound, waterproofing, and more battery life. Overall it packs in a punch and is very much up for the challenge.

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Cnet

Wireless sports earbuds deliver a mostly winning combo

from Cnet

They may not be outstanding, but I liked them. They're good true wireless sports buds that have pleasant sound (particularly if you like bass) and a strong feature set. I think the only issue is that with all the competition out there, they're a little expensive at $200, which is what the WF-1000XM3 seems to cost these days.

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They may not be outstanding, but I liked them. They're good true wireless sports buds that have pleasant sound (particularly if you like bass) and a strong feature set. I think the only issue is that with all the competition out there, they're a little expensive at $200, which is what the WF-1000XM3 seems to cost these days.

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Laptop Magazine

All about that bass

from Laptop Magazine

The Sony WF-SP800N gets a lot of things right: they’ve got amazing battery life, loud, rich audio, great active noise cancelling and an estimated 9 hours of battery life. Plus, they’re relatively affordable compared to competing buds and they’re some of the most durable on the market. But t...More

The Sony WF-SP800N gets a lot of things right: they’ve got amazing battery life, loud, rich audio, great active noise cancelling and an estimated 9 hours of battery life. Plus, they’re relatively affordable compared to competing buds and they’re some of the most durable on the market. But the buds' call quality really needs some work. And the bass, while great on some songs, is overwhelming on others. You’re really going to have to get comfortable playing with the equalizer on the app.

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