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Sony WF-SP800N

Sony WF-SP800N
alaScore 94

58 reviews

Nov, 2021

alaTest has collected and analyzed 58 reviews of Sony WF-SP800N. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Opinions about the durability and noise isolation are on the whole positive. The comfort and usability also get good comments, but some have doubts about the soundstage. Views are divided on the portability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Sony WF-SP800N is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Simon Cohen (digitaltrends.com)

Sony WF-SP800N review: Elite earbuds for every athlete

 

It's hard to beat Sony's WF-1000XM3 true wireless earbuds, but with ANC, waterproofing, monster battery life, and great sound, Sony's WF-SP800N come very close.

Great sound ; Class-leading battery life ; Very good water and dust protection ; Good active noise cancellation ; Excellent call quality

Bulky charging case ; No wireless charging

Feb, 2021

Expert review by (engadget.com)

Sony WF-SP800N review: Feature-packed earbuds at an affordable price

 

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...

Price ; Deep punchy bass ; Powerful ANC ; 360 Reality Audio compatibility ; Loads of premium features

Awkward fit ; On-board volume controls requires sacrifice ; No wireless charging

May, 2020

Expert review by : Chris Welch (theverge.com)

Sony WF-SP800N review: noise cancellation for your workouts

 

Unlike the 1000XM3s, these have proper water and sweat resistance.

Secure, comfortable fit ; Adequate noise cancellation ; Bass has plenty of oomph for workout playlists

Overall sound quality isn’t as detailed or pleasing as 1000XM3s ; Case lacks wireless charging and only has enough battery for one recharge ; No multipoint Bluetooth pairing

Sony’s SP800N earbuds are the company’s middle-tier set of true wireless earbuds. Like the flagship 1000XM3 buds, these have noise cancellation — but they add water / sweat resistance and longer battery life.

Jun, 2020

Expert review by : Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Sony WF-SP800N Review

 

Powerful audio performance with deep bass and sculpted highs ; Excellent battery life ; Water-resistant build ; App has ANC and EQ controls ; Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant support

Limited controls ; Large charging case offers less extra battery life than usual

Solid noise cancellation, powerful audio performance, and a water-resistant build make the Sony WF-SP800N a strong contender in this price range

Jun, 2020

Expert review by (cnet.com)

While they don't perform quite as well the WF-1000XM3 and lack a little bit of premium touch for their price, the WF-SP800N are very good active noise

 

While they don't perform quite as well the WF-1000XM3 and lack a little bit of premium touch for their price, the WF-SP800N are very good active noise-canceling true wireless sports earbuds.

May, 2020

Expert review by : Chris Davies (slashgear.com)

Sony WF-SP800N Review: ANC earbuds fitter for fitness

 

Sony shook things up last year when it launched its first set of true wireless active noise-cancelling earbuds, and now the new WF-SP800N are here to pick up that torch. With waterproofing and a lower price tag, they don't replace the WF-1000XM3 but...

Sound great and Extra Bass lives up to its name ; Active noise cancellation is almost up to WF-1000XM3's ; IP55 water/dustproofing is great for fitness use ; Battery life is epic ; Comfortable, secure fit

Charging case is bulky and lacks Qi ; Doesn't quite match ANC/sound of WF-1000XM3's ; Earbuds are a little heavy and protrude from your ears

May, 2020

Expert review by : Jake Thauvette (rtings.com)

Sony WF-SP800N Truly Wireless Review

 

The Sony WF-SP800N are sports-oriented, truly wireless earbuds with quite a few extra features. They're well-built, quite comfortable, and do a great job of stay...

Very stable fit. Sturdy build quality. Graphic EQ in companion app. Long continuous battery life.

Closed-off-soundstage. No multi-device pairing. No volume controls by default. Mic struggles with noise handling in loud places. Ineffective ANC system. Somewhat boomy out-the-box sound profile.

The Sony WF-SP800N are alright for neutral sound. Their default sound profile is bass-heavy, suitable for genres like EDM and hip-hop, but while vocals and lead instruments are present and clear, they sometimes lack finer details. These headphones also...

Aug, 2021

Expert review by : Radoslav Minkov (phonearena.com)

Sony WF-SP800N review

 

The Sony WF-SP800N headphones are truly wireless and conveniently feature adjustable noise cancelling. They particularly impress by having an IP55 rating, meaning not only vague water and dust resistance, but that you can literally rinse them when needed.

Excellent battery life; Quality sound with clean bass; Adjustable noise cancelling levels with optional focus on voice; IP55 rating means you can rinse them

The charging case is too large for pockets; Occasional connection issues

Oct, 2020

Expert review by : Alex Bracetti (tomsguide.com)

Sony WF-SP800N review

 

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

Deep, customizable sound ; Superb battery life (on a single charge) ; IP55 water-resistant ; Tons of features via Sony Headphones app ; Modest active noise cancellation

Very buggy ; Missing QN1e processor and other signature Sony features ; Bulky, protruding design

Do they warrant their $200 price tag? When compared to the more advanced WH-1000XM3, or category leaders like the Jabra Elite Active 75t? I don’t think so. They can definitely benefit from a price drop. But if you're a fitness junkie who favors...

Mar, 2021

Expert review by : Chester Tan (musicphotolife.com)

Sony WF-SP800N Review: True Wireless For Sports with Noise Cancelling

 

The WF-SP800N is basically a sports version of the popular Sony WF-1000XM3 with better battery, IP55, and stays on ears, all at a lower price.

The WF-SP800N is basically a sports variant of the WF-1000XM3 with a few features removed and with a slightly lower price point. It’s somewhat a mixed bag and will probably appeal to consumers who needs ANC and Ambient Sound feature during their...

Jul, 2020

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