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Sony WF-C500 True Wireless Headphones – Up to 20 hours battery life with charging case – Voice Assistant compatible – Built-in mic for phone calls…

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Sony WF-C500 True Wireless Headphones – Up to 20 hours battery life with charging case – Voice Assistant compatible – Built-in mic for phone calls…
Sony WF-C500 True Wireless Headphones – Up to 20 hours battery life with charging case – Voice Assistant compatible – Built-in mic for phone calls…

£47.50

Description

  • Small and light ear buds – a great fit
  • DSEE technology and tailored sound with EQ for a more delightful listening experience on your Sony headphones
  • Stable, easy Bluetooth headphones connectivity
  • Up to 20 hours battery life, plus these Sony wireless headphones offer a quick charging feature
  • IPX4 splash resistance rating

Additional information

Specification: Sony WF-C500 True Wireless Headphones – Up to 20 hours battery life with charging case – Voice Assistant compatible – Built-in mic for phone calls…

Batteries

3 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

8 x 5 x 5 cm, 87 Grams

Date First Available

25 Sept. 2021

Manufacturer

Item model number

WFC500B.CE7

Country of origin

Vietnam

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7 reviews for Sony WF-C500 True Wireless Headphones – Up to 20 hours battery life with charging case – Voice Assistant compatible – Built-in mic for phone calls…

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  1. Dylan Kenrick. Belen Arnaez Ruiz

    The Sound quality is pretty good, especially when using the accompanying app, the fit is good even for small ears, but there is a constant background hiss when playing audio and for a few seconds after audio has ended that makes all the good things irrelevant. The hiss is really quite loud and I can hear it even when playing music loudly, and it’s even more noticeable in silent moments during video media. I wish I could like this product but I’m really very disappointed.

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  2. Steven B.

    I (like a previous reviewer) had the galaxy buds + before and thought the Samsungs were great. I needed a spare set so got these Sony earbuds at £59. That’s roughly what I paid for the Samsungs so this is a fair comparison.
    The buds+ win on the feel and fit but that’s it really. The Sonys do stay in. It’s just that the feel of the buds+ And their case is nicer and seems more expensive. The Sonys feel cheap by comparison and there much less grippy than the Samsungs so they’re much more fiddly coming out of the case and going in your ears.
    These are small points though because the sound is far superior with the Sonys. I have their headphones too so I’m used to their customisable sound from the app. I wasn’t sure if these earbuds would have access to this on the app…. But they do!!! Wow. This app never ceases to amaze me. Not even Bose or sennheiser or anyone else comes close to it. Sure, most of the competition have “pre set” sounds but with Sony you can choose “custom” and then set…

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  3. PKB

    Disappointing sound – probably because the technology eats up most of the money they cost. They can also fall out if you’re not careful. Would definitely not use them for running. Most annoying however is to push them into your ear because they haven’t got “handles” like most wired models and the white areas you see are buttons that have functions. So, when you push them back into your ear when they are about to fall out you inevitably activate those functions which is a major design fault. Haven’t tried the mic but cannot imagine it to be good. I’d buy “classic” ones with handles, like Ear Pods have. I also believe their mics work better because they’re simply closer to your mouth.

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  4. Vickey

    Really happy with these headphones, the sound quality is great and the battery life is amazing. Haven’t had to charge once, I use them every day. Noise cancellation is great, only thing is the microphone isn’t great quality. Overall 8.5/10

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  5. LB

    They fit great (and I have small ears and struggle with finding comfortable buds). I also have a pair of galaxy buds pro and the Sony’s are actually a more comfortable fit. Sound quality is excellent for phone calls. Can happily just use one of them. Don’t really use them much for music but from what I have heard, they are decent. Noise cancellation not as good as the buds. Every time you put them in they tell you battery level which I find quite useful. (The buds you have to go into the app to check). Overall a decent pair of buds by a great brand name. Not outstanding but for the price they do the job and don’t give me ear ache or fall out constantly!

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  6. robin

    These are great – its hard to imagine being disappointed with them for less than £100, i paid £59 on black friday

    They are small, light and well-made. The Fit is good, they are easy to put in and they dont fall out. The Bluetooth connection is easy to set up, fast to connect and stable. The physical buttons work well

    The sound is impressive. The bass is good, it is punchy and controlled – perhaps the best i have heard in many sets of in-ear headphones. There is plenty of energy through the mid-range and detail higher up. They they struggle a little with more complicated music, they can sound a touch crowded where something like the shure SE535 has the resolution to shine – which are excellent but are also much more expensive. This is a small issue and a tough nut to crack at this price. I had some nura-loop in-ear headphones but sent them back, these Sony’s are better in every way. They sound a lot like my Sony Wx100XM3 over-ear headphones which is no bad thing at all.

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  7. SmithyT

    After breaking my second pair in a year of good wired earbuds by a favourite maker, and deciding I didn’t want to wear my big over ear headphones out just in case, I went looking at wireless for the first time. Having read lots of reviews I decided to give the Sony WF-C500 a go as I have small ears and the overall reviews were positive for fit. I got them a few days ago and have worn them daily, including for 7 hours constantly while out exploring.
    At first I wasn’t that impressed; they are comfortable to wear which is a huge bonus, but I found the sound too light and bright fur my taste coming from good wired and over ear sets. Although I can’t fault the detail, you can hear every instrument very clearly, even the artist breathing on some tracks, they just felt too ‘cold’ for my taste. The app is good for equaliser options, but even then I found attempting to ‘warm’ the tones and tone down the higher frequencies was muffling it instead. I used a second equaliser and that was the…

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