Now on their third generation, Sony brings a number of technical and design updates to its popular noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones.

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As we have reviewed similar products from NAD, PSB, and Bowers & Wilkins recently, it will be interesting to see how the Sony headphones will stack up amongst such august company. Early impressions are of a light, comfortable and well-designed set of cans. I will hold off on making any sound quality assessments until I have a little more time clocked in with them.

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The Sony WH-1000XM3 have an MSRP of $349.99 and a full review will be appearing on the Secrets website in the near future.