Sony WH-H900N


Released Nov 24, 2017


Alternate model number: h.ear on 2

What's in the box

  • Carrying Pouch
  • Headphone cable (approx. 47 1/4" [1.2 m])
  • USB cable: Micro-USB (approx. 19 3/4" [50 cm])


Though it misses out on a few exclusive features of the 1000XM3 such as: atmospheric and personalised noise cancellation, longer battery life, faster USB C charging and superior noise cancellation, you may not be willing to spend over $349 / £330 for the luxury. So considering the lower price tag and performance that holds well against it and the Bose Quiet Comfort 35, these stylish headphones offer excellent noise cancellation and sound for the money.
- One Tech Traveller

The noise-canceling feature of the headphone is not that great and that is one major drawback of the headphone. It also suffers in charging. It takes too long to charge but once it’s completely charged it can work up to 2 days without the noise canceling.
- The Sound Spy

The Sony WH-H900N pulls off every genre with class. If you like a full, even-sounding mix, I doubt you’ll be disappointed. In fact, they sound better than any other wireless model I’ve heard for under $300. The WH-H900N may not offer the same level of noise-cancellation as the WH-1000XM2, but they sound just as good, if not better.
- Major HiFi

with a top-of-class battery that lasts for well over a full day and recharges in just six hours, and I would not hesitate to recommend the WH-H900N to a friend.
- Michael Kummer


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Wear style
Fits on-ear
Suitable usage: Home
Plug type
Wired + Wireless connections
Single entry cable
Detachable cable
Detachable cable (3.5mm connection)
Active noise cancellation
Active noise cancellation
Battery powered
Battery optional (provides additional functionality)
Battery life (hrs)
28.00 hours per charge
Battery replaceable
Replaceable battery
Collapsible for travel
Weight (g)
Weighs 290g
Impedance (Ω)
32 ohms impedance