Sony Bluetooth Headset WH CH510

I have been using for some months now, the NG Earsafe which are open-air Bluetooth headphones and Soundcore Life Note. Recently my son took the Soundcore from me, so I wanted to buy a new headset for me, this time I wanted an over the ear headset so that it is less damaging to my ears. I went with Sony WH-CH510 for INR 2999 (USD 40) from Flipkart.

Disclosure: I write reviews about products that I have bought for my usage and paid in full. There were no sponsorship or advertisement, or commission of any sort involved in this post.

It has been a day and I like the headphones; they are lightweight and not pressing too tight, produces good audio and the microphones work well for voice calls. There is no noise-cancelling for voice calls, so in a noisy environment, it may be a problem. The headset comes with a 30mm driver unit, a USB-C port for charging, Bluetooth for connectivity — it has no 3.5mm input.

Outer view of Sony WH-CH510 Wireless Headphones
Inner view of Sony WH-CH510 Wireless Headphones
Sony WH-CH510 — Volume Up button, Power/Play/Pause button, Volume Down button and USB-C Port

Read here my earlier post on “ The good and the bad of the 10 Bluetooth headsets I bought “.

Originally published at https://venkatarangan.com on August 11, 2021.

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Venkatarangan Thirumalai

Venkatarangan Thirumalai

Entrepreneur, Public Speaker, CEO Coach & Microsoft Regional Director (Honorary) in Chennai, India

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