Sony WH-CH400 review
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If you're looking for very simple wireless headphones without the bulk, perhaps the Sony WH-CH400 headphones are for you. They have a lightweight durable headband without padding, and the on-ear design means they're smaller than over-ear headphones. Find out whether this is the ideal lightweight travel companion for you in our full review.
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