Buy these if your priority is sound. They are kind of heavy but they do not feel heavy. Finding a good position is not easy at the beginning, but once you position the headphones correctly you can wear them for hours without discomfort.
Active Noise Cancellation is not excellent but good. Bose (QC35 and 700) and Sony (XM3 and XM4) are still kings in this regard. But the Aonic 50 (with ANC turned off) have a waaay better sound. It's more balanced and open and you can clearly hear each instrument. I love it.
Also, the Aonic have a great passive noise isolation, they isolate A LOT even when they are turned off.
They have bluetooth 5.0 and support all the bluetooth sound codecs (LDAC, aptX, aptX-HD, aptx-LL, AAC, etc.) which means you get high quality and low latency. They connect very quickly and have a great range.…plus