With the rapid advancement of Wireless technology now our life from the technological point of view becomes easier than ever. Thanks to advancements in Bluetooth, the latest batch of wireless headphones not only stay connected in every situation, but they sound just as good as they’re wired counterparts to boot.
If you are tired of tangled cords? Cut yourself some slack and switch to Bluetooth headphones. Whether you’re looking for earbuds, on-ears, or to go completely wire-free, start with the best wireless headphones listed below,
Bose QuietComfort 35 II
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II ($349.95) is a somewhat subtle upgrade to the original QuietComfort 35, which was the first wireless model in last year’s QuietComfort lineup. It offers the powerful audio performance with deep bass response and sculpted highs, best-in-class noise cancellation, with new on-ear controls to adjust settings, on-ear access to Google Assistant.
Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless
The Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless is a very comfortable, relatively lightweight over-ear wireless headphone that sounds very good and features impressive noise-cancellation technology. It has touch controls and delivers excellent performance as a headset. The most attractive features are customizable sound modes (via the company’s CapTune app for iOS and Android), long battery life (30 hours) and strong headset performance for making phone calls.
Sony’s WH-1000XM3 headphones feature some of the best audio performance we’ve heard paired from a pair that also boasts excellent noise cancellation.
It offers excellent audio performance with superb bass depth and high-frequency clarity, high-quality noise cancellation, app includes adjustable EQ and ANC controls.
The ultra-lightweight Apple AirPods are fully wireless headphones that offer a reliable wireless connection, effortless pairing with Apple devices, decent sonics, and good call quality. The included compact charging case quickly charges the buds. You can now control playback of your music with a double tap. Look past their offbeat design and you’ll find that Apple AirPods’ compact size and high convenience factor are a winning combination.
Plantronics Backbeat Go 410
Like the Bose and Sony, the BackBeat Go 410 is a neckband-style headphone that is designed to be worn around all day. It has a lot in common with Plantronics’ more expensive, business-grade Voyager 6200 UC, but the BackBeat Go 410’s neckband is lighter and more flexible and it’s more comfortable to wear overall. Another nice bonus feature allows you to use the Backbeat Go 410 as a corded headphone when necessary.
Jabra Elite 65t
Jabra Elite 65t is comfortable, great sounding, fantastic for phone calls, and equipped with all the controls you need, the Elite 65t is the first set of true wireless headphones we’d recommend over traditional Bluetooth earbuds. The Jabra Elite 65t is the first set of true wireless earbuds that we actually love enough to make our overall earbuds pick.
Sony H.ear On 2 WH-H900N
With a mildly forward bass plus clear, clean highs that don’t pierce, the Sony H.ear On WH-H900N sounds better than headphones that retail for hundreds more. It provides a battery life of 28-plus hours, a comfortable fit, quality active noise cancellation, and super-clear phone calls make this pair suitable for office use, as well.
The ATH-M50xBTs are designed for really high-end audio performance, with 45mm drivers and a frequency response range of 15-28,00 Hz, and warm, well-rounded sound. It also performed well in terms of battery life and Bluetooth connectivity, however, the microphone isn’t particularly strong – still, probably you would not compromise a studio-grade headphone for that reason.
Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2
If you’re a frequent traveler you’re probably all too familiar with headphones that can’t hold a charge and can’t block out sound, let alone sound very good. Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 is best fit for you. It is one of the few headphones on the market that can do all of the above with an affordable cost. It also includes a feature that allows it to automatically turn off when you’re not wearing it.
Sennheiser Urbanite XL
Sennheiser’s Urbanite XL model cuts the cord but not the sound quality. Sennheiser is gunning for the celeb-branded competition with the Urbanite XL, delivering meaty bass tones that rival anything Dre or 50 Cent have to offer. Better yet, unlike those other brands, the XL doesn’t compromise on balance or clarity. They’re a little bulky, but still comfortable for long listening sessions.
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