Ready to cut the chord? Then, you must read this review of the best bluetooth wireless headphones in the market!
Apple’s decision to ditch the traditional headphone socket from the iPhone 7 really caused a stir. But whatever type of smartphone you own, you can save yourself a lot of hassle by opting for a set of Bluetooth wireless headphones. As well as providing the convenience of a tangle-free wireless connection, Bluetooth headphones are compatible with most types of smartphones and mobile devices, so you never have to worry if they’ll work with the latest models.
But how to select the headphone you need from the tens of options available in the market?
The 30-second Review
According to audio experts, the best Bluetooth headphones come down to a few core concepts. They should feel good to wear, be easy to carry and use, and fun to listen to. After testing 20 popular models, four styles outperformed their competitors.
This lightweight pair of headphones sounds great, filters out noise, and gently cushions your head. (AED 1521)
The Jabra Move boasts the features and vocal clarity of premium on-ear headphones for a fraction of the price. (AED 362)
A flexible neckband and snug earpieces keep these headphones comfortably in place. (AED 429)
Best True Wireless
They’re smaller than most wireless earbuds, and they didn’t cut in and out when listening to music or phone calls. (AED 681)
Now, let’s get a bit more in-depth here.
If you want the depth of over-ear headphones, our pick is the Bose QuietComfort 35. They gently surround the ears and excel at sealing out environmental noises that interfere with music and podcasts. Balanced sound quality will satisfy bass-lovers and fans of powerful vocals for up to 20 hours on a single charge. Because they surround your ears, they’ll sound more realistic, but are inherently bulkier — our other picks are better for those who want more portability. If you can deal with the size, easy-to-use features like multi-device pairing make the Bose solid workhorse headphones for taking to the office, home, and anywhere in between. Get yours here.
The Jabra Move are our favorite on-ear headphones. The fit is close to perfect, and they sound just as good, if not better, than some premium headphones for half the price. If you don’t like headphones that sit on or in your ears, or you’d like to seal out more noise, you’ll want to go with the Bose. But the Jabra Move are significantly cheaper and slightly less cumbersome. Get yours here.
We love the BeatsX for their thoughtful and balanced design. Unlike other in-ear headphones, we rarely had to adjust the wires and the earpieces fit in our ears without making them sore. They also sound great whether you’re listening to the heavy bass of hip-hop or the soft piano of a rock ballad. As in-ears, the BeatsX sound less natural than over-ears or on-ears like the Bose or Jabra Move, but they’re less bulky and give the ears more breathing room. Get yours here.
True wireless tech is still in its early stages, but the Apple AirPods are the most comfortable and reliable in their category. They offer some of the best call quality we could hope for with their dual mics, and their small charging case guarantees you’ll be able to listen on the go. Music won’t sound the best compared to our other picks because the AirPods don’t fit as snugly. Even so, sound quality is still clear; the Bluetooth connection is dependable; and the absence of wires makes the AirPods innovative and practical. Get yours here.
This is an independent review based on author’s global research. For more in-depth technical information, you may visit this site, amongst others.
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