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Have you reached that stage in your life where you’re fed up of wires? Tripping up, getting caught on things and smashing up your phone can all be things of the past. The best Bluetooth headphones reviews on-site focus mainly on audio performance, comfort and features.
Picking wireless headphones wisely
With the primary goal being music listening, lets not forget about where that money is going. With comfort being a secondary to audio, plush ear cushions, or earpieces should be a perfect fit, ready for hours of pain free reggae (Or any decent music).
If you are looking for a balanced audio response, it is best to avoid products with a limited description. It will therefore allow you to be sure you are really getting positive results and not sub-par headphones. The further you are away from your music streaming device, the lower the audio quality that is received by the headphones. How can you tell? Reviewers should test how many feet the headphones can be away a phone or portable audio device. If it’s a far distance, then you know the Bluetooth transmitter is a powerful one.
You can read through all our Bluetooth headphones reviews but sometimes there’s a bit of user preference involved. It is known that the shape of your ears or head will change the audio experience. As a result, even the most experienced audiophile will have different idea of what sounds good to them. If you’re passionate about music and want to spend a bit more money; this will help you find the best Bluetooth headphones for you.
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless is an excellent sounding wireless noise cancelling headphone. It's pricey but worth the outlay if you're looking for a punchy bass-focused headphone for contemporary music.
Active noise cancelling headphones: block out background noise
Active noise cancelling headphones enable the user to block out unwanted noise. This is particularly useful for allowing music to your ears, rather than the building work next door. It works best if the headphones have a good seal, otherwise it would be kind of pointless having ANC in the first place.
Now the interesting part, how does active noise cancelling work? There are usually two little microphones on each ear cup that measure your outside surroundings. Electronics inside your headphones will generate a waveform that is ‘out of phase’ by 180 degrees. This counters the ambient background noise, cancelling it out.
Lets not forget, there’s a whole lot more Bluetooth and also wired headphones that we’ve reviewed previously. The best cheap headphones have all the features required for a passable listening experience. Some of these are actually old and cut down in price so you can get a great deal. Discontinued items are a perfect buying strategy in the 21st century, we’re bombarded by the fact that things must be new.
New doesn’t necessarily mean better, vintage items are still very desirable.
Others are fascinated by the premium look and have a hard time choosing the colours available which are black and silver. Everybody loves these headphones, the price is reasonable, they are stylish, portable and the sound is superb.
The Beats Studio Wireless offers respectable audio performance and noise cancellation. It's on the pricey side, as with all Beats products. The build quality has been improved though it's still a bit of a gamble.
The Beats Solo 2 Wireless are one of the better models in the Beats line-up. They offer fair audio performance and the option of wired and wireless function. Some users will be put off by the tight fit though.
The Soundpeats A2 are comfortable, reliable and feature great battery life. With plenty of volume and a bass boost function, what isn't to like? Factor in the cost and you've got a pair of headphones which defy far more expensive headphones from big brand competitors.
If you are still on the lookout for headphones, there’s more where that came from! There is the best in-ear headphones reviews guide for listening during sports or when traveling. For all our guides, they are on the menu bar, just hover and click on the left hand side. Hope this helps! If you’re stuck just leave a comment and we can give some headphone advice.