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Best Bluetooth Headphones Reviews

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The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC700BT is minimalist when it comes to physical controls.

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. Educate yourself, there is a pre-buying guide with the Best Bluetooth headphones reviews. Gives a good overview of what to look for!

The best Bluetooth headphones have special features focusing mainly on pleasure, comfort and features. Depending on the model of headphones, they can have great audio reproduction too. Maybe not as good as the Sennheiser HD 820 but then again, that has its downfalls of not being as portable (its not wireless for a reason). And just having a ridiculous price, these are around £300 average, so 10 times less in price.

Take your time to read through, remember we’re always here to answer your questions and give advice. So if you’re not sure what you want, we look at Bluetooth headphones all the time. The best and the worst.. cheap and Chinese for every budget which will be available very soon actually. How many earphones did we the review? The answer is a lot, going back in time is certainly not easy.

Best Bluetooth Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC700BT pro headphones wireless header
The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC700BT is a great release that mixes the best parts of pro headphones and consumer models. Read full review
Noise-cancelling is not as strong as top competition
Touch control scheme could be more user-friendly
Flat audio for a Bluetooth headphone
Comfortable wear
Well-priced for the feature-set
Easy to use when out and about
Fills a gap in the market
Bose QuietComfort 35 II noise cancelling header
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II is a comfortable headphone with excellent noise isolation and solid audio. Read full review
Can get better audio for the price
Superbly comfortable
Wired sound is excellent
Hard case included
Industry standard noise cancellation
Crossfade 2 Wireless review
The Crossfade 2 Wireless is a high end headphone perfectly suited to gaming and listening both at home and out. Read full review
Bass can get overwhelming in wireless mode
Great audio performance, particularly while wired
Strong passive isolation
Tough build and accessories
Included hardcase
Focal's wireless headphones are solidly built and pack a powerful punch which will keep you listening to the songs you love for hours. Read full review
No active noise cancellation.
Headphone buttons aren’t great.
Fantastic Battery.
Bowers & Wilkins PX earcup
The Bowers & Wilkins PX is a classy product with high-fidelity audio, although it's not the best value at $400. Read full review
Auto turn-off not implemented well
Audio prompt for noise cancelling is needed
High fidelity audio
Stylish looks
Quality build
Straight-forward to use
Sennheiser HD 4 50 BTNC wireless noise cancelling headphones header
Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC is a high quality noise cancelling headphone that stands up well against anything in its price point. Read full review
No hard case
Bass-focused sound that retains balance
High quality for the price range
Easy to use
Parrot Zik 3 review
The Parrot Zik 3 is a solid release that offers a personalised audio experience. You will need to tinker with it to get the best out of it though.Read full review
You can get a punchier bass response at this price range
No hardcase included
Some improvements could be made with Parrot Zik app
Customisable EQ and noise isolation
User-replaceable battery
Quality cable accessories
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless review top
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. Read full review
Bass response will be too much for some
A little light on the feature set
On the pricey side
Stylish looks
Unsurpassed build quality
Thick, punchy low end
Simple, user-friendly control scheme
Consistent sound throughout different modes
Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless review Bose QC35
Sennheiser are onto a winner here. If you can afford the asking price you'll find an excellent sounding, tough and easy-to-use wireless set of cans. Read full review
Can't use EQ or customisation outside of CapTune media player
High build quality
Excellent bass-focused sound
User-friendly control scheme
Customisable EQ and noise isolation
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