With so many Bluetooth headphones coming out, it gets pretty hard to choose from the overcrowded market. Worry no more, for we have picked the best Bluetooth headphones out for you.
For the price, these are truly awesome headphones. Jabra Move both looks and sounds pretty good. These sort of lack in the bass area, but that‘s to be expected from cheap cans. They clamp on really hard, so they can be a little painful with bigger heads, but that also makes it possible to go running with these. They lack noise cancellation, but at that price, it‘s to be expected.
These might be the best bluetooth headphones period. No other pair of headphones does noise cancellation this well without compromising the sound quality. Putting the Sony WH1000MX2 on will remove all the sounds around you even on a noisy subway. Sound wise, well they simply sound spectacular. Unlike, Beats Studio3, these headphones have a fairly balanced sound. Still plenty of bass, but not too much. The treble is clear and crisp. These headphones also have some awesome ease of use features, that just add on top.
Vmoda Crossafade 2
First thing you‘ll notice about these headphones is the design. But the Vmoda Crossfade 2 don‘t just sound great, but also sound great. They feel really sturdy and well built. These cans have very forward mids, which makes them great for funk, rock and other less bass heavy music. They have a rather clean sound and nothing seems to distort. The sort of bad thing about these headphones is, they lack noise cancellation.
Bose Quietcomfort 35
If you have the money, then these are almost definitely the way to go. They are the most comfortable high end bluetooth headphones on the market. You can listen the Bose QC35 headphones for hours on end without virtually any listening fatigue. The noise cancellation also works great. It has 3 settings and on high mode, you will feel as if it‘s completely silent all around you. They don`t sound as good as the sony WH1000XM2’s, but are pretty close. If you are looking for something to wear for longer sessions, then these should be your first choice.
Active noise cancellation at an affordable price sounds great to me. The Cowin E8 is an all around upgrade from the Cowin E7. These still are a bit bulky and made of mostly plastic, but they feel sturdier now. They have plenty of bass and great mids, but the treble section doesn‘t sound too good. They‘re great for listening to bass heavy music. They get a bit hot, so wearing them for longer periods can be a little bit of an issue, but overall they still are great for the price.
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