A few years ago, we would have dissuaded you from buying wireless headphones. Bluetooth connectivity problems, build quality so much, too high prices. At the same time, wireless headphones could hold a charge at most an hour or two. But today it's not like that. And we can't imagine how we could use headphones with wires!
With Bluetooth enhancements, the latest series of wireless headphones not only stay connected in any situation but sound as good as their wired counterparts.
A wireless pair of headphones is still more expensive than a similar wired model. But they provide more freedom of movement, making them ideal for going to the gym or while traveling.
What parameters should I pay attention to when buying wireless headphones? And what models are in the top 10 models today?
Who needs wireless headphones?
Wireless headphones are convenient for any situation where the user does not want to deal with wires that hold the movement, get entangled and “tie" you to a smartphone or player. Like a gym. And now that many phone manufacturers are removing the headphone jack, the wireless option is a good way to ensure compatibility with any new device.
Wireless communication no longer means bad sound. Despite the fact that the stereo Bluetooth data signal is compressed, various headphone manufacturers have discovered ways to amplify the signal. And for everyday listening, many of the latest wireless models tested by experts sound just fine.
How long to charge Bluetooth headphones?
Like any standalone device Bluetooth headphones require regular recharging. The duration of the operation depends on the battery capacity and the headphone model. There are already models on the market that work without recharging up to 20 hours. On average, most modern wireless headphones work for about 6 hours without recharging. At the same time, many models are enough 30 minute-1 hour to restore the 100% charge.
Some manufacturers include a portable charging case and a 3.5mm detachable cable to allow users to use wireless headphones with a minimum break.
Active noise canceling uses external microphones to collect and analyze ambient noise. The technology allows you to generate a reverse wave in the headphones, which suppresses foreign sounds. It used to be expensive, cumbersome technology that could not be found in wireless headphones. But everything changed a few years ago.
MOOZ ranked the top 10 wireless headphones
Not only that Sony WH-1000XM2 sound great, but also use noise reduction technology perfectly. This model is superior to all others in performance and functionality. However, at the price too. You have to pay for an excellent performance. Although there are models and more expensive.
Acoustic design: indoor (ie with noise canceling) | Weight: 275 grams | Battery life: 20 hours | Wireless range: 9 meters | NFC: Yes
Bose QuietComfort 35 II
Headphones Bose QuietComfort 35 II like and the first version, are equipped with proprietary noise-canceling technology that effectively blocks noise, allowing the user to stay alone with music. Headphones support Google Assistant: you can play music, receive messages, perform everyday tasks, and receive answers with voice without looking at your phone.
Acoustic Design: Closed | Weight: 308 grams | Battery Life: 20 hours | NFC: Yes
Beyerdynamic Amiron Home
Beyerdynamic Amiron Home is the best wireless headphones in sound quality that you can buy on the market. But the bulky design makes them virtually unsuitable for travel. In general, these are headphones for lovers of crystal sound in a quiet environment. They are also not suitable for sports.
Acoustic Design: Closed | Weight: 380g | Battery life: 30 hours | Wireless range: 10 meters
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless
Model highlight good assembly materials and nice design, stable connection with minimal delay. The active noise canceling system, as well as high autonomy, also pleases. With the Momentum M2 Wireless model Sennheiser managed to create not only comfortable but also cute overhead headphones.
Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2
The headphones have on board an active noise reduction system (ANC), aptX technology and Bluetooth 4.0. The sound quality during the test tests seemed to us absolutely excellent. However, headphones do not fold, which hinders a bit during transportation. But in general it is ideal for travelers - the sound is virtually undistorted and allows you to enjoy great music.
Acoustic Design: closed | Weight: 289 grams | Battery Life: 24 hours | Wireless Range: 100 meters | NFC: No
AKG Noise Cancelling Headphones N60NC
AKG N60NC sound is like a pair of headphones that should be much more expensive than they really are. In the middle retail segment, headphones offer fantastic value for money, excellent sound quality and noise reduction levels, which are on the same level as premium devices. But the biggest problem with these earphones is that they literally press the ear instead of sitting on it, which causes discomfort over time. The AKG N60NC is very compact.
Acoustic design: closed | Weight: 199 grams | Battery life: 15 hours | NFC: No
Jabra Move Style Edition
If the user wants to buying wireless headphones did not beat on the pocket, but at the same time did not become a disappointment in the quality of sound, the best choice is Jabra Move. Good design and performance at a very modest price to excellent performance, this headset is recommended to anyone interested in wireless headphones at an affordable price.
Acoustic design: closed | Weight: 150 grams | Battery life: 8 hours | Wireless range: 10 meters
Huawei Original AM61
For its price model is characterized by the good sound quality and quite a long operation from one battery charge - it suffices for 8-10 hours. Headphones sit perfectly in the ear sink. Complete with Huawei Sport AM61 comes to a storage case, as well as four pairs of ear cushions. In general, it is one of the most balanced models of the low price segment. Some discomfort is caused by thickening on the wires (battery and volume control) - but this is critical for those who do active sports. There is protection against moisture.
Acoustic design: closed | Weight: 19.7 grams | Battery life: 10 hours | Wireless range: 10 meters | NFC: No
Optoma NuForce BE Sport4
This is a wireless in-channel model, which will last for 10 hours of operation. There is also a quick charging scheme: in 15 minutes the headphones will receive enough energy for two hours of operation. Like most sports headphones, Sport4 is protected from moisture and sweat according to IPX5 standard. Headphones are connected to the sources via Bluetooth with support for aptX and AAC.
Acoustic Design: closed | Weight: 18 grams | Battery life: 10 hours | Wireless range: 10 meters
Bose QuietControl 30
If user necessarily needs in-channel headphones with excellent noise reduction, then he does not have such a wide choice, and Bose QuietControl 30 will suit perfectly. But if you need to get honest sound from the headphones with the widest range, Bose QuietControl 30 won't help. They sound spectacular, but with an emphasis on low frequencies.
Acoustic design: closed | Battery life: 8 hours | NFC: No