Best Bluetooth Headphones

Best Bluetooth Headphones

A few years ago, even the best Bluetooth headphones might have been sub-par. A costly investment might have ended with bad results. However, things have improved and now Bluetooth headphones are actually reliable.

Noise-cancellation technology is one feature that you will love. If you’ve ever been in a noisy environment and need to concentrate, blocking out external sounds is important.

Plus, even as a die-hard music lover, the best Bluetooth headphones offer great audio quality using new technogies (like aptX for example). You don’t have to worry about headphones constantly disconnecting either, and they’ll sound just as good as your wired headphone counterparts.

There are a few downsides to Bluetooth headphones that you should take a note of. Wireless headphones will usually cost more in comparison to wired versions. They also need to be charged regularly depending on your usage.

However, the freedom of movement makes listening to music so much more enjoyable, and we’ve broken dozens of jacks over the years! I bet you have too!

What your reason for going wireless, choosing the best Bluetooth headphones is a fantastic investment to make. We have put together some our top picks available at the moment, no matter what your budget is.

Sony WH-1000XM4 – Best Bluetooth Headphones

The newly released Sony WH-1000XM4 takes everything from its predecessor and just makes it all that much better. It’s the best pair of noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones you can buy at the moment. The audio quality is great and the design is simple but clean. The battery lasts around 30 hours, with USB-C quick charging taking just minutes.

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Sennheiser Momentum 3 – Best Premium Bluetooth Headphones

The Sennheiser Momentum 3 are a brilliant pair of premium Bluetooth headphones. Besides for their stylish looks, these offer great sound quality and a durable design. Most importantly, the Sennheiser Momentum 3’s produce rich bass and a clear, detailed mid-range sound. There’s also the latest Bluetooth 5.0 firmware with aptX LL, aptX, and AAC support.

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Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBT – Best Bluetooth Headphones for DJs

The ATH-M50xBTs are similar to the ATH-M50x Headphones, one of the most popular DJ headphones available. The ATH-M50xBTs is also intended for the audiophile, with 45mm drivers and a frequency response range of 15-28,00Hz.

These wireless headphones definitely match up to their wired counterparts and offer nice flexibility if you’re a DJ who also listens to music in leisure.

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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

This model is the latest wireless headphones from Bose and they’ve managed to make some decent improvements over the QuietComfort 35 II (which are still great). The noise cancellation is excellent and the sound is rich. The only real downfall is the battery life (20 hours total) and price in comparison to the WH1000XM3 above.

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AKG N60NC Wireless Headphones

The AKG N60 NC are fantastic noise-cancelling headphones with a clean, well-balanced sound that had tight bass. These headphones also come with a 51-inch cord, meaning you get the best of both worlds with wired headphones. The battery life on this unit is decent too.

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Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WHCH700N

These budget friendly headphones from Sony are a fantastic choice. It’s lightweight and has great battery life. The sound was well-balanced throughout but the noise cancelling was average. If you’re a casual listener, these still might be a good choice.

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Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Headphones

These pair of Bose headphones are definitely comfortable and quiet, giving to their name. At 310g, they are one of the lightest Bluetooth headphones on the list. If you need a good pair of noise-cancelling headphones for a long duration, these are a great choice.

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Brian McKey

Brian has been a professional music producer and audio engineer for more than two decades. He has worked with a number of artists and bands across all different genres. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.