How to Choose the Best Wireless Headphones for Yourself?

First of all, you should decide what you are buying them for, because some are better suited for sports, and some can be used almost everywhere. You should also consider the sound quality, but it is also worth remaining that better sound determines the pricing policy of each model. And of course, you need to remember that you should not frankly pay special attention to cheap models.

In this article we tried to choose the most relevant models among all of them on the market. These are the best bass wireless headphones that are relevant in term of quality and popularity.

#1. Sony WH-1000XM3 – the best wireless headphones of 2019


The best wireless sound of 2018-2019, up to $500. Sony WH-1000XM3 is suitable for all genres of music, also the application has flexible equalizer settings. Detailed and legible sound, range 4 – 40,000 Hz. Proprietary technology DSEE HX, S-Master HX. Support for LDAC (990 Kb / s and 96 Khz/24bt) – the codec with the highest bandwidth, as a result of the highest quality sound, in wireless models. Support for standard codecs AptX, AptX HD, and AAC. The sound of these headphones is not the best among all wireless ones, the same Beyer dynamic Amiron Wireless ($800) will be better in terms of quality, but in terms of a combination of convenient technologies and overall quality, the Sony WH-1000XM3 is the best wireless solution to date, with a minimum of compromises.

  • Noise reduction. The Sony WH-1000XM3 is a smart active noise reduction that adapts to atmospheric pressure and human parameters (hairstyle, head shape, etc.) optimizing noise reduction for you. The best noise reduction on the market, a 32-bit processor is responsible for noise reduction. So far only Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II can compete with the noise reduction of this model.
  • Comfortable design. Headphones are 20 grams lighter. 255g, against 275 in the XM2 (1 Sony MDR-1000X model – 300 g). Divinely comfortable headband and ear pads.
  • Autonomy. With the noise canceled on – 30 hours.  Many casual music listeners do not know how noise-canceling works. According to audio experts at MusicCritic, “it can’t be good for your eardrums if you need to turn the volume up to maximum just to hear your music above all the background noise. This is where noise-canceling headphones come in handy. With noise reduction turned off – up to 36 hours. Full charge time 2 hours and 16 minutes. There is a quick charge, 10 minutes of charging = 5 hours of work. Tipe C, instead of the old Micro Usb for charging.
  • Durability and design. Strong plastic and metal elements. Headband and ear pads – leather.
  • Stylish design. The design has been updated a bit. The colors remained the same: beige and black. Sony logo and acoustic holes in the bowls have become a different color.
  • Functionality and usability. Convenient touch control on the right bowl. Bluetooth connection without fail. Functional application for setting noise reduction and sound. Bluetooth 4.2. Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, Hands free, Headset. Codecs: LDAC, AptX, AptX HD, AAC. Support: NFC. The design is folding, the case for storage / carrying is included, you can listen through the cable.

#2. Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II – Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones


  • Noise reduction technology. The design of the Bluetooth headphone itself has good passive noise isolation, and the advanced active noise reduction system also makes a huge contribution.
  • The sound. Headphone sound without powerful bass. The frequencies are balanced and nothing sticks out. Some might think that the bass is not enough.
  • Comfort. Headphones are not lightweight (310 g), but comfortable. Padded headband and cushioned ear pads.
  • Autonomy. 20 hours of work without recharging. The function of fast charging has appeared – 15 minutes of charging lasts for 2.5 hours.
  • Appearance. Instead of silver, the design turned black. The modern trend of minimalism and dark shades.
  • Functional. There is support for Google Assistant (a separate button has appeared) and a convenient Bose Connect application. Using the application you can control noise reduction (on, weak mode, off), in the first version of Bose QuietComfort 35 noise reduction was not such a luxury 🙂. Convenient button control.
  • Other. Convenient storage / carrying case included.


  • Price. For this price I would like to see aptX and some other useful buns. And then somehow not enough
  • If you want to connect via cable, then only the proprietary 2.5 mm by 3.5 mm is suitable.

#3. Audio-Technica ATH-DSR7BT – wireless headphones for the computer

Audio-Technica ATH-DSR7BT ($ 290) – universal wireless headphones that are perfect for a computer. Nobody deserves 3rd place. AptX, AptX HD, AAC, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, pure analytic sound. Direct competitors are Bose and Sony, but this model is noise-free (for those who don’t use it, it’s ideal).

As an alternative, keep in mind only announced (at the beginning of 2019) Audio-Technica ATH-ANC900BT ($ 344, but we will cost 20-30% more). Judging by the characteristics and background of the line, the model will be very worthwhile. Bluetooth 5.0, AptX, AAC, frantic autonomy – 35 hours (with ANC), 60 hours (without ANC); charging connector – micro USB Type B and a wider frequency range (5 – 45000 Hz).

#4. Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC – stereo stereo noise canceling headphones


  • The sound. Moderate bass and balanced mid and high frequencies. For $ 140, the sound is 10 out of 10.
  • Functional. High-quality active noise reduction, AptX, NFC, the ability to listen via cable.
  • Autonomy. 25 hours, 19 hours if NC is on, BT is on. Without – 25 hours.
  • Comfort. Convenient full-size design.
  • Build quality is good.
  • Price. Too many buns for $140? What’s the catch? – There is no catch. The model is very suitable!


  • Pretty hot construction. Especially in summer.
  • Average quality microphone. Catches noise sometimes hard to hear interlocutor.
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Steve Max
Steve Maxhttp://www.webzando.com/
A long time digital entrepreneur, Steve has been in digital marketing since 2010 and over the past decade he has built & executed innovative online strategies for leading companies in car insurance, retail shopping, professional sports and the movie & television industry.


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