If you believe Apple then you might think that wireless is the future. We are slowly moving away from having audio ports on our devices and to using Bluetooth headphones instead.
The problem with this is that Bluetooth headphones can be a bit messy, some headphones just don’t provide the sound that you want or the connectivity that you need.
So it’s hard to find the best ones, but despite that, we have decided to round-up what we think are the best Bluetooth headphones anyway.
[alert type=white ]Note: There are bound to be new and more interesting options available over the course of this year, we will update this article as that happens.[/alert]
Sennheiser Momentum Wireless
The Momentum Wireless are awesome of headphones from Sennheiser, they feature a sleek closed circumaural design alongside with Sennheiser’s own 18ohm high-end transducers and their NoiseGard hybrid active noise cancellation for isolation and better audio performance.
It also comes with NFC connectivity and allows you to plug in a wire if you so prefer.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £380
Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless
We also really like the P7 Wireless headphones from Bowers & Wilkins, they are a great set of Bluetooth headphones that uses aptX Bluetooth and a 17-hour battery life.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £320
Bose QuietComfort 35
Bose has been known for their line of QuietComfort headphones for some time now, and with the QuietComfort 35 they took that noise cancellation wireless with Bluetooth and NFC as well as up to a 40-hour battery life.
The Koss BT540i are a mid-range set of Bluetooth AptX pair of wireless headphones, featuring up to an 8-hour battery life, on-board controls and memory foam cushions.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £183
If you have a budget then you can’t go very wrong with the MDR-ZX770BN from Sony, featuring Sony’s digital noise cancelling tech, up to 13 hours of playback and Bluetooth and NFC.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £99.99
Beats Solo 3 Wireless
Beats made a slight come back with the Solo 3 Wireless headphones, featuring up to a 40-hour battery life and Apple’s awesome W1 chip.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £223
Sony’s MDR-1000X headphones are the ones that you want for playing back high-resolution audio, with DSEE HX headphones that can upscale your current music to this higher resolution.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £330
Optoma NuForce BE6i
Optoma’s NuForce BE6i are pretty old at this point, however, they are still a great set of wireless in-ear headphones, featuring an 8-hour battery life, magnetic attachments and a great sound.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £98.99
If you prefer in-ear headphones then you definitely want to check out Apple’s AirPods, which are a pair of wireless in-ears that use their W1 chip for better connectivity and features, along with a dedicated Siri button.
BUY FROM AMAZON – £169