Top 6 Best Wireless Headphones & Quality Cordless Cans

Wireless headphones are becoming very popular these days. You don’t have to worry about them being ripped off your head everytime you snag the cord on something and you don’t have to replace them every time the wire snaps or deteriorates.

Better yet, wireless headphones technology has evolved over the years with new sets of cans offering seamless connectivity and excellent sound quality.

From on-ear to over-ear headphones, Bluetooth or RF wireless options, here are our top 6 best wireless headphones:

Parrot Philippe Starck Zik

1. Parrot Zik wireless headphones(headphones with good bass)

The most stylish headphones by far is made by designer Philippe Starck “The Parrot Zik”. It’s comfortable, wonderful sound quality especially when engage with the equalizer. This is the online headphone that can exceed the Bose in terms of noise cancelling at least on my own perspective.

Cons: It has poor battery life which can only reach 6 hours continuous usage when wireless. It’s a bit expensive too.

This is highly recommended for people who like to travel, as they have the best noise cancelling and the sound is excellent as well.

2. Sennheiser RS 160 wireless headphones (hi res headphones)
If it’s portability you are after then go for Sennheiser RS160 are the perfect choice. They are smaller and tend to press on the top of the head even when extended. The sound RS160 offers is on a different class, a much better quality all around in these cordless cans.

Cons: The material use for the earpiece surround is not nearly as comfortable as the previous model.

The RS 160 is probably the best wireless headphones if you are on a limited budget. The batteries are reliable for heavy use, the transmitter can last up to 24 hours when fully charged.
Sennheiser MM 400-X

3. Sennheiser MM 450-X wireless headphones (melhores headphones)
-It’s compact, portable design, well made and fold up for flights. Sennheiser did it again with the MM400-X, a product that delivers excellence with regards to its sound quality, build and features. The Sennheiser MM400 works very well with Bluetooth and the battery for Bluetooth can be removed from the headphone and put separately for charging.

Cons: Iphone volume control or song change controls doesn’t work when u connect through wire with your Iphone which works perfectly when Bluetooth is on even when you are connected through wire.

Overall, an excellent headphone made with high class materials and much better than beats. I wouldn’t be surprised if these would become the most loved presents this Christmas.

4. Sennheiser PXC 550 BT wireless headphones (monster headphones bluetooth)

They are compact, foldable and aptX-compatible Bluetooth in which most Sennheiser headphones gets the best from. The PXC 550 BT is different from PX 310 BT AND PXC 550, so better don’t confuse them because the PX lacks noise-cancelling and the later lacks Bluetooth.

Cons: You might need to shell out extra cash for an aptX dongle for your laptop or personal computer.

Wireless is clear and balanced with the use of aptX as transmission method, which makes Sennheiser PXC 550 BT an excellent choice for wireless headphones under £200.

Philips Fidelio M2BT

5. Philips Fidelio M2BT wireless headphones

-A high quality headphone with promising sound quality and appearance, good craftsmanship, comfortable and well built. Sound performance is punchy, plenty of detail, and clear. Get your loved ones immensely happy this Christmas with Philips Fidelio M2BT, you can be sure that it would not disappoint you.

Cons: NONE.

Fidelio M2BT is more dynamic and offer you an overall greater experience compared to other wireless headphones on its price range.

6. SD50 SoundWear Bluetooth stereo wireless headset from G-Hub 

-A very effective and functional wireless headphone. If you are looking for a wireless headphone that is great value for money, then look no further.  The SD50 Soundwear Bluetooth wireless headphones have a decent sound, with plenty of bass and more than enough volume. The controls are a bit plasticky but very effective and functional.

Cons: You can’t pair more than two devices at the same time. Slightly muddy bass and somewhat muffling on vocal.

Slick SD50’s might be somewhat muddy but they are pretty good for headphones that fall within its price range. It’s affordable, cheap, but very comfortable and reliable.

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