Category: Headphones
Products: 33
Reviews: 2M+

Sony WH-1000XM4

"If you have the money and want a top-tier pair of headphones, the Sony WH-1000XM4 are the way to go. The combination of high-quality Bluetooth codecs, great sound, improved noise cancelling, good battery life, and smart features like auto pause and Bluetooth multipoint makes these the best all-around option for most people."
Pros
  • Pairs with two devices at the same time
  • Comfortable fit
  • Excellent sound quality
Cons
  • Not water-resistant
  • USB-C port cannot be used for audio
  • Not stable enough for exercise
Features

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

"Now with Google Assistant, Bose's latest pair of QuietComfort headphones, the QC35 II, is the best pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones you can buy."
Pros
  • Outstanding noise cancellation
  • Great sound quality
  • Extremely comfortable
Cons
  • No sound customization options
  • No USB-C
  • Cable has no inline remote
Features

Anker Soundcore Life Q30

"Anker Soundcore Life Q30: They may not be much to look at, but the Soundcore Life Q30 offer unrivalled ANC and audio customisation for the price"
Pros
  • Outstanding noise cancellation
  • Highly customisable sound
  • Excellent battery life
Cons
  • No IP rating
Features

HiFiMan Deva

"The HiFiMan Deva headphones deliver the detail you expect from planar magnetic drivers and can stream Bluetooth/hi-res audio with an add-on accessory."
As posted by pcmag.com
Pros
  • Accurate bass depth and detail
  • Comfortable
  • Great audio performance
Cons
  • Not a lot of controls on the module
Features

Apple AirPods Pro

"Their winning design and fit, improved bass performance, effective noise cancellation and excellent call quality make these earbuds a top true-wireless choice -- even months after their release."
Pros
  • Great active noise cancelling
  • Great sound
  • Secure in-ear fit
Cons
  • No companion app
  • Expensive
Features

Jabra Elite 85t

"Though it lacks a wow factor, the Elite 85t delivers richer sound with effective noise cancellation, improved voice calling and a wireless charging case."
Pros
  • IPX4 water-resistance
  • Adjustable active noise cancellation
  • Great audio with impressive bass
Cons
  • Only the right earbud can be used independently
  • Okay microphone recording quality.
Features

EarFun Air Pro

"The EarFun Air Pro are decent for mixed use. They're comfortable, come with a portable charging case, and have a nine-hour continuous battery life that should get you through a workday. They have an impressive noise cancelling feature and don't leak a lot of audio, so they're suitable for commuting on a loud train or listening to music at work. Their sound profile should suit a variety of audio content. However, they have high latency with PCs and aren't recommended for gaming. They don't have the best microphone performance either, so they aren't ideal for making phone calls."
Pros
  • Effective noise cancellation
  • Good continuous battery life
  • Very comfortable
Cons
  • Can be uncomfortable over long periods
  • Case is a little bulky
  • So-so call quality
Features

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

"The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are a fantastic pair of headphones with terrific sound and brilliant noise cancellation"
Pros
  • Excellent sound quality
  • Comfortable, secure fit
  • Rock-solid wireless connection
Cons
  • Large carrying case
  • Can only pair to one device at a time
Features

Anker Liberty Air 2

"These cheap true wireless earbuds have an excellent microphone system that punches well above its weight. Anyone who fields a lot of hands-free calls should get the Liberty Air 2. The charging case is easy to use, packs three charging cycles, and the build quality feels premium."
Pros
  • IPX5 water-resistance
  • Battery life
  • Mono listening
Cons
  • Lacks auto-resume functionality
  • Disappointing touch-sensitive controls.
Features

JBL CLUB PRO+

"The JBL CLUB PRO are satisfactory for mixed usage. They have a neutral sound profile and lots of sound customization options. Thanks to their ANC feature, they can block out background noises typically found in a busy office or during your commute. They're stable enough to wear to the gym, too. However, due to their high latency with PCs, they aren't suitable for wireless gaming."
Pros
  • Powerful audio performance with deep bass and bright highs
  • Good noise cancellation
  • Comfortable, stable fit.
Cons
  • Not water-resistant
  • No multi-device pairing
  • High PC latency
Features

Jaybird Tarah Pro

"Jaybird Tarah Pro earbuds are truly practical, high-performing earbuds as at home in a rain-soaked marathon than an intensive fitness class."
Pros
  • Tactile rope cabling
  • Personalized audio profile
  • Good battery life
Cons
  • Fiddly ear tips
  • No setting to allow more ambient noise
Features

1More ComfoBuds Pro

"A supremely comfortable fit, decent noise cancellation, and good sound"
As posted by theverge.com
Pros
  • Very comfortable
  • Good sound quality
  • Good call quality
Cons
  • Controls could be better
  • No wireless charging
  • No EQ adjustments
Features

Jabra Elite Active 75t

"Comfortable, customizable and supremely well-protected against the elements, the Jabra Elite Active 75t are a top choice for active types"
Pros
  • IP57 water-resistance rating (fully waterproof)
  • Great build quality
  • Secure and comfortable fit
Cons
  • No active noise cancellation
  • No wireless charging
Features

Anker Liberty Air 2 pro

"The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro are a fine choice if you want a pair of active noise-cancelling earbuds on a tight budget. There are better-looking and more comfortable buds, but for $130, Anker's ANC and personalized sound output exceed expectations."
Pros
  • Many ear tip sizes for finding the best fit
  • Solid noise cancellation for the price
  • Very comfortable
Cons
  • Noise cancellation changes sound signature slightly
  • Can get uncomfortable after a few hours
Features

Sony WF-1000XM3

"The Sony WF-1000XM3 is great-sounding AirPods alternative, especially if you want active noise-cancelling."
Pros
  • Efficient noise-cancellation
  • Excellent sound quality
  • Awesome sound and call quality
Cons
  • Not suitable for sports
  • No sweat or water resistance
  • Can only pair to one device at a time
Features

Skullcandy Dime

"The true wireless Skullcandy Dime earbuds deliver audio that sounds far better than you'd expect for just $25."
Pros
  • Solid mic clarity
  • Water resistance
  • Can use in stereo or mono
Cons
  • Poor battery life
  • Cheap plastic build
Features

Jabra Elite 75t

"The Jabra Elite 75t has continued to improve over time, adding noise-canceling and better voice-calling performance via firmware updates. It remains one of the top true wireless models."
Pros
  • 7.5-hour battery life between charges
  • USB-C charging
  • Good sound quality with thumping bass
Cons
  • No wireless charging
  • Can't use left earbud by itself
Features

Anker Soundcore Life A2

"At $79, the Anker Soundcore Life A2 NC is adequate for listening to music on commutes, but that’s about it."
Pros
  • Reliable comfort and fit
  • Good noise isolation performance
  • Powerful bass performance
Cons
  • Missing signature Soundcore features
  • High Bluetooth latency
Features

Jabra Elite 85h

"The Jabra Elite 85h undercuts the competition with its noise cancelling performance. If you want premium headphones with great battery life and a water-resistant nano-coating, the Elite 85h is your best bet."
As posted by soundguys.com
Pros
  • Good noise cancelling
  • Water-resistant nano-coating
  • Auto ear detection
Cons
  • no aptX support
  • Bass distorts in listening modes
  • No power button
Features

Cowin E7

"The Cowin E7 are mediocre for mixed usage. These headphones block enough ambient noise for commuting and don't leak much in quieter settings like the office. They're not the most comfortable for all listeners, but they have a stable enough fit that they won't immediately fall off your ears if you run with them. Regrettably, they have a sub-par sound that will not be ideal for critical listening and may even sound too dark for more casual listeners."
As posted by rtings.com
Pros
  • Low leakage.
  • Great wireless range.
  • Good battery life.
Cons
  • Slightly bulky design.
  • Mediocre microphone.
Features

Bose headphones 700

"Buy the Bose 700 headphones if you want the ultimate in active noise-cancelling cans that offers superior performance for music and calls."
Pros
  • Superb noise cancellation
  • Can connect to two devices simultaneously
  • Comfortable fit
Cons
  • Accidental button presses are common
  • Battery life could be better
  • Can't fold
Features

Anker Soundcore Life P2

"The Anker Soundcore life P2 are wireless eaburds aimed at first time upgraders looking for something a little fancier than bundled smartphone buds"
As posted by trustedreviews.com
Pros
  • IPX7 water-resistance
  • USB-C charging (7 hours of battery life)
  • Good for making calls
Cons
  • Microphone quality
  • Sound is only decent, not great
  • Large case
Features

TOZO T10

"The TOZO T10 are alright headphones for mixed usage. Their very portable design and impressive passive isolation performance make them a decent choice for commuting or using in the office. Unfortunately, they're not very comfortable and may cause fatigue after long listening sessions. Their 3.5-hour battery will also need to be charged several times to last you an entire work day."
Pros
  • Wireless charging case
  • Rated IPX8 for water-proofing
Cons
  • Inaccurate sound profile
  • Uncomfortable
  • Disappointing battery life
Features

Creative Outlier Air V2

"The true wireless Creative Outlier Air V2 earphones deliver serviceable audio for a decent price, but have trouble standing out from the competition."
Pros
  • Comfortable, stable fit
  • Excellent fit and seal
  • Good for running/fitness
Cons
  • On-ear controls can be annoying to operate
  • No in-ear detection
Features

TaoTronics SoundLiberty 94

"The TaoTronics SoundLiberty 94 are decent for mixed usage. Their compact, lightweight design makes them a good fit for workouts, while their amazing noise isolation capability should help you stay focused, whether you're listening to music on a bus or are on a video call at work. Unfortunately, they may not be the best option for neutral sound, since you can't adjust their dark, bass-heavy sound profile to your liking with an EQ or built-in presets. Their high latency on PC also makes them a poor fit on gaming, though they have very low latency on mobile Android and iOS devices."
Pros
  • Portable, sturdy design
  • Excellent noise isolation capability
Cons
  • No sound customization features
  • Short continuous battery life with ANC turned on
Features

OnePlus Buds Z

"Average audio and limited touch controls hold back the budget OnePlus Buds Z from true greatness, but they're still a solid value option."
As posted by techadvisor.com
Pros
  • Fast charging
  • IP55 dust- and water-resistance
  • Sculpted sound signature will appeal to bass lovers
Cons
  • Sound signature not for those seeking accuracy
  • Limited touch controls
  • Not so punchy bass
Features

Plantronics BackBeat Go 810

"Despite a few performance bugs, the Plantronics BackBeat Go 810 provides dynamic sound and modest noise cancellation at a great price."
Pros
  • Great battery life
  • Dependable noise cancellation
  • Lightweight, sturdy design
Cons
  • Very high latency
  • No motion or touch controls
Features

Samsung Galaxy Buds+

"Samsung's true wireless Galaxy Buds earphones deliver similarly strong audio performance to the previous model, with nearly double the battery life. "
Pros
  • Impressive 13.5-hour battery life
  • Comfortable and stable design
  • Crisp, balanced sound
Cons
  • Only one additional charge from charging case
  • Touch controls are too sensitive
  • Low water-resistance rating
Features

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro

"The true wireless Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro earphones offer active noise cancellation in a stylish, waterproof design that works best with Galaxy phones."
Pros
  • IPX7 waterproof
  • Excellent sound
  • Active noise canceling
Cons
  • Average battery life
  • Touch controls can be finicky
  • Some features limited to Samsung phones
Features

JLab JBuds Air

"If you want a pair of one of the best cheap true wireless earbuds, the IP55-certified JLab JBuds Air is it. While one could argue that nothing is groundbreaking about the JBuds Air"
As posted by soundguys.com
Pros
  • Breathable and stable for sports
  • Minimal leakage
  • IP55 rating
Cons
  • Discomfort after an hour
  • Calls only taken through right earbud
  • Touch-sensitive buttons aren't always responsive
Features

OnePlus Buds

"The OnePlus Buds are middling for mixed usage. Their bright sound profile lacks a lot of low-bass, which may be disappointing for fans of neutral sound. Also, they don't isolate against background noises typically found in an office or during your commute. They're stable enough for low-intensity workouts, but they may not stay in your ears while you're at the gym."
As posted by rtings.com
Pros
  • Fast charging
  • IPX4 water-resistance
  • Good sound quality
Cons
  • Limited touch controls
  • Limited noise isolation
  • Not stable enough for intense exercise
Features

TOZO NC2

"The TOZO NC2 are okay for mixed usage. They're decently comfortable and have a continuous battery life of more than 10 hours, so they should get you through a long commute or day at the office. They're also breathable and have a decently stable fit, although you may need to readjust them every once in a while. Unfortunately, their ANC doesn't offer much better performance than their passive noise capabilities, so they aren't ideal if you want to block out the sound of rumbling engines or background chatter. Fans of neutral sound may not like their bass-heavy sound profile, and they don't have an EQ."
Pros
  • Long continuous battery life.
  • Portable design
Cons
  • No app support or EQ.
  • Disappointing ANC feature
Features

JLab Epic Air ANC

"While the JLab Epic Air ANC offers an affordable route into noise-cancelling wireless earbuds, underwhelming performance and an unreliable app mean you’re better off looking elsewhere."
As posted by tomsguide.com
Pros
  • Powerful, bass-forward, crisp sound signature
  • Great battery life
  • Wireless charging
Cons
  • Weak noise cancellation
  • Poor call quality
  • Poorly implemented touch controls
Features