If you’re shopping for new headphones, chances are you’re considering a wireless pair. Not all wireless headphones are created equal, though, so how to choose? We give you some help with our top five picks for wireless headphones.
1. Sennheiser RS 120 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones
Sennheiser is known for its quality in all things sound, so it’s no surprise that the brand offers a number of excellent options on the wireless headphones front. These particular wireless headphones have a great range of 100 square metres, and will work through ceilings and walls. They also use rechargeable batteries, are lightweight, and can be used indoors and outdoors.
2. Astro A40 Wireless Headphones
Astro specializes in creating video game equipment, and the newest edition of their A40 Wireless Headphones is a real winner. These headphones offer excellent sound, easy setup, and are extremely lightweight, unlike many over-ear headphones. These headphones are ideal for gamers, but also work well for DJs, musicians, or anyone who loves music and wants to hear it the way it was meant to sound.
3. TDK WR700 Wireless Headphones
TDK offers these headphones that are perfect for in-home use. These wireless headphones can receive CD quality sound, and come with a point-to-multipoint facility that allows you to connect up to six different wireless headphones to your hi-fi system. The dynamic channel selection minimizes the chances of audio drop, ensuring an excellent listening experience for anyone who is a fan of dynamic, high quality sound.
4. Jaybird SB2 Bluetooth Headphones
These wireless headphones have a sleek, modern, head-turning look. They also offer unique features, such as a sweat-proof design, ability to control music and answer phone calls directly from the headphones, and the option to adjust the wireless headphones to fit the shape the specific contours of your head and ears. The Jaybird SB2 Bluetooth Headphones have won numerous awards for their innovative design and the ease with which they stay on while in motion. For that reason, while these wireless headphones are great for everyone, they’re especially tops for those who want to exercise while using their headphones.
5. Sony MDR-RF810RK Over-Ear Wireless Headphones
Sony is one of the world’s most famous electronics brands, and as such, they offer a number of excellent wireless headphones. The Sony MDR-RF810RK Over-Ear Wireless Headphones is a good choice for those looking for a set of quality headphones from a well known, reputable company. These wireless headphones offer a 100 metre range and hi-fi quality digital sound, perfect for when you want to move freely around the house.
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You just know I have to ask how come there aren’t any Beats By Dre or Nokia BH-905i headphones on this list 😉
The writer, James Heliwell is an iphone fan, wait till he wakes up, he is in UK and they are 2 hrs behind
HI Mwirigu 🙂
Sorry for late reply been travelling and not great net connections… yes the trusted iphonenot travelling amazingly well. The Dre headphones I do love and thinking of getting a pair but have been focusing on less trendy ones that truly perform. Not used the Nokia .. ill give them a spin when I can… in all I have always plumped for SONY when I can.. Solid and very well built also love the rich sound they produce. For a HIP HOP man the Dre headphones I find the BASS not as good as the similar priced SONY.
1. What is their performance in the Real world? Especially regarding sound quality… Maybe i don’t know as much as an audiophile would but is the wireless spectrum wide enough to deliver lossless sound? FLAC and the likes?
2. Mwirigi: Beats By Dre are good enough for the regular consumer,but for someone on producer leverl they aren’t up to match & are sometimes frowned upon.
And, there was that incident between Engadget & Monster
Engadget endorses Monster Cable? Uh, hell no. See http://j.mp/piPqsf
Thats a tough beating by Engadget to Monster Cable.
As above I plump for SONY.. the DRE Headphones are fine for use, in fact I like them alot its just get better BASS iv found from less trendy Headphones .. 🙂 I see the incident but cant comment to be fair as I dont know the ins and outs..
So which one among these are available in Kenya?
Cant say .. how is the interntional posting for big departments? Currys? Amazon?
You have left out my headphones Sir.. I use the basic Audiosone headphones but I am dead sure they can beat all these headphones you have put here.. If you don’t believe me look for me and I can show you.
Which ones? I need a link ..
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