Top 10 Best Wireless Headphones

Top 10 Best Wireless Headphones

Best Wireless Headphones // Best Bluetooth Headphones // Noise Cancelling

Headphones are a necessity in life. Whether you listen to music, play computer games, or want to unwind with a good podcast, it is essential that you have something comfort to wear for all your listening needs.

To help you navigate this area, here are my favorite headphones to consider. 

Bose SoundLink, wireless headphones have a super-immersive sound quality and great, comfortable feel to them.

Made to fit over the ear and have high quality HD sound – the Bose also come with an advanced Microphone system which produces clear calls.

Phone conversations have clear sound quality, even in a noisy or windy location. 

** My favorite feature – headphones will automatically lower background noise level to make sure your voice is heard. You’ll also hear the caller’s voice super clearly because of auto-sound adjust. 


  • Cordless headphones
  • Wireless range : 30 feet
  • Charging time : 3 hours
  • Fully charged battery : 15 hours of play time
  • Immersive sound quality with WiFi connectivity
  • Compatible with Bluetooth devices
  • Deep basses and clear sound
  • Advanced Microphone system
  • Uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery

Potential Flaws

  • They’re more expensive than you think 


Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones offers high quality  Digital Noise Cancellation sound. 

This specific model also includes Smart Listening which can detect your activity and automatically adjusts the sound level in real-time.

What I love about the Sony’s is that they’re touch control.

Want to turn the volume down? Cover the right ear and the sound will slowly decrease ; if you want to take a phone call, you can tap and switch and take the call? (you won’t need to frantically search fro the right button!) 

Headphones are expensive , but if you’re worth the investment – they’re durable and you’ll fall in love with the new features. I think they’re the best pair of wireless headphones people on-the-go: business professionals, workout enthusiasts, and daily commuters.


  • Charging time :  2-3 hours for full charge
  • Fully charged battery :  30 hours of play time
  • Noise cancelling : you don’t have to worry about anything disrupting your music
  • Attention Mode : cover the right ear to decrease sound
  • Touch Control : Skip a track, adjust volume, and take calls with a touch
  • Voice Assistant : easily switch to microphone and speaker to take calls
  • Includes carrying case, travel adapter, cables, and manual

Potential Flaws

  • Very expensive (but one of the best wireless headphones available!)


#3.)  Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones

Dre Beats brand has revolutionized the headphone industry.

Beats Solo3 are Wireless and offer the sound quality Beats is known for. They can feel a bit heavy due to their quality construction, but they have some of the highest reviews on Amazon. See Reviews Here >


  • Charging time :  1 hour for full charge
  • Fully charged battery :  40 hours of play time
  • Premium playback and fine-tuned acoustics
  • Very comfy cushioning
  • Trendy design 
  • Comes in a multitude of colors:
    • black, red, white, blue, etc.
  • Able to connect with Bluetooth devices and switch between phone calls and music
  • Headphones are foldable  
  • Includes carrying case, USB charging cable, 3.5 mm cable, instructions, and warranty card

Potential Flaws

  • Hinge design can be slightly flimsy


Bose QuietComfort 35 combines wireless technology and sound cancellation to produce a premium product.

The sounds are crisp and offer full bass mode. While the charging time can take a bit longer than advertised, there is an included option to use a cord with the headphones and increase the lifespan between charges.


  • Charging time :  2-3 hours for full charge
  • Fully charged battery :  20 hours cordless; 40 hours plugged in
  • 3-levels of Noise Cancellation
  • Bose Connect Mobile App
  • Dual-microphone system allows for clear phone calls and voice activation
  • Wireless headphones eliminate annoying cords
  • Noise cancellation allows you to focus only on your music
  • Uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery

Potential Flaws

  • Charging time can wane over its lifespan

If you want advanced technology but at a reasonable price, look for the BOHM Wireless B76 Bluetooth Headphones.

Wireless and Bluetooth connectivity make these worthwhile. Thick cushioned padding feels comfortable and the built-in volume control provides a hands-free convenience. Perfect for the gym or outside jogging!


  • Wireless Range :  10 meters
  • Charging time :  2 for full charge
  • Fully charged battery : 16 hours regular listening ; 8 hours noise cancelling
  • Super comfortable padded cushions
  • Rich sounds and powerful bass
  • Bluetooth technology allows you to connect with other smart devices
  • Volume controls are built-in for convenience
  • Active noise cancelling feature lasts for 8 hours on a charge
  • Headset has a foldable design and is great for exercising
  • Available in black or brown colors

Potential Flaws

  • Noise cancelling works primarily with deeper sounds, and will not cancel out higher-pitched sounds

Another product by Beats, the Beats Studio3 are wireless headphones with Bluetooth compatibility. 

Featuring Beats wireless tech called Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling (Pure ANC). This provides longer battery power – up to 22 hours of listening on noise cancel and +18 additional hours without noise cancelling. 

** Full charge takes 1.5 – 2 hours

Bit more expensive than others on our list, but the advanced technology warrants the price.


  • Wireless range :  30 ft. from bluetooth device
  • Charging time : 1.5 – 2 hours for full charge
  • Fully charged battery : 22 hours with noise cancel; 40 hours without
  • Wireless technology eliminates annoying cords
  • Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling (Pure ANC)
  • Foldable wireless headphones
  • Dual-mode adaptive noise cancelling diminishes unwanted sounds
  • Rechargeable battery lasts for 12 hours
  • Includes a headphone Fuel Gauge so you know when to recharge
  • Padded ear cups are ergonomic, flexible, and soft
  • Additional features:
    • Remote Talk cable, USB charging cable, carrying case, and warranty
  • Colors include black, white, red, blue, and rose

Potential Flaws

  • Super expensive, even being one of the best wireless headphones 
    • ** price has decreased since last year

Apart from the bargain price tag , the WaveSound Headphones have a lot of features to love.

What I like the best is the excellent noise cancelling sound  – usually I wouldn’t get too excited because it’s become a standard for wireless headphones (not to mention bluetooth headphones), but again, the price tag is irresistible.

Also if you read the buyer reviews, you’ll see that most consumers are more than happy with their Wavesound Wireless Headphones! We put a lot of emphasis on the user reviews for our best wireless headphones list – this specific pair of Paww’s has over 1,000 reviews and near 4.5 Stars

** Update: Amazon awarded them the Amazon’s Choice for wireless headphones


  • Charging time :  for full charge
  • Fully charged battery :  hours of play time
  • Superb noise cancelling technology so external sounds don’t cause an issue
  • Includes a carrying case so you can keep headphones secure
  • Airplane adapter and auxiliary cable
  • Able to fold and fit in smaller spaces
  • Uses a rechargeable battery as well as a USB cable in case battery dies
  • Bluetooth compatible wireless headphones
  • Comes in black or white colors

Potential Flaws

  • Might not fit all head types

** We’ll update #8 – 10 best wireless headphones soon! Stay tuned!

Noise cancellation is a newer technology. It was originally created to improve radio communications in otherwise noisy environments such as an airplane cockpit. In fact it was first developed in Nasa!

To create the noise canceling effect, each headset cup has a built-in microphone that samples the ambient noise at the ear. The noise signal is fed into the electronic circuit analyzing it and produces a mirror image of the noise, which is then added back to the music signal. Some of the real noise is offset by the mirrored reverse noise.

Since this is an electronic process, the noise cancellation circuit requires a battery to operate.

Passive noise isolation

All the best wireless headphones should have noise isolation.

Noise isolating earbuds and headphones can isolate ambient noise by themselves without a battery. Adjustable earbuds on headphones and extra earbuds on headphones act as a physical barrier to prevent unwanted noise from entering your ears. Obstacles like this also help prevent people around you from hearing your music.

Active noise cancellation

For extra noise cancellation in addition to passive noise isolation, the microphone’s internal and external microphones can measure unwanted ambient noise, and the circuitry in the headset then produces sound at the frequency of eliminating these noises. Some of the best wireless headphones have this feature – if turned on, active noise cancellation will absolutely work.

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