Over ear wireless headphones are designed to be worn during physical activity, providing a secure and comfortable fit. They typically feature sweat-resistant and durable construction, as well as enhanced sound quality to help you stay motivated and focused while working out.
20 Best Over Ear Wireless Headphones For Working Out
1. Plantronics – Backbeat FIT 6100 Over-the-Ear Wireless Sport Headphones – Black
Bluetooth technology lets you connect it with multiple compatible devices
Listen to your favorite songs for up to 24 hours with its rechargeable battery
Built-in microphone allows you to enjoy hands-free calling
Enjoy powerful sound and a secure fit while training with these Plantronics BackBeat FIT 6100 wireless headphones. The memory foam on the adjustable sport-fit headband and ear cushions adds comfort for all-day use, while the rechargeable battery offers up to 24 hours of usage time on a single charge.
These Plantronics BackBeat FIT 6100 wireless headphones have a 65-foot Bluetooth connectivity range that lets you move away from your mobile device freely.
Jabra Elite 85h is engineered for the best wireless calls and music – wherever you are – featuring our revolutionary Smart Sound technology. Product Features Audio that automatically adapts to your surroundings.
Smart Sound analyzes your sound environment and automatically applies your personalized audio, Smart Active Noise Cancellation (Anc) and Hear Through settings, to give you the sound you need, when you need it.
Block unwanted background noise. Smart Active Noise Cancellation (Anc) responds to your environment, switching itself on if it detects unwanted background noise, according to the preferences you set within the Jabra Sound+ app.
The headphones contain 8 microphones, 4 of which are used by the powerful digital ANC to filter out the noise around you. Exceptional music clarity. The Elite 85h lets you customize your music settings for a personalized audio experience, so you can enjoy exceptional music clarity with purpose-built speakers.
Power your day. Smart Sound analyzes your sound environment and automatically applies your personalized audio, Smart Active Noise Cancellation (Anc) and Hear Through settings, to give you the sound you need, when you need it.
Unmatched call quality. Advanced call technology uses 6 of the headphones’8 microphones to greatly enhance call quality, blocking out more wind noise and background distractions. This enables crystal clear sound, so you can make and receive calls in total confidence, even in the most challenging conditions.
I spent good time to find overhead headphone and I almost bought SONY WH1000x m4 till I saw Jabra 85h. I bought Jabra for 190$. It was almost half price on competitors(SONY AND BOSE). Rate for this product is 4 STAR but with that price 100% worth to purchase and I can give it and additional star.
Very good quality of build and very good sound. main problem is connectivity When is connected in to 2 devices. I connected Jabra to apple Tv and my Iphone. It was disaster. Too much disconnection during watching move.
now when I want watching tv I just connected to 1 device and work perfectly. no latency or DC.
I’ve had these headphones for 11 months. Pros: 1. They are water resistant. 2. Connect to 2 devices, deliver sound from the one that starts playing first. 3. Build quality is fine. Cons: 1. Sound is average.
I had Sennheiser before, Jabra is not even close. 2. In ANC mode I can always hear a noise, shhh in the headphones. 3. After 10 months the right ear pad sounds noticeable louder than the left one, especially in ANC mode.
4. Sometimes the headphones make a loud noise directly in my ears and restart, maybe once a week.
Z2 wireless headphones won’t let you down and last for 35H to help you achieve results. Z2 headphones for a workout are pressure-free, comfy, and made of high-end materials. Don’t worry – sweat won’t damage Z2 IPX4 best headphones for working out! Call and use Voice Assistants while exercising – Z2 sport headphones allow combining both hands-frees.
Discover the power of Active Noise Cancelling technology and Bluetooth 5. 0 aptX codec providing high-end listening experience. While working out, Z2 Bluetooth over ear headphones provide total comfort, block out loud and annoying music at the gym, and let you focus on fave tracks and workout.
Whether you’re running outside or on a treadmill, lifting weights or playing basketball, Z2 Bluetooth workout headphones help you concentrate on results by joining music and sports. IPX4 water resistant and sweatproof, these wireless running headphones survive intense fitness sessions.
UP TO 35H PLAYTIME and QUICK CHARGE – Z2 wireless gym headphones allow enjoying music all day long and more and one single charge is enough for many visits to the gym. Available wireless and wired options serve any lifestyle, while wired you can listen to fave tracks non-stop.
The 3-hour quick charge saves you significant time. ULTIMATE COMFORT WITH EVERY MOVE – Z2 over-ear Bluetooth headphones are designed to transform your gym experience. VOICE ASSISTANTS and HIGH-QUALITY CALLS.
Combine work and workout hands-free with Z2 wireless Bluetooth headphones.
Leave background noise behind Adaptive Noise Cancellation automatically adjusts to your surroundings to suppress unwanted background noise, for your ever-changing environments. Your personal travel assistant Take control via convenient, one touch access with the Voice Assistant Button that connects to virtual assistants such as Google Assistant, Alexa and Siri.
With the triple microphone array offering unrivalled speech clarity when giving voice commands. Long lasting comfort, one charge travel Whatever your destination, the exceptional 30-hour battery life of the next generation PXC 550–II Wireless is powerful enough to last your entire journey without the need to recharge.
And with the advanced ergonomic design and rotating earcups, the PXC 550-II is effortlessly portable with a perfect fit for your ear. Smart pause autopilot The Smart Pause feature reacts to your movement with seamless and practical automatic switch-off.
The headset automatically turns on and connects via Bluetooth as it’s unfolded so you can listen exactly where you left off. The sound of smart travel The Sennheiser Smart Control App, with selectable sound modes, allows you to tailor the sound experience to your travel playlist whether that be music, news, podcasts, or film.
First class call quality A bespoke triple microphone array makes it easy to stay connected while on the move. ANC detects and removes background noise providing unrivalled speech clarity, so your calls and voice commands are never lost.
TL;DR: This headset is good, but they are expensive for what they are. Very neutral Sound, sound isolation is great to excellent in perfect conditions. They are light weight, which I quite like and the build quality seems good, although I have not dropped them yet.
Usability and user experience is REALLY BAD. There are NO buttons, except for one useless one and the only useful button is a switch, but it’s TINY. The charging port for some stupid reason is not USB-C, instead it’s micro-USB, which is beyond dumb.
I expected more in this price bracket. The touch controls are intermittent and when you do get your finger to register, sometimes it does the wrong thing. You have to be VERY deliberate about what you want to do and hit the correct spot, or nothing happens.
Double tapping the damn ear cup trying to turn on talkthrough makes you look dumb while someone is trying to talk to you. This means I’m often just lifting the ear cup of my ear anyway. I’ve only ever managed to turn talkthrough once while my podcast was playing and I’m pretty sure that’s because I glitched it out.
The touch pad also registers on EVERYTHING. Lord forbid you lean your head on to your right shoulder, because it will pause your music, max out your volume and deafen you when you unpause it. Sound isolation is as good as any.
Unless you are wearing a hat, have a funny shaped head or a lot of hair. ANC is about 30-50% less effective when trying to use this headset with headgear on. The cups have a limited tilt before they bottom out and the seal breaks around the bottom or top of your ear.
The headband demands direct access to the circumference of your skull. The British voice over lady telling me what I’m connected to tells me every device I have is “Phone one”, even when it’s a TV or a PC.
She also takes forever to tell me anything, interrupting what I am listening to for longer than is needed. The ON/OFF switch is not a button. Nope, for some reason Sennheiser was anti-buttons (except for a totally and utterly useless voice assistant button) and you have to twist the right ear cup to turn them off.
So I can’t sit them nicely on a table ready for me to pick up and put on. I have to first unbuckle my headset being careful not to twist them the wrong way and only then can I put them on. So far I have not been able to get the advertised 20 hours of battery life, even when ANC is off (I almost never use ANC).
Speaking of ANC, the switch to enable it is a physical switch. They dedicated 90% of the left ear cup to a touch bad for gestures, so instead of making a gesture, you have to use the switch. I actually prefer this.
The only problem is, the switch is 1/5th the size of my pinky finger nail. I had to come up with a strategy to find it while the headset was on my head to avoid using the touch pad trying to find it.
This headset sounds just good enough to stop me from listing them for sale because the money I’d lose outweighs the general dissapointment I foster in the headsets usability. It would have been perfect if the ANC switch had an ANC + Talkthrough setting to make it always on regardless of what my phone was doing.
It would have been even more perfect if they replaced the dumb touch pad for three regular buttons. One for play pause and pair and two for volume up/down, forward/backward and skip. Buyers beware.
My first online order which was delivered (wgtn-ak) same day! The phones were ridiculously cheap thanks to Black Friday, and as my ears are normal they won’t take buds (boo sucks to you apple). I’m not big on headphones, the whole ear-squishy thing but these are soft, gentle, and cushioned as if you’ve just shaved your body and gone for your first swim (which I have done (for a play (do NOT have a beer before the de-hairing session as alcohol heightens your reception of pain))).
The sound is glorious from AC/DC to Satie, from Headless Chickens to Shihad, from naughtywhispersinyourear. com to gottenmyclochenisloud. com. And the add ons! just drag a finger right up the outside right ear phone and your volume goes up; tap to pause and then again to start; immediate Bluetooth connection making it the bluest of teeth-type connections.
Turn the earpieces forward and it powers down, click them back into place it powers up. Troglydites come down from that cave roof and find a new god. God these (and by association @PBTech #PBTech) are aweseomness-ness.
PS two days later a friend was asking for recommendations for headphones, needless to say she now has a pair from PBTECH!!.
I got this for my wife and she loved them. They are really good for watching movies and series. I did a little bit of gaming with this and it is amazing when there are explosions going on, not good for competitive fps but good for immersion.
The ANC functionality was also good, it does block noise enough for you to enjoy your music at low volume but not enough when nothing is playing on them. I’ve tried a few ANC headphones like Sony XM4’s, Bose QC 35II, Bose 700 and AirPods Max and AirPods Pro.
I use HD598 and BLON BL-03 daily for comparison, and I found the PXC 550 II really good for vocals and acoustic instruments. The low end is not as punchy but it helps keep the clarity of the music. You will never feel like the music is drowning because of the bass.
Soundstage is not wide at all. You can use the 2. 5mm to 3. 5 mm cable but I would suggest you use the DAC from the headphones. I tried it using it with my portable desktop amp but they didn’t sound as good as when I was using them on Bluetooth or the USB cable it comes with.
Bluetooth has been working just fine for me by the way. The construction is really good in my opinion, At $200 compared to other ANC headphones I think it feels solid and sleek. I recommend them at this price, I do like the Bose 700 and AirPods Max better as ANC headphones but those are not $200.
Tune in to what matters with the rich sound of the BackBeat GO 600 Series of wireless headphones. Enjoy an immersive, over-the-ear audio experience that lasts for up to 18 hours on a single charge. Your favorite tracks aren’t just meant to be heard – they’re meant to be felt.
Advanced acoustic technology delivers rich, balanced sound to keep you focused and inspired. The lightweight memory-foam earcups isolate passive noise for distraction-free listening. And the adjustable EQ setting lets you switch from balanced mode to bass boost mode for an all-consuming audio experience.
Lose yourself – and the cords – with BackBeat GO 600 series of wireless headphones. With up to 18 hours of power on a single charge and a 3. 5 mm backup jack, you can stay in the zone without interruption, wherever your passion takes you.
At first I thought these were great value; i bought them for about 20-25$, and for the first month or two was very happy with them. Obviouslt theyre not very noise cancelling but they were otherwise good.
But then the band snapped out of nowhere, so they kept sliding off my head. I taped them up, which helped a little, but after a while they just stopped charging altogether. Total waste of money, I have sony headphones for the same price that lasted nearly 5 years under much rougher conditions, dont waste your money here!.
I have recently had the chance to test this product in a variety of different ways. To dive into the review, I find that the product is sturdy. It isnt *heavy* in any way but is built in a way that they do not feel flimsy.
I feel 100% ok taking these on an airplane etc. The earcups are a little small considering I have gauges in my ears. This does cause a little bit of pain but only over extended durations of time (6 hours or more).
These don’t cancel out all noise around you, but if I had to guestimate I would assume about 65%-75% of noise around you (results will vary) will be nullified. These do come with a traditional headphone jack if you want that, however I found the bluetooth functionality to be phenomenal on mobile devices.
However on PC, I found the connections to sometimes be difficult to initiate. This could be the fault of Windows 10, and not the headset. This could also boil down to what my bluetooth chip in my PC is capable of etc.
I cannot definitively prove that these headphones were the culprit in these scenarios. The battery is really phenomenal considering that these are bluetooth. Depending on Volume, i got around 10 hours of time, however these are suppose to bolster “up to 18 hours” – mileage may vary depending on volume i would say.
On that note, the quality of the audio is absolutely phenomenal. For the $100 price tag, the bluetooth, volume, and audio quality are absolutely worth the purchase.
While I am in the Plantronics “Fan” program where I receive products free in exchange for a product review, such as these as well as the BB Fit 500’s. I own and purchased the BB Pro 2’s and probably a dozen of the BB Fit earbuds.
I just received the BB Go 600 today and I have to say I am impressed. I compared them first to a pair of B&W PX’s that I was listening to at the time and then the BB Pro 2’s. The Go 600’s have a pretty prominent bass almost more than the BB Pro 2’s.
The sound is good though and not muddy at all, leaning towards a warm kind of sound. I’m listening to a playlist I have consisting of Adele and Maroon 5. Adele’s vocals are clear and smooth, the highs are nice and open.
Adam Levines voice is just awesome, the dude can sing and the music by this group really shines on the Go 600’s. These really sound to me a lot like the BB Pro 2’s of course without the active noise cancelling and at the price they’re selling for I’d say they are an absolute steal.
Compared to the $99 Fit 500’s where the presentation leans toward the midrange being a little forward and the whole spectrum is on the lean side. The Go 600’s are really enjoyable to listen to music with.
The headset is very light and very comfortable fit over my ears good. I could wear these all day with no problems. The controls are also typical Plantronics, that being easy to operate and pretty intuitive.
Just for a reference I also own (purchased with my money) the Sony WH900n, Audio Technica ATH-DSR7BT. I love technology almost as much as music. I primarily listened exclusively on a iPhone X. Perfect match.
PX7 S2’s custom-designed 40mm drive units and 24-bit-capable wireless platform combine for a truly immersive listening experience that allows you to hear more of what the artist wants you to hear. Hear what your music really sounds like.
Bowers & Wilkins is trusted by music professionals the world over to deliver the most detailed, natural and immersive sound available. Our Px7 S2 headphones bring you closer to the original recording, so you’ll hear the music exactly as the artist intended.
Sounds like no other. Px7 S2 uses custom-designed 40mm drive units, carefully angled inside each earcup for a truly focused, immersive listening experience. The result is a class-leading headphone experience.
Cancel the noise, not your music. Px7 S2 uses a total of six microphones for outstanding noise cancellation that shuts out unwanted intrustions without harming your favourite music dynamics and energy.
Careful positioning and angling of those microphones ensures excellent call quality too, even in noisy environments. Premium design, perfect fit Px7 S2 has been carefully designed for comfortable, extended listening, with luxurious memory foam earpads that perfectly encapsulate and cushion your ears, and an elegant fabric finish.
Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones are amazing headphone made for everyday and all-day use. These headphones are very comfortable to wear, fit great and most importantly sound amazing with their new custom designed 40mm drive unit, active noise cancellation and transparency mode all while looking aesthetically beautiful.
These are premium headphones that deliver premium sound, comfort and design. The headphones have aluminum and cloth construction but a solid and almost a luxury feel to them yet are lightweight. The Px7 S2 have proven themselves in variety of uses such listening to music, watching movies, and most importantly, to me, while traveling.
I travel a lot for work and needed headphones that are comfortable to wear for extended periods, have active noise cancellation and sound good. The Px7 S2 took home the gold in all three fields. The headphones come in a nice carrying case that actually keeps your investment safe and secure while not in use, unlike some of the other ridiculous carrying cases provided by the other manufacturers.
The case also has a nice compartment inside to store the provided USB-C to USB-C charging cable and a USB-C to audio jack. The design of the carrying case has also been slimmed down so that is easily able to fit in your backpack or even to carry with you.
The setup process is rather simple, slide up the power button until the blue light flashes and your done. You can start enjoying your new headphones. Usually, I would recommend that you download the application that comes along with the product to take full advantage of the features, but in this situation the app really does not have much to offer.
Yes, you do have the option to adjust the EQ, but I did not feel the need to you can only adjust the Bass and Treble. The app also allows you to control the active noise cancellation, but that can be done with the press of a button on the headphones themselves.
The app is a bit lacking and does not offer much in terms of functionality. Now, in terms of comfort, I love them. The leather covered ear cushions are amazing for extended wear. I used to use noise cancelling ear buds before I got these because the noise cancellation on the earbuds was amazing, but after wearing those in for extended period my ears would start to hurt.
That is no longer the case the S2. I used these headphones on an 8-hour flight and there was not discomfort at all combined with the much-improved noise cancellation that I fell asleep with these on.
The active noise cancellation on the S2 is much better than the previous model, and they did a amazing job blocking out the surrounding noise. The battery life is pretty much the same as the as the older version of about 30 hours.
The control on these headphones are all physical buttons and one cool added feature with these headphones is that to pause the music all you need to do is lift one of the ear cups and the music will automatically pause and once you are ready to jam out again simply put the headphones back on and press play.
Overall, I am impressed and very happy with the new Bower & Wilkins Px7 S2 headphones. Its everything you would expect for a premium brand, you get a premium product that sounds great, fits greats and looks great.
Enter a new world of listening experiences with the Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones. These noise-cancelling headphones give you the power to personalize and control everything you hear. Enjoy long hours of music thanks to a 30-hour battery life and quick charging features.
Make the best of the Smart Listening feature set, and carry conversations hands-free with the speak-to-chat feature. The touch sensor lets you navigate between songs, control volume and answer phone calls with ease.
Sony’s noise-cancellation technology is the best in the industry, which means you hear every detail with incredible clarity, no matter where you are. To reduce high and mid-frequency sounds, these noise-cancelling headphones feature additional mics that help isolate sounds efficiently.
The ear pads are ultra-soft and made with foamed urethane to disperse pressure and increase area of contact for a perfect fit. Combined with a light-weight design, this pair of headphones can be your new go-to for everything from work to leisure.
This also makes for a thoughtful gift to an audiophile or music-lover.
Headphones – Bluetooth – wireless – NFC – 3.5 mm jack
Reviews From Real Customers
Lasted about 5 months with issues, but was phenomenal while it did!!! Amazing sound, very comfortable, got on sale for around $260 I believe, so watch for this because it happens from time to time. Now I used these from day one of the purchase till that 5 Month period, and it was daily, pretty much saying they were never shut off.
So it was a lot of use, maybe like 10-14 months to someone else since I slept in them too while they were noise cancelling. The Sound Quality was amazing at first, although I noticed that did drop off about 10-15% on Bass, and the volume seemed lessened but not by much – this was in the first month.
Although it still sounded great. They do tend to wear very warm and your ears sweat, and they smelled a bit stinky and required baby wipes to clean them often, just a forewarning. Things I didn’t care for – the Noise Cancelling only works on certain things.
I am a truck driver and sleep with the Noise Cancelling on, so I have a lot to say about this – it blocks out refers for the most part (keeps the lower noise, but the annoying higher pitched noise is gone).
Highway noise is removed. Makes it easier to sleep in by far. Before this I used low profile shooters muffs and ear buds. When the squeal of death came about, it started as just an oddity from pushing down into the pillow on my left side and it would squeal while air deflated out around the cushion, but became more sensitive, and then finally whenever my ear was pushed into the muff, and then anything in close proximity to the left ear muff – like my hand going in to cover it.
You have to have the Sony App installed on your device to turn off the noise cancelling, and then it works; but you have to do this every time you power cycle these things which gets highly annoying.
At this writing they are sitting in a cabinet waiting to get replace under the 1yr Sony warranty before I use my 2yr Best Buy Warranty. Outside of that they worked seamless and flawlessly. I used them on a Surface Laptop, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Tab S4.
The only attributable flaw I wish they could work on is wearing them around your neck and then popping them onto your head loosens the adjusters left and right, and you have to adjust them each time – it’s too loose I find, maybe a few more inch-lbs of tension in the mechanism would keep this at bay, but that was really it.
They last about 6-10 hours of playing (depending on volume and if I had the window partially down – which they don’t cancel out wind noise very well at all and it takes away from battery life), and I’ll be left at 10-20% by morning sleeping in them and using them for that 10 hrs I have off duty.
So the full day charge bit is pretty solid. And then I charge them in the morning, which takes like 1-3/4 hrs or so, which I found just about 2 wks before they went south that it fast charges in like a half an hour to a really good 80% or so, but I had enough time to check that more than twice.
The new Sony WH-1000XM4s may not look any different from the previous generation WH XM3s. But if you take a closer look, it’s the small details that Sony improved to make an already fantastic product even greater.
One of the features users of the previous generation, like myself, were wanting was the ability to connect your active noise-cancelling headphones to two devices at once. Sony answered and brought multi-point connection to the WH XM4s allowing you to connect to your phone and laptop at the same time wihout having to change bluetooth connection.
Then there’s the proximity sensor. Similar to its truly wireless earbuds counterpart, the WH XM4s now pause your audio whenever you take off your headphones and plays it back again after you’ve put the headphones back on.
To be honest, this small feature is convenient in so many ways, especially coming from the WH XM3s. Lastly, the pads on the earcups themselves are now softer and a little thicker so you can wear your headphones for even longer periods without having to worry about discomfort.
You will still feel some warming around your head, just like with any other over-ear headphones, but not to be really worried about unless you’re in 40C heat. If you’re looking to purchase your first active noise-cancelling over-hear headphones the Sony WH XM4 won’t disappoint and provide with the best-in-class ANC and sound quality for your money.
Even if you’re coming from the previous generation like myself, if you want those additional small features that improve your workflow, I highly recommend making the upgrade as well. Pros: – Multi-point connection – Proximity sensor (plays and pauses music when you take off headphones) – More cushion on earpads – Additional mics for improved ANC and call quality Cons: – A bit pricey – No water or dust raiting – No longer supports aptX or aptX HD bluetooth codecs.
After trying the Samsung buds pro, I was very surprised how uncomfortable they were, and how there was almost no noise cancelling. I also tried the Bose 700 and the Bose QuietComfort earbuds, I was dissatisfied with the design and noise canceling level.
Also their app was not working properly. After seeing that the Sony was on sale, and after reading great reviews, I bought them. I was instantly impressed. The app has many more features, and works perfectly.
The noise canceling is great. One of the greatest features, is that without even having my Bluetooth turned on on my phone, I can place the back of the left ear piece against the back of my Samsung Galaxy phone, and through NFC, without the app even running, and the headphones powered off, the headphones power on, and turn on Bluetooth on my phone and connect.
When you connect the included cable between the headphones and your device, for some reason the noise canceling is even better. I am going to check into this to see why this might be as it does not make sense.
The app allows you to adjust the ambient sound so that you can go from complete noise canceling all the way to being able to hear cars and noises around you. Most of the options for the headphones can also be controlled by buttons or swiping on the earpieces.
It’s been decades since I’ve owned a Sony product, and this reminds me of the quality that I remember seeing in Sony products. Since I don’t want to always have bluetooth on because I’m not sure of the health risks involved, my research showed that when you plug in the cable it turns off the Bluetooth in the headphones.
I tested this out by trying to reconnect via Bluetooth while the cable is plugged in. The phone was unable to find the headphones, which supports what I read, namely that Bluetooth is turned off in the headphones when you plug in the cable.
Luckily found these on sale and had rewards points making them a great deal with super quality. They are also comfortable, lightweight and seem to have great battery life and quick charging via USB C.
The only potential problem that I’ve discovered is that when wearing them outside in the wind, I do hear some of the wind. However these were not mainly purchased for outdoor use.
Enjoy high-quality audio without distractions thanks to the Shure AONIC 50, a pair of wireless, over-ear headphones styled in white. These headphones are designed to deliver a 20-hour battery life, noise cancellation, and a pleasurable sound.
They do this over Bluetooth 5. 0, giving you a range of up to 30′ from your computer, phone, or tablet. The headphones make use of 50mm dynamic drivers that utilize neodymium magnets and produce a wide frequency response of 20 Hz to 22 kHz.
A 3. 5mm cable is included for battery-saving wired operation, as is a USB Type-C cable for charging and for listening to hi-res audio. Active noise cancellation attenuates the background noise, so you can curate an immersive listening experience as you go about your day.
With the flip of a switch, you can put the headphones into Environmental Mode, which allows you to hear the outside world, so you can pay attention to your surroundings. You can also play/pause your music, adjust the volume, and answer phone calls with the push of a button.
The headphones are comfortable and durable. They’ll also fold flat for convenient storage. In addition to the 3. 5mm audio cable and the USB Type-C cable, a protective carrying case is included for transport.
Headphones – Bluetooth – wireless, wired – 3.5 mm jack, USB-C
iPhone, iPad, Android phone
Reviews From Real Customers
Everyone hears differently but to my ears, once I found the EQ setting i liked, these headphones became the best sounding wireless headphones I’ve tried, by a wide margin! Everything sounds so good, every genre I’ve tried.
it all sounds so awesome I don’t want to take them off! And this is compared to a large number of name brands I’ve tried over the last year and a half or so. I’ve tried Bang & Olufsen, Bowers & Wilkins, Sennheiser, Sony, AirPods Max and more, and these have the best sound, balanced, good bass that doesn’t overwhelm the mids or highs, highs that are pleasant and not harsh or shrill.
now, the noise cancelling isn’t the best, it’s adequate but the most important thing about that is that it doesn’t change the sound even on the “Max” setting, and I hear no hiss with the noise cancelling activated.
Battery life is as advertised and the headphones charge relatively quickly. I would like to have seen wear sensors, sure, but they aren’t necessary by any means and I’ve experienced wear sensors that are hit or miss on other headphones so really I don’t miss it very much.
These headphones are comfortable for me, no issues, I could see some being bothered by the headband not having enough padding, but again, I haven’t experienced discomfort when listening for extended periods.
They do support multi point connections (despite what I’ve read elsewhere) but it is a little touchy and will switch to the other device at any sound, even a notification beep will cause them to switch over to the second device, but then they switch back.
Hopefully this can be addressed in a future update! Also the carry case is nice, faux leather finish, high quality. The headphones fold down to fit and is much smaller and more portable than the previous Aonic 50’s were.
I recommend them most highly! And the price is just right, a good value for the cost! I ❤️❤️❤️ These headphones and ❤️The white/tan color option!.
I’ve owned the Shure Aonic 50 for about a week as I write this review, and right off the bat, I was impressed with how crisp and clear they sounded. Compared with ATH-M50x BT headsets which I also own, the bass is not as prominent and the overall sound gels in well with the kind of music that I listen to.
Some observations:- – The multipoint connection setup works great, I’ve been using my headsets with my phone and Windows laptop simultaneously without any issues. While connecting it with a laptop running Linux, however, the setup is a little laborious.
The connection switched back to my phone every time I got a notification, and I had to manually twiddle around with the settings to get my headsets back to streaming audio from my laptop. – ANC is meh at best.
The audio quality suffers noticeably whilst using ANC at its max setting, and the noise isolation offered is not good enough to mute anything louder than an AC/fan in the room. – The inbuilt microphone works quite well.
I’ve been taking calls all week with my headsets on with no complaints from the other end, even whilst strolling near a fairly busy road. The performance of the mic suffers a bit when pairing it with my laptop running Linux, but I suspect that’s because of the audio driver settings and not the headphones – The battery life is a little underwhelming, I was used to charging my ATH M50x BTs every few days, whereas these require charging every day and a half.
On the plus side, they charge up pretty quickly and you can listen to audio via USB too. – The carrying case is huge, but not unmanageable. The headphones are a little uncomfortable to hang around your neck whilst not in use, as the cups don’t swivel outwards (like the ATH-M50x BTs).
Overall, I am quite pleased with my purchase, with the audio and mic quality, the build, and the Shure EQ app being the positives and the underwhelming ANC/battery life as drawbacks.
These headphones are very comfortable, have an excellent sound profile, good noise cancellation, and high-fidelity codex support that take full advantage of the hardware even over bluetooth. The one glaring issue with these headphones is the build quality over time.
I bought a pair of these 6 months ago, and the padding on the headband and earpads has already started to peel off; instead of stitching, the leather is glued and friction-fit into the plastic. The clamping force is also noticeably weaker than at purchase time.
I have since sent the headphones in for a warranty claim, but this is wear that I expect to see after years, not months, and even after a warranty exchange the pleather will still be glued, not stitched.
I have seen multiple other users voice the same complaint so this is clearly not a one-off issue. All that being said, the sound quality of these headphones is still as good as you can get from a wireless set, and I would highly appreciate a Rev 2.
0 of this model which addresses the build quality issues.
Enjoy your audio almost anywhere and customize it to your specific tastes with the HD 350BT Wireless Over-Ear Headphones from Sennheiser. Whether at home or on the go, Bluetooth 5. 0 technology allows you to enjoy audio without cumbersome wires getting in the way.
Whether you listen to music, podcasts, or streaming video, what you hear is engineered to sounds as good as possible with support for AAC, aptX, and aptX Low Latency codecs. You can even tweak the sound with the equalizer built into Sennheiser’s Smart Control app for iOS and Android devices.
These wireless headphones can send as well as receive. Dual beamforming MEMS microphones built into the headphones allow you to interact with a paired smartphone. You can conduct hands-free phone calls or interact with your phone’s digital assistant.
There’s a dedicated button that activates interaction with either Siri or Google Assistant. Use your voice to ask questions or give commands to control playback and calls. Regardless of how you use the HD 350BT headphones, you can do so all day thanks to a rechargeable LiPo battery that provides up to 30 hours of power.
I have been using the Sennheiser 350BT headphones for about a month now and I am very satisfied with them. After the initial charging, I have only needed to charge them once and I use them on a daily basis.
I guess that works out to a charge every 2 weeks. The headphones give a warning that you only have 2 hours left, so they give you some notice. The sound is good and so is the noise cancellation. I can wear them when I’m cooking in the kitchen and they will mask most of the sound from the oven vent fan.
I did read some reviews online about the ear cups being a bit uncomfortable, unless the user has small ears. I can attest that this is true, particularly at first, but after a few weeks, they don’t bother me anymore.
I would say my ears are roughly normal sized, so the headset was a bit achey for several days, but now they seem fine. I think the memory foam has relaxed a bit. Also, the earpieces can get a little bit shiny (from the oil on your ears) when they are new, but the shine diminishes over time.
I use baby wipes to clean the earpieces off once in a while. The reception is noticeably better on these 350BTs than on the earbuds I used before. I was initially worried about the headphones because of the reviews about their comfort.
I decided to give them a chance, because I knew I could return them to Micro Center within 30 days, and I’m glad I did. I am giving them 4 stars because of the initial ear discomfort.
It’s slightly tight for large heads, otherwise comfortable. Good quality audio with good noise suppression from the beefy leather pad. My only deal-breaker in some scenarios would be sidetone. Sidetone allows you to hear everything around you using its good quality microphone.
This, however, can be infuriating in some scenarios. I play Halo Infinite. Whenever I get past the start screen, sidetone activates because of the party feature; even when you’re playing the campaign.
So I can hear everything around me in Real life while playing this game. This is horrible, and I have searched everywhere for a way to completely disable this feature, but no method for this model of Sennhisers exists, at least for Windows 11.
So I have to use my old worn down headphones if I want to have a comfortable experience, which I shouldn’t have to do. If you’re playing, or even doing anything that requires a microphone at all, even when it’s not these headphones that are being used, sidetone activates, which is extremely annoying.
If you play or watch anything that doesn’t require a microphone, good headphones. If whatever you are doing requires a microphone, even when you’re not using that feature at all, beware.
Was given these for fathers day. I have owned sennhisers before and they were fantastic. These however are not. If you are listening to music the sound quality is like that of 80s am radio. There is no bottom end at all.
Even using the (useless) app (when it actually connects) to adjust the equaliser does nothing. The microphone is supersensitive and feeds your own voice back (along with all the background noise) to you constantly, even when the function is turned off in the app.
There is no way to turn it down. The ear pieces are tight and do not sit comfortably around your ears. Im honestly hoping they break so I can return them. Due to JBs covid policy I cannot return them because I have opened them.
With powerful JBL Pure Bass Sound, the JBL TUNE 710BT headphones play boldly, wirelessly. The lightweight over-ear design offers maximum comfort and immersion in sound. Big in performance, they can be folded in a compact shape to fit any adventure.
Take calls and manage sound hands-free thanks to the convenient button on the ear cup that also activate the Voice Assistants for on-the-go help. Enjoy them all-day-long thanks to the 50 hours battery life, or extend the fun endlessly with the included detachable audio cable.
Allowing connection with two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, the multipoint connection makes sure you won’t miss a call on your phone while streaming videos on your tablet. Choose the color that matches your style or your mood and enjoy great sound!.
Headphones – Bluetooth – wireless, wired – 3.5 mm jack
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I experience these headphones as both incredible and disappointing, it outshone my expectations in some areas and fell short in others. I would advise anyone that commutes, listens to podcasts, and likes to game with a wireless headset to purchase them.
I would be more hesitant to advise them to users that are heavily invested in music, or prioritize noise cancelling. Pros: The headphones are lightweight, durable, flexible and have incredible battery life.
Intuitive controls and good Bluetooth connection make them super practical. I wear them for 10-12 hours a day and they feel great. The battery life is also just a huge plus for me and I definitely will not return the headphones.
Cons: The noise cancelling is disappointing, gives me a headache and doesn’t actually filter out the higher sounds. It muffles rather than cancels. The sound quality itself is just ok, the base is fine and music sounds good but it’s far from impressive.
I expected a bit more at the price point and they are not significantly better than the very cheapest jbl headphones. In short, practical users (not sound snobs) will find these headphones to be the perfect everyday headset.
Those that are looking for exceptional sound quality should keep looking.
The JBL Tune 760NC is a great pair of wireless headphones that deliver neutral-sounding audio. Its sound profile is slightly bass-heavy which adds punch and thump to music without overpowering vocals and lead instruments.
These headphones are good for listening to different types of music and podcasts. A high-quality wireless headphones with active noise-cancelling features. Aside from the good quality audio, it’s comfortable to wear and it has convenient controls.
In terms of connectivity, I experience good Bluetooth connectivity with it. It was easy to pair them with two other devices simultaneously, and didn’t experience any issues during the process. This is extremely handy since I often switch between different audio sources.
In some specific cases I notice some latency in the sound specially with Android devices. So, you may want to check other options for streaming videos or use an application that can compensate for latency.
But experience may vary depending on the environment.
I hate giving anything, but 5 star reviews, but I feel it’s necessary. There were two things that made me instantly regret buying these earphones, but I’ve kind of just put up with it because it does get the job done (listening to music/youtube) 1) I feel it squeezes my head and kind of gives me headaches.
The more I’ve used it, the less extreme it’s been, but it did happen the other day at the gym for the first time in a while. As soon as I take the headphones off, it’s like instant relief, but the headache still lingers slightly.
(I rarely get headaches) 2) Within a couple uses, the ear part and top part were so so dirty. I ended up spending like 15 min cleaning it, and just to experiment, I took a full blown shower and put on my earphones.
Walked 20 minutes to work with them on (granted I do live in a hot place). And the earphones were back to being embarrassingly dirty. Like it grosses me out even, let alone people seeing it lol. I don’t know anyone who wants to spend 5-10 minutes after every use cleaning earphones.
Not sure anyone has time for that. (I read a public review saying that these headphones don’t get dirty, just clean after every use. I’m like WHAT? Does anyone actually want to have to do that? Like if I wore it once a week OKAY, but most people I know where headphones multiple times every day).
Our over-ear wireless headphones were designed to surpass your expectations. Z2 means 2 times greater sound, 2 times longer battery and 2 times more life enhancing features. Both wired and wireless active noise-cancelling headphones with aptX high-performance neodymium backed 40mm speakers deliver goose-bump inducing audio quality.
You gotta hear this. Progressive shape, cosmic sound, 30-hours wireless playtime, all the most enhanced technology, well-founded price. Ear-cups swivel to maximize your comfort, cloud-like comfort best for airplane travel.
Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones II are over-ear headphones from Bose featuring world-class noise cancelling technology, and now they’re optimized with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.
Enjoy balanced audio performance at any volume with volume-optimized EQ. And you can make or receive clear phone calls, even in loud environments with the noise reduction dual-microphone system. Connect to your devices wirelessly with Bluetooth and NFC pairing, with voice prompts for easy Bluetooth pairing.
Thanks to Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant you can keep in touch, get answers and manage your day using just your voice with one-button access to the voice assistant of your choice. You can also access your phone’s default virtual assistant, like Siri.
These headphones can also add to other moments with Bose AR, a first-of-its-kind audio augmented reality platform, combining the power of next-gen Bose audio products with innovative mobile apps. Together, they can create astonishing real-world experiences and fundamentally new ways to travel, exercise, learn, play, and more.
Wear these comfortable headphones all day because they’re built with premium materials. Listen to your music wirelessly for up to 20 hours of long battery life from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
Keep listening without battery power by connecting the included audio cable. Unlock more features and access future updates through the Bose Connect app.
After the Bose NC 700’s came out, I thought Bose would go in a new direction with their headphones. However, the Bose QC35’s proved to be such a cult classic that I ended up caving in. Seeing summer is in full throttle, many people will be going on vacation.
For the most part, that means traveling for extended periods. The right earphones can make a long plane or train ride much more enjoyable. My first impression when I picked up the headphones was wow! I am amazed at how light they are.
Its body is mainly made of metal. The articulation points twist and bend so smoothly. It has a very well-padded headband that bends without any problems. Even after extended listening sessions, the leather ear cups keep cool due to the soft padding.
In addition, I like how the inside of the ear cups has a large L and R so that you can always put these earphones on correctly. The earphones are over-the-ear and highly comfortable. Due to the lightweight, flexible headband, soft ear cups, and the fact that they don’t crush your ears, there is no irritation or overheating after prolonged use.
On the right ear cup, you can adjust the volume, control music playback, pause and play your music, accept and end calls, and even activate Siri. Additionally, they are very tactile and effortless to distinguish—my favorite pair of headphones by far.
FYI: The Bose QC35s are not water or sweat-resistant. If you’re going for a short run, the headphones should be fine, but don’t push them too hard. The Bose SoundSport Free wireless earbuds are better suited for vigorous workouts.
Bose provides a one-year limited warranty for the QC35s, but since there is no official rating for water or sweat resistance, the warranty does not cover those damages.
The product is a pair of black headphones with a power/ Bluetooth switch on the right side of the headphones. Also on the right side, is the volume and pause/play button. The purpose of this product is to play music or audio with great sound performance.
My personal experience with the product was amazing. I have had this product for about a year and a half now. I feel like the sound quality offers more compared to Beats headphones and AirPods. My reason for saying this is because with Beats by Dre you feel every beat drop and with AirPods, the quality isn’t bad but in my opinion, it needs more work.
Personally, I don’t really have that many cons of this product but, a couple of pros and cons are that yes they are noise-canceling so if you don’t like hearing outside sounds when listening to music then this product is for you but if you like be aware of your surroundings this product isn’t for you.
Great sound quality compared to other headphones like Beats by Dre and Skullcandy, I found this product offering better sound performance. A helpful pro is that the headphones can fold which makes it easier for me to store them in my bookbag when I am traveling.
A big con that I have about this product is that the padding for the ears did kept coming off, so I had to replace them a couple of times. For the overall product, it is accurate compared to the product description.
My overall impression of the product is that I would give it a 9/10 only because of the padding part. I would definitely recommend this product to another customer. If I had enough money I would buy another pair for just work and keep my other one just for at home.
I had, and still have, the Bose QuietComfort 25s, which are still incredible headphones. They’re not bluetooth which was fine when I get them. But I wanted to bluetooth to my laptop to listen to my music and Youtube, to my cell phone to listen to music and to take and make calls, and to ultimately connect to my TV.
I purchased the 35 II. They’re just as amazing as the 25’s, but with bluetooth. The best part is I can make calls from my cell and no one can tell I’m actually using headphones to talk. The microphone(s) in the ear piece picks up my voice without having to talk louder.
I called my friend in another state and didn’t tell him I was not only using these headphones, but walked all over two levels of my house while my cell was on the kitchen table and he could not tell I was on headphones.
I told him after an hour that I was using headphone with no microphone in front of my mouth. He said he couldn’t tell the entire time. I connected to my laptop and put on my favorite music and the sound is outstanding.
The channel separation is great and I’ve heard instruments and singing in songs I’ve listened to for 40 years that I didn’t know was there. I’m hearing my music in a whole new way. The Noise Cancelling is as perfect as I want.
My wife can listen to the TV in the next room, which I can perfectly hear normally, and I hear nothing but what’s coming through my headphones when I have the noise cancelling on. The best part is I can also not use bluetooth and plug directly into the audio jack of my phone or computer with the supplied connector.
I’ve not had another brand to compare these to, but after reading many reviews, and my personal experience with other Bose products, I didn’t even consider another brand. I bought these on sale before Thanksgiving for ~$180 which really made them a great buy.
They are so good that I bought a second pair as a Christmas present for my son who I know will appreciate them as much as I do. It did take a little getting used to using the volume control on the right cup just because I’m not used to adjusting volume without seeing the controls, but that is minor.
I haven’t tried using Alexa while wearing the headphones so I can’t comment on that although I will be experimenting soon.
UA Project Rock Over-Ear Training Headphones are tested and approved by Dwayne Johnson himself, built to help you grind harder—with Adaptive Noise Cancelling for ultimate focus, and a durable sweatproof construction.
Washable Supervent ear cushions stay dry, and UA Storm Super Grip provides maximum stability. JBL Charged Sound is tuned to maximize motivation, and Bionic Hearing features TalkThru Technology for talking to training partners, and Ambient Aware Technology to hear surroundings.
Give voice assistants quick commands and customize your sound with the JBL app. With up to 45-hours of playtime and a hardshell case there’s nothing that will hold you back.
I’ve had these headphones for a bit over 10 months now and so far they have been ok. Sound quality is pretty good and they are comfy to wear for long workouts. I use them between 3 and 4 times a week as for them most part they have done well.
Until a month ago where the battery life as severely dropped. Initially could go all week on one charge. Now I can get only 2 workouts before I have to charge them again, if that. Today they wouldn’t turn on at all and when I plug them in to charge nothing happens.
For the price I paid I would hope they would last at least a year. Not this time apparently.
The RPT-01 is a full-featured headphone that meets the needs of your workout. Featuring a sweat-resistant design (IPX4) with removable, washable, knitted ear cushions, a simple 5-way action button and uncompromising wireless sound with incredible sound.
Everything you need to switch seamlessly and without interruption between work, commuting and your fitness program. Waterproof to IPX4 with sweat and splash-proof construction. Ergonomic design with 360° rotation for a comfortable and flexible fit throughout the workout.
Create custom shortcuts with the easy-to-use control button and action button. Enjoy up to 40 hours of gameplay with super-fast USB C charging. Removable, washable knitted ear pads and inner headband.
Get even closer to your favorite music with the exceptional bass performance and noise cancellation of the WH-XB910N wireless headphones. EXTRA BASS and Dual Noise Canceling technologies put deep, euphoric sound at the center of your listening experience.
Make your party for one last longer with up to 30 hours of battery life plus quick charging.
Headphones – Bluetooth – wireless, wired – 3.5 mm jack
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Purchased this set of headphones during the July 2022 Best Buy “Prime Days” and it has now replaced my Apple AirPods Max for juicy, thumpy and overall awesome set pair that I currently own. It’s much more compact to bring along in my backpack and unlike the AirPods Max’s pathetic sleeve this actually has a nice case included.
Sound Quality: This is always subjective but when I was younger, Sony made some Bass branded Walkmans (yep, I’m old) and those were amazing sounding when listening to cassettes. This brings me back to those days when I can tune out the world and just enjoy my music.
The songs I play range from old classic rock to drum and bass, metal, R&B, techno and current pop hits and they all sound much fuller than the AirPods Max since there is more low end power. Comfort: I can wear these all 7 hours max when I’m working at my cushy office job.
No issues with the band clamping my head like a vise and very comfy ear cups that fit my large dumbo ears. Noise Cancelling: Very good, not as isolating like a Bose QC, AirPods Max or even Sonys top end XM line but it does the job of drowning out my annoying co-workers that are 30-40 feet away that like speak to loudly for their own good.
Haven’t taken it on a plane trip but I’m sure it’ll hold its own. Battery Life: Exceptional!! Like I said above, I use this mainly for office work to listen to music and for about 5-6 hours Monday – Friday it’ll last me a week and half roughly.
BlueTooth Connection: Outstanding. Links up to my Windows PC laptop, Apple iMac desktop, my iPhone 11 Pro Max without any hiccups. Solid wireless connectivity. Misc: This is my first Sony NC headphones and I’ve always wanted their premium XM1000s but $350 was a bit too high and if you get these at Best Buy’s sale, they were too good to pass up.
I also like the way you can use your palm to cover up the right ear cup to use ambient mode and swiping your finger across to skip to the next track, just a couple nice features that Sony has implemented.
There’s also an app you can download to fine tune your sound preferences. Conclusion: Take a demo listen at the store and see how much you’ll enjoy these.
I purchased these Sony WH-XB910N Headphones with the expectation that they would also be a good solution as a headset for several hours during the work day for business calls and meetings, as well as for personal phone calls.
The Good: They did last a few days between charging. The are comfortable. The Not So Good: You can’t use these headphones while they are charging, they are disabled during the charging process. Additionally the Noise Cancelling feature is marginal at best, they still pick up a good amount of background noise which can be heard by others.
I ended up returning these a couple weeks after purchase and getting the Logitech Zone 900 Headset. The Zone 900’s can be used while charging, it’s not disabled while charging like these Sony headphones.
The Zone 900’s also came with a much longer charging cord which facilitated use during the charging process. Additionally the Zone 900’s have much better noise cancellation than the WH-XB910N’s. I know that typically people who purchase these WH-XB910N’s are primarily looking for good listening quality with their music, but having reliable headphones/headset for phone calls and meetings is just as important if not more important to me.
As much as I wanted to keep these Sony headphones because they sounded incredible when listening to music, the Logitech Zone 900’s were a much better solution for my needs. Please note that I rated these Sony WH-XB910N 5 stars when it comes to Sound quality when listening to music, they are wonderful.
If there was an additional star-category for Noise Canceling, I’d give these Sony’s 2-3 stars at the most.
Wireless headphonesWithout the hassle of a wire the Skullcandy Venue S6HCW-L003 Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones offer more comfortable movement whether youre at the gym or on the way to work.
You wont need to dig your phone out of your pocket for incoming calls either. Earcup controls provide easy call management as well as control over music and volume. Active noise-cancelling Listening to an album or podcast can be difficult when the sound is mixed with the noises of the commute.
Skullcandy Venue Headphones use active noise-cancelling to tune out the distracting sounds around you. Stay focused throughout the whole album. Or if youre nearly at the office turn off noise-cancelling to make sure you dont miss your stop.
Its that immersive. Listen all day Listen for as long as you like before needing to recharge. The Skullcandy Venue Headphones have a rechargeable battery that can deliver up to 24 hours of non-stop music.
That means no annoying midday charge. And if youre running low on battery when youre in a rush dont panic. Fast charging means youll get an impressive five hours of battery from only 10 minutes charging.
Never lose your headphones again If you struggle to leave home without headphones the Skullcandy Venue Headphones are your new best friend. Built-in Tile technology lets you track your headphones whereabouts from your phone using Bluetooth so you wont resort to turning the house upside-down to find them.
Buddy of mine recommended skullcandy, after a couple of hours comparing Bluetooth headphones, after my beats died finally. Had weighed pros and cons of mabey buying a new battery pack for them, so he reccommended them, and was searching around on Amazon and came across them, so found them and got a pair, firstly1.
Sound quality is amazing but I use a player app called jet audio, and playing around with the settings I was able to use thier skullcandy hesh hifi setting and the sound was pristine clear and bass hit where it was needed, tried even without that setting on and they were screaming, 2.
Price was reasonable for someone on a fixed income of ssdi, I paid 104 total for new pair when priced up against the jbl club anc priced 124 new, beats were ridiculously priced at 199, and I owned 2 pairs and neither one was reliable, they broke down after a few months of wear and tear, I once had a pair of the skullcandy jibs in ear, but one of the headphones went out, those I had for years.
3. Let’s talk anc for a minute, now I live in a powerchair and was once told by a spd officer that since I’m in a motorized vehicle(by their definition 😳) I need to use a hands free device to be safe.
Well I didn’t know that. So I’ve been using Bluetooth for awhile now, and lemme say this, out if the three brands, beats, jbl club, venue, I feel that the venue has the best quality when it comes to noise cancelling.
I can’t hear the traffic over the music I listen to,. I’m a metal guy. I like my music loud and proud, thank you, so the cancelling headphones that are the veneus are the best out of all three. I can’t hear the traffic over my music at all.
Drowns out background noise perfectly, 4. Charging aspect of headphones are surprisingly fast, since neither of the other 2 have that, and those were usb c cords. Where this is a micro charger, so charging them now to use tommorow, so will see how long they last So all in all I am quite pleased with this pair of headphones I got that are the venues, even the packaging was nifty, came with a really nice fabric lined padded case to put them in, and the box when I opened them had a magnetic sealSo do I reccomend these to anyone? HELL YES! BUY THESE!!!.
Let me start out with the bad; Battery life with ANC is only around 24 hours, there’s no USB-C charging or companion app and the sound isn’t world beating. But there are pros to cancel out those cons.
1)Sound quality is neutral and pretty good. It doesn’t suffer from an excess of bass that throws all sounds slightly off. 2)They can be found for under $100, and are a good value at the $80-90 price point.
3)They have the tile feature people seem to like and 4)the controls are very simple yet effective. I also found them to be comfortable. In terms of weight, they’re neither heavy nor light. I highly doubt you could use these everyday for years though; They don’t feel particularly durable so handle them with care.
Long story short, you’ll be disappointed if you somehow pay $140 for this but pretty happy with them for a little more than half that. As a comparison, the current model of the HESH-ANC is a little bit better but at a higher cost.
If you can spring for the extra $40, it’s not a bad idea but this is a nice budget option currently.
They charge up impressively fast. The Monitor Setting is goofy. If I turn it on, I have to turn up the volume from a tiny, low whisper, then turn the volume back down when I turn off the Monitor setting.
Instead, I use the volume or pause and slide the headphones off one ear to half listen. Eh. Ironically, the cushy ear covers don’t keep this pair from becoming uncomfortable on the curved bone behind the ear on my SKULL.
I am being honest in my review as a long time Skullcandy fan—so keep an open mind to my close mindedness: Why does the digital voice have a tony British accent from the west end of London? It would be cool if we had a choice for the software we get.
Maybe I want someone who sounds like Morgan Freeman, Cillian Murphy, or America Ferrera. Basically, it grates on me that I have to hear the ultimate Colonial accent when I am enjoying music or podcasts.
who picked that out at Colorado company headquarters? Never mind, don’t answer that.
Next level digital noise cancelling technology. Get up to 30 hours of battery life. Frequency Range 2. 4 GHz band (2. 4000 GHz-2. 4835 GHz). Frequency Response (Active Operation) 2 Hz-20,000 Hz. Frequency Response (Bluetooth Communication) 20 Hz-20,000 Hz (44.
1 kHz Sampling)/20 Hz-40,000 Hz (LDAC 96 kHz Sampling, 990 kbps). Touch Sensor controls to pause/play/skip tracks, control volume, activate your voice assistant, and answer phone calls. Quick Attention Mode for effortless conversations without taking your headphones off Activate Alexa, the Google Assistant, or your voice assistant with a simple touch.
Optimize your sound settings with the Sony Headphones Connect app Clear hands free calling.
Headphones – Bluetooth – wireless – NFC – 3.5 mm jack
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There are a few major flaws with these headphones that are really disappointing for the price point. I wish I had tried them out in person before buying. The touch controls are too easy to trigger accidentally.
They fire almost every time I adjust the headphones on my head, or take them on or off, which is maddening. I wish I could disable them, but that seems to be impossible. The lack of physical volume buttons is disappointing, given the overly-sensitive touch controls.
The built-in play/pause control is buggy and causes weird audio or video artifacts on some streaming services. For example, hitting “play” on the headphones puts Netflix into a weird state where the video plays but Netflix still thinks it’s paused and keeps showing the pause overlay.
Switching between devices is overly difficult — if the headphones are connected to one device, you need to fully disable Bluetooth on that device before connecting to another. Despite all of the above complaints, the headphones are very comfortable, and the sound quality is great.
But the issues are annoying enough that I don’t enjoy using them. I would return them if I could, but I unfortunately missed the return window. If you’re considering buying these headphones, I highly recommend going to a store and trying them out in person first.
Make sure you test out the touch controls to see whether they work for you. Pay attention to whether the touch controls activate when taking the headphones on and off.
This headphone is one of the best one I have ever used! The sound quality definitely does feel premium, and that the crisp of the treble is evident. Indeed the bass is phenomenal for the pricing. Some of the music that I have been listening to for a long time sounds superb with the bass and sub bass the headphone delivers! The fact that Sony allows the customer to utilize their companion app for an equalizer setting and a Virtual Phone Technology setting, is outstanding! If one is not pleased with enough bass, then one can simply try using bass boost mode with the help of the equalizer.
If the bass is still not enough, then one should use the custom option for maximum bass boost. If the bass is still not enough, one should use the club mode with the help of Sony’s surround feature (VPT) for extreme bass! Know that most people can not handle the bass the Sony WH-XB900N has to offer! The comfort is perfect without a doubt.
The battery life is excellent. This headphone is certainly designed who crave for bass bass bass!.
Been using for a few weeks now, very happy so far. Love the way the audio can be fine tuned via the app (bass, treble etc) first time I’ve had to take a photo of my ear to tailor the sound from headphones! Bass response is excellent and can be adjusted to your own needs.
Comfort is good, lots of padding on the headband. The touch features are both excellent however sometimes I’ve skipped/paused by accident when adjusting the headphones on my head. The noise cancellation options are good, perhaps doesn’t cancel as much as I was expecting but still do a great job.
I love the one handed touch feature that enables all ambient sound to be heard (whilst lowering the music volume) great for when someone speaks to you and saves you taking the headphones off. Battery life has been great, somewhere in the region of 25-30 hours on a single charge, more than enough to last 3-4 days or a long train/plane journey.
Price was decent enough for the product, sure you can go lower or higher but I think it’s been fairly well matched for features. Would recommend.
JBL E55BT wireless over-ear headphones bring the signature sound of JBL right to your ears. The E55BT is one of the most versatile packages ever, featuring a long battery life and an innovative, stylish fabric headband that emphasizes your fashion quotient.
The ergonomic around-ear design means that your entertainment continues and your fun factor gets amped up no matter what you’re doing – working, commuting, or just making your way around town. Multi-device connectivity allows you to seamlessly switch between two devices, so you never miss a call.
With a sleek appearance, various color options and the added convenience of a detachable cable with remote and microphone, you’ll never want to be seen without your E55BT headphones.
The E55bt are not APTx or LDAC capable wireless headphones, so keep that in mind. BT codecs greatly affect the maximum sound quality that can be achieved when music is transmitted, and the SBC supported by the E55bt is FM quality (whereas LDAC is CD quality).
When connected by BT, you’ll notice the highs are rolled off, the sound stage isn’t as vibrant or clear. Not bad, and it is quite acceptable for outdoor use where the ambient outdoor noise will erase any advantage of even better codecs.
These headphones do seal out some of the ambient noise passively, but are not active noise cancelling headphones unlike higher priced models. That said, I use the E55bt WIRED! It comes with a detachable 3.
5mm cable, and when you do plug it in into a player that can drive them well, like my LG G7, which has a quad-dac audio output, OMG! Then these headphones really come Alive with solid, active bass, clear vocals, a clear soundstage and highs!! That’s when everything from La La Land’s soundtrack to Puth’s Furious 7 end song play like they’re meant to play, motivating your feet to tap to the beats and a smile to come to your face.
Seriously good for the price range! They are not neutral like some competitors – these are designed to make music even more lively and fun than they ought to be, but without any artificialness. Music simply sounds better and your ears perk up and notice right away! Comfortable ear padding, easy to adjust controls, no issues turning it on bt, adjusting volume, adjusting the fit, etc.
Ear cups turn 90 degrees to lay flat, so they don’t take that much space in a bag. Padded cloth headband is nice, comfortable on the head. These are closed headphones, so you won’t hear much of the world.
You’ll need to pull one cup off your ear to hear someone talk. Also, because of the weight and design, these are good for walking, office, gaming, etc, but they are not for running or sports. The E55bt are the sort of headphones that you put on, start playing a range of music from jazz to rock, and you can relax in a wonderful world of music while you read or do other activities.
As someone who has been reading BT headset reviews for a few years now, there is something everyone should understand by now. There are no headphones designed to last more than a few years (short of studio headphones that do not travel, and cost an arm + leg + and your first born).
Every single type of headphone has reviews stating they break easily, don’t last, fall apart, etc. You cannot avoid this, and as such, I have been on the outside of the headphone craze, unwilling to replace my decent earbuds with something that cost ten times the dollar amount, and might give me a year or two of listening.
With that said, I found these JBL’s in a clearance section at TJ Maxx, and after refreshing my memory with the reviews, decided to take the plunge. It has only been three months since my faithful leap, so I cannot comment on durability, but I must say, that even if I had paid full price, these would be worth it.
While a first time owner, I have listened to countless headsets in stores, and from friends over the years, and could not be happier with these JBL’s. At the time of writing, they were selling for one hundred and forty dollars on the JBL website, and while I only paid eighty dollars, the one forty is still a good value.
I make sure to be careful with them, and really like how the ear cups lay flat so when I wear them around my neck, they are not in cumbersome. Sound quality is at or above all other headphones priced under $250, and are more comfortable, esspecially Beats, which I have no idea why people love.
Battery life is quite good, and with an app, you can monitor the level, and adjust the equalizer to your taste, so please people, stop talking about the bass levels! They are quality over the ear BT headphones, and they work well, last, and sound great.
One more PSA: Stop writing reviews before you READ THE OWNERS MANUAL! You can skip songs! The buttons do make sense! They do work well with phone calls!.
After dealing with Harman messing up the shipping option and charging me even more money, these cans arrived with a defective right driver which is OBVIOUSLY quieter than the left one. This creates a stereo imbalance that all but ruins the listeniung experience.
The plastic is also quite cheap – the plastic creaks as the ear cups move, as mentioned by other customers. And it totally looks blue, not grey. I spent $50 on these and they hardly feel worth $30 let alone the original askin price of $150.
After the shenanigans they pulled suring initial order I’m not excited to deal witrh thier returns. Wish me luck, and do yourself a favor and buy a a different set of phones from a different seller.
There are a few key factors to look for when choosing the best over ear wireless headphones for working out. Firstly, you’ll want to make sure that the headphones are comfortable to wear for long periods of time, as you’ll likely be wearing them for extended periods while working out.
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