Wireless Headphones are excellent for smartphone, tablet and laptop users who want the ability to listen cord-free. They can also be nice around the home and office, and for particular activities like exercise, running or watching TV.
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Bluetooth is the dominant wireless transmission method for smartphones, laptops and tablets due to its ease of use, solid transmission range and steadily improving audio quality.
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Noise cancelling headphones use battery powered electronics to cancel out or attenuate external ambient noises. They are specifically designed to block steady lower-frequency sounds and are excellent for use in planes, trains and automobiles. Noise cancelling headphones are ideal for travel and will claw back some musical peace of mind during your hectic journeys.
Apple upset the old, er, apple cart by removing the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. Other smartphones like the Moto Z Droid have also removed the analog headphone jack from their devices. It's a trend that's sure to continue as companies make slimmer and more durable smartphones with hermetically sealed moisture-resistant designs.
So other than going wireless with a headphone that offers Blue...
Sometimes called 'headset' headphones, this fast-growing category offers full smartphone abilities with built-in microphones and remote control buttons on the cord allowing easy switching between your music and phone calls. Mic'd headphones are available in all types including in-ear, full-size and wireless designs. Although universally-compatible smartphone headphones are now starting to appea...
Over Ear Headphones are also commonly known as full-size, circumaural or around the ear headphones. They are the traditional large headphones with ear pads that typically fit around the entire ear on most listeners. Over Ear headphones come in either open or closed ear cup designs and can offer stellar sound quality and excellent comfort. Check out the list for below for some of our favorite Ov...
If you really need to shut out the world and just enjoy your music in peace, there is simply nothing better than great in-ear headphones.
In-ear headphones fit like true earplugs and can sound just as good or better than full-size headphones at similar prices.
For travelers, commuters and frequent fliers wanting the best ambient noise isolation, in-ear headphones are often a better choice than ...
The new Sennheiser PXC 550 wireless headphones are the epitome of high-end noise-cancelling smartphone-ready Bluetooth audiophile headphones. Our opinion is we may have a new leader in this very popular headphone category.
The newest Bluetooth 5.0 scheme has just become available. That bodes well for the future of improved Bluetooth headphone sound coming soon. Meanwhile, we've found a few pretty good Bluetooth headphones ready for your footloose wire-free jams now.
At only 25% the cost of its stunning big brother - the $4,000 Focal Utopia - the Focal Elear delivers at least 90% of the Utopia's deep sound quality and lightning-fast dynamic grasp. That highly impressive math is why the Elear is clearly the 'bang-for-the-buck' winner in audiophile headphones.