The market for wireless hearing aids or TWS technology rises like foam. Almost all phone manufacturers are including their versions of wireless headphones for their flagship models. But this market is not limited to phones, any user of a tablet, laptop, or PC wants to enjoy quality audio without getting entangled with annoying cables.
Although we got rid of a problem, we must take into account that with the elimination of cords there are other drawbacks, such as the quality of the audio. Although many users are satisfied with the comfort and freedom of TWS hearing aids, the most demanding users are looking for an audio quality that is not affected by the Bluetooth connection.
These are the best wireless headphones on the market today.
Sony is a new contender in the market for high-quality hearing aids, but its new model is quite a big step. In search of great audio quality and battery life, the WF-1000XM3 already compares itself to giants on the market. Sony chose to put a lot of weight on comfort and noise cancellation.
The only weak point that can be seen is the lack of water resistance protocols, so you will have to take good care of them since they could not bear to be exposed to water.
Xiaomi Mi AirDots
One of Xiaomi’s proposals is the AirDots of the Mi sub-brand. These have Bluetooth 5.0 and can work up to five hours of continuous use. They have an integrated microphone and work perfectly with Android and Apple devices. In 90 minutes they reach 100% battery when they are charged. Xiaomi aimed more at portability and price range, but the audio quality was not left behind.
Apple AirPods Pro
Apple is probably responsible for the wireless headphones’ fever by removing the headphone jack on their phones from the iPhone7. Although many disliked this decision, the AirPods are a reality today more than ever.
The Pro model came to offer improvements to its younger brothers. They have everything you want in wireless headphones: portability, comfort, premium design, microphone. Additionally, the California brand did a lot of work on improving external noise cancellation, bass, and performance. It should be noted that the battery is not on par with many models in that price range.
Jabra Elite 75t
The successors to the acclaimed Elite 65t. The new Jabra models made a significant leap in quality improvements, in battery life, and even managed to make them smaller. They have water resistance, so if the rain catches you while you walk home you will not have to stop listening to music, they are also perfect for sports activities. There wasn’t much that the Elite 65t could improve on, but the 75t came to strengthen weaknesses and present a great TWS headset option on the market.
Audio-Technica SonicFuel ATH-AR3BT
Audio-Technica is the giant in the professional audio sector, and unsurprisingly, they were not far behind in the wireless headphone race. The ATH-AR3BT has NFC for quick pairing, hands-free microphone, despite their size they are quite light and extremely comfortable. They can work for 30 hours of continuous use. They can be connected by a 1.5mm cable and it is one of the best options for those who want a professional quality product.
Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus
The Galaxy Buds were presented as the main competition of the AirPods, and its Plus version seeks to make the race as close as possible. The autonomy of the battery is almost double now, 11 hours of continuous use.
Not only are they portable and aesthetic, but Samsung has also noticeably improved audio quality by paying close attention to ambient noise cancellation, bass, and call quality. They have Bluetooth 5.0 and are compatible with any type of operating system. The splashproof protocol could not be missing, so we can say that the Galaxy Buds Plus is one of the most balanced options.
Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless
Another great that could not be left off the list. The German company put on the table what is possibly the best proposal for audio quality in wireless headphones of this caliber. They may be a little big, but their sound is incomparable. It is, without a doubt, the preferred option for users with more demanding ears.