Welcome back guys to my blog. Maybe you remember a few posts back where we were discussing Bluetooth speakers? Well, I’m currently in the market for some Bluetooth headphones for use when it’s a bit late and I don’t want to disturb people sleeping or for when I’m travelling to work on public transport. I’ve written a few quick write-ups based on the information I’ve found whilst searching the net. Here’s a few of my favourites which I’ll probably pick from once I’ve had a bit more time to think it through.
Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H8
So is said I’d be choosing from one of the list I’m giving. It won’t be these for sure. If I had the cash and could justify it, then ok but I don’t have $500 to spend on a set of headphones. You’re guaranteed to get a great sound with these and the noise cancelling feature is meant to work great. You also get a lot of other features. Reviews on these aren’t flawless though as there are some niggles. Diehard fans of the brand with the cash would go for them I’m sure but there are better options out there for less money.
Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II
At half the price of the B&O’s, these are a perfect blend of comfort and performance which is what you need from a set of wireless headphones. They also look great too so there’s definitely more reason to be tempted by these.
Beats Studio Wireless Series
Coming in slightly more expensive than the Bose phones, these are pretty much the best quality wireless headphones you can get at the moment in terms of sound quality and performance. There may be more comfortable phones out there but the quality you get for these could definitely warrant spending a few extra bucks.
Sol Republic Shadow Wireless
Last up, if you want something with solid performance for under $100 then these are for you. There probably aren’t any better set of phones out there for the money. These are definitely a strong contender for me and the price is a lot closer to my budget.