Best Wireless Earbuds from $100 to $200

We made a big emphasis on inexpensive earbuds, since it makes no sense to buy an expensive earbuds for a phone. But there are some justifiably expensive earphones that add charm to your music experience.

How to choose the best earbuds for your phone?

To listen music with pleasure and comfort, to answer calls without interference and interruptions, to isolate as much as possible from the noise of the city, with its traffic and rush. 

  1. The best version of earbuds for a phone is a true wireless model with a microphone (in my subjective opinion). No need to worry about charging, the earbuds fit in your pocket and perfectly isolate you from the noise of the subway. 
  2. Some best earbuds include- Bose Soundsport Wireless Earbuds
  3. Overhead is also a good option , but I’m used to listening to music for more than 2 hours. And I do not really want to endure the pain from flattened ears, which usually appears after 2 hours of listening. But this minus is not relevant for everyone, so on-ear headphones for the phone may be the best option for you. 
  4. Apple Airpods and Bose SoundSport, are 2 wireless earbud models. The main disadvantage of which is insufficient sound insulation on the street. But experience shows that most people do not get drunk on the topic of the noise of the outside world, in the context of earbuds for the phone.

Should I buy wireless bluetooth earbuds for my phone?

Bluetooth wireless earbuds are one of the best phone earbuds . Bluetooth connection is first of all:

  • Incredibly comfortable;
  • Functionally, thanks to the built-in battery, a sea of ​​useful functions is screwed to the earbuds. From noise reduction to smart Google or Siri assistants;
  • And are stylish, wires are more often ugly and get tangled very easily.

Of the minuses:

  • They need to be constantly charged . The benefit of the batteries of top models is now enough for a week (up to 30 hours on a single charge).
  • We are losing in sound quality . Wireless, in the near future, will always be inferior to wired in sound quality. But the gap is less.
  • Wireless is always a little, and sometimes much, more expensive .

If you are looking for sound quality, then wireless earbuds are certainly not the best choice, even for portable use. Although some models, such as the Sony WH-1000XM3 , prove the opposite.

If you are not looking for the highest quality sound and want to get a universal and good sound, then it is better to pay 2 times more for wireless and enjoy perfect usability, useful functionality and freedom from wires!

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Sony WF-SP700N True Wireless Earbuds: A Complete Review
The Sony WF-SP700N left a pretty clear impression on me - I have to take it. After all, given their cost, the presence of noise reduction and sound quality, there are almost no competitors. Rather, there is, but no one can offer the same thing for comparable money. There is IPX4, and a pleasant appearance, and the ability to choose from four colors: pink, white, yellow, black. If you need headphones with a similar set of features and good, albeit not audiophile, sound quality, then the Sony WF-SP700N is what you need.

PROS

CONS

  • Active noise reduction
  • IPX4 Certification
  • Support for the AAC codec (I recommend using it only with Apple gadgets)
  • Good ergonomics and a secure fit
  • Proprietary application with additional functionality.
  • The microphone loves to catch the wind and the noise around you.
  • Audio Delay When Watching Video Using SBC Codec.
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The Sony WF-SP700N left a pretty clear impression on me - I have to take it. After all, given their cost, the presence of noise reduction and sound quality, there are almost no competitors. Rather, there is, but no one can offer the same thing for comparable money. There is IPX4, and a pleasant appearance, and the ability to choose from four colors: pink, white, yellow, black. If you need headphones with a similar set of features and good, albeit not audiophile, sound quality, then the Sony WF-SP700N is what you need.
Design
8
Connectivity
8.3
Sound
7.8
Price
7.9
Battery
7.8
PROS:
  • Active noise reduction
  • IPX4 Certification
  • Support for the AAC codec (I recommend using it only with Apple gadgets)
  • Good ergonomics and a secure fit
  • Proprietary application with additional functionality
CONS:
  • The microphone loves to catch the wind and the noise around you.
  • Audio Delay When Watching Video Using SBC Codec
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Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Earbuds: A Complete Review
After meeting Sennheiser Momentum TW, for the first time, I wanted to have fully wireless headphones and make them my primary for listening to music outside the home. They lie comfortably in your ears, sound pleasant and have good autonomy. Thanks to the support of the aptX ™ Low Latency codec, the headphones are great not only for music, but also for watching movies and even for computer games, no sound delay or its desync with the image. For anyone looking for true Hi-Fi sound in fully wireless headphones, your search is over, try Sennheiser Momentum TW and you won’t be able o rtefuse them.

PROS

CONS

  • Sound
  • Convenience
  • Materials
  • Touch control
  • Standalone time
  • No sound delay when watching videos or in computer games
  • Appearance
  • IPX4 Water Protection
  • Price
  • Try before you buy, the case is large, some people may not fit in size
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After meeting Sennheiser Momentum TW, for the first time, I wanted to have fully wireless headphones and make them my primary for listening to music outside the home. They lie comfortably in your ears, sound pleasant and have good autonomy. Thanks to the support of the aptX ™ Low Latency codec, the headphones are great not only for music, but also for watching movies and even for computer games, no sound delay or its desync with the image. For anyone looking for true Hi-Fi sound in fully wireless headphones, your search is over, try Sennheiser Momentum TW and you won’t be able o rtefuse them.
Design
9
Sound
8
Price
8.2
Connectivity
9
Battery
7.8
PROS:
  • Sound
  • Convenience
  • Materials
  • Touch control
  • Standalone time
  • No sound delay when watching videos or in computer games
  • Appearance
  • IPX4 Water Protection
CONS:
  • Price
  • Try before you buy, the case is large, some people may not fit in size
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OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 Headphones: A Complete Review
We rated OnePlus Bullets Wireless as one of the best, inexpensive wireless headsets you can buy and Bullets Wireless 2 is a decent option that once again confirms our positive opinion. The price is about $111, slightly higher than their predecessors, although as before, they are worth investing in, as we believe. Even at this price, there are very few flaws in this pair of headphones. Wireless, with a hybrid triple installation, provides an excellent combination of functions and sound quality. Regardless of whether you own the OnePlus smartphone or not, Bullets Wireless 2 is a great pair of wireless headphones for use with any smartphone or computer. However, if you're looking for more powerful bass, options like the Powerbeats 3 might be more suitable than OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2.

PROS

CONS

  • Balanced sound
  • High-definition sound
  • Long-lasting, fast-charging battery
  • Comfortable, Snug fit
  • Poor Base
  • FX sounds while gaming is terrible
  • Volume is okayish but the mids and highs are mushy
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We rated OnePlus Bullets Wireless as one of the best, inexpensive wireless headsets you can buy and Bullets Wireless 2 is a decent option that once again confirms our positive opinion. The price is about $111, slightly higher than their predecessors, although as before, they are worth investing in, as we believe. Even at this price, there are very few flaws in this pair of headphones. Wireless, with a hybrid triple installation, provides an excellent combination of functions and sound quality. Regardless of whether you own the OnePlus smartphone or not, Bullets Wireless 2 is a great pair of wireless headphones for use with any smartphone or computer. However, if you're looking for more powerful bass, options like the Powerbeats 3 might be more suitable than OnePlus
Design
8.5
Sound
6.2
Price
7.5
Connectivity
7.6
Battery
7.9
PROS:
  • Balanced sound
  • High-definition sound
  • Long-lasting, fast-charging battery
  • Comfortable, Snug fit
CONS:
  • Poor Base
  • FX sounds while gaming is terrible
  • Volume is okayish but the mids and highs are mushy
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Apple AirPods 2: A Complete Review
With the help of new Apple AirPods 2, Apple showed its vision of a wireless future. That's why they refused an audio jack on the iPhone. Someone likes this future, but someone is not ready to part with established habits and favorite wired headphones. So for now, AirPods 2 is a very good product.  

PROS

CONS

  • Balanced and detailed sound
  • Ease of use
  • Autonomy in conjunction with a charging case
  • Work in headset mode
  • Only for Apple technology
  • The lack of player controls on the headphones
  • Poor sound insulation
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With the help of new Apple AirPods 2, Apple showed its vision of a wireless future. That's why they refused an audio jack on the iPhone. Someone likes this future, but someone is not ready to part with established habits and favorite wired headphones. So for now, AirPods 2 is a very good product.
Design
7.5
Sound
6.1
Price
6.2
Connectivity
6.5
Battery
6.6
PROS:
  • Balanced and detailed sound
  • Ease of use
  • Autonomy in conjunction with a charging case
  • Work in headset mode
CONS:
  • Only for Apple technology
  • The lack of player controls on the headphones
  • Poor sound insulation
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Apple AirPods with Charging Case: A Complete Review
They have a really good sound quality and excellent functioning inside the Apple ecosystem: you can, for example, use headphones with an Apple Watch without a smartphone, and you can play music on the iPhone, but control playback through the clock. Well, of course, you can connect other Apple devices with operating systems to AirPods.  

PROS

CONS

  • Balanced and detailed sound
  • Ease of use
  • Autonomy in conjunction with a charging case
  • Work in headset mode
  • Only for Apple technology
  • The lack of player controls on the headphones
  • Poor sound insulation
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They have a really good sound quality and excellent functioning inside the Apple ecosystem: you can, for example, use headphones with an Apple Watch without a smartphone, and you can play music on the iPhone, but control playback through the clock. Well, of course, you can connect other Apple devices with operating systems to AirPods.
Design
8
Sound
6.3
Price
6.4
Connectivity
6.9
Battery
7.1
PROS:
  • Balanced and detailed sound
  • Ease of use
  • Autonomy in conjunction with a charging case
  • Work in headset mode
CONS:
  • Only for Apple technology
  • The lack of player controls on the headphones
  • Poor sound insulation
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HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 – Wireless Bluetooth Earphone- A Complete Review
 

PROS

CONS

  • Wonderful sound. The best sound in 2019, among models similar to Airpods, for Android.
  • Great design. Finally, in FreeBuds 3, the design has become beautiful and ergonomic. Appearance is almost indistinguishable from Airpods (the design is even a little more convenient).
  • Convenient design of earphones , case and convenient management.
  • Functional . Proprietary application, noise reduction, convenient touch control (customizable).
  • Autonomy 4 + 20 hours. This is an excellent indicator of the Airpods Android form factor.
  • High-quality microphone.
  • Proximity sensor or auto-pause when removing the earphone works only with HUAWEI smartphones with firmware 10+. This could be implemented for all smartphones. But HUAWEI is played in Chinese Apple, with its ecosystem, limiting functions on other smartphones, luring users to themselves. For me, this already had the opposite effect ... There is no proprietary application for the iPhone.
  • Active noise cancellation is approximately 80% useless. Suppresses only 20% of noise or almost nothing, if expressed simply. Although on the other hand, this is the first noise suppressor in the liners, which at least somehow suppresses noise.
  • Glossy case and headphone case. Case collects prints well. On the headphones, the prints are almost imperceptible. (In the white version, it is almost not visible on the case).
  • The price of $ 210 is generally reasonable. But if not for these intentional jambs for non-Huawei phones
 
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HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 is a very decent alternative to Airpods for Android. If you pick up fully wireless headphones in the Airpods form factor for an Android phone, then HUAWEI FreeBuds 3, in 2019, is the best option! It should be borne in mind that HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 is fully compatible only on Huawei smartphones with firmware 10+, almost complete on Xiaomi phones and most Chinese, they could not be friends with my Samsung normally. Regarding HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 for iPhone. Buying Huawei Freebuds 3 for iPhone, I see no reason. There is no application, Apple Airpods with the AAC codec and in the native ecosystem will play more interesting, due to the greater bandwidth of the stream via Bluetooth. As a result, it is cool to listen to HUAWEI FreeBuds 3 on Huawei phones (which Huawei actually wanted), on Xiaomi phones and, apparently, other Chinese.
Design
7.4
Sound
8.7
Price
8
Connectivity
4.2
Battery
5.9
PROS:
  • Wonderful sound. 
  • Great design. 
  • Convenient design of earphones, case and convenient management.
  • Functional. Proprietary application, noise reduction, convenient touch control (customizable).
  • Autonomy 4 + 20 hours.
  • High-quality microphone.
CONS:
  • Proximity sensor or auto-pause when removing the earphone works only with HUAWEI smartphones with firmware 10+. This could be implemented for all smartphones. But HUAWEI is played in Chinese Apple, with its ecosystem, limiting functions on other smartphones, luring users to themselves. For me, this already had the opposite effect ... There is no proprietary application for the iPhone.
  • Active noise cancellation is approximately 80% useless. Suppresses only 20% of noise or almost nothing, if expressed simply. Although on the other hand, this is the first noise suppressor in the liners, which at least somehow suppresses noise.
  • Glossy case and headphone case. Case collects prints well. On the headphones, the prints are almost imperceptible. (In the white version, it is almost not visible on the case).
  • The price of $ 195 is generally reasonable. But if not for these intentional jambs for non-Huawei phones
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- 20% Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones: A Complete Review
  • Totally wireless high-performance earphones in moss
  • Up to 9 hours of listening time (more than 24 hours with charging case)
  • Adjustable, secure-fit ear hooks for lightweight comfort and stability
  • Reinforced design for sweat & water resistance during tough workouts or running
  • Volume & track controls on each earbud, voice capability, and autoplay/pause
  • Features the Apple H1 Headphone Chip and Class 1 Bluetooth for extended range and fewer dropouts
  • Compatible with iOS and Android
  • Enhanced phone call performance and call handling from either earbud
  • With Fast Fuel, a 5-minute charge gives 1.5 hours of playback when the battery is low
  • What's in the box: Powerbeats Pro totally wireless earphones, charging case, ear tips with four size options, Lightning to USB-A charging cable, Quick Start Guide, warranty card
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$249.95 $199.95
The true wireless Powerbeats Pro a big step up for the Apple-owned headphone brand. They have their limitations (see: lack of noise-cancellation, limited noise isolation, and IPX4 rating), but they are most premium workout buds.
Design
7.5
Sound
7.3
Price
7.0
Connectivity
6.9
Battery
7.8
PROS:
  • Easy pairing with iOS
  • Immaculate fit
  • Enjoyable sound
CONS:
  • Case is fairly bulky
  • Limited noise isolation
  • Only IPX4 rated
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Jabra Elite 75t Earbuds: A Complete Review
If you’re not interested in Apple’s AirPods Pro or the similarly expensive Powerbeats Pro, the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds are yet again slotting in as the default alternate pick. There are other options, but none with the same number of upsides. The Jaybird Vistas cost about the same and come in a wonderfully compact carrying case, but they don’t sound as good. Amazon’s Echo Buds are cheaper and have Bose’s noise reduction technology, but they can’t pair with two gadgets at the same time. The competition is only going to grow fiercer over the next few months, so Jabra will have a harder time staying at the top of the pile, but aside from adding active noise cancellation and wireless charging, it doesn’t have much higher to climb  

PROS

CONS

  • More comfortable, smaller design
  • Improved carrying case
  • Good sound quality with thumping bass
  • No active noise cancellation
  • No wireless charging (yet)
  • Controls can get confusing
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If you’re not interested in Apple’s AirPods Pro or the similarly expensive Powerbeats Pro, the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds are yet again slotting in as the default alternate pick. There are other options, but none with the same number of upsides. The Jaybird Vistas cost about the same and come in a wonderfully compact carrying case, but they don’t sound as good. Amazon’s Echo Buds are cheaper and have Bose’s noise reduction technology, but they can’t pair with two gadgets at the same time. The competition is only going to grow fiercer over the next few months, so Jabra will have a harder time staying at the top of the pile, but aside from adding active noise cancellation and wireless charging, it doesn’t have much higher to climb
Design
7.5
Sound
7.1
Price
7.3
Connectivity
8.2
Battery
6.8
PROS:
  • More comfortable, smaller design
  • Improved carrying case
  • Good sound quality with thumping bass
CONS:
  • No active noise cancellation
  • No wireless charging (yet)
  • Controls can get confusing
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- 19% Samsung Galaxy Buds Wireless Headphones: A Complete Review
  • Power up to power on Get up to six hours of battery life with an additional seven hours from the case that doubles as a wireless charger
  • Premium sound Tuned by AKG, an optimized driver offers substantial bass, while a volume driver gives you a wider range of sound
  • Just what you want to hear Control how much surrounding noise you want with Ambient Aware. Quick Ambient Mode lets you hear traffic, flight announcements and coworkers calling out to you
  • Sounds good. Feels good. Galaxy Buds come in three adjustable ear tip and wingtip sizes right from the box
  • Resists water With splash resistant technology, your Galaxy Buds handle splashes, sweat, and spills
  • The Galaxy Buds pairs with both Android and iOS compatible devices via Bluetooth connection. Use with a smartphone and tablet running Android 5. 0 or higher & RAM 1. 5GB above. Automatic sync and Ambient Aware Mode only available for Android; iOS users can use Voice Command/Siri
  • US Version: Comes with Quick Start Guide, and 1 Year Product (information on the retail package).Android 7.1.1 or higher required. Battery Capacity (Earbud):58mAh
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$129.99 $105.00
The highlight is the Galaxy Buds, the most comfortable headset I've ever tested. And not only because it is compact, well-made, works reliably and sits perfectly in your ears. Rather, this is a whole range of advantages, which also includes a convenient touch control system and high-quality software for setting up headphones, seasoned with various cool functions that competitors simply do not have. At the same time, this was the most controversial TWS test in my practice. The main problem of the headphones is the sound that does not open so simply "out of the box" and you need to make some efforts to configure it. But if you get the sound quality acceptable for you from the Galaxy Buds by software, and this is quite realistic, since the headset has a wide range, it will hardly disappoint you during operation. I definitely recommend that you turn your attention to it if you are looking for a solution in the appropriate budget.
Design
7.5
Sound
7.3
Price
7.4
Connectivity
6.8
Battery
7.0
PROS:
  • Long run time
  • Wide functionality
  • Nice design
  • Smooth sound
CONS:
  • Not the most convenient case
  • Not suitable for bass lovers
  • Few iPhone features
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- 24% RHA Trueconnect- True Wireless Earbuds: A Complete Review
  • 5hrs playback from a single charge + 20hr charging case with fast charge (15mins = 2. 5hrs).
  • Sweatproof and water-resistant to IPX5 certification for durable performance.
  • Bluetooth 5 and stem design for exceptional connectivity, digital assistant control & Call quality.
  • Secure fit with comply foam & silicone ear tips designed specifically for True wireless earbuds.
  • 3 year included, when purchased from RHA or directly.
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$169.95 $129.95
RHA TrueConnect - expensive and high-quality fully wireless in-ear headphones with decent bass sound. Thanks to IPX5 protection and a secure fit, they are suitable for training in the gym. The autonomy of 4.5 hours and excellent sound insulation make the model convenient to listen to in any form of public transport.
Design
7.0
Sound
6.5
Price
7.0
Connectivity
7.3
Battery
5.4
PROS:
  • The sound
  • Reliable and comfortable fit in the ear
  • IPX5 protection
  • Autonomy
  • Soundproofing
  • Appearance and assembly
CONS:
  • Marked plastic
  • Lack of support for high-resolution codecs
  • Unstable outdoor connection
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Jaybird Vista True Wireless Bluetooth Sport Waterproof Earbuds: A Complete Review
In general, as I said, Jaybird Vista is a good update to the Run model, with improved sound and some design changes. These are attractive sports headphones that will sit securely in your ears while jogging or with active movements. But in a world where AirPods already cost less than $ 150, the price of Jaybird Vista looks a bit overpriced. We hope that the cost of this model will be slightly reduced, especially in the hot holiday season, when even more fully genuine wireless headphones will appear on the market.  

PROS

CONS

  • Comfortable to wear
  • Lightweight
  • Good sound
  • Fully Waterproof
  • Compact USB-C charging case
  • Price is a bit high
  • No acoustic transparency mode to hear the ambient sound without removing the headphones
 
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In general, as I said, Jaybird Vista is a good update to the Run model, with improved sound and some design changes. These are attractive sports headphones that will sit securely in your ears while jogging or with active movements. But in a world where AirPods already cost less than $ 150, the price of Jaybird Vista looks a bit overpriced. We hope that the cost of this model will be slightly reduced, especially in the hot holiday season, when even more fully genuine wireless headphones will appear on the market.
Design
7.5
Sound
7.2
Price
7.3
Connectivity
7.3
Battery
6.3
PROS:
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Lightweight
  • Good sound
  • Fully Waterproof
  • Compact USB-C charging case
CONS:
  • Price is a bit high
  • No acoustic transparency mode to hear the ambient sound without removing the headphones
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Sennheiser Momentum Free Special Edition: A Complete Review
With the Momentum free model, Sennheiser managed to create not only comfortable but also pretty in-ear headphones. They are comfortable, good to use, and with the right genres of music, they sound just fine. Alas, this does not apply to all the compositions that buyers of such earphones can listen to. And having given a large enough amount of money for such an accessory, I would like to get complete freedom in choosing music. But do not forget that sound is a subjective concept, and here you should rely solely on your own experience.  

PROS

CONS

  • Good materials
  • Nice Design
  • Stable connection with minimal delay
  • AptX support
  • Active noise reduction system
  • Variety of connection methods
  • Sound
  • Autonomy
  • Not all music genres reproduce equally well
  • Price
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With the Momentum free model, Sennheiser managed to create not only comfortable but also pretty in-ear headphones. They are comfortable, good to use, and with the right genres of music, they sound just fine. Alas, this does not apply to all the compositions that buyers of such earphones can listen to. And having given a large enough amount of money for such an accessory, I would like to get complete freedom in choosing music. But do not forget that sound is a subjective concept, and here you should rely solely on your own experience.
Design
6.5
Sound
6.4
Price
6.9
Connectivity
6.7
Battery
4.9
PROS:
  • Good materials
  • Nice Design
  • Stable connection with minimal delay
  • AptX support
  • Active noise reduction system
  • Variety of connection methods
  • Sound
  • Autonomy
CONS:
  • Not all music genres reproduce equally well
  • Price

Compatible with your phone model:

Immediately check your ears. But if you order headphones on the Internet, then the order can turn into a sad ending. And then returns and a solid headache. Although this rarely happens, in order to avoid such an unpleasant situation you should know:

  • The same manufacturer of headphones and phones, it is 100% compatible devices with each other. For example, all Sony headphones are suitable for the Sony Xperia line of phones and also for some models of HTC headphones  and  many headphones from China are not suitable for these smartphones . Especially a lot of trouble with old smartphones. A good half of the models did not fit my Sony Arc S.
  • It is useful to see reviews and specifications in Market for the model you are interested in. There may be important compatibility information.
  • The most prudent option is to take and go to the store and immediately test the model.
  • Headphone incompatibility, in recent times, is becoming less common. Manufacturers produce universal, in terms of compatibility, headphones and smartphones . Nevertheless, unpleasant situations still occur. The easiest way to avoid this is to choose a model from our TOPs of the best headphones for specific smartphones:  Samsung Galaxy ,  iPhone ,  Sony Xperia.

Comfort, Usability, Functionality, etc.

Even the best-sounding headphones for the phone should have a high level of comfort . For vacuum, a set of nozzles (ear pads) for different types of ears is important. Now they are included in almost all models. Full-size models are much more convenient in terms of landing, but more inconvenient in terms of transportation. By convenience for use (usability), it implies the presence of a control panel, microphone, various useful functionality. As well as the location of the remote control and other ergonomics when using the model.

Noise suppression

Noise reduction, for me is the most important component of any headphones. I often go down the subway, and the city is quite noisy . You always want to isolate yourself from the annoying noises of the outside world, and headphones are a great outlet. There is active and passive noise reduction.

  • Passive, these are ear pads and a headphone design that by themselves partially do not miss the sound of the outside world.
  • Active noise cancellation, this is software-cleared sound through the microprocessor of the headphones. It works very efficiently and damps up to 80% of noise.

  1. Vacuum and overhead, have the best passive noise reduction.
  2. In full-size and overhead, an active noise reduction system is often implemented.
  3. Inserts, the worst they can do with noise reduction and you will hear all the noise of the outside world.

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