It’s hard to narrow things down to the best of the best when it comes to the best headphones, particularly because there’s an endless number of great options available, and it’s impossible to review every single model on the planet. We prefer to concentrate on wireless headphones, and true wireless in particular, over the past few years.
Apple’s AirPods have been extremely successful, but this list of best headphones also includes on-ear versions, over-ear headphones, noise cancellation headphones, and even some more affordable headphones for those that don’t want to drop a lot of cash to get maximum comfort and great sound.
Best Headphones Of 2020
Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus
The sound of these headphones is fantastic. With deep, well-defined bass, it’s thorough and smooth. The tone is richer and roomier than the original Galaxy Buds. Behind the audio lies the well-respected Austrian audio company AKG, which Samsung acquired when it bought Harman.
Although AKG also tuned the original Buds, this is a good improvement over the originals and right there with what you get with the Jabra Elite 75t, if not even better touch. They use Bluetooth 5.0, which is similar to aptX but exclusive to Samsung Galaxy phones, and support for AAC and Samsung’s scalable codec.
Jabra Elite 75t
The smaller size of the Elite 75t, its increased battery life, and USB-C charging are major improvements. And then there are the minor improvements that make it easier to open and close and to hold the buds inside, like the current charging case concept with magnets inside it.
Although the Elite 75t is not as easy to wear as the AirPods Pro and does not have active noise cancellation, it sounds better for listening to your music, as long as you get a close seal, with the clearer overall sound and better bass definition.
Although this pair of headphones is not inexpensive, they are the best wireless earbuds at this price in terms of sound quality, matching, and maybe even beat the quality and efficiency of Sennheiser, Beats, Master & Dynamic, and Bang & Olufsen’s pricier competitors.
It also has a functionality that doesn’t have those wireless earbuds: to minimize ambient noise, active noise-cancellation technology. For making calls, it isn’t stellar and the earbuds are not rated as sweatproof or waterproof. That said without a problem, I used them for light workouts with a little bit of sweat at the gym.
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