Best Wireless Headphones – Comprehensive Guide 2019

The wireless industry have been with us for a couple of years now. We have wireless keyboards, wireless mice, wireless everything. We all hate wires. Sometime soon, wireless is going to be a standard in everything, and we don’t think it’s far away. This is why we decided to review the best wireless headphones that you can get in 2019. How many times have you been sitting on your chair, and while you try to pick something that you just dropped you feel something pulling you back? It’s annoying in it? Here you go; you’re welcome.

Top 5 Best Wireless (Bluetooth) Headphones 2019

According to us, these are the best 5 headphones for this year. Have a look:

1. Bose QC35

Ideal for those who are looking for the best noise cancelling and most comfortable wireless headphones.

The Bose QC35 are the best headphones out there, for various reasons. QR stands for Quite Comfort, and their name couldn’t have been more accurate; they are the best noise cancelling headphones and yet very comfortable.

bose 1c35 - best wireless headphones

2. Beats Studio

Ideal for those who are looking for the most super cool wireless headphones.

These are the most cool and stylish wireless headphones out there! Besides, these headphones are also equipped with the ANC (Adaptive Noise Cancelling) so you can put the world on mute even when you are not listening to your favourite playlist. The cushioned headband makes them also very comfortable (although not as comfortable as the Bose QC35). If you want to impress your office buddies while listening to music, Beats Studio are the perfect answer.

beats studio wireless - stylish wireless headphones

3. Sennheiser PXC 550 Travel

Ideal for those who are looking for the best sound quality and on the go wireless headphones.

Probably the best headphone brand out there, Sennheiser. These amazing headphones from this company are very light which makes them ideal for portability (hence the name Travel). They also comes in with very cool functions and features, for example if you turn ear cups flat, they switch off automatically. They also auto-pair with your smartphone and they can remember up to two devices.

Noise cancelling is very close to the Bose QC35, but in our opinion the Bose QC35 are still winners when it comes to noise cancelling. However when it comes to sound these will take the 1st position; sound is more dimensional and bass is more musical and smoother.

PXC 550 WIRELESS - best travel headphones

4. Sony 1000X

Ideal for those who are looking for the best sound quality wireless headphones while also being VERY practical.

These are the all new 1000X Noise Cancelling Bluetooth headphones. With their amazing sound they give Bose and Sennheiser very good competition! They give up to 20 hours playtime if you’re running both bluetooth and noise cancelling, which is pretty amazing.

The left ear cup has a number of buttons which all serve a different feature, such as turning on/off the noise cancelling. They also have this cool feature which lets noise cancelling pass voice sound but will stop other ambient noise, this feature makes them ideal to have a conversation with someone without having to remove your headphones.

Want another cool feature? Cover your right ear cup and it will also automatically let voices through! It’s amazing how much effort Sony put in these headphones to make them practical.

Again, seems that no one can beat the Bose QC35 when it comes to Noise-Cancelling! Although the Sony 1000X noise-cancelling is close to perfect, we still prefer the Bose when it comes to it. However if we talk about sound quality, then Sony 1000X wins big time. They just sound amazing, so if you prioritise sound quality over noise cancelling, go for this Sony 1000X or Sennheiser PXC550.


5. Bose SoundLink Headphones II

Ideal for those who want Wireless Headphones that are not extremely expensive.

These amazing headphones from Bose are ideal if you are looking for wireless headphones but at the same time you don’t want to spend too much money.

Bose did a great job with the sound quality on the SoundLink Headphones II. Having said that, they cannot be compared with the above four options when it comes to audio quality.

Battery life is approx. 15 hours which compares well with other competitors.

bose soundlink II - most worth it wireless headphones

Before we start, let’s get one thing straight. You searched for ‘best wireless headphones for 2019’, let’s break this search term down. By ‘best’ you meant nicest, best sound quality, or most comfortable ones? We are asking you this question to show you that the best headphones for you, might not be the best wireless headphones for someone else. So what we did is that we searched all headphones, and picked the best one for each category (style, audio, noise cancelling, comfort and practicality).

So which one should you buy?

Obviously a common advantage that we didn’t mention in each product review is the wireless, as all of these headphones are. So whichever one you pick, you can enjoy the amazing comfort of moving around with no strings attached, literally.

It all depends on your personal taste and what is on your priority list. If you want style and great music, go for the Bests Studio, if you want comfort and noise cancelling go for the Bose QC35, if you want the best audio out there go for the Sony 1000X or the Sennheiser PXC550. Last but not least, if you want wireless bluetooth headphones with good sound quality but you don’t want to spend too much money, go for the Bose SoundLink II.

Mind you, none of these headphones are cheap. However if you get any set mentioned above, you don’t need to look at any other headphones for a long time, so in the long run it’s worth it spending some money i.e. consider these as an investment! We hope that our guide made your choice very easy depending on what your needs and tastes are, enjoy listening to music wirelessly.

One Reply to “Best Wireless Headphones – Comprehensive Guide 2019”

  1. Can’t agree more! Bought the beats studio 2 weeks ago because they looked awesome, but they are nothing in comparison with the sound quality of the Bose QC35. The bad thing is that in most stores the Beats studio were not available to listen so I had to gamble that the sound quality was good! Its not that bad but like I said the Bose QC35 sound better.

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