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Remember the days of desperately trying to untangle knotted headphone cords? That is getting further and further away from us.

With the development of Bluetooth technology and improved range, truly wireless headphones are flooding the market like crazy. You no longer need to connect to your smartphone or worry about sacrificing sound quality, the ultimate free listening experience is entering everyone’s life.

Whether you’re looking for exceptional sound or a reliable workout companion, you’ll find the right option here.

Sony WF 1000XM4

Sony is largely responsible for the health of the active noise cancellation market, and with the WF-1000XM4, the company is combining performance, ergonomics and build quality more effectively than ever before. Compared to the older WF-1000XM3, the new wireless headset offers ample quality-of-life features that make it a worthwhile, if more expensive, upgrade.

While some headphones outperform WF-1000XM4 in specific areas (such as active noise cancellation), none still offer such great sound quality to date, making the Sony WF-1000XM4 the best true wireless headphones you can buy.


  • Sensitive, rich, expressive sound
  • Very good call quality
  • Really useful features


  • Battery life is not long enough
  • Not supported aptX

Sony WF 1000XM3

For the last two years, the WF-1000XM3 has been the best true wireless headphones – until the improved WF-1000XM4 came out. However, the older models are still worth considering, especially because you’ll usually find the headphones at extremely attractive discounted prices.

To a certain extent, Sony WF-1000XM3 is able to provide good noise cancellation, which is very good for a pair of earbuds, in addition to satisfactory sound, a simple and stylish design, and a good battery life.


  • Efficient noise reduction
  • Simple and stylish design
  • Great sound

3Melomania 1+, Cambridge, UK
Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 Plus

Cambridge Audiois known for their high-end audio devices and in the last few years the British company has ventured into the realm of true wireless headphones. With great sound quality, their first Melomania 1 became one of the best wireless headphones, but the new Melomania 1+ is a worthy upgrade with audio performance, range and ease of use that surpasses many of its competitors.

In terms of design, while the Melomania 1+ is not much different from the older model, the audio performance offers a significant upgrade, with a level of detail and clarity that rivals even some of the best headphones. Useful appsiOSAndroid, simple operational controls, and excellent connectivity make us like them even more. The only downside is the lack of active noise cancellation, however, when you hear such great sound, it’s likely to be overlooked.


  • Stunning audio performance
  • Great app
  • Easy to control

4Sennheiser CX True Wireless
Sennheiser CX True Wireless

This is the latest wireless earbud from the German audio giant to take the place of the CX 400BT, with a number of nice upgrades such as longer battery life and better wireless connectivity, and at a cheaper price.

The sound quality is exactly what you’d expect from Sennheiser, with a wide soundstage, clear mids, detailed highs and deep bass. The operating controls and included appiOSAndroid are very easy to use, and Bluetooth 5.2 ensures a stable connection to your device. There’s also high-resolution audio support for audiophiles who want to get every detail out of their music.


  • Deep and powerful bass
  • Longer battery life
  • Upgraded wireless connectivity


  • Uncomfortable to wear for small ears
  • No active noise cancellation
  • Larger storage box

Lypertek PurePlay Z3

The Lypertek PurePlay Z3, formerly known as the Lypertek Tevi, is one of the best true wireless earbuds we’ve ever tried, especially considering the low price tag. With water and sweat resistance, USB-C charging, balanced sound, and a long battery life, all your requirements are met.

The most satisfying aspect is that the sound quality is significantly above normal compared to the weight of the headphones themselves, and is comparable to some of the biggest audio brands.


  • Incredible value for money
  • Neutral audiophile-like sound
  • Long life span

Grado GT220

In theory, the GT220 seems to have fulfilled their mission, small, monotonous true wireless in-ear headphones with no active noise cancellation or control apps.

But with absolute confidence and assurance, the GT220 are way ahead of most true wireless products on the market today. They take every piece of information from your favorite music digital files and deliver it in an authoritative, complete and coherent way that’s fresh when you encounter it again, even if you’ve heard it a thousand times before.


  • Impressive sound in every way
  • Responsive touch and voice control
  • Small, lightweight and comfortable

7Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless II
Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

Momentum True Wireless 2 generation is excellent in terms of sound quality, design, and battery life, which is Sony a great alternative to the WF-1000XM3, especially if you prefer the gorgeous design look.

Smaller ears may feel a little uncomfortable wearing them, but nonetheless, the only thing stopping these headphones from topping the list is the high price. On top of that, wearing the Momentum 2 into a quiet environment is nothing short of sacrilege — you get unbeatable looks, and amazing sound, while enjoying excellent noise cancellation.


  • Incredible sound
  • Stylish and exquisite design
  • High resolution audio support

Bowers Wilkins PI7

The sky-high price of the Bowers & Wilkins PI7 , the style-more-than-substance control appiOSAndroid, the incomplete touch control suite, the monotonous active noise cancellation, the uncompetitive battery life – it all sounds incredible.

However, this product still earns our five-star rating because they don’t compromise on the most important thing — a truly enjoyable listening experience and with a charging case that doubles as an audio transponder, these are truly wireless earbuds like no other.


  • Incredible sound
  • Smart Charging Box


  • More expensive than competitors
  • The endurance time needs to be improved

9Bose QuietComfort Wireless Noise Canceling Earbuds
Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

This is Bose ‘s second attempt at true wireless headphones, and the QuietComfort Earbuds are better than the SoundSport Free from a few years ago, with not only a better looking design, but exemplary noise cancellation. The sound quality is also top notch — although the bass is slightly shallow compared to the Sony, with excellent clarity. The earbuds are a bit bulky in size, but they are very comfortable and solid to wear.


  • First-class noise cancellation
  • Rich, clear sound
  • Stable and comfortable wearing experience
  • Wireless Charging


  • Lack of onboard volume control
  • Bulky charging box

Klipsch T5

The Klipsch T5 has the ability to compete with the best true wireless earbuds — in fact, we think it’s one of the best models out there, and you’ll get great sound, high-quality build quality, long-lasting battery life, and a cool storage case.

Both earbuds have the signature Klipsch sound that sounds warm, clear and unobtrusive. Acoustic music is rich and detailed, and the highs are well defined, and the headphones can work in a higher range without making unusual noise. Battery life is 8 hours, and the charging case provides an additional 24 hours — not bad at all.


  • High quality manufacturing process
  • Warm and delicate sound
  • Excellent battery life


  • Deep fit may be uncomfortable

Apple AirPods Pro

Compared to the original AirPods , these noise-cancelling AirPods Pro offer a better fit and improved design. However, the steep price tag prevents it from being called the best true wireless headphones — but for the Apple faithful, this may be the best option.

The perfectly fitting earbuds deliver great sound, the extra microphone provides great noise cancellation (especially when commuting), plus there’s a transparent mode to block outside sound from entering. Apparently there is a new AirPods model that will be added to AirPods Pro Lite is rumored to be a new, cheaper variant of Apple’s most popular true wireless headphones that could be released this year.


  • Good noise reduction function
  • Better fit than previous generation AirPods


  • More expensive than better competitors

Beats Studio Buds

Beats Studio Buds are a rock-solid pair of true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation and support for Apple’s Dolby Atmos format. The headphones sound great, have vivid sound quality, enhance the high and low frequencies of music, and feel very comfortable to wear for long periods of time.

But they are not without their drawbacks, most notably poor call quality and the lack of H1 wireless chip. Battery life with active noise cancellation or transparent mode on is slightly shorter at 5 hours ( 15 hours with charging case), and the noise cancellation on these headphones isn’t exactly leading the way.


  • Excellent sound quality
  • Comfortable to wear


  • Active noise reduction is not completely ahead
  • Poor call quality

Jabra Elite 85t

Despite the slightly bulky design of the Elite Active 75t, Jabra is not about to make cuts and the Elite 85t delivers impressive overall performance with excellent audio quality, effective noise cancellation and a decent battery life.

Sound quality has been greatly improved thanks to the new 12 mm built-in drivers, which are twice the size of 75t , providing a wider, more balanced soundstage, plus deeper bass, they add more depth to your favorite music.


  • Adjustable active noise cancellation
  • Elegant design


  • Much larger than 75t
  • The fit is not perfect

Beats Powerbeats Pro

The wireless headphones from Beats are exceptional, comfortable to wear, sound good and never seem to fall out. AirPods Pro are out there — maybe not the best true wireless earbuds in Apple’s audio library, but they’re the best quality in the world of running headphones and the ones we recommend to most fitness enthusiasts model.

This is thanks to features such as decompression micro laser air pressure vents, a long battery life and good sound quality. But if we have to wear the headphones at home, in the office or at the gym and have to choose between the original AirPods , Beats Powerbeats Pro is the answer.


  • Easy pairing with iOS
  • Perfect fit


  • The storage box is quite bulky
  • Limited noise isolation

15Microsoft Surface Earbuds
Microsoft Surface Earbuds

In terms of features, this product covers most of what we expect from a quality headset: an adjustable equalizer for app-basediOSAndroid, aptX Bluetooth connectivity, responsive touch controls. In addition, these headphones work with all of Microsoft’s hardware and software lineup. However, there is no active noise cancellation here, and the way the headphones are worn means you can hear ambient sound.

The sound is provided by relatively large full-range drivers, but of course, other parameters are not small: 25 mm diameter, 7.2 grams weight, and a less than refined charging case. Nevertheless, the headphones remain comfortable and solid for hours in situ, even during light exercise, and the four fixation points help way off.

Overall, the Surface Earbuds are a popular addition to the growing list of true wireless headphones, and while the unique look certainly won’t win everyone over, Microsoft didn’t skimp on two important aspects: functionality and sound quality.


  • Subtle, expressive sound
  • Comfortable and secure fit


  • Different design
  • The battery life is not first class

Earfun Air Pro

Among the large number of similarly priced products on the market, the Earfun Air Pro stands out for its excellent design and great sound quality, and performs extremely well in almost every other area. If it weren’t for the slightly cumbersome gesture controls and — at least in our testing experience — the somewhat uncomfortable wearing experience, this product would immediately earn our wholehearted recommendation.


  • Pleasant audio balance
  • Effective noise cancellation


  • No applications for EQ tuning
  • The storage box is a bit bulky

Sennheiser CX 400BT

With Momentum True Wireless II, Sennheiser has established itself as a high-end true wireless leader, and now they’re turning their attention to the less scarce territory that Apple, Microsoft, Sony and all the others are vying for, and the CX400BT is affordable and well positioned to get in on the action.

The headset features aptX Bluetooth connectivity for SBC and AAC codecs. You get app-based EQ adjustments, responsive touch controls (customizable in the app), and the ability to use Google Assistantor Siri.


  • Wide, detail-filled sound
  • Great app
  • Good touch control


  • The treble is not rich enough
  • The endurance time is relatively ordinary

Jaybird Vista

It’s one of the best true wireless headphones available — and it’s not hard to see why, with a sleek, compact design and features designed specifically for athletes that will also appeal to the less loyal fitness enthusiasts among us.

Following in the footsteps of Jaybird Run and Run XT, Jaybird Vista is a highly compact fitness earbud with water and sweat resistance to handle all levels of indoor and outdoor workouts. As a truly wireless headset, you won’t find any cables that cause obstruction.


  • Instant connection
  • Quality Sound
  • IPX7 Waterproof

B O Beoplay E8 2.0

The B&O Beoplay E8 2.0 is the most beautiful looking and expensive true wireless headset, with undeniably great audio quality, and you can adjust the sound to your liking using the included appiOSAndroid.

Even without ToneTouch, the E8 2.0 sound is clear and dynamic with powerful bass frequencies, however, there is no noise cancellation at this price point. If one of the main reasons you need a new pair of headphones is for exercise or running, then it may be worth considering E8 2.0 a sports-friendly alternative to Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 Sport, a stylish pair of headphones that deliver bright sound and are sweatproof.


  • Good audio quality
  • Excellent design appearance
  • Easy to set up

Audio Technica ATH CKS5TW

The ATH-CKS5TW has a longer range, better bass enhancement than Audio-Technica’s usual neutral sound, and the most complete and comprehensive sound profile we’ve seen in true wireless up to this point, except for a somewhat disappointing wearing fit.

Of course, everyone’s preferred earbud style and ear size may vary, but all will find that over time, the overly cumbersome storage case can get tiresome. Nonetheless, with the excellent sound quality, this is still a worthwhile trade-off.


  • Sounds good.
  • Long life span


  • More heavy
  • Cumbersome storage box

Sony WF SP800N

Sony’s newest WF-SP800N is a triple threat: protected to IP55 with sweat and dust resistance, but also perfect for commuters because the headphones have active noise cancellation built in — a rarity for workout earbuds — and on top of that, these true wireless headphones perfectly support Sony’s spatial audio format ( 360 Reality Audio), so they’re also perfect for demanding music lovers.

However, they can be a bit uncomfortable to wear for extended periods of time and the bass is a bit muddy depending on our preferences. Still, these headphones are well worth a try.


  • Basic noise cancellation
  • Waterproof and sweatproof
  • Support 360 Reality Audio


  • Feels tight in the ear

22Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro

Samsung’s newest true wireless headset is a big step up from Galaxy Buds Live. With multi-point pairing and spatial audio support, Galaxy Buds Pro delivers better sound and microphone quality.

Sure, you won’t get the same level of noise cancellation as with headphones, nor the perfect sound quality of some of the other high-end models on this list, but for the affordable price, this is a good competitor and deserves a place on the list of the best wireless headphones.


  • IPX7 rated waterproof
  • Basic noise cancellation
  • Simple touch control


  • Flat, narrow sound
  • No Support for Google Assistant/Siri