Finding the best Bluetooth headphones for your needs is not easy, so here we come into play. In this guide we have collected what we believe to be the best wireless headphones, chosen from among all those we have reviewed in recent years.

Best high-end Bluetooth headphones to Buy

We have classified them according to the editorial preferences, presenting in a completely objective way the pros and cons (resulting from our reviews) of every single model.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Best high-end Bluetooth headphones

Even the Bose QuietComfort 35 II  are excellent Bluetooth headsets for efficient noise canceling system  .

They are also the most comfortable ANC Bluetooth headphones currently available. If you travel a lot , and especially with long-haul flights, they will become your best friends ; let’s not forget about Google Assistant.

The  Sony WH-1000XM3  have gestural controls, as well as the ability to automatically adjust the levels of active cancellation according to the environment.

The  Bowers & Wilkins PX  have motion sensors and can switch on, connect and play automatically when they touch their ears. And both offer superior audio performance (not that these Bose sound bad, indeed). In short, the choice varies according to use.

Pros and Cons

  • High-performance ANC technology on the market
  • Comfortable, light and robust
  • Balanced sound, not tiring
  • 20-hour wireless range, 40 with cable
  • Few features compared to the competition
  • Competition sounds better, no aptX

Sony WH-1000XM3

The latest generation of audio codecs ( aptX HD – LDAC ) autonomy beyond expectations and ANC customizable, these are just some of the features that deliver to Sony WH-1000XM3  the distinction of the best Bluetooth headsets  of the moment, so going to outperform the Bose QuietComfort 35 II, but also the already excellent XM2.

Pros and Cons

  • Improved comfort
  • Balanced sound, engaging
  • ANC market leader
  • 30 hours of autonomy, fast recharge
  • Nothing in particular

Bowers & Wilkins PX

The  Bowers & Wilkins PX  are the best wireless headphones for driving sound . They are balanced in the bass, perfect in the mids and with a warm tone in the high (sometimes artificial). In short, over-recommended in the wireless category.

Speaking instead of the active cancellation of external noises, they are not up to the WH-1000XM2 or Bose QC35 II since the PXs only block constant, really efficient noises on airplanes and the like . The autonomy varies according to the level of cancellation of external noises, but is on average around 20 hours .

The price is definitely prohibitive and we only recommend those looking for the best sound output on a Bluetooth device , for those who instead look for advanced features in premium headphones, we can’t help but refer you to the Sony WH-1000XM2.

Pros and Cons

  • Minimal but refined design
  • Sound performance for the price
  • Quality price
  • It is not resistant even to splashes
  • High sour at high volume

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