- Epos Sennheiser GSP 670
- Sony WH-1000XM4
- Philips PH805BK
The convenience of wireless headphones is one of the best things to come of the improvements to wireless technology in recent years. Not only have the performance issues that early models suffered from have all been resolved, but battery life, sound quality and more have all improved considerably.
The result is a huge selection of wireless headphones for all sorts of purposes, from gaming to voice calls and more. We’ve gone and selected some of the best headsets in the market – if you’re looking for a wireless headset, you can’t go wrong with these!
- Noise Cancelling
- 30-hour battery life
- Black and silver versions
- 30 metre wireless range
- 40mm drivers
The Sony WH1000XM4 is one of the best wireless headphones you can buy if you are looking for a Bluetooth headset that has noise cancellation as well. With an incredibly accurate ANC feature, silence has never sounded better – and naturally, the headset’s sound itself is also top-tier.
Boasting a quick charge feature where about 10 minutes of charging are enough for up to 5 hours of listening, it’s pretty easy to see why this headset is at the top of our list. It even boasts multi-device capability, allowing it to connect to two devices via Bluetooth at the same time (rather than having to manually switch every time). These Sony headphones also boast a smart listening and wearing detection feature that an tell whether a headset is being worn or around someone’s neck for example. Small convenience features like that really make this device stand out in its price class.
- Active noise cancelling
- 20-hour battery life
- Black, silver, navy and white/copper versions
- 100m wireless range
- Touch controls
The Bose 700 is one of the more expensive wireless headsets you can buy, and it offers plenty of features for it. While the price tag will definitely turn off a lot of potential buyers, the sheer amount of features might change your mind. Not only do the headsets boast advanced swipe and touch controls, they also offer some of the best noise cancelling in the industry.
The battery life is decent if not as great as it could be, but on the plus side the headset has a remarkably good mic for this type of headphones. With very little noise leakage and the sort of build quality you’d expect from Bose, this headset is absolutely worth the (admittedly huge) price tag.
- Bluetooth 5 connection
- 30-hour battery life
- 10m range
This Philips headset offers much of what the others on the list offer, but for significantly less money. Frequently available for less than $100 on sale, this headset boasts most of the features that users want out of wireless headsets – solid battery life, great sound, and decent noise cancellation. That at least can’t really compare to higher-priced headsets, but if it’s not a priority or you just want to try the feature, the PH805 is a great option.
Rather than going for extravagant gimmicks or features, the PH805 focuses on the essentials – comfort, good sound, and battery life. For the price, you’ll struggle to find a better headset at the moment.
- USB audio station
- 18-hour battery life
- Detachable mic
- Bluetooth and wireless adapter connection
- Unique shape and design
This huge gaming headset is one of the better ones gamers could go for. While brands like HyperX are more known for their gaming headsets than, for example, Sennheiser, this behemoth still has everything a gamer could want, including incredible sound quality and crucial wearing comfort over extended periods of time.
The design is anything but space-saving and that’s not the point either – it’s all about incredible sound quality, and comfort when you sit at your desk and play. That said the headset absolutely supports phone calls as well as regular PC and game audio, and can seamlessly switch between them, so there are few reasons to take the headset off mid-game session.
These are our top choices for wireless headsets with noise cancelling functions. Passive NC is a great thing in over-ear headphones, but ANC can be truly revolutionary in day-to-day life. Of course, it still won’t do you any good without good battery life and plenty of wearing comfort, which is how we decided which headsets to put on this list.
Did we miss some hidden gem or did you decide to get a different wireless headset? Let us know why!