Wireless Earbuds Review

Wireless earbuds are a great way to stay connected to your cell phone while still enjoying your music. They are easy to use and come with a number of options to help you find the best earbuds to suit your needs.

Bluetooth earbuds

When choosing Bluetooth earbuds, it's important to choose ones that are dependable and offer a solid fit. There are a number of factors that can affect your decision, such as battery life, noise-cancelling features, earbud size, and the price.

The Panasonic Technics EAH-AZ60 wireless earbuds have a high-quality, well-balanced sound. They're IPX4 splash-proof and have a decent range of volume adjustments. However, the buds don't have the premium feel of the EAH-AZ70W. This could be an issue if you're using them for a lot of outdoor activities.

While they aren't as good at blocking out bass-range noise, the Sony WF-1000XM4 earbuds provide dynamic sound. They also have a multipoint Bluetooth pairing feature, so you can pair your buds with two devices at once. These buds also have excellent voice-call performance.

The Jabra Elite 75t series of headphones has been around for some time, and have some unique features. These buds are a step up from the original models, thanks to their new MultiSensor Voice technology. It includes intelligent algorithms, a bone-conduction sensor, and four microphones.

The Spirit X2 headphones feature a bass-up mode, AptX codec support, and in-line controls. They also have clear vocals and defined treble. However, their IP rating is lower than the X2, and they don't have wireless charging.

Wireless sport earbuds

A good pair of wireless sport earbuds should offer a secure fit, water resistance, and the ability to handle sweat. They should also be lightweight and provide plenty of battery life. While it's true that they aren't suitable for working out, they can be useful for day-to-day listening.

The TW-ES5A sports earbuds stir the body with dynamic sound. Their secure yet comfortable design makes them easy to use. And they can even be washed with water.

RUSH sport earbuds feature 9mm drivers, a built-in mic, and a water-resistant rating. You can use these buds for both indoor and outdoor exercises. Plus, they have a BT 4.2 connection for a stable connection. Despite the slick design, they're actually quite compact.

JLab Epic Air Sport ANC (2nd Gen) are for the budget conscious exerciser. This pair of headphones has excellent battery life and a lively, punchy sound. However, their performance falls behind other market leaders.

Under Armour True Wireless Flash X sport earbuds are designed for intense workouts. These earbuds have a waterproof build and come with a charging case. Even though they're water-resistant, they're still lightweight and have a swiveling ear hook to allow you to fit them in a small charging case.

UA Sport Flex Fit tips give you a secure, comfortable fit. They're also sweat-resistant, which means you can use them outdoors for extended periods of time.

Top in-ear headphone

The Sony MDR-XB90 wireless earbuds are perfect for the gym or for anyone looking for wireless earbuds that deliver a quality audio experience. They also have good build quality, a robust wireless signal, and are weather resistant.

These aren't the best earbuds out there, but they're a nice budget option. They feature an IPX7 water ingress protection and are a solid fit, but they have some flaws.

They lack a few of the other features that we've found in our top picks, including a wireless charging case. Their charging case is heavy and won't fit in most pockets. Besides, the headphones have a single button to control volume and play/pause, not a full-blown remote.

Another issue is the fact that the battery life is disappointing. It's about five hours, which is not that long. However, these earbuds are comfortable and provide decent noise cancellation. In addition, they have a handy find-your-earbuds feature.

The Apple AirPods are a very nice, wireless pair of earbuds. The sound quality is good, and the controls are intuitive. But they don't have many other useful features.

The Philips Fidelio T1 is a hefty pair of earbuds. But, they do have some nice features, like the ability to customize your noise cancelling settings. You can even use the microphones to cancel out loud noises without impacting your voice.

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