Wireless Headphones

Once upon a time, headphones were considered to be big, clunky and an alternative when you had to watch movies or television shows late at night. But since the advent of the now-obsolete Walkman, headphones have become an indispensible part of human life. Read buying guide

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    $44.02 $50.45 -13%
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  • Samsung Galaxy Buds (2019) True Wireless In-Ear Headphones - White - Bluetooth 5.0, Wireless + USB Type-C charging, tuned by AKG, fast charge, Android + iOS compatible
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Buying guide


A new look on headphones

From ‘stay at home’ accessories, these headphones have transformed into slim accessories, which can inject high quality music right into your ears while cancelling the noise from the outside. With your pair of headphones, you can listen to your favourite music as you work out or go for a jog or even travel to work. There are thousands of headphone models available in the online market and you should know what you need to choose.

 

Choosing your headphones

 

Choose between one of the four types of headphones

The first point to consider is the type of headphones you want. There are essentially 4 types of headphones to pick in the market offer:

 


  • Over the ear headphones
    – these are large headphones that cover your ears completely. These headphones are excellent at producing exceptional sound by cancelling any surrounding noise.

     

    On-ear headphones – these headphones are, to an extent, similar to over the ear headphones, but they don’t enclose your ears. They are placed on the outer portion of your ears and are held in place with an elastic headband. The fidelity is high, but surrounding noise cannot be totally cancelled.

     

    In-ear headphones – these headphones fit into your ear canals. These are custom-made headphones that are especially loved by those interested in sports. The fidelity is exceptionally high and the quality of sound of the top models is generally better than the one of on-ear headphones.

     

    Earbud headphones – these are the cheapest headphones and they are designed to fit loosely into your ears. The quality of sound is not the greatest, but these headphones can be used with a variety of devices.

 

Consider noise cancelling headphones for pure music

If you need to use your headphones in an area where there is a lot of noise, you need to look for headphones that have the noise cancelling feature. The big benefit of these headphones is that your ears are less strained to catch on to the music and the amount of music detailing offered by these headphones is unmatched.

 

Choose Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to get rid of those annoying wires

If you feel annoyed with wires, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi headphones are what you need. The former is especially useful when you are out of home. The music player can reside in your pocket and the headphone will connect to it through Bluetooth. Wi-Fi headphones are useful inside your home where you can roam all over with the headphones tucked over or inside your ears.

 

Don’t go overboard with the headphones brands

Remember that brand isn’t all when it comes to you buying your headphones. There are economically priced headphones and there are the expensive headphones. Spending a lot on headphones doesn’t guarantee the best sound. Though the most wanted brands often offer top quality products in their speciality, the prices ranges don't always mean a thing. 

 

Show your style with your headphones

If you care about design, then there are some headphones that are designed specifically for you. These headphones may even be considered slightly eccentric, but they allow you to get all the attention you want.

 

Fix your budget and stick to it

When you are planning to buy headphones, you should first set up a budget for it. This is because you will invariably end up spending more as you browse through the various headphones models. Remember that there is always a great model available within your budget and you should stick to it.

 

Which headphones for which use?

 

If you love the feeling of your headphones over your ears and completely covering them, you have to opt for one of the over the ear headphones. These headphones not only produce the best quality music, but they also help you keep warm as you go out jogging on a cold winter morning. Bose QuietComfort 25 and Bose QuietComfort 15 are a couple of excellent options in this category of headphones. Sennheiser also produces some of the best headphones in this category.

 

If you are at home and don’t want your headphones to make you feel you are wearing them, earbud headphones are excellent options. Plantronics BackBeat GO 2 headphones should suffice in this case. These headphones are extremely small in size and they fit inside your ears rather comfortably.

 

On-ear headphones are ideal for you when you don’t want your headphones to cover your ears or have wires dangling by your sides. These headphones are held in place by bands that can either be worn like headbands or go around your neck. One of the best headphones in this category is the Plantronics BackBeat FIT.

 

If you stay in a home that has thin walls and the acoustics is not the best in the world, you must consider Wi-Fi headphones. The big benefit of these headphones is that they can connect with a Wi-Fi device and play music online. You could be roaming all over your home with these headphones on you and listen to the kind of music you love.

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