Getting a wireless headphone without ditching some features, whether the sound quality, battery life or price seems to be a rare commodity. However, there are some headphones with greater pros than cons than you might imagine. So we’ve got a list of some of the cheapest and higher-end headphones for your needs.

• Sony WH-1000XM2

Giving the Sony WH-1000XM2 a shot can only be a great idea, especially if noise-cancellation and strong battery life are top on your priority list. Its 30hours battery life comes as a remarkable upgrade to its MDR-1000X predecessor which only lasts a paltry 20hrs. Considering its relatively friendly price and noise-cancellation features, it’s a wireless headphone you’ll want to add to your collection of accessories.

• Sennheiser HD 4.40

 

Going for about $140, the Sennheiser HD 4.40 wireless headphone is another option you can consider for superb quality and features without hurting your wallet. If you want some more upgrade, then getting the Sennheiser’s HD-1 headphone which sells for around $400 could be yet another amazing option. With design and sound quality upgrades, the popularity of Sennheiser’s line of wireless headphones may not wane anytime soon.

• Jabra’s Move Wireless Headset

 

A top pick for many headphone users, Jabra’s Move Wireless Headset is a great wireless headphone, and it is also one of the cheapest you can get. Although it may be leagues behind other high-end headphones when sound quality is considered, it is considered to be almost 75% as good and matching this with its price makes it a good buy, especially if you are on a budget.

• Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Its noise cancellation feature makes Bose’s line of earphones among the best out there. Although bringing only minimal upgrades when compared with its predecessor, the Bose QuietComfort 35 II brings great audio quality and noise cancellation. It is slightly behind Sony headphones in sound quality, according to some users. However, it seems to get the nod when noise-cancellation effects are brought into play.

• V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless

If budgeting over $300 isn’t a problem for your wireless headphone needs, then the V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless pair of headphones comes across as another decent buy. It has a great design and larger battery, making it slightly heavier than other brands.

• Noontec Zoro II Wireless

The Noontec Zoro II Wireless headphone is great value for money considering it’s around the $100 price tag. It may not be a decent pick for everybody as it is not very popular, but this wireless headphone may be your perfect match if its sound capabilities meet your demand.

• Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless

 

Another pricey wireless headphone which sells for about $300, the Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless headphone is a high-end piece that commands great sound effects and many of the perks you may desire, barring active noise cancellation. So if this is not a problem, you can give it a try after considering your options. Or you can alternatively go for the brand’s latest PX headphones.

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