The best headphones and Bluetooth headsets (2020).

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To listen to your music and make your calls in any mobility, more and more manufacturers are now offering helmets and wireless headphones.

Some of these headsets and Bluetooth headsets are even equipped with NFC technology for pairing faster to your smartphone, and integrate the audio codec aptX to boost the quality of sound transmission.

If you have an iPhone, note that you may not have the codec aptX, but rather of the compression AAC (iTunes and Apple Music). Also note that the NFC chip Apple can only be used for Apple Pay.

The two key disadvantages of the headsets and Bluetooth headsets are a sound less in quality compared to listening to wired, and a battery that it must not be forgotten to reload. There are some who have a range of 20 to 30 hours and others which are limited to 3 hours..

A few helmets from our selection are supplied with a cable, which allows use with devices that are not Bluetooth-enabled.

If you are not ready to cut the cord then take a look at our comparative : the best headphones and headphones and headphones and headphones cheap.

1. Sony WH-1000XM3 .


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The Bluetooth headset WH-1000XM3 Sony offers an experience of noise reduction is absolutely amazing and unmatched. Thanks to its intelligent technology to Sense engine, it is able to adjust the audio according to your situation (walking, travel, waiting). The cpu, meanwhile, you isolate and eliminate any extraneous sound.

Sony retains its sober design that has served well until now, and despite a cup a more narrow, this headset is very comfortable to wear even for long listening.

Add to all this a reliable Bluetooth connection, a battery life of 30 hours and a charge port USB Type-C.

2. Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 .

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1
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In addition to having a price defying any competition, wireless earphones, Cambridge Audio Melomania 1, were not ashamed of their audio performance.

With a feather weight of only 4.6 g, they are comfortable and fit perfectly to your ears for a superb outfit.

Their sound quality is undeniable with good bass, crystal clear voices and an active noise reduction that you’ll enjoy during your calls.

More importantly, their battery has a very good battery life, plan on 9 hours of listening from a single charge and up to 36 hours thanks to their body.

3. SRS TrueConnect .

RHA TrueConnect
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Headphones RHA TrueConnect are the best wireless headphones we’ve tested.

Although they did not feature noise reduction active as on the Sony WF‑1000X, they provide comfort and excellent acoustic insulation.

Add to that 25 hours of battery life thanks to its case load, the seal of its index IPX5 and audio quality of the first order, these headphones are of a superior quality.

4. Bose QC35 II .

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The manufacturer Bose has taken into consideration all the criticisms made on the first generation of its wireless headsets.

With the Bose QC35 II, it is now possible to reduce or disable noise reduction. The wizard Google has also been integrated, which is a real asset of seduction for Android users.

The Bose QC35 II is very comfortable and even though it weighs 310 grams, its weight feels light thanks to its earpads with padded. The sound is superb. The bass, the vocals and instruments are very clear.

If you already have the model of the first generation then you don’t need to buy it.

You want to switch to a higher range ? Then the Bowers and Wilkins PX would be a very good alternative.

5. SRS T20 Wireless .

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SRS T20 are intras with the technology DualCoil, it offers you an immersion amazing with a powerful and deep sound reproduction.

In addition, directly on the bud it is possible to change the filter to add treble or bass, and customize your listening experience.

Ten pairs of earpieces designed with the technology Comply are provided, they allow for a perfect fit in the palm of your ears.

SRS T20 work with the standard aptX and have a battery life of 12 hours. When the battery is exhausted, proceed to the wired connection.

6. Bowers and Wilkins PX .

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For its first Bluetooth headset, Bowers and Wilkins has hit hard ; the PX is, according to our ears, the best of the market.

It is compact and is lighter than the P9 Signature (335 g). As usual, the brand has produced a headset to the sound sublime and very high quality. The PX also provides excellent sound insulation.

The duration of the battery is 22 hours when noise reduction is enabled, and 50 hours when it turned off.

The only flaw was found in Bowers and Wilkins PX is its lack of comfort.

7. Rock Jaw T5 Ultraconnect .

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The T5 Ultraconnect are the first wireless headphones from the brand Rock Jaw. Manufactured from aluminium, they are both durable and aesthetically pleasing.

Also, they are equipped with a neck strap in rubber with the volume controls, which serve also to answer your calls.

The compatibility of the T5 Ultraconnect with Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX offers a better range, and a connection more reliable, making your listening experience more enjoyable.

Three nozzles are provided, they enable you to mitigate or, on the contrary, to intensify your sound depending on your preference or the style of music you listen to.

With a battery life of 8 hours, a functioning to the standards aptX, and audio quality honourable, these wireless headphones are worth it.

8. Divacore NoMad+ .

Ecouteurs sans fil Divacore NoMad+
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If you are looking for an alternative to the AirPods, earphones, Made in France, in-the-ear 100 % wireless for the sport (the daily) then we recommend the NoMad+.

Among their assets, on account of their splendid autonomy in the carrying case that acts as a Power bank (180h), their comfort, their sound balanced, stability of connection made possible by Bluetooth 5.0, and water-resistance.

On their next edition, if there is, we would like to see compatibility with Google Assistant, Alexa, and Siri, have a USB Type-C and a color LED indicating full charge.

Apart from these small details, the NoMad+ are True Wireless who have fully their place in the ears of travelers, sports enthusiasts and all music lovers who want a product in very good price-quality ratio.

Our full test of Nomad+ is here.

9. Bowers and Wilkins FT3 .

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The tips may not be their strong point, but these intras may offer some advantages, such as the stability of their connection and long battery life.

If this style appeals to you, then do not hesitate. Yes, this pair is more expensive than some of its competitors, but you get a design and a manufacturing of very high quality.

We are particularly impressed by the sound quality, but are disappointed that these headphones, although they are aimed at sports users, are not waterproof.

10. Grado GW100 .

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The GW100 de Grado is a Bluetooth headset, open the retro look. It is plastic, which makes it very lightweight and its headband is padded to provide better comfort.

Due to its open design, it has the advantage of giving a neutral sound and powerful. It is equipped with transducers, electrodynamic of 42 mm are of high quality.

Furthermore, despite its simple compatibility with Bluetooth 4.2, it is supported by the standard aptX, which provides an audio reproduction close to that of a CD.

Side autonomy, the GW100 has a battery of 320mAh which allows you to get a dozen hours of listening.