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WHAT IS THE BEST WIRELESS HEADPHONE?

I have the Sennheiser 180 wireless headphones, which are quite good, but I think there is probably something better out there.

Would anyone like to give me their opinion on the best-sounding wireless headphones?

I mostly listen to my Vandersteen Treo speakers, but after the wife goes to bed I need to use headphones so she is not blasted out of bed...lol.

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Wireless how? Bluetooth, or

Wireless how? Bluetooth, or a proprietary communication?

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dalethorn wrote:

Wireless how? Bluetooth, or a proprietary communication?

Not Bluetooth; just a base unit that trnsmits to the headphones, like Sennheiser does with its RS 170/180/190 series.

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commsysman wrote:
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Not Bluetooth; just a base unit that trnsmits to the headphones, like Sennheiser does with its RS 170/180/190 series.

My gurus for that are at hifiheadphonesUK, and unless I missed something, the Sennheisers are still the best.

If it were me and it were possible to do, I'd get some kind of Bluetooth transmitter to work with my system, and then use a Bluetooth headphone.

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hey guys,

hey guys,
i am searching for some new wireless/bluetooth headphones. At the moment i am using the headphones from taotronic but im not very happy with them. The sound is not quite good....i only bought them because i wanted to use them for sports. Can you recommend me any new headphones? i want to use them for running for the most of time so it would be good if they have a good wearing comfort. thx guys

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xCooNxHD wrote:
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hey guys,
i am searching for some new wireless/bluetooth headphones. At the moment i am using the headphones from taotronic but im not very happy with them. The sound is not quite good....i only bought them because i wanted to use them for sports. Can you recommend me any new headphones? i want to use them for running for the most of time so it would be good if they have a good wearing comfort. thx guys

When you don't need the best fidelity like they sell here, you can try headfonia dot com or hifiheadphones.co.uk, who sell and review the variety used for running.

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InnerFidelity's "Wall of Fame" Wireless
commsysman wrote:

I have the Sennheiser 180 wireless headphones, which are quite good, but I think there is probably something better out there.

Would anyone like to give me their opinion on the best-sounding wireless headphones?

I mostly listen to my Vandersteen Treo speakers, but after the wife goes to bed I need to use headphones so she is not blasted out of bed...lol.

I don't audition very many wireless sets (and of the ones I have, none that I would recommend), but here is a list:
https://www.innerfidelity.com/content/innerfidelitys-wall-fame-wireless

If measurements are your thing, the links to the full reviews usually include them.

Enjoy.

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I have seen Bose QuietComfort 35
is the best wireless headphone. These wireless headphones are just as popular among its users.
The soundstage is incredible, and so is the instrument separation. As for bass. These headphones are Bluetooth, and NFC powered. I recommend to you use Bose QuietComfort 35.

Unlike many Bluetooth headphones that sound about the same in Bluetooth mode or passive mode (electronics OFF), the QC-35 sounds much worse in passive mode. Why? Because the "good" sound in Bluetooth and Noise Cancel modes is provided by electronic equalization, not by good earcup design like other headphones.

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Sony WF1000X/NM1

I got these for Christmas and specifically requested them because of a tremendous review from WhatHiFI. They are comfortable, have no connecting wire and sound very, very good. There is an app that allows you to switch noise canceling on and has several DSPs if you like that sort of thing. The charging case is actually made of metal and seems pretty darn sturdy.

Check out the review here:

https://www.whathifi.com/sony/wf-1000x/review

I am planning on doing some critical listening comparing them to my wired ThinkSound On1s and just haven't got to it yet. My initial reaction is very favorable and for a wireless, noise canceling, ultra-portable earbud with no connecting wire my hunch is they will be tough to beat.

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Why don't you try Audio

Why don't you try Audio-Technica DSR9BT? This is a bit expensive and you can go for it, if the budget is wide open. And, if your budget is less, then Panasonic RP-HD605N would be better. Merry Christmas by team Essays Chief.

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The Naenka headphones I am

The Naenka headphones I am currently using are not bad.

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