Top 5 Wireless Headphones Available in the UK



How long have you been dealing with metres and metres of wires and cables getting in the way of your tech? Too long, probably. Headphones have been around for nearly four decades, but people are only just seeing the benefits of wireless headphones. While there have been some cable-free cans on the market for a while, they have often been lacking in sound quality. However, thanks to advancements in technology, it’s now possible to listen to your favourite tunes with crystal clear quality.

How long have you been dealing with metres and metres of wires and cables getting in the way of your tech? Too long, probably.

                            

Headphones have been around for nearly four decades, but people are only just seeing the benefits of wireless headphones.

 

While there have been some cable-free cans on the market for a while, they have often been lacking in sound quality. However, thanks to advancements in technology, it's now possible to listen to your favourite tunes with crystal clear quality.

 

Bluetooth wireless stereo audio has come a long way as headphone manufacturers have managed to find ways to compensate for the compressed data signal. Even audiophiles will struggle to notice a difference these days.

 

So, whether you just want a pair of headphones that will allow you to roam freely around your home or you need something to plug in your ears while you're on the run, here are the top five wireless headphones in the UK.

 

From budget-friendly options to more luxurious headphones costing hundreds of pounds - there is plenty of choice.

 

Sony MDRRF810RK Wireless Headphones

 

These Sony wireless headphones give you the opportunity to listen to music without any restrictions. You'll have over 100 metres of wireless range so you can roam around the house and in the garden without any problem. They're not the most expensive pair of headphones but they have excellent sound quality and a battery with 28 hours of playback!

 

 

Parrot Zik PF560000AA Wireless Noise-cancelling Headphones

 

These headphones are top of the range - they feature digital sound processor (DSP) algorithms, 10-20,000 Hz frequency, NFC technology, four microphones to block out 98% of background noise and rotatable ear cups.

 

It doesn't get much better spec-wise but you have to be willing to pay for this kind of quality as these Parrot headphones cost over £250.

 

Phillips SHD8600/30 Wireless Headphones

 

You don't always have to pay over the odds to get a clear music reproduction - this next set of headphones is in the middle of the market, retailing at around £120. They have a wireless range of 30m so you can roam around the house and still listen to your favourite tunes.

 

                                                            

 

Denon AHW200EM Bluetooth Headphones

 

If you go to the gym or pound the pavements, it won't take you long to realise that the bulky over ear headphones aren't exactly designed for sport. However, you don't have to get in a tangle as there are some specifically designed for running.

 

These Denon Bluetooth headphones cost around £150 and are compatible with mobile phones so you can seamlessly switch between music and phones calls.

 

Bose AE2W Bluetooth Headphones

 

Do you like the idea of premium sound quality as well as the freedom to roam around? If so, these Bose wireless headphones are the ideal solution.

 

With exclusive TriPort technology you'll be able to hear the deep bass line to the highest pitch notes. However, a 10m wireless range and ability to pair up two devices means you can watch films, answer calls and wander around the house.