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Plantronics BackBeat PRO Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones

Plantronics BackBeat PRO Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones

“When I decided to give them a try I had no real expectations, I did not know this brand, and I didn't like the look. I thought they would have sounded mediocre.   I was very wrong! They are one of the very best sounding BT Headphones which I have tried. And I have tried almost 30, over the last months, as you can see in my thread "Huge Comparison of [almost] all the Best Bluetooth...” --Giogio

83% Positive Reviews
MEE audio X7 Plus

MEE audio X7 Plus

“I have been intrigued by the idea of Bluetooth headphones for the gym and office use for some time. I had seen users wearing Jaybird, Beats, and other brands at the gym. My problem with Beats is that they are overpriced and with exaggerated bass. I also was looking for headphones that had the aptX and AAC HD, which allows for supposed cd quality sound when I am listening to my flac or 320kbps...” --red71rum

100% Positive Reviews
ADV.Sound EVO X

ADV.Sound EVO X

“Greetings Head-fi! In a past long gone, wireless audio was scoffed at for it's spotty connections, bulky modules, and compromised sound quality. Over the years technology has advanced and great steps have been taken to address these issues. Luckily, I've more or less leapfrogged straight into the era of quality wireless sound, bypassing the mediocrity. ADVANCED first appeared on the scene with...” --B9Scrambler

100% Positive Reviews
Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone

Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone

“This review is for Beats Studio Wireless over the ear, I know audiophiles are known for not liking wireless and Beats. When Beats was first introduced audiophiles dumped on them right away because they weren't tuned neutral. They were also known for being bass heavy that sounded muddy and took over the mids, the bass was actually really loose and unpleasant. Every one deserves a 2nd chance, I...” --acain

100% Positive Reviews
Noontec Wireless Headphones ZORO II Wireless Hi-Fi Bluetooth On-Ear Headphone

Noontec Wireless Headphones ZORO II Wireless Hi-Fi Bluetooth On-Ear Headphone

“ Video review.   It all started some time ago with a message asking me if I’d like a free review sample of some headphones from a creatively off-beat name. I’d seen the name around Head-Fi and only guessed that they were inexpensive and may actually be half-decent, so I accepted. Later it turned out that they appeared to have given away quite a few pairs to people to...” --Currawong

100% Positive Reviews
SoundPEATS Wireless Earbuds, True Wireless Stereo Bluetooth 4.2 Headphones Cordless Earphones Sweatproof In-Ear Headset with Mic, Secure Fit for Sports

SoundPEATS Wireless Earbuds, True Wireless Stereo Bluetooth 4.2 Headphones Cordless Earphones Sweatproof In-Ear Headset with Mic, Secure Fit for Sports

“Greetings, We all know it's coming, whether we like it or not. The wireless wave is upon us. Pretty much every major earphone manufacturer has a wireless option, and there are countless others trying to get in on the fun. Today we're going to see what SoundPEATS was able to pull off with their fully wireless model, the Q16. It feels weird to say that a company that was founded in 2010 has been...” --B9Scrambler

100% Positive Reviews
The House of Marley Liberate XL BT

The House of Marley Liberate XL BT

“I was looking for some headphones that looked good on a budget and I wasn't disappointed. They look amazing, especially with the wood and the metal. they are really comfortable with super plush earpads, however if your head isn't the right shape you are out of luck because there is no movement in the earcups whatsoever.    You can trust that these headphones wont break, I've had...” --Klitschko

100% Positive Reviews
AKG K845 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones

AKG K845 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphones

“I don't have extensive experience of bluetooth headphones but I have been really impressed with these since purchasing them a few weeks ago. My first pair were the UE9000 which I absolutely loved. I've been a bit of a UE fanboy since the UETF10 which were my first pair of expensive headphones and started this whole audio journey. I loved everything about the UE9000 but to cut a long story short...” --lawrecedent

100% Positive Reviews
Parrot Zik

Parrot Zik

“I'll keep this short. As a pair of bluetooth on-ears without noise-cancelling turned on, they sound quite excellent and the ambient sound is noticeably lowered. The bass is certainly boosted, but not excessively so. Mids are not intrusive but clear, and the treble is good and crisp (to my ears anyway).   Turning on the noise cancelling definitely cuts out a significant layer of outside...” --sgtbilko

75% Positive Reviews
Sennheiser RS 180 Wireless headphones with docking station

Sennheiser RS 180 Wireless headphones with docking station

“Ok, well I listed a whole bunch of pros/cons up there, so here are the other things I will mention: 1.  I got these on newegg for $220.  I ended up using them virtually for everything.  One gripe I suppose is if the volume of what you're listening to is low, maxing the volume will only do so much, and that adding an amp won't do anything.  I may have just screwed this up,...” --plainbagel

75% Positive Reviews
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