So I recently had a pair of google pixel buds. I REALLY liked the sound and quality but they were difficult to keep in my ears and their battery life was pretty low. So I sold those, and I just received a pair of Sony WH-H900N h.ear 2 headphones and...well, they don't sound very good to me. It's kind of crazy to me that they'd personally sound a worse. Sound impotence seems like a large issue with the H900Ns, as the google pixel buds felt full and robust on my lame galaxy s7. The plan was to get something for my new walkman a45. I want some over-ear headphones that are portable enough for me to use just about anywhere, get around anywhere in the 20hr battery life range, and DO NOT have noise cancelling. Well, more accurately, I want the option to have noise cancelling off at least. I have a tendency to daydream, lose myself in my mind, and forget my surroundings. This can be very dangerous while crossing the street and such. So, with this all in mind, and the idea that the google buds have pretty good bass (from my observations, and according to linus tech tips), what wireless Bluetooth headphones would any of you guys recommend? Also, sorry if any of this is confusing. I'm new here and pretty sure I just caught a head-cold so my thoughts might be a bit jumbled. EDIT: okay so after playing around with some sound settings on some headphones, I've realized what I'm really looking for. EXTREMES! I like having clear highs and super low bass lows. Bass is still a priority but I would also like my highs to be prominent.