12 best headphones of 2018 for real music lovers and sound lovers
In the modern bustling world of technology, a person is presented with a unique opportunity not to part with the beautiful. Thanks to the headphones, which are getting steeper from year to year, you can listen to music anywhere and at any time: in public transport, in the office, at the machine, and even at a meeting, if you really get bored. This review contains headphones that have recently entered the market and have already earned an almost perfect reputation.1. Sony WH-1000XM2
Sony’s best noise-canceling headphones
The Sony WH-1000XM2 has small but important improvements over the previous model, including better battery life and a lower price. In addition to improving battery life, several excellent additional features have also been added for people who travel frequently.
2. Bose QuietComfort 35 II
Bose QuietComfort 35 II – even more quality than the previous model
Considered to be one of the best in their price category, the QC35 headphones boast a direct connection to Google Assistant. As in the previous model, excellent active noise cancellation was preserved, but the excellent Bluetooth wireless sound and unusually user-friendly design were added.
3. Jabra Elite 65t
Comparable to AirPods for the same money.
Third-generation Jabra wireless headphones are often compared to Apple’s Airpod. They work reliably and are great for calling thanks to the two microphones in each headset. Battery life is 5 hours, and the included charging unit provides two additional charges.
4. V-Moda Crossfade 2 Wireless
V-Moda takes Bluetooth headphones to a new level.
Crossfade 2 Wireless is one of the best-sounding wireless headphones. Interestingly, this model is folded up for carrying in a well-designed protective case with air vents.
5. Beats Studio3 Wireless
Best Beats headphones – look like previous ones, but sound better
Although this model is a little expensive, it has a lot of amazing features. In addition to much longer battery life, two major updates are sound quality and noise reduction.
6. Apple AirPods
Best fully wireless headphones
Despite some shortcomings, including their weird appearance, the AirPods are the best model of fully wireless headphones on the market. They provide a reliable wireless connection, easy connection to any Apple devices, decent acoustics and good call quality.
7. Bose SoundSport Wireles
Bose SoundSport Wireless combines a comfortable, reliable custom fit with high sound quality. Headphones work decently as a headset for making calls and have an auto-disconnect feature to save battery life.
8. Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC Wireless
Bose worthy competitor at the best price
Sennheiser HD 4.50BTNC is not as comfortable as the Bose QC35 II, but they provide good performance for the money. These are effective noise canceling wireless headphones that sound great and cost significantly less than the Bose QuietComfort 35. They work well as a headset and provide decent battery life. Headphones fold into a simple carrying bag.
9. Sony MDR-1A
Best for lovers of rich sound.
The MDR-1A can also be worn comfortably around the neck as it is on the head, and their high-quality sound is suitable for all musical genres.
10. Sennheiser Momentum 2.0
Universal closed headphones
Momentum 2.0 not only looks sophisticated, but can perfectly reproduce all kinds of music.
BeatsX – AirPod technology in a different form factor
These Bluetooth headphones can be used for everyday wear or sporting events. They instantly connect to Apple devices and can quickly fold up for carrying in the case that comes in the kit.