I took up the challenge to find the best Bluetooth Headphones
I have decided to embark on a journey to discover what are the Best Bluetooth Headphones, with such a variety of styles,
colors, shapes and sizes to choose from it was a huge task to undertake so i broke it down in to smaller sections.
Features of Bluetooth Headphones
There are a surprising amount of options when looking for the best Bluetooth headphones such as A2DP support,
hands free calling, noise canceling, music streaming, battery life, microphones and the list goes on.
Then you have to decide on what style make the best headphones, with options like the large
over-ear or small in ear ones and the ones used by runners that kind of combine the two.
You also need to consider the budget that you want to stick to, there are some pretty fancy brands out there like Bose,
Harman Kardon, Denon making really high quality Bluetooth headphones but are about $200-$400. You can get some
cheap ones for about$30-$40 but i would recommend going for somewhere in the middle with brands like Kinivo,
Jabra and Base Effects unless you can afford to splash the cash.
I begin my search by checking reviews on as many sites as possible, and not just any reviews, there are a lot of sites
claiming to have reviewed products but in fact they are just made up, so i look for review i know have been left by
actual customers on places like Amazon.com. I then compile a list (10) of the best Bluetooth headphones as rate by
real customers and start to compare this list with recommendations from popular blogs and websites.
My preference was for the large overear type as i don’t do much running and i like the level of comfort they offer. I also
wanted A2DP to get the best sound via Bluetooth and you can really notice the difference. Hands free was another
essential option as i don’t want to be taking my Bluetooth headphones off every time my mobile phone rings, if i even
hear it with the headphones on. When considered these options i found the following to be 10 of the best Bluetooth
headphones. Plantronics M50, Bose AE2W, Harman Kardon BT Premium, Kinivo BTH220, Kinivo BTH240, GoGroove
AirBand, Jabra REVO, MEElectronics Air FI Runway, Swage by Rokit Boost and Beats by Dr Dre overear Bluetooth
headphones. After much deliberating i decided to spend the extra on the Bose AE2W, These were the only ones with
nothing negative said about them and at the end of the day i am happy to trust the opinion of people that have spent
there own hard earned money. If i did not want to spend that much i would recommend the Kinivo BTH220, they look
great and they are by far the most popular judging by the amount of good reviews (over 4000). If you cant even stretch
to the budget of the Kinivo BTH220 then i would say it does not matter which ones you buy that are cheaper than these,
they will all sound as bad as each other.
To check out reviews on the Bluetooth Headphones mentioned in this article Head over to www.bluetoothpoint.com for more information.
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