The MPow H19 are a great first foray into wireless models, as they sound decent, fit well on most heads, and let you make calls without being tethered to your phone. While they don’t excel in any one area, their reasonable price makes them hard to ignore.
- Easy to activate voice assistants
- Travel pouch included
- Bass response could be better
HyperX Cloud Flight
The HyperX Cloud Flight come from one of the most popular gaming headset manufacturers in the last decade. They’re TeamSpeak- and Discord-certified for clear communications, and they won’t let you down during long, intense sessions.
- Integrated audio controls
- Work well with pcs and consoles
- Can make your ears feel hot
Jabra Elite 85h
While some Bluetooth-enabled options struggle to both transmit and receive a high-quality signal at the same time, the Jabra Elite 85h are quite good for making phone calls in all but the loudest environments, and their fidelity while listening to music is also great.
- Extremely comfortable
- Excellent wireless range
- Noise cancellation could be better
Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2
The Turtle Beach Stealth 700 Gen 2 have a microphone that conveniently tucks away inside their housing, so you don’t have to worry about misplacing it when you don’t need it. An included USB receiver ensures a steady connection with gaming consoles.
- Three-dimensional sound
- Indentation for glasses wearers
- No chat mix control
If you want to escape from the outside world, the Sony WHCH710N/L offer some of the most effective active noise cancellation in the business. They also rely on a USB Type-C connection for charging, and come with an auxiliary cable for wired use.
- Metal headband sliders
- Comfortably soft earpads
- Drivers are on the small side
V-Moda M-200 Professional
The V-Moda M-200 Professional are meant to be used primarily as reference monitors in a studio environment, but their clean response is also great for any music lover. They rely on large neodymium magnets to drive their performance.
- Sweat-resistant materials
- Low signal to noise ratio
- Not a wireless option
Beats Solo Pro
The Beats Solo Pro are a fine selection for anyone looking to maximize their bass experience. They come in six fun colors, and allow you to use your smartphone to link multiple pairs, so you can share what you’re listening to with a friend.
- Good noise cancellation
- Reliable bluetooth connection
- Clamping force is too much for some
Sennheiser Momentum M3AEBTXL
The Sennheiser Momentum M3AEBTXL have an unusual fit system that allows you to reposition the cans themselves, rather than extending or retracting the headband. They can sense when you take them off and stop playing your tunes automatically.
- Available in black or white
- 17-hour battery life
- App-based equalizer
Razer BlackShark V2 X
A relatively inexpensive set designed for use by gamers, the Razer BlackShark V2 X are both lightweight and comfortable, allowing you to wear them for hours on end. They can produce a 7.1 surround sound experience for the player, as well.
- Large 50-millimeter drivers
- Cooling gel earcups
- Effective voice isolation
The Bose 700 are a great option for anyone with high standards for both their music consumption and their phone conversations. While fairly expensive, they offer the true-to-life sound for which the company is known, and they’re available in black, silver, or white.
- Innovative touch controls
- Customizable audio via companion app
- Optimized for google assistant