The TreVolo S best suits those that prioritise sound quality, and to that end, it delivers with aplomb.
With the MW60, Master & Dynamic successfully provide a similar experience to their wired model with the added liberation of a stable wireless implementation.
The R1280DB is a subtle update to the preceding R1280T that well-suits buyers searching for a well-designed speaker with a pleasant tone.
The BTR1 is a gadget that provides a very practical solution to the omission of a headphone jack on modern smartphones. It provides clean, balanced audio over a wireless Bluetooth connection.
The MP202 Duo provides a full, vocal forward sound and TWS perfect for laptop and smartphone users seeking greater immersion from music, films and videos.
These are not lounge chair headphones, Bluetooth was never designed for such uses in mind. Rather, the Crossfade 2 Wireless pursues functional excellence.
The Model 3 is the Bluetooth in-ear many have been searching for, featuring a streamlined wireless implementation and a warm, engaging sound.
Phiaton’s latest headphone, the BT460, combines low-latency Bluetooth connectivity with a suite of smart features and a bold, engaging sound.
The Flares Pro boasts a class leading Bluetooth implementation and enormous technical proficiency that is occasionally let down by some questionable tuning choices.
A brief roundup of the Bluetooth headphones I’ve tried to date, with a couple of quick recommendations for the holiday season.