Best Wireless Headphones 2020: On Ear, Earphones, True Wireless, Audiophile

Our breakdown of the very best wireless headphones and earphones, over ear and on ear to buy for home, portable and travel use.

Our pick of the Best Wireless Headphones – Earphones, True Wireless, Over Ear and On Ear

We know how important it is to find the best headphones for you; whether they are for your smartphone, music player, laptop or hi-fi system.

Here you can see the best of the best wireless headphones and earphones available.




1. SoundMAGIC E11BT – £69.99


The guts of the E11C paired with the power of Bluetooth 5.0 make this earphone a real contender for a budget price. Automatic smartphone controls give you even more freedom from your device while on the go. The impressive battery life of 30 hours will keep you going, allowing you to fully enjoy the class leading sound quality of the E11BT.

READ MORE: SoundMAGIC E11BT Bluetooth Earphone Review


2. SoundMAGIC TWS50 – £79


SoundMAGIC’s first step into the world of True Wireless was a success. The TWS50 has all of the characteristics that has made SoundMAGIC so popular – comfortable design, ease of use and most importantly amazing sound quality. Punchy bass and crisp detail makes the TWS50 extremely enjoyable and fun to listen to.

READ MORE: SoundMAGIC TWS50 True Wireless Earphones


3. Lypertek TEVI – £99

Lypertek TEVI

The TEVI is very impressive, especially considering their sub £100 price point. Offering up a smooth and detailed sound signature that is well balanced yet slightly full. Add to that great stability and functionality and you have a True Wireless earphone that is so easy to recommend, go out and grab one now as they are a game changer in the TW market.

READ MORE: Lypertek TEVI True Wireless Earphones Review




4. Shanling MTW100 Balanced Armature – £119.99

Shanling MTW100

Shanling’s first attempt at True Wireless has definitely been a success! In true Shanling style, their MTW100 is very unique looking, with a design that makes them stand out from the crowd. The touch controls and comfort has been a big hit – and then the sound quality from its single balanced armature driver takes your music to a new level.

READ MORE: Shanling MTW100 True Wireless Earphones


5. Shure SE215 Bluetooth – £149

Shure SE215 with Bluetooth

Shure are quite possibly the most well known pro audio brand out there, and their SE215 IEM has been incredibly popular for years. Recently Shure released a Bluetooth version of this legendary earphones, supplying the earphones with their Bluetooth cable – making the SE215 the ultimate all rounder.

READ MORE: Shure SE215 Bluetooth Pro IEMs


6. Bowers & Wilkins PI3 – £169.99

Bowers & Wilkins PI3

Bowers & Wilkins have led the way in Hi-Fi  for the last 50 years. Since they decided to focus on portable audio, they have managed to do a pretty good job there too! The new line of B&W earphones are very impressive, and the PI3 is one our favourite wireless neckband earphones out there. They are hard to beat when it comes to sound quality, design and comfort.

READ MORE: Bowers & Wilkins PI3 Wireless Neckband Earphones


7. Klipsch T5 True Wireless – £175

Klipsch T5 True Wireless

Klipsch is another brand that has been around for a long time, leading the way in speaker design with some of the most impressive looking speakers out there. Their headphones also have a unique design, and that is part of the appeal of the T5 True Wireless. Their sound quality is what really makes them special, and puts at the top of a lot of peoples wish lists.

READ MORE: Klipsch T5 True Wireless Earphones




8. Bowers & Wilkins PX7 – £349.99

Bowers & Wilkins PX7

If it’s full size headphones you’re after, then B&W have you covered with their PX7 wireless ANC headphone. These Bluetooth cans do it all – superb design and comfort, market leading sound quality and noise cancelling technology. These will suit a number of uses, mainly travel and wireless home listening. When used with their dedicated app you can customise the sound to suit your taste as well as many other useful features.

READ MORE: Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones




9. Audeze Mobius 3D – £399

Audeze Mobius 3D

Here’s one for all you gamers out there! Not only do Audeze make some of the best Hi-Fi and audiophile headphones out there – they also do some amazing gaming headsets too. The Mobius 3D uses planar magnetic drivers to bring an audiophile experience to your favourite games. These Bluetooth headphones also have a high quality microphone attached – making them an impressive all rounder. 

READ MORE: Audeze Mobius 3D Wireless Gaming Headphones


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Best Over Ear Headphones 2020: Open, Closed, Wireless, Audiophile

Our picks for the best over ear headphones: open back, closed back, wireless, audiophile, and much more.

Our picks for the best over ear headphones – open back and closed back

We know how important it is to find the best headphones for you; whether they are for your smartphone, music player, laptop or hi-fi system.

Here you can see the best of the best full size headphones to buy in 2019, 2020 and beyond.


1. Beyerdynamic DT770 PRO – £125

Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro
Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro

The Beyerdynamic DT770 creates a spacial soundstage more akin to an open-back headphone, and delivers full bass with accurate highs and mids. What’s more, these are profoundly comfortable. 

BUY HERE: Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro Studio Headphones


2. Sennheiser HD820 – £1999

Sennheiser HD820
Sennheiser HD820

The HD820 is Sennheiser’s first closed back audiophile headphone release and it promises to be quite special. Based on the same design as the HD800S, the HD820 uses Gorilla Glass as its transducer cover and the curved shape of it allows the sound waves to reflect to an absorber – resulting in minimal resistance and creating an open sound that you would normally expect from an open backed headphone.

READ MORE: Sennheiser HD 820 Audiophile Headphone Review


3. Focal Stellia – £2799

focal stellia
Focal Stellia

Focal headphones are not only known for their excellent sound quality – they also look stunning. And the Stellia is no different. The finest materials have been used to create this closed back headphone, including a Beryllium dome electrodynamic driver. With a unique finish, inspired by the colours of cognac and mocha – the Focal Stellia looks as good as it sounds.

READ MORE: Focal Stellia Closed Back Headphone Review




4. MrSpeakers Ether 2 – £1900

MrSpeakers Ether 2

The Ether 2 have a great sense of neutrality, at the same time they offer an enjoyable listening experience and they never sound analytical. There is a hint of added body that creates a smooth listening experience that can be enjoyed for hours on end. 

READ MORE: MrSpeakers Ether 2 Open Back Headphone Review


5. Meze Empyrean – £2699

Meze Empyrean
Meze Empyrean

The unique construction of the Empyrean was designed with the shape of the human ear in mind. As a result, they enjoy a greater degree of imaging than you’re likely to find anywhere else. Each Empyrean is hand crafted to exacting detail, and that level of precision is not only visible, but audible. 

READ MORE: Meze Empyrean Open Back Headphones Review

6. Final D8000 – £2999

Final D8000
Final D8000

The planar magnetic magnificence of the Final D8000 creates a listening experience without parallel. The unique construction, including a damping system (the same used in condenser microphones) allowing for a sound that surpasses the abilities of most planar magnetic and dynamic equipment. This requires a dedication to exacting detail you can only see in Final. 

BUY HERE: Final D8000 Audiophile Headphones



7. Bowers & Wilkins PX – £329

Bowers & Wilkins PX
Bowers & Wilkins PX

The B&W PX is the ultimate portable headphone. With the latest aptX HD Bluetooth technology, wireless sound quality is of the highest level. Providing a very well balanced sound with tight bass – bass heads may want to look elsewhere – crystal clear clarity and superb soundstage. The PX also has adaptive noise cancelling and uses six microphones to help block out external sounds – allowing you to focus on the music. Along with the advanced technology – the PX has superb build quality and comfort – making them our go to recommendation for wireless headphones.

BUY HERE: Bowers & Wilkins PX Bluetooth Headphones


8. Audeze Mobius 3D – £349

Audeze Mobius 3D
Audeze Mobius 3D

Audeze have created a superb all rounder in the Mobius. Whether music, films or gaming is your thing – the Audeze Mobius does it all extremely well. Inside the housings are planar magnetic drivers, providing sound quality that even the audiophiles out there will appreciate. Then the 3D emulation technology delivers a superb surround sound experience, perfect for watching films or playing Fortnite and thanks to the integrated head tracking – you’ll hear sound effects as if they’re really there.

BUY HERE: Audeze Mobius Gaming Headphones

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