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The Best Headphones of the Moment

Bose QuietComfort 35 II (QC 35 II)

The king of nomadic helmets is back.  The success top selling headphones or to the excellent QC 35, which has monopolized our ranking of the best headphones for a long time, is still as powerful as ever, both in terms of sound, comfort of use and design. On the other hand, it is based on its achievements, the new version ultimately bringing only an additional button to launch the Google Assistant. Given the price of the helmet, no need to change if you already have a QC 35. But if this is not the case, do not hesitate a single second because the QC 35 II is, like its ancestor, a real gem. for audiophiles.

Sony WH-1000XM4

After a top WH-1000XM3, Sony is refining its recipe for the ideal active noise reduction headphones without overwhelming it too much with a WH-1000XM4 evolving in small steps. The device has slightly more effective active noise reduction, offers better quality during calls, a multipoint Bluetooth connection (finally!), And new advanced features. Thanks to its excellent noise reduction, first-rate audio quality and optimal comfort, the 1000XM4 delivers, like its illustrious predecessor, the best performance on the market in the field of nomadic headphones. On the other hand, the device is no longer compatible with the AptX codec, which is not dramatic since there is still the LDAC to obtain a high quality stream, but still. We would also have liked to see the brand take a little more risk,

JBL Tune 500BT

The JBL Tune 500 BT are very simple headphones. It operates in Bluetooth 4.1, accepts multipoint connections with two devices simultaneously and has physical controls (volume, music management, calls). The sound flatters the bass and the sound level can climb quite high if not faithful. The helmet is nevertheless very stripped and requires to be handled with care, which has the merit of making it light (115 g). Allow a little more than 10 hours of autonomy.

Sony WH-CH510

The Sony WH-CH510 is a Bluetooth 5.0 headset offered under the € 50 mark. This on-ear model is placed on your ears to reduce outside noise. There is therefore no ANC. The ear cups can rotate to let the ear cushions rest on your torso if you want to take a musical break. It weighs just 132g and also has physical keys to control the headset on the fly. The device supports SBC, AAC codecs and charges via USB-C. The manufacturer indicates nearly 35 hours of autonomy with a charge

JBL Tune 700BT

The JBL Tune 700 BT are simple and affordable over-ear headphones. It works in Bluetooth 4.2 and accepts multipoint connection with two devices simultaneously. It has control buttons to manage music, volume, calls and trigger the voice assistant. The manufacturer announces an autonomy of 27 hours in wireless mode, but the audio cable will extend the listening time. top selling headphones It weighs 220 grams against 155 for the JBL Tune 500 BT.

Sony is still at the top of our ranking in August with its WH-1000XM3. If you want to buy this helmet, know that it is currently cheap at Cobra . For its part, the WH-1000XM4 begins to drop in price and becomes more and more interesting. As usual, those who want advice on how to choose their headphones can go to the end of the article where they will find our dedicated FAQ.

Sony WH-1000XM3

The king is dead, long live the king ! That’s it, Sony finally dethrones Bose with the third generation of its WH-1000X active noise reduction headphones. The newborn of the Japanese giant offers simply excellent performance at all levels: sublime sound, better noise reduction on the market, improved comfort compared to the previous model, good battery life of 30 hours, USB-C allowing very fast charging, and always a host of features making the helmet very pleasant to use. The brand has also kept its touch controls, of which it has perfect control. On the other hand, we regret the absence of Bluetooth 5 and the fact that it is impossible to connect the device to several sources at the same time, a shame. Other than that, we don’t have much to complain about except maybe for its hefty price tag, and again, because quality comes at a price and the Sony WH-1000XM3 is without a doubt the best active noise reduction headphones of the year. A wonder.


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