Best Headphones

The best quality headphones at various price points are categorized below into 3 lists: Bluetooth, Sports, and Wired Headphones. Each list is sorted according to high-to-low price. Over-ear, on-ear and in-ear options are included where appropriate. The sports category, for instance, comprises mainly in-ear options for comfort and airflow while running or working out, as well as other requirements like water (sweat) resistance and secure fitment. Click the Shop buttons for latest price and availability on Amazon.

Best Bluetooth Headphones

Last Updated: Nov 27, 2019

 
 
 

The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

1. Aiwa Arc-1

Price: $$$$

The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

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1. Bowers & Wilkins PX7

Price: $$$$

The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

1. Bowers & Wilkins PI3

Price: $$$$

The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

1. Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9i

Price: $$$$

The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

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1. Mpow 059

Price: $$$$

Model M3 is a smaller, lighter (only 11 lbs) and more portable package than the XL2 (above). It's built in the USA in small batches, delivers phenomenal sound quality and loudness with 400W of max power, Class A/B amplifiers and a frequency response of 50-22kHz. There is no distortion even at max volume. The M3 also comes with bass and treble tone controls to tailor the sound. 

The sound quality, workmanship and materials, and reliability of DiamondBoxx products are unsurpassed.

1. Sony WH1000XM3

Price: $$$$

The Aiwa brand of old has been brought back to life with new management and a high quality product line. The Exos-9 is a very loud Bluetooth stereo speaker with 200W output and delivers a punchy bass, balanced mids and crisp highs. There is no clipping at max volume. It also has a graphic equalizer.

The Exos-9 at this price is the best value option and the customer service is top notch.

1. Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Price: $$$$

The Aiwa brand of old has been brought back to life with new management and

COWIN E8 or E9

1. COWIN E7

Price: $$$$

The Aiwa brand of old has been brought back to life with new management and

COWIN E8 or E9

1. COWIN E8

Price: $$$$

The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

Price: $$$$

1. DiamondBoxx Model XL2

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Model M3 is a smaller, lighter (only 11 lbs) and more portable package than the XL2 (above). It's built in the USA in small batches, delivers phenomenal sound quality and loudness with 400W of max power, Class A/B amplifiers and a frequency response of 50-22kHz. There is no distortion even at max volume. The M3 also comes with bass and treble tone controls to tailor the sound. 

The sound quality, workmanship and materials, and reliability of DiamondBoxx products are unsurpassed.

Price: $$$$

1. DiamondBoxx Model XL2

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The Aiwa brand of old has been brought back to life with new management and a high quality product line. The Exos-9 is a very loud Bluetooth stereo speaker with 200W output and delivers a punchy bass, balanced mids and crisp highs. There is no clipping at max volume. It also has a graphic equalizer.

The Exos-9 at this price is the best value option and the customer service is top notch.

Price: $$$$

1. DiamondBoxx Model XL2

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The XL2 is the best and loudest Bluetooth Speaker money can buy. The build quality is incredible and has a thumping bass and Audiophile-quality sound production. Frequency response is 35-22kHz and can output over 121dB at 1000W with Class A/B amplifiers, 6 Subwoofers/Mid-Woofers and 8 tweeters.

I have owned the XL2 for over a year and rarely turn up the volume past 50% at home for fear my neighbors may call the police. A cheaper competing product at this level, called Soundboks, is a great alternative but nothing matches the XL2.

Price: $$$$

1. LETSCOM

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Model M3 is a smaller, lighter (only 11 lbs) and more portable package than the XL2 (above). It's built in the USA in small batches, delivers phenomenal sound quality and loudness with 400W of max power, Class A/B amplifiers and a frequency response of 50-22kHz. There is no distortion even at max volume. The M3 also comes with bass and treble tone controls to tailor the sound. 

The sound quality, workmanship and materials, and reliability of DiamondBoxx products are unsurpassed.

Price: $$$$

1. TOZO T10

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The Aiwa brand of old has been brought back to life with new management and a high quality product line. The Exos-9 is a very loud Bluetooth stereo speaker with 200W output and delivers a punchy bass, balanced mids and crisp highs. There is no clipping at max volume. It also has a graphic equalizer.

The Exos-9 at this price is the best value option and the customer service is top notch.

Price: $$$$

1. Boltune

The Aiwa brand of old has been brought back to life with new management and a high quality product line. The Exos-9 is a very loud Bluetooth stereo speaker with 200W output and delivers a punchy bass, balanced mids and crisp highs. There is no clipping at max volume. It also has a graphic equalizer.

The Exos-9 at this price is the best value option and the customer service is top notch.

Price: $$$$

1. Bose SoundSport

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