You might be satisfied with the headphones that were paired with your portable MP3 player when you’re on the go, but home-based headphone listening is a different story. It sure is uncomfortable to set-up extension wires stretched across the room when your TV is on the other side of it. And plus, tangles can be a real pain in the neck once you get in to setting up the wires. Luckily for you, there are a lot of wireless headphones out in the market right now, and we’ve picked the best of them for your viewing pleasure.
The ones we’ve picked feature large and full-sized ear cups that are comfortable and provide sound isolation. They emulate the sound of a 5.1 home-theater system. Why invest on headphones when you already have a theater system you say? Just ask your neighbors or your partner when you are watching a full-blown action movie at night. In short: You can enjoy a movie w/o bugging them.
Let’s get started.
These headphones are digital infrared wireless. They don’t produce hisses, so you can expect the sound to be as clean as it gets. Dolby and DTS surround compatible and the battery charges automatically when you put it in the base station. The only thing bad is the response of its bass quality compared to wired headphones. Other than that, these are the best-sounding wireless headphones to date.
These lightweight and comfortable babies are excellent on sound quality; they sound almost at par with wired headphones. A built-in volume control lets you control the noise without reaching for the station. Noise and hisses sometimes appear, but nevertheless, if you want a corded headphone sound-a-like, this is the choice.
Luxury and sound, is what these headphones are all about; The RS220 has been designed to merge with any audio setup, be it digital or analogue. The design is all about being transparent black, and you can see that from the quality materials used to craft this piece. Audioheads are pretty sure these will satisfy all their listening needs.
Noise-free with Dolby Digital, Pro Logic II and DTS Processing, these headphones sound extremely great and they are the first wireless set to be experienced with Dolby Headphone processing. If you can handle the very high price, these are the headphones perfect for cinematic experiences.
SRS surround processing with extra batteries included and a built in volume control, this set produces sound for those who are looking to find a quieter experience (date movies). Tagged with a high price and sounds a little bit too casual for an audiohead’s taste. Bottom line is its easy on the ears and the sound is mellow, perfect for people who don’t like it too loud.