By: Mary Jones
f you can afford them and don’t have tiny ears, there’s really nothing to dislike about the WF-1000XM4. Sony has once again created an exceptional pair of wireless earbuds
As long as noise cancelling isn’t a must-have feature, the Cambridge Melomania Touch are one of the best pairs of wireless earbuds you can get.
It’s taken a while but the Galaxy Buds have finally gone Pro and Samsung has really nailed it here.
AirPods have always been good, but the Pro model makes them great. Apple has done this by improving the design and therefore fit and comfort for starters.
Huawei’s follow-up to its original Pro level earbuds are phenomenally good apart from some small annoyances, which can largely be avoided or forgotten about.
They might lack fast charging and don’t have the best noise cancelling but Nura stands out in the earbud market for its unique personalised audio technology
Granted, they look a bit dated with a bulky design but a surprisingly lightweight and secure fit means that doesn’t matter as much as it could.
The regular AirPods – now third-generation – remain the obvious default purchase for Apple users if you can’t afford the Pro model.
They are more expensive than a number of other options but the Elite 7 Pro are an excellent all-rounder pair of earbuds.
If you can’t afford the Galaxy Buds Pro then the Buds 2 are a great all-round option providing a lot of good elements for a reasonable price.
prices won’t come down for a while – the average price for a well-known brand is around £150/US$150.
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