Best wired noise canceling earbuds: Noise canceling earbuds: The best of a small pool

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Noise canceling earbuds: The best of a small pool

Whether you travel for work, commute to work, or just like listening to music while you drink your morning coffee, noise canceling headphones are great, but they can still be bulky. Fortunately, there are quite a few manufacturers that stuff this tech into earbuds. These are the best noise canceling earbuds you can get right now.

For our top five picks, you can find the isolation and frequency response charts at the end of each image gallery. You can learn more about how to read our charts here.

Editor’s note: this list of the best noise canceling earbuds was updated on June 14, 2022, to include the Sony WF-1000XM4 in the Best list, microphone demos, and updated charts, as well as add sections on the Sennheiser MOMENTUM 3 True Wireless. We added the Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless to the Notable mentions section.

Why is the Bose QuietComfort 20 the best set of noise canceling earbuds?

Bose is one of the leaders in active noise canceling (ANC) technology. After years on top of the game, its larger noise canceling headphones have just begun to be challenged by other manufacturers. When it comes to earbuds, though, Bose is still one of the best. Although the QC20 has been updated with a newer wireless version, we’re keeping it at the top spot because you don’t have to worry about battery life. That said, if your phone doesn’t have a headphone jack, you may need a dongle.

Bose QuietComfort 20

Bose QuietComfort 20

Bose QuietComfort 20

Bose QuietComfort 20

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The cable ends in a 90-degree connector and a few inches above that you’ll find a slim block of components. Inside is a battery that will give you about 16 hours of noise canceling and music playback. It houses an Aware Mode button, so you can hear what’s going on around you when you need to. Of course, you’ll also be able to control volume and playback thanks to a small control module on the wire, but make sure to pay attention to which model you get as it’s specific to Android or iOS.

Enjoy a host of features with the Sony WI-1000XM2 neckband headset

Sony has the noise canceling market cornered with its flagship over-ear and true wireless models. The little-discussed WI-1000XM2 neckband earphones is a great buy for frequent flyers not yet ready to jump ship to totally wireless earbuds.

Sony WI-1000XM2

Sony WI-1000XM2

Sony WI-1000XM2

Sony WI-1000XM2

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Each earbud has one inward and one outward-facing microphone to record and cancel out unwanted sounds. The proprietary QN1 chip powers the noise canceling and is energy efficient; this chip also features a 32-bit DAC and headphone amp for clear, loud sound. You get your pick of Bluetooth codecs to stream (SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD, and LDAC) and you can even listen by wire with the included cable.

The earbuds support fast charging: 10 minutes of charge provides 80 minutes of playback, and you get 10 hours of listening from a full charge. The Sony WI-1000XM2 supports Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant. There are only two drawbacks to this headset: price and microphone quality. User reviews indicate the headset has disappointing microphone quality for the price. If you can overlook these shortcomings, you’ll enjoy these wireless noise canceling earphones.

iPhone owners should just go with the Apple AirPods Pro

Apple has finally made the AirPods good with the AirPods Pro, and that’s mainly due to the better-fitting ear tips. Not only does it mean more people can actually wear it, but the AirPods Pro blocks out background sound just because it seals your ear canals from the outside world. Throw on the new active noise canceling that Apple put in the AirPods Pro, and it does a pretty great job at blocking outside noise. It isn’t as strong as something like the Sony WF-1000XM4 true wireless earbuds, but it’s way better than the original AirPods.

Apple AirPods Pro

Apple AirPods Pro


Apple AirPods Pro

Besides the active noise canceling, the AirPods Pro also has a transparency mode that uses microphones to pipe in external sounds so you can hear what’s going on. It’s super helpful when you’re trying to hear what the pilot or conductor is saying but don’t want to remove your earbud. The new shorter stem is where you’ll find the pressure-sensitive playback controls that let you skip between tracks and toggle ANC on or off.

Take a listen to our demos below.

AirPods Pro microphone demo (Ideal):

AirPods Pro microphone demo (Office):

AirPods Pro microphone demo (Street):

How does the microphone sample sound to you?

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Cut the cord with the Sony WF-1000XM4

To fully free yourself of wires, check out the true wireless, Sony WF-1000XM4. This flagship set of buds supplies a comfortable, sleek fit with the latest ANC technology. The noise canceling greatly improves on the previous WF-1000XM3 by reducing low-end noise by 25dB more attenuation at 100Hz. With an IPX4 rating the WF-1000XM4 withstands light splashes and sweat. Battery life with ANC on is a healthy, 7 hours and 43 minutes, with an additional two charges in the case.

Sony WF-1000XM4

Sony WF-1000XM4


Sony WF-1000XM4

With the earbuds, you get the OS-agnostic Sony Headphones app where you can tweak the already pretty nice sounding frequency response, which somewhat under-emphasizes treble. Onboard the WF-1000XM4 are AAC, LDAC, and SBC codecs, accommodating Apple and Android users alike. In addition, the WF-1000XM4 has DSEE Extreme, an algorithm that basically fills out data gaps in your lossy music using artificial intelligence.

While the mic is not the main strength of the Sony WF-1000XM4, it still does a reasonably good job. Take a listen and tell us what you think.

Sony WF-1000XM4 microphone demo (Ideal):

Sony WF-1000XM4 microphone demo (Office):

Sony WF-1000XM4 microphone demo (Wind):

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The 1MORE Dual Driver ANC Pro is a versatile headset

1MORE’s noise canceling earbuds include plenty of premium features for a reasonable price. The earbuds have an IPX5 rating, support LDAC and AAC, and can be used as a wired headset in a pinch. That’s right, you can connect a cable to the neckband and then into your phone.

1MORE Dual Driver ANC Pro

1MORE Dual Driver ANC Pro


1MORE Dual Driver ANC Pro

The magnetic earbud housings perfectly manage the cables when you’re not actively using the headset. The microphone quality, while not the best, is very good and can certainly get you by on a personal or professional phone call. If you’re a commuter who wants a solid pair of ANC earbuds, but isn’t ready to jump ship to noise canceling true wireless products, the 1MORE Dual Driver ANC Pro is a fine option for you.

Is the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds worth buying?

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The Bose QC Earbuds support mono listening but it’s limited to the right earbud, which isn’t useful for some folks.

Bose was one of the earliest manufacturers to really pin down ANC, so it’s no surprise the QuietComfort Earbuds does the job well. It’s effective at using ANC to block out noise across the spectrum. The default frequency response should please most listeners, but the companion app now has some EQ options to add some flexibility.

It shares the same IPX4 rating as the Bose Sport Earbuds, which gives it some versatility alongside with a sidetone for your phone calls. The codec suite is minimal at AAC and SBC, but for iPhone users AAC is about the best you can use anyhow. The downsides include the large case and the buds are pretty big too. It also goes for about $100 USD more than the Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless, which isn’t chump change.

Does the Sennheiser MOMENTUM 3 True Wireless have good noise canceling?

While Sennheiser retains the chunky shape of the previous MOMENTUM iteration, the latest now has stabilizers.

Yes, the Sennheiser MOMENTUM 3 True Wireless has excellent ANC capabilities. The combined ANC and isolation competes favorably with the Sony WF-1000XM4, reducing 30dB of external noise at 100Hz. That’s more than the WF-1000XM4. The Sennheiser MOMENTUM 3 True Wireless demands a high price, but lacks surround sound found on the AirPods Pro and WF-1000XM4. Battery life lasts 5 hours and 33 minutes, which is decent. To the credit of Sennheiser, the MOMENTUM 3 True Wireless uses aptX Adaptive, aptX, AAC, and SBC so you can watch videos without losing sync.

The MOMENTUM 3 True Wireless under-emphasizes high frequencies, but otherwise pleasantly follows our target curve through the mids and bass. Included in the app is an equalizer too. Fit is subjective, but the added wings help secure your in-ear fit, though Sennheiser could have included a few more ear tips. Overall, it’s a very competent set of ANC earbuds.

Can you use the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro with any phone?

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro takes the best features from all of the previous Galaxy Buds generations.

The current flagship Samsung earphones rank as some of the best noise canceling true wireless earbuds currently available. Noise canceling is very good, especially when it comes to midrange frequency reduction, which is important for commuting. The buds expertly cut through droning sounds like the vibrations from a subway car, but can’t quite combat incidental noise like clanging pots and pans.

AKG tuned the earbuds to sound superb: the frequency response closely follows our house curve with slightly amplified bass and low-midrange notes. If you don’t like how it sounds, you can always cycle through the handful of EQ profiles within the Galaxy Wearable app, so long as you have an Android device. It has some of the best waterproofing of any earbuds with a IPX7 rating.

The best ANC earbuds: Notable mentions

Shure takes a different approach by blocking out noise the old fashion way with good isolation.

  • Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen): Amazon debuted its proprietary noise canceling with these earbuds, and it does a great job of blocking out droning sounds. In fact, the ANC here is better than the Sony WF-1000XM3 and Apple AirPods Pro. Of course, there are some concessions like microphone and sound quality, but if ANC and Alexa support are your top priorities, the Echo Buds will serve you well.
  • Denon AH-C830NCW: The Denon AH-C830NCW technically has better active noise canceling than the Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless, and you get the same IPX4 rating. However, it isn’t listed as a top five pick because you don’t get volume controls and there’s a noticeable degree of lag on Android since it only supports SBC and AAC.
  • Jabra Elite 4 Active: At $120 USD Jabra stuffs the buds with ANC, Bluetooth 5.2, Google Fast Pair, and a solid IP57 rating. You lose some premium surround sound features found in pricier options, but not everyone needs that.
  • Jabra Elite 85t: These earphones feature very good noise canceling, and microphone quality. You can create a custom EQ profile within the mobile app if you aren’t happy with the bassy default sound. With the debut of Jabra’s other Elite series earphones like the Elite 7 Active and Elite 7 Pro, the Elite 85t has dropped in price.
  • Sennheiser CX Plus True Wireless: At the midpoint between budget and premium, Sennheiser strikes a balance of good sound, effective ANC, and aptX, AAC, and SBC codecs.
  • Shure AONIC Free: Here’s a novel option, noise canceling without active noise canceling. The AONIC Free features such good isolation you don’t even need to fuss with ANC settings. It helps that the buds sound great and have a useful companion app with a comprehensive equalizer. If you’re looking for a wired option the Shure SE215 uses the same buds to isolate your ears.
  • Razer Hammerhead USB-C ANC: Razer’s USB-C headset is at the top of its very small class. If your smartphone is without a headphone jack, and you want wired earbuds without the dongle, get these. If you’re open to checking out true wireless options, the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro may be more up your alley.
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds 2: Though missing some of the more premium features of the Galaxy Buds Pro, this set features basically the same ANC as the flagship for a few bucks less.

Hold up! Something’s different:

Some of our picks’ frequency response and isolation charts were measured with our old testing system. We have since purchased a Bruel & Kjaer 5128 test fixture (and the appropriate support equipment) to update our testing and data collection. It will take a while to update our backlog of old test results, but we will update this review (and many others!) once we’re able with improved sound quality measurements and ANC performance plots. These will be made obvious with our new chart aesthetic (black background instead of white).

Thank you for bearing with us, and we hope to see you again once we’ve sorted everything out.

What you should know about the best noise canceling earbuds

In order to block out the most noise, you need to get a good fit (as seen with the JBL Reflect Flow Pro).

Hearing loss is a pervasive issue, and noise canceling technology can help prevent it: it combats the permeation of external noise by way of destructive interference. Anyone who’s been on a subway platform while listening to music knows that as the train comes to a halt to pick up riders, it becomes nearly impossible to hear your music. That’s because our brains only have so much bandwidth to process simultaneous stimuli; our prehistoric brains are programmed for survival.

Back in the prehistoric days, it was important to register loud noises over all else because they were likely threats (e.g., a prowling leopard). Now, this prioritization of loud sounds is less needed since we don’t typically have run-ins with wild creatures ready to pounce on us. Instead, it impedes music playback in the form of auditory masking: a loud sound makes it difficult to perceive a quieter one. We often reach for the volume rocker to increase music loudness as a way of combating loud external noises, but active noise canceling earbuds do much of the heavy lifting, making us less compelled to put our hearing at risk.

Constructive and Destructive Interference Sound waves of equal amplitude, offset at 1/2 wavelengths result in compression waves with an amplitude of 0—canceling out the sound.

We have a full breakdown of how noise canceling technology works, but the shortened version is that it uses destructive interference. Each sound has its own waveform, and the microphones in ANC headsets record your surroundings and emit an inverted waveform to combat ambient noise.

In a perfect world, it would be as simple and neat as 1-1=0. However, the technology isn’t there yet and may never be. Environmental noise still permeates the barrier created by noise canceling headphones. Generally speaking, though, the technology has advanced quite a bit: Apple, Bose, and Sony have impeccable performers.

This technology is complicated, and to get an effective pair of headphones or earbuds with ANC, you should expect to pay around $150. This is pricy but has proven well worth the investment for daily commuters and readers with loud neighbors.

How do you wear earbuds?

Each set of earbuds has a slightly different way you should wear them, but for the most part, you just need to make sure the ear tips fit well into your ear canal entrances. This means you should take the time to experiment with each ear tip size, and mix and match if you have to. Shake your head around a bit and take note of your comfort level. Usually one of the sizes works but on the off chance that they don’t, you may want to invest in third-party ear tips.

Just like standard earbuds, noise canceling earbuds greatly benefit from a proper seal. No matter how good the ANC tech inside the earbud is, if the nozzles aren’t physically blocking external noise out, auditory masking will affect your ability to hear your music.

How we choose the best noise canceling earbuds

When it comes to noise canceling earbuds, we performed our due diligence by researching the ones we’ve yet to get our hands-on. Bose, recognized as the brand to get when looking for noise canceling headphones, is awarded as our top contender. However, we made sure to include other, less ubiquitous options that will still suit a wide array of listener profiles. While the Bose QuietComfort 20 still reigns as our pick for the best noise canceling earbuds, you’re bound to enjoy any of the above.

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Frequently asked questions about noise canceling earbuds

It is unlikely that they will block out dog barking. It depends on two things mainly: how sporadic the barking is, and what frequency range the barking is in that you’re hearing is. If it’s sporadic, like one bark every now and then, it probably won’t work. Because dogs bark in a fairly wide frequency range, it’s hard to know how effective any ANC is with the specific dog(s) you’re hoping to block out.

You’re better off looking for very good passive sound isolation, like a good fitting closed-back headphone or really snug earbuds without vents. Look into something like the Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBT2 or Shure AONIC Free.

We recommend the Bose Sleepbuds: these aren’t designed to play music, and are only compatible with the Bose Sleep app. You can use said app to select a number of ambient recordings to help you catch some Z’s. It’s a miniature white noise machine that won’t keep your partner awake.

For the most optimized experience, get the Apple AirPods Pro; these earbuds use Apple’s h2 chip which allows for hands-free access to Siri, improves power efficiency, and enables seamless device switching with iOS and macOS products. The h2 chip is compatible with macOS 10. 14.4 or later and iOS 12.2 or later. The Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless 2 has okay ANC with very good sound. It’s just harder to justify for the price, especially when you can just get the CX Plus True Wireless instead.

Both Bose and Sony make great noise canceling earbuds. If you’re already invested in the Bose ecosystem, you may find yourself more at home with Bose’s ANC earbuds. Bose has made a name for itself when it comes to noise cancellation and comfort, be it with its earbud or headphone audio solutions. Sony’s noise canceling earbuds are no slouch, and it has a tight grip on the noise canceling true wireless market.

5 Best Wired Noise-Canceling Earbuds

Editor’s Note: This post has been updated with new picks for 2017.

The market for active noise-canceling (ANC) headphones is saturated with over-ear headphones, like Bose’s Q25’s and the Sony’s MDR-1A’s. It’s not surprising, as these headphones can block out sound both passively (by physically preventing sound from reaching the ear) and actively (using a built-in microphone to electronically create a counter-signal). But they aren’t for everyone. With their weighty (albeit cushioned) design, they can crush ears, making them impossible to wear for long periods.

For those seeking ANC headphones but don’t find over-ears comfortable, there is a growing collection of great in-ear ANC headphones. It’s a decidedly niche market; audio titans like Plantronics and Bowers & Wilkins don’t even make them. Sony makes a pair (the MDR-EX750NA), but they’re not sold in the States. However difficult they are to find, there are great in-ear ANC headphones available for consumers; we’ve rounded up a few of the best, each at a different price point, so that you can listen to whatever you want in peace, and on your own budget.

Bose QuietControl 30

Bose’s QuietControl 30s promise to be the most advanced pair of in-ear ANC headphones ever. Why? They offer controllable noise cancellation, allowing listeners to adjust the amount of ambient sound they hear. It has the same ANC abilities as the QC20s, only these levels can be lowered to hear more of your surroundings. Adjusting this is as simple as changing the volume — just scroll on your device or hit the button on the headphone’s in-line remote — and if the battery dies, or if you shut off the ANC, you can still listen to music.

Buy Now: $299

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23

The ANC23 noise-canceling in-ear headphones aren’t exactly new. They’ve been around since 2012. But as far as bang for your buck, there’s no better pair. The earpieces, which are interchangeable and come in three sizes (small, medium and large), contain miniature microphones that are able to reduce ambient noise by up to 90 percent. They run on a single AAA battery, but if that dies, the headphones still work in a passive mode.

Buy Now: $49

Phiaton BT 220 NC

The BT 220 NCs by Phiaton cancel out 95 percent of outside noise, but that’s just one line item on the stat sheet. They come with Bluetooth 4.0 (featuring aptX as well), so you can leave your smartphone or hi-fi player in your backpack while you travel, and they’re also decked out with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, so you can simply touch a smartphone to the headphones’ dongle, and boom, you’re connected. And for the final bonus, the headphones can connect to two Bluetooth-enabled devices at the same time.

Buy Now: $159


AKG’s in-ear noise-canceling headphones boast powerful, high-quality audio in a simple and practical design. When active, the bass presence in these K391NCs is as good as any on this list. In addition, the headphones have a one-button remote that can switch tracks and answer calls. They also run on a rechargeable battery that can handle 35 hours of listening time on one charge.

Buy Now: $112

B&O Play h4 ANC Headphones

These headphones run on a single electrodynamic 10.8mm driver that produces clear, well-balanced audio (unlike the overpowering bass in Beats by Dre). They’re powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery that, when turned on, gives the headphones 20 hours of ANC play time. Also, the earbuds have memory-foam tips, so even when the ANC is off, the h4s are able to passively block out outside sound very well.

Buy Now: $249

Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Canceling Headphones

The ANC on these headphones is superb. Simply switch them on and you’ll have 16 hours of basically no outside noise. The headphones are equipped with Bose’s proprietary StayHear+ ear tips, which, along with being comfortable, help passively block out ambient noise. If you’re willing to match their $300 price tag, these are probably the best in-ear noise-canceling headphones on the market.

Buy Now: $250

TOP 15 Best Noise Canceling Headphones (2023)

In this TOP, I included the best noise canceling headphones , which cope better than others with the noise of the subway, transport, noisy street, office and voices around. In total, we tested 70 wireless active noise-cancelling headphones, for which we released reviews.

Based on experience, the best wireless noise canceling headphones are models from: Sony, Bose and Sennheiser . Thanks to big research budgets, improving the Noise Canceling system every year, and updating the software of the noise canceling headphones. Big companies, big budgets, big opportunities. It is in the context of noise-canceling headphones that the rule is true: more expensive is better.

Wired noise canceling headphones are rare in 2023 . If you are looking for wired ones, then I included in the TOP one decent wired model with active noise cancellation – Huawei ANC3. But I advise you to take a closer look at the wireless noise-canceling headphones, they are more convenient, and the noise reduction in them is better.

⚖️ Which wireless noise canceling headphones to buy?

The best active noise-cancelling wireless headphones are the full-size models. If you want to get the maximum – take them. There are fewer noise-canceling vacuum TWS headphones with ANC, they are slightly worse than full-size ones in noise suppression. But vacuum and without technical tricks provide good passive sound insulation. By the way, see the best vacuum headphones good with passive noise cancellation. There are few earbuds with noise reduction and noise reduction in them is more for show and gives almost nothing.

Top 15 Best Wireless Active Noise Canceling Headphones (2023):

‘s Chief Competitor

Model Description
1. Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 $380 Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones 2022;
2. Sony WH-1000XM5 $640 Wireless headphones with good microphone and noise cancellation;
3. Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless $370 Best wireless sound canceling headphones under $400;
4. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds $435 Best TWS earbuds with active noise canceling: the most powerful noise canceling among earplugs;
5. Sony WF-1000XM4 $340 Wireless Noise Canceling Phone Headset with Transparency Mode;
6. Bowers & Wilkins PX7 $720 Bluetooth headphones with active noise reduction: good functionality and aptX Adaptive;
7. Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 $250 In-Ear TWS Noise Canceling Headphones: Best Sound Among TWS Under $270
8. Technics EAH-AZ60 380$ TWS headphones with good noise reduction and great sound;
9. Apple Airpods Pro $220 Vacuum Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones with Transparency Mode: perfect for iPhone;
10. Huawei ANC3 50$ Active Noise Canceling Wired Type-C Headphones;
11. JBL Live Pro 2 $160 Vacuum noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones for outdoor and work use;
12. Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 $290 Noise Canceling Earbuds: The Airpods Pro
13. Jabra Elite 4 Active $165 Good wireless noise canceling headphones with great sound;
14. Huawei FreeBuds 4 $150 Best noise canceling in-ear headphones;
15. Huawei FreeBuds 5i $100 Best budget noise canceling headphones under $100.

What is ANC and how does noise reduction work?

How the Active Noise Canceling function works in


ANC (Active Noise Cancelling) – Active Noise Cancellation of the headphones works on the principle of noise inversion, which allows you to drown out the surrounding environment. In simple words, the noise is read by a microphone and the noise wave is mirrored (inverted) into the speakers in order to level it. In the best headphones with active noise cancellation, a high-quality microphone is always built in, and sometimes even 2 or 4 that pick up noise and invert it.

The main disadvantage of noise canceling headphones

The main disadvantage of noise canceling headphones is the personal intolerance of . 10% of people may experience discomfort when using active noise cancellation: headache, dizziness. Reasons: If you get seasick, you definitely won’t be able to use noise canceling headphones properly.

In order to avoid a sudden headache and nausea , you need to listen to noise-canceling headphones before buying 2-3 hours and if everything is fine, then you can safely buy yourself one.

15 Huawei FreeBuds 5i

Best Budget Noise Canceling Headphones Under $100 – Bluetooth 5.2 & LDAC



Huawei FreeBuds 5i – on Aliexpress


Huawei FreeBuds 5i are the best budget noise-cancelling headphones under $100 that will appeal to fans of the “legged” format and those who need maximum functionality and quality for minimum money. The sound is quite versatile, suitable for all genres. On board Bluetooth 5.2, LDAC support, autonomy up to 7.5 hours, smart pause. Active noise cancellation is very good for the money. Noise cancellation works at the level of more expensive models – it dampens the noise of public transport and adds comfort in the office, for example.

14 Huawei FreeBuds 4

Best Noise Canceling In-Ear Headphones – Affordable and Quality TWS


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Huawei FreeBuds 4 are the best noise canceling in-ear headphones that form factor lovers will love. The sound is suitable for electronics, hip-hop and all popular music with electronic bass. There is no lack of low frequencies – which is already good for earbuds. Noise canceling is rare among earbuds. The headphones are semi-open, so the effect of the noise reduction is not the same as in the “gags”, but it is. The rumble of the road, for example, levels out and copes with similar low-frequency monotonous noises.

13 Jabra Elite 4 Active

Good noise canceling wireless headphones with great sound

160 $ ​​



Jabra Elite 4 Active are good wireless noise-canceling headphones that will appeal to sports fans and those looking for comfortable, feature-packed headphones. The sound is good for bass-oriented music: electronic, pop, hip-hop and so on. Important features: IP57 dust and moisture protection, secure and comfortable fit, autonomy up to 7 hours with noise reduction turned on, push-button control and support for a proprietary application. Noise cancellation is working, but simpler than that of the segment leaders. Will add comfort in ground transport and the subway.

12 Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2

Noise Canceling Earbuds – Airpods Pro Main Competitor

Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 are noise-canceling earbuds for those who love the footed format, Android OS and the Huawei brand (optional 😉 ). The sound is detailed and natural – suitable for any music: from pop to classical. Visually (and not only), this novelty is an analogue of AirPods Pro. Although the design is similar to the “apple” model, it also has its own zest. 2 emitters in each earpiece: dynamic and planar. Hi-Res Audio Certified and LDAC 9 Supported0007

High-quality noise reduction – plus or minus at the level of leaders in the face of Bose and Sony. There is an automatic mode, transparency and settings in the application. This is a major improvement over the previous generation of Huawei FreeBuds Pro.

11 JBL Live Pro 2

Vacuum Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones – Outdoor and Work





JBL Live Pro 2 are vacuum noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones that are perfect for transportation, walking or listening in the background while you work. The sound is not bad for the money: the bass is accentuated, but not overblown. Good for any modern music: electronic, hip-hop and so on.

Headphones are distinguished by autonomy up to 10 hours, wireless charging of the case, multipoint, universal design, good microphone for calls and support for a proprietary application. JBL Live Pro 2 are noise-canceling headphones for work: they will reduce ambient office noise. They show themselves well in land transport.

10 Huawei ANC3

Active Noise Canceling Wired Headphones – Budget Vacuum USB Type-C




Huawei ANC3 are wired active noise canceling headphones that are suitable for Type-C phones. The sound is bright and of sufficient quality – good for electronics, pop music, simple rock and alternative. Landing is comfortable and reliable due to additional fastenings. They look universal, the microphone for talking is at a good level.

Noise-canceling wired headphones are an ambiguous idea, because the noise canceler must be powered by something. That is why the connection is implemented via Type-C – the headphones speed up the discharge of the smartphone. The quality of noise reduction is good: it adds comfort in land transport and the subway.

9 Apple AirPods Pro

Vacuum Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones with Transparency Mode – Perfect for iPhone



Apple Airpods Pro are noise-canceling vacuum Bluetooth headphones with transparency mode that will suit all Apple technology lovers. The sound quality and universal – good for any modern music with electronic instruments.

The main features of these Bluetooth noise canceling headphones: impeccable build, beloved design, great work in their ecosystem. By the way, we have a separate rating of Apple models.

Noise cancellation in AirPods Pro headphones is implemented at a very good level. Only slightly worse than analogues from the traditional leaders Bose and Sony. The transparency mode is also good. Headphones for every day for any transport and noisy places.

8 Technics EAH-AZ60

TWS headphones with good noise reduction – LDAC and sound quality



Technics EAH-AZ60 are TWS headphones with good noise reduction for those who need top-end headphones in all respects, but do not want to overpay for more “expensive” brands. Sound “adult” detailed and natural – good for all genres.

These are headphones with good noise reduction and wide functionality: LDAC, multipoint, autonomy up to 7 hours, useful settings in the application. The design is generic for TWS, but not boring. By the way, we have a great rating of True Wireless headphones.

Noise reduction almost falls short of the leaders, but really adds comfort in transport without negative effects. Noise reduction can be adjusted in the app, as is the transparency mode, which works quite well.

7 Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

In-ear TWS noise canceling headphones – the best sound among TWS under $270



Best TWS 🥇



Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 are in-ear noise canceling TWS headphones for those who value sound quality. The presentation is balanced and energetic, not flat (there is an emphasis on bass), but detailed. The sound is suitable for any music except classical. On board Bluetooth 5.2, AAC codecs, aptX and aptX Adaptive + handy phone app.

6 Bowers & Wilkins PX7

Active Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones – Features and aptX Adaptive




Bowers & Wilkins PX7 are high-quality Bluetooth headphones with active noise reduction for lovers of wide functionality, good sound and stylish design. The sound is powerful dark (with an active bass and slightly muffled highs) – best suited for electronics and powerful metal. This model has high-quality noise reduction for transport and the street, SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX HD, aptX Adaptive codecs, a useful application, excellent assembly and beautiful design.

If you’re looking for noise-cancelling over-ear headphones, take a look at the Bowers & Wilkins PX5, a more portable option. The sound is also of high quality, but simpler and with a greater bias in the bass.

5 Sony WF-1000XM4

Wireless Noise Canceling Phone Headset with Transparency Mode




Sony WF-1000XM4 is a wireless noise canceling phone headset with transparency mode for every day use for active city dwellers. The sound is quite detailed with an emphasis on bass – best suited for electronics and popular music, but will cope with other genres. Transparency mode headphones support AAC and LDAC, work up to 12 hours on a single charge. The app has a lot of cool features, including automating noise reduction and improving bad recordings.

Noise canceling is one of the top two in TWS format. Reliably blocks the low-frequency rumble of transport: from the subway to the plane. It also confidently fights against mid-frequency noise, like the sounds of a large office.

4 Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

Best TWS headphones with active noise canceling – the most powerful noise canceling earplugs


Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are the best active noise canceling TWS headphones for those who care about the best noise reduction and complete freedom from wires. The sound is suitable for any music – it is universal and of sufficient quality without accents and distortions. Comfortable fit, autonomy of 6 hours. Noise cancellation is the best among vacuum headphones. It is comfortable and powerful. It does not strain, does not cause difficulties in setting up and copes with the maximum amount of noise: from the low-frequency rumble of the road to the noise of voices in a cafe or office.

3 Sennheiser Momentum 4 Wireless 🥉

Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones Under $400 – AptX Adaptive

🆚 Comparison – Momentum 4 VS Sony XM5 vs Bose 700


Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless are the best wireless noise-canceling headphones under $400 that will appeal to those who are looking for the best sound in wireless headphones and love the strict German style. The sound is dynamic, bright and detailed – with a bass slant, but clean and versatile. Best suited for energetic music. Suitable for any phone, for Android or iPhone – AptX Adaptive and AAC codecs.

2 Sony WH-1000XM5 🥈

Wireless headphones with good microphone and noise canceling – great sound




Sony WH-1000XM5 are wireless headphones with a good microphone and noise reduction, which will suit office workers, those who often travel and use public transport. Sound – suitable for any popular music, hip-hop, electronics. Noise cancellation is second only to Bose: significantly reduces the rumble of an airplane, subway and the sounds of an office or cafe. Many settings in the application, support for AAC and LDAC codecs. Voice transmission has improved compared to 1000XM4. Take a look at Sony’s headphone rankings.

1 Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 🏆

Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones 2022


Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are the best wireless noise canceling headphones of 2023 for those who want the best noise cancellation and stylish design. The sound is universal – for any music, as there are no obvious peaks and dips and the overall quality is at a good level. The noise reduction has many settings, interesting features and a high quality of “cutting off” the outside world – this is the best and most comfortable noise reduction on the market.

TOP-15 best models by price/quality

Noise is an indispensable attribute of city life. Electronics manufacturers offer excellent solutions – active noise-canceling headphones. Check out our list of the best wireless noise canceling headphones of 2023 to find the perfect fit for your needs.

Ranking of the best noise canceling headphones for 2023

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Place Description Price Rating
Best Price/Performance Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones for 2023
1 Philips Fidelio L3 Get the best price 4. 9 / 5
2 Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H95 Get the best price 4.8 / 5
3 Apple AirPods Max RU Get the best price 4.7 / 5
Top Wireless Bluetooth Noise Canceling Headphones
1 JBL Tune 660NC Get the best price 4.9 / 5
2 SVEN AP-B900MV Get the best price 4.8 / 5
Premium wireless noise canceling in-ear headphones
1 Samsung Galaxy Buds Live RU Get the best price 4.9 / 5
2 HONOR Choice Earbuds X Get the best price 4.8 / 5
Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones with Mic
1 Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro Get the best price 4. 9 / 5
2 Razer Opus X Get the best price 4.8 / 5
Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones
1 Sony WH-1000XM4 Get the best price 4.9 / 5
2 HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio Get the best price 4.8 / 5
Best Wireless Noise Canceling In-Ear Headphones
1 Get the best price 4.9 / 5
2 HOCO EW04+ Get the best price 4.8 / 5
Best Inexpensive Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones
1 HIGH-QUALITY MELODIES DYNAMICS LD 02 Get the best price 4. 9 / 5
2 P9 WIRELESS FSN Get the best price 4.8 / 5

Table of Contents

  • Best Noise Canceling Headphones Ranking 2023
  • How to Choose Noise Canceling Headphones
  • Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones Value for Money 2023
    • 1. Philips Fidelio L3
    • 2. Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H95
    • 3. Apple AirPods Max RU
  • Top Noise Canceling Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
    • 1. JBL Tune 660NC
    • 2. SVEN AP-B900MV
  • Best Wireless Noise Canceling Earbuds
    • 1. Samsung Galaxy Buds Live RU
    • 2. HONOR Choice Earbuds X
  • Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones with Mic
    • 1. Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro
    • 2. Razer Opus X
  • Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones
    • 1. Sony WH-1000XM4
    • 2. HU AWEI FreeBuds Studio
  • The best wireless in-ear headphones with noise canceling headphones
    • 1. realme Buds Air 2
    • 2. HOCO EW04+
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  • Which brand to choose
  • Useful video
  • How to choose noise canceling headphones pressure:

    • Construction type – wired , wireless, full size, compact.
    • Frequency range. This parameter determines how good and detailed the playback of files will be. High quality models have a frequency range of 13-27,000 Hz.
    • The impedance of the conventional noise canceling headphones ranges from 16 to 600 ohms.
    • earbuds battery life and time required to charge – these figures will determine whether the battery has enough power to listen to music for a long time or how quickly you can charge the earbuds to continue talking.
    • Comfort. It is important that noise-canceling models are securely attached and do not cause discomfort after prolonged use.

    Best Price/Quality Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones for 2023

    Below are the best wireless headphones with high quality, great functionality and value for their features.

    1. Philips Fidelio L3

    The Philips Fidelio L3 are the best value for money wireless noise canceling headphones for 2023. The design of the headphones combines exquisite premium and strict minimalism. Round cups made of frosted plastic are suspended in an aluminum exoskeleton along a horizontal axis.

    The rings of the exoskeleton frame are connected to the metal headband on hinges, so the cups rotate in three planes, which ensures a comfortable fit. It has 40 mm dynamic transducers, impedance is 16 ohms, sensitivity is 103 dB.

    The required frequency response ranges from 7 to 40,000 Hertz, making the headphones certified for high resolution sound reproduction. There is AAC, aptX and aptX HD in the arsenal, simultaneous connection to two sources (multipoint) is also possible, and Google Fast Pair is available for quick pairing with Android.

    The left earcup has a power button and a USB-C port for charging. On the right is a 2.5 mm jack for an audio cable, a mode switch button (ANC / Aux) and a headset microphone mute button. The main control of the model is carried out using a sensor on the right cup. ANC uses 4 microphones.


    • Minimum repeatable frequency – 7 Hz
    • Maximum repeatable frequency – 40000 Hz
    • Impedance – 16 Ohm


    • good noise reduction
    • live and clear sound
    • strong bass
    • battery holds charge well
    • stable connection
    • smart design
    • comfortable operation
    • convenient operation.


    • The application works poorly.

    2. Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H95

    Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H95 are comfortable wireless noise canceling headphones. Complemented by a built-in DSP and equipped with an active noise reduction system. They receive a signal via Bluetooth version 5.1 and use dynamically tuned next-generation audio codecs ACC and aptX Adaptive.

    Hands-free mode is optimized by the use of four acoustic beamforming microphones at once with improved voice noise reduction.

    Transparency mode is provided for interaction with the outside world. Adjustment of ANC and the level of “transparency” is carried out by a rotating dial on the back of the left earcup. Works with ANC enabled on a single charge for 38 hours. Charging is carried out from a standard USB adapter. If necessary, the headphones can receive an analog audio signal via cable.


    • Impedance – 12 ohms
    • Sensitivity – 101.5 dB
    • Weight – 323 g


    • sound quality;
    • appearance;
    • excellent quality of materials and workmanship;
    • fit on the head is comfortable;
    • active noise cancellation is carried out at a good level;
    • there is a transparency mode;
    • can simultaneously connect via Bluetooth to two devices;
    • charging from a modern USB-C connector.


    • aluminum body is too big and heavy.

    3. Apple AirPods Max RU

    Apple AirPods Max RU are stylish and practical wireless noise canceling headphones. For more convenient use, there is a track switch button. Thanks to the active noise reduction function, extraneous sounds do not bother you.

    Combine stylish design with thoughtful ergonomic design and high sound quality. The over-ear headphones feature dynamic controls that deliver clear, rich sound throughout the entire volume range.

    Active Noise Cancellation blocks outside noise while Head Tracking optimizes audio performance. Transparent mode allows you to hear surrounding sounds.

    Mesh-lined headband and soft foam-filled ear cushions ensure a comfortable fit. The battery provides up to 20 hours of battery life per charge and supports accelerated use of energy resources.


    • Number of microphones – 9
    • Features – microphone, neodymium magnets


    • reliability;
    • sound quality;
    • many modes;
    • fast charge;
    • excellent noise reduction;
    • high quality materials;
    • surround sound;
    • transparency mode;
    • functionality;
    • good autonomy.


    • heavy weight;
    • price.

    Best Noise Canceling Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

    In a noisy city, a noise canceling headset becomes an incredibly useful gadget. High-quality Bluetooth noise-canceling headphones are equipped with all the necessary features.

    1. JBL Tune 660NC

    The JBL Tune 660NC are the best wireless noise canceling Bluetooth headphones. It has excellent technical characteristics for creating surround and rich sound. The accessory is equipped with ear cushions with a closed acoustic design and a headband.

    Lightweight and stylish ergonomic design. The model weighs only 160 g. The headphone speakers support an extended sound range from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, which guarantees the fidelity of all audio components.

    Equipped with a powerful 450 mAh battery that lasts for 40 hours of operation. And using the fast charging function, you can get an additional 2-3 hours of additional work resource. Provides convenient connection to any type of mobile devices via Bluetooth connection. If necessary, the headphones can be folded for transportation in a bag or backpack while traveling. The device is controlled using function buttons.


    • Frequency response – 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    • Impedance – 32 Ohm
    • Type of construction – overhead


    • recognizable attractive design;
    • is available in four colors;
    • easy-to-carry foldable design;
    • great sound with clear bass technology;
    • fast charge;
    • high-capacity battery, sufficient for continuous operation for several days, without additional recharging;
    • ear pads are soft, the pressure on the ears is very weak and quite comfortable;
    • affordable price compared to analogues;
    • high-quality assembly, all elements are well fixed, in places of bends and joints they are easily folded and guided;
    • tactilely pleasant and high-quality dense plastic.


    • is not supported by JBL Headphones.

    2. SVEN AP-B900MV

    SVEN AP-B900MV are reliable noise canceling wireless Bluetooth headphones. It has top swivel cups with soft ear cushions. Due to the foldable design of the model, it takes up minimal storage space. At the same time, the device creates a closed acoustic structure in the frequency range from 20 to 20,000 Hz.

    The battery life of the model reaches 17 hours, which is more than a solid indicator. The range reaches up to 10 m without wires. If necessary, the headset can be connected to a computer or smartphone using a detachable 1.2 m cable. Separately, it is worth highlighting the technology of active noise reduction and the ability to turn on surround sound.


    • Impedance – 32 ohm
    • Weight – 333 g


    • quality assembly;
    • folding design;
    • excellent sound;
    • noise reduction function;
    • minimalistic appearance;
    • high quality materials.


    • soiled materials.

    Top 9 Wireless Noise Canceling In-Ear Headphones0017

    Good headphones with active noise cancellation will take your music to a new level of listening. By blocking out loud extraneous sounds and ambient sounds, they allow you to focus on what you are listening to and turn off everything else.

    1. Samsung Galaxy Buds Live RU

    Samsung Galaxy Buds live RU are the best noise canceling wireless in-ear headphones. Bluetooth connectivity ensures mobility, and a large 60 mAh battery allows them to work up to 6 hours without interruption.

    Also worth noting is the presence of a volume control, which provides optimal comfort when listening to music. The headphones support HFP, AVRC, A2DP work profiles and are fully compatible with iPhone devices.

    Acoustic design with 12mm diaphragms creates detailed and rich sound with deep bass. Synchronization with a mobile device is carried out using Bluetooth technology. Designed in accordance with the IPX2 standard, the headphones are not afraid of dust and moisture. The headphone battery provides about 6 hours of operation.


    • Weight (one earpiece) – 5.6 g
    • Membrane diameter – 12 mm


    • good sound;
    • quick connection;
    • application with settings and equalizer;
    • active noise cancellation;
    • fast charge;
    • beautiful design;
    • compact;
    • implementation quality;
    • different colors;
    • good autonomy.


    • weak microphone, only for ideal conditions.

    2. HONOR Choice Earbuds X

    The HONOR Choice Earbuds X are high quality, noise canceling wireless in-ear headphones. Designed for comfortable watching videos, listening to music, chatting in social networks, playing games and performing other tasks.

    The closed type of the model provides a sufficient level of sound insulation for using the device not only at home, but also in transport. Using the Bluetooth module, you can connect the model to a smartphone, player, tablet, laptop and other devices.

    Touch control panel included for ease of use. With a 500mAh lithium-ion battery, you can use the wireless headphones continuously for 4 hours and standby for up to 40 hours. The model is made of high quality materials that are resistant to UV rays and retain their original appearance for a long time.


    • Type of construction – inserts
    • Microphone – built-in, 100 Hz to 8 kHz


    • good sound;
    • work stably;
    • connect without problems and fast enough;
    • sit well in the ears, do not fall out when tilted;
    • is easy to pull out of the case;
    • indicator light shows charging status;
    • touch control.


    • the cover does not lock when opening and closing.

    Best Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones with Mic

    Best Noise Canceling Headphones with Good Mic for Calling are High Quality and Reasonably Priced.

    1. Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro

    Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro are the best wireless noise canceling headphones with microphone. Thanks to the speakers of optimal size and power, the model reproduces a detailed and clear sound.

    Wireless range up to 10 m. Synchronization of the device with a mobile phone, player or tablet is carried out using Bluetooth technology.

    Support long battery life. This is due to the increased capacity of its own battery. The kit includes three pairs of additional ear pads made of high quality silicone.

    The material does not cause discomfort and allergic reactions even when wearing headphones for a long time. The charging case is designed to replenish battery life. For voice communication, the device has a built-in microphone with a high sensitivity index.


    • Minimum repeatable frequency – 20 Hz
    • Maximum repeatable frequency – 20000 Hz
    • Impedance – 32 Ohm


    • wireless charging case;
    • is a budget option for such characteristics.
    • simple and convenient operation;
    • the presence of a mode of noise reduction and transparency;
    • optimal sound;
    • original and minimalistic appearance;
    • high quality.


    • short battery life.

    2. Razer Opus X

    The Razer Opus X are good wireless noise canceling headphones with a microphone. Large earbuds fit snugly. Soft padding does not adversely affect the skin, creating comfortable conditions even with prolonged use.

    The device has a closed acoustic design, so it does not let in extraneous noise. The wide frequency range provides high quality high and low tones.

    Connect to a smartphone and computer using Bluetooth technology. Thanks to the built-in microphone, you can take phone calls and discuss battle strategy with your teammates. The device is equipped with indicators that notify the user about the inclusion and charge level.


    • Weight – 270 g
    • Membrane diameter – 40 mm
    • Number of microphones – 4


    • quality sound;
    • excellent noise reduction;
    • are comfortable and do not cause discomfort;
    • beautiful design;
    • design.


    • few settings through the application.

    Best Wireless Noise Canceling Over-Ear Headphones

    Over-ear headphones with a headband are highly valued. They are able to provide the best sound quality via Bluetooth and isolate well from external noise.

    1. Sony WH-1000XM4

    The Sony WH-1000XM4 is the ultimate wireless noise canceling over-ear headphone. Thoughtful product design with a closed acoustic design provides a sufficient level of noise reduction. This is achieved, among other things, by supporting dual noise sensor technology.

    Its function is to effectively capture ambient sounds and transmit them to the HD QN1 processor. Due to the use of high-quality materials, they do not put pressure on the ears even after prolonged use.

    Disabled when removed by the user. To do this, the design provides a sensor that determines whether the device is worn. The model connects to the device you are using via a Bluetooth connection.


    • Sensitivity – 105 dB
    • Weight – 254 g


    • active noise cancellation;
    • quality of materials;
    • build quality;
    • case included;
    • phone application is simple and clear;
    • great sound.


    • bulky design.

    2. HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio

    HUAWEI FreeBuds Studio are stylish, over-ear wireless noise canceling headphones. With massive 40 mm drivers (frequency range 4-48000 Hz) and active noise canceling technology, they provide premium high-quality sound.

    The built-in microphone enables communication and transmits the voice clearly to the interlocutor. Synchronization via Bluetooth technology provides wide compatibility and ease of use without the dependency on cables.

    Dual antenna design contributes to a stable signal. The adjustable headband, soft ear cushions and swivel ear cups provide exceptional comfort. The battery is capable of providing about 24 hours of battery life. Additional features include case buttons, intuitive touch controls, fast charging, and a carrying case.


    • Battery capacity – 410 mAh
    • 20 hour active noise canceling time
    • Charging time – 1 hour


    • headphone appearance;
    • additional functions;
    • pleasant sound;
    • light weight;
    • convenient control and switching modes using keys and gestures;
    • does not need a special application for monitoring or control.


    • no wired connection.

    Best Wireless Noise Canceling In-Ear Headphones

    The ranking lists 2 models that feature deep sound, ease of use and effective noise cancellation. The best option for those who like low bass, but are not ready to carry extra weight on their heads.

    1. realme Buds Air 2

    realme Buds Air 2 are the best wireless noise canceling in-ear headphones. Due to its compact size and ergonomic shape, the device does not cause discomfort during long continuous operation.

    They have a built-in microphone that allows you to talk on the phone, record audio messages and use the capabilities of a voice assistant.

    Noise canceling system creates a comfortable environment for communicating with friends and colleagues in the subway, shopping malls, on the street and in other public places.

    Designed with hands-free Profile technology that allows you to control call options when your smartphone is in your bag or pocket. Supplied with additional ear pads in various sizes. The kit also includes a special case with a charge level indicator.


    • Membrane diameter – 10 mm
    • Number of drivers – 1
    • Protection class (IP) – IPX5


    • light;
    • the presence of an automatic pause and an automatic answer;
    • fit well in the ears;
    • noise reduction;
    • multifunctional;
    • fast charge;
    • keeps charging for a long time.


    • easily soiled glossy plastic.

    2. HOCO EW04+

    HOCO EW04+ are all-in-one wireless noise canceling in-ear headphones. The model connects to a smartphone, tablet or laptop using Bluetooth technology. The absence of wires ensures convenient transportation and use. The device is equipped with touch controls.

    Comes with a charging case that extends the use of the model. The model has an ergonomic shape. Thanks to this, the device is firmly fixed and does not fall out during intense physical exertion. For the manufacture of the headphone case, high-quality plastic is used, which is resistant to wear and external influences.


    • Bluetooth version – 5.1
    • Battery capacity – 400 mAh


    • reasonable price;
    • fit comfortably in the ear;
    • excellent sound;
    • there is noise reduction;
    • good quality;
    • charges last all day.


    • inconvenient sensor.

    The Best Inexpensive Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones

    Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) used to be a feature reserved only for the most expensive headphones. However, nowadays you can get surprisingly decent noise cancellation at almost any price.



    HIGH-QUALITY MELODIES DYNAMICS LD 02 are the best affordable wireless noise canceling headphones. Suitable for all phones and smartphones based on Android and iOS. They allow you to move away from the phone at a distance of up to 12 meters without losing sound quality and receiving calls. Spacious sound and good bass.

    When you open the case, the headphones are automatically connected to the phone, they are set up with one touch. Headphones for the phone are equipped with sensors with which you can receive incoming calls, pause the music or switch the song. The charge lasts for 4 hours of listening to music.


    • Impedance – 32 ohm
    • Weight – 48 g
    • Weight (one earpiece) – 12 g


    • connect quickly;
    • microphone is excellent;
    • charging takes little time;
    • good quality;
    • functionality.


    • build quality.


    P9 WIRELESS FSN are budget wireless noise canceling headphones. Functionality includes a memory card-powered MP3 player, wired connection with a 3.5mm mini-jack cable, and operation as a headset with a microphone for a computer.

    This model of Bluetooth headset can work with Apple and Android. Equipped with very soft ear cushions, so they do not cause discomfort even during sports.

    Lightweight design puts no pressure on your ears. The size of the headphones with a microphone for the computer is universal, they are easily adjusted to the desired size and fold compactly.


    • Standby time – 120 hours
    • Talk time – 10 hours


    • great sound;
    • charging takes little time;
    • comfort in use.


    • no charging cable.