Smartphones over the years have seen some serious improvements to the stock speakers; however, they’re still not worth writing home about it. Many of them still sound distorted, and some even canny, unfortunately. That makes it difficult to listen to music on the go, but you can quickly transform the low sound quality into something high-end with a pair of wireless headphones. Even spending just a couple of dollars can be a night and day difference in sound quality.
If you’re looking for a great pair of wireless headphones to go with your OnePlus 6T, be sure to follow along below. We’ll show you the best picks for your smartphone. Here we go!
Bang & Olufsen Play
The first contender on our list of best wireless headphones for OnePlus 6T are the Bang & Olufsen Play headphones. B&O is known for being a high-end maker of audio products, and they don’t slouch on their Play headphones either. Connect these up to your OnePlus 6T over Bluetooth, and you’ll immediately transform your sound into something magical. Made out of premium materials, the Bang & Olufsen Play headphones are extremely comfortable, sturdy, and will last you a long time — their over the ear style also provides a level of noise cancellation, too.
These actually don’t have any physical buttons on them. It’s all touch controls. Different motions on one of the ear cups will help you adjust volume, skip tracks, repeat, and more.
Bowers and Wilkins PX
If you don’t like the high price of Bang & Olufsen, we totally understand. That’s why the Bowers and Wilkins PX are such a nice second place on our list. These come at a much more affordable price, but still will sound excellent with your OnePlus 6T. They connect up to your phone over Bluetooth seamlessly.
Bowers and Wilkins PX does have a fairly unique design, and that’s because they’re essentially a more stylish and modern pair of headphones. The sound quality in these sound excellent, and will perform well whether you’re casually listening to music or are a professional looking for every detail and noise in a track.
Sony’s WH1000XM2 comes in as the third contender on our list, and are a great pair of headphones for all types of use. Whether you’re using them to listen to your favorite music in a coffee shop or to hear every detail in a track, the Sony WH1000XM2’s perform well. Sony has really nailed the sound reproduction formula here, offering you a perfect balance between mids, treble, and bass. These headphones are extremely comfortable with the premium ear cups. With their over the ear style and noise cancellation technology built-in, ambiance stays outside of these headphones.
Jaybird is a brand that has been raved about substantially. If you don’t like the high price points of Beats or Bang & Olsen, the Jaybird X3’s are an excellent alternative at a modest price point. These fit comfortably in the ear and sound great. They have a long eight hour battery life, so you should be able to use these for hours at a time without a hitch. The Jaybird X3’s do have an inline remote, which makes it easy to take calls while on the go, skip tracks, adjust volume, and more.
The Jabra Elite’s might be the last contender on our list, but they’re the perfect wireless option for someone that hits the gym or runs and jogs regularly. They have an even lower profile than Apple’s own AirPods, fit in the ear securely, and sound great. You’ll be able to listen to a wide range of genres with these, no problem! And if you discover that you need to take a call while you’re on the go, the Jabra Elite’s can handle it no problem — with a built-in microphone you can easily take calls hands-free.
These have a battery life of just 4.5 hours, but they can be juiced up pretty quickly with the wireless charging case they come with.
If you’re looking for a way to listen to your music in private, increase the sound quality of your music, or are just looking for a hands-free way to listen to music, almost any one of these headphones will do just fine. However, if you’re looking for the creme of the crop in headphone technology, the B&O Play or the Jabra Elite’s for more portability.
Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments section below. We’d love to hear from you!