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(Pocket-lint) - Wirklich kabellose Ohrhörer sind in den letzten Jahren immer beliebter geworden – und das aus gutem Grund.

Während es bereits vor der Einführung der Apple AirPods im Jahr 2017 völlig kabellose Ohrhörer gab, ist der große Einfluss, den sie hatten, nicht zu leugnen und brachte dem großen Durchbruch in der drahtlosen Audiotechnologie Schwung. Seitdem sind unzählige andere Unternehmen auf den Markt gekommen, darunter die besten Audiomarken.

Es ist also nur richtig, dass wir alle namhaften Optionen getestet haben, um Sie wissen zu lassen, welche die besten kabellosen Ohrhörer sind, die derzeit erhältlich sind. Wenn Sie sich bisher davor gehütet haben, kabellos zu arbeiten, kann diese Liste Ihre Meinung ändern.

Wenn nicht, können Sie stattdessen jederzeit unseren Leitfaden zu den oberen kabelgebundenen Ohrhörern lesen.


Welches sind die besten kabellosen Ohrhörer? Derzeit ist unsere Lieblingsauswahl der Sony WF-1000XM4 . Wir empfehlen jedoch auch, sich die Bose QuietComfort Earbuds , Beats Powerbeats Pro , Klipsch T5 II ANC und Apple AirPods Pro anzusehen .


Unsere Top-Auswahl: Kabellose Ohrhörer

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Sony WF-1000XM4

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Zum

  • Erstaunlicher Klang
  • Hervorragender ANC
  • Toller Fall

Gegen

  • Teuer
  • Etwas spaltendes Aussehen

Sonys erstes Paar rauschunterdrückender kabelloser Geräte wurde mit einer etwas gemischten Reaktion aufgenommen, aber die neueste Generation ist super. Wo diese sich von ihren Rivalen unterscheiden, befindet sich im ANC.

Fügen Sie ANC in Over-Ear-Qualität zu einem Gerät mit großartigem Klang, langer Akkulaufzeit und bequemer Passform hinzu, und Sie haben eine gewinnende Kombination. Aussehen und Design der Ohrhörer mögen die Meinungen teilen, aber das gilt für so ziemlich alle echten drahtlosen Ohrhörer.

Wireless earbuds we also recommend

Here are four other exemplary true wireless earbuds that you could consider.

Wireless earbuds we also recommend

Wireless earbuds are a very personal bit of tech, which is why our top overall recommendation won't be the right pick for every type of listener. Here are four other exemplary true wireless earbuds that you could consider.

Wireless earbuds we also recommend

Wireless earbuds are a very personal bit of tech, which is why our top overall recommendation won't be the right pick for every type of listener. Here are four other exemplary true wireless earbuds that you could consider.

Wireless earbuds we also recommend

Wireless earbuds are a very personal bit of tech, which is why our top overall recommendation won't be the right pick for every type of listener. Here are four other exemplary true wireless earbuds that you could consider.

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Bose QuietComfort-Ohrhörer

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Zum

  • Großartiger ANC
  • Exzellenter Klang

Gegen

  • Mittelmäßige Kontrollen
  • Ziemlich klobige "Knospen"

Bose feiert sein Debüt auf dieser Liste mit einem absolut hervorragenden Paar Ohrhörer, das uns bei der Überprüfung umgehauen hat. Sie bieten hervorragendes Noise Cancelling sowie brillanten Tragekomfort, wie der Name schon sagt.

Musik klingt einfach brillant durch die Ohrhörer, und obwohl die Bedienelemente nicht ganz so intuitiv oder hilfreich sind wie bei einigen anderen, sind sie immer noch mit den besten verfügbaren Sets ganz vorne dabei.

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Beats Powerbeats Pro

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Zum

  • Super fürs Training
  • Wirklich sicherer Sitz
  • Guter Klang

Gegen

  • Weniger erstaunlich für Android

Wenn Sie komfortables Design mit großartigem Sound, langer Akkulaufzeit und Apple H1-Komfort kombinieren, erhalten Sie einen rundum fantastischen Kopfhörer. Und genau das ist der Powerbeats Pro.

Die sanfteren Kurven und Winkel des geformten Kunststoffgehäuses sorgen für ein superleichtes und über lange Zeit äußerst angenehmes Tragegefühl. Es hat auch eine entsprechende Akkulaufzeit mit bis zu 9 Stunden Wiedergabe außerhalb des Gehäuses.

Das ist auch noch nicht alles, da Beats im Besitz von Apple ist, erhält er Zugriff auf die Apple-Technologie, und das bedeutet, dass Sie den gleichen H1-Chip erhalten, der in den AirPods der zweiten und dritten Generation steckt. Das bedeutet einfaches Pairing mit iOS-Geräten und sofortiges Pairing mit jedem Gerät, das dasselbe iCloud-Konto verwendet.

Dann ist da noch der Sound, der angesichts des Powerbeats-Preises wirklich beeindruckend ist. Viel Bass, aber viele Details in den Höhen und Mitten. Einziges Manko ist die fehlende Geräuschunterdrückung.

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Klipsch T5 II ANC

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Zum

  • Tolles Aussehen
  • Einwandfreier Klang
  • Solider ANC

Gegen

  • Eine Preiserhöhung auf die Standardversion

Die Standard-Ohrhörer T5 II von Klipsch haben uns sehr, sehr gut gefallen, aber die neueste Version fügt ANC für einen Blockbuster eines Pakets hinzu, auch wenn dies auch den Preis etwas in die Höhe treibt.

Sie erhalten einen hervorragenden Klang, der ausgewogen und delikat ist, aber je nach Genre auch in brillantes und lautes Terrain stoßen kann. Es hat eine echte Reichweite und eine großartige Hülle zum kabellosen Laden, die sich zufriedenstellend öffnen und schließen lässt.

Die Verarbeitungsqualität ist ausgezeichnet und die Konnektivität ist grundsolide, um insgesamt einen wirklich beeindruckenden Effekt zu erzielen.

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AirPods Pro

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Zum

  • Großartiger ANC
  • Hervorragende iOS-Integration
  • Exzellenter Klang

Gegen

  • Weniger gut auf Android

Die hochwertigsten Ohrhörer von Apple gehören zu den besten auf dem Markt, insbesondere wenn Sie iOS verwenden. Sie verfügen über eine erstklassige aktive Geräuschunterdrückung für diese wichtige Isolierung und die Klangqualität ist wirklich beeindruckend.

Kombinieren Sie das mit einem wirklich bequemen Design und Sie haben Ohrhörer, die sich angenehm tragen lassen. Das sofortige Pairing mit Apple-Geräten und das einfache Wechseln zwischen ihnen ist ein Vorteil gegenüber anderen Ohrhörern, wenn Sie in das Ökosystem investiert sind, und das Gesamterlebnis ist neben erstklassigen Details ein reines Komforterlebnis.

Other products we considered

The Pocket-lint editorial team spends hours testing and researching hundreds of products before recommending our best picks for you. We consider a range of factors when it comes to putting together our best guides including physically testing the products ourselves, consumer reviews, brand quality, and value. Many of the devices we consider don’t make our final best guides.

These are the products we considered that ultimately didn't make our top 5:

Other products we considered

We appreciate that the wireless earbuds listed above may not be to everyone's taste and budget, but we also only want to provide insight and recommend the very top options to consider. 

In order to provide some context to our decision making and testing, as well as give you more suggestions to explore, below are the devices that haven't quite made it into our top picks.

Other products we considered

We appreciate that the wireless earbuds listed above may not be to everyone's taste and budget, but we also only want to provide insight and recommend the very top options to consider. 

In order to provide some context to our decision making and testing, as well as give you more suggestions to explore, below are the devices that haven't quite made it into our top picks.

Other products we considered

We appreciate that the wireless earbuds listed above may not be to everyone's taste and budget, but we also only want to provide insight and recommend the very top options to consider. 

In order to provide some context to our decision making and testing, as well as give you more suggestions to explore, below are the devices that haven't quite made it into our top picks.

How to choose some true wireless earbuds

Scroll back five years or so and wireless earbuds were a fresh new look for the market, but now there are almost countless options to choose from. Here are some key questions that could help you narrow your options down.

What sort of design do you like?

While Apple's AirPods initially dominated the look and feel of almost all earbuds, there's now a real sense of diversity in the market, with earbuds coming in all shapes and sizes. You would be well advised to figure out what sort of look you prefer - whether it's buds with stems, those without, in-ear options or ones that don't have buds at all.

This will help you to narrow down your options drastically, and highlight a few that fit into your favoured style.

Do you want to work out with them?

While most top-end earbuds are now expected to launch with sweat resistance at minimum, some still don't manage to. You should definitely think about whether you plan to do any exercise in your earbuds, or if you're at risk of needing to use them in the rain.

After all, nothing could be more annoying than your earbuds dying because they can't withstand the elements. Of course, if you're only going to use them at home or in public transport, you should be fine regardless.

How key is active noise cancelling?

Active noise cancellation (ANC) is a brilliant bit of technology that filters out background noise around you using microphones onboard the earbuds to determine what to cancel out. When it works well, it's a game-changer that can make it was easier to concentrate on your audio on, for example, trains or planes.

That said, it's also a feature that generally tends to push up the price of the device it's in (although this is becoming less of an issue over time). So, while we think it's a brilliant addition, you could save a chunk of cash by disregarding it.

What's your budget?

Speaking of cash, it's another huge variable in your search for the right earbuds. There are now earbuds out there at practically every price you could think to name, although we still think around £100/$100 is a safe place to start to have more confidence in what you're buying.

If you're happy spending £300/$300, you'll be able to pick up a really superb piece of tech, but if your budget is different the most important thing is to make sure you know what it is!

How to choose some true wireless earbuds

Scroll back five years or so and wireless earbuds were a fresh new look for the market, but now there are almost countless options to choose from. Here are some key questions that could help you narrow your options down.

What sort of design do you like?

While Apple's AirPods initially dominated the look and feel of almost all earbuds, there's now a real sense of diversity in the market, with earbuds coming in all shapes and sizes. You would be well advised to figure out what sort of look you prefer - whether it's buds with stems, those without, in-ear options or ones that don't have buds at all.

This will help you to narrow down your options drastically, and highlight a few that fit into your favoured style.

Do you want to work out with them?

While most top-end earbuds are now expected to launch with sweat resistance at minimum, some still don't manage to. You should definitely think about whether you plan to do any exercise in your earbuds, or if you're at risk of needing to use them in the rain.

After all, nothing could be more annoying than your earbuds dying because they can't withstand the elements. Of course, if you're only going to use them at home or in public transport, you should be fine regardless.

How key is active noise cancelling?

Active noise cancellation (ANC) is a brilliant bit of technology that filters out background noise around you using microphones onboard the earbuds to determine what to cancel out. When it works well, it's a game-changer that can make it was easier to concentrate on your audio on, for example, trains or planes.

That said, it's also a feature that generally tends to push up the price of the device it's in (although this is becoming less of an issue over time). So, while we think it's a brilliant addition, you could save a chunk of cash by disregarding it.

What's your budget?

Speaking of cash, it's another huge variable in your search for the right earbuds. There are now earbuds out there at practically every price you could think to name, although we still think around £100/$100 is a safe place to start to have more confidence in what you're buying.

If you're happy spending £300/$300, you'll be able to pick up a really superb piece of tech, but if your budget is different the most important thing is to make sure you know what it is!

How to choose some true wireless earbuds

Scroll back five years or so and wireless earbuds were a fresh new look for the market, but now there are almost countless options to choose from. Here are some key questions that could help you narrow your options down.

What sort of design do you like?

While Apple's AirPods initially dominated the look and feel of almost all earbuds, there's now a real sense of diversity in the market, with earbuds coming in all shapes and sizes. You would be well advised to figure out what sort of look you prefer - whether it's buds with stems, those without, in-ear options or ones that don't have buds at all.

This will help you to narrow down your options drastically, and highlight a few that fit into your favoured style.

Do you want to work out with them?

While most top-end earbuds are now expected to launch with sweat resistance at minimum, some still don't manage to. You should definitely think about whether you plan to do any exercise in your earbuds, or if you're at risk of needing to use them in the rain.

After all, nothing could be more annoying than your earbuds dying because they can't withstand the elements. Of course, if you're only going to use them at home or in public transport, you should be fine regardless.

How key is active noise cancelling?

Active noise cancellation (ANC) is a brilliant bit of technology that filters out background noise around you using microphones onboard the earbuds to determine what to cancel out. When it works well, it's a game-changer that can make it was easier to concentrate on your audio on, for example, trains or planes.

That said, it's also a feature that generally tends to push up the price of the device it's in (although this is becoming less of an issue over time). So, while we think it's a brilliant addition, you could save a chunk of cash by disregarding it.

What's your budget?

Speaking of cash, it's another huge variable in your search for the right earbuds. There are now earbuds out there at practically every price you could think to name, although we still think around £100/$100 is a safe place to start to have more confidence in what you're buying.

If you're happy spending £300/$300, you'll be able to pick up a really superb piece of tech, but if your budget is different the most important thing is to make sure you know what it is!

How to choose some true wireless earbuds

Scroll back five years or so and wireless earbuds were a fresh new look for the market, but now there are almost countless options to choose from. Here are some key questions that could help you narrow your options down.

What sort of design do you like?

While Apple's AirPods initially dominated the look and feel of almost all earbuds, there's now a real sense of diversity in the market, with earbuds coming in all shapes and sizes. You would be well advised to figure out what sort of look you prefer - whether it's buds with stems, those without, in-ear options or ones that don't have buds at all.

This will help you to narrow down your options drastically, and highlight a few that fit into your favoured style.

Do you want to work out with them?

While most top-end earbuds are now expected to launch with sweat resistance at minimum, some still don't manage to. You should definitely think about whether you plan to do any exercise in your earbuds, or if you're at risk of needing to use them in the rain.

After all, nothing could be more annoying than your earbuds dying because they can't withstand the elements. Of course, if you're only going to use them at home or in public transport, you should be fine regardless.

How key is active noise cancelling?

Active noise cancellation (ANC) is a brilliant bit of technology that filters out background noise around you using microphones onboard the earbuds to determine what to cancel out. When it works well, it's a game-changer that can make it was easier to concentrate on your audio on, for example, trains or planes.

That said, it's also a feature that generally tends to push up the price of the device it's in (although this is becoming less of an issue over time). So, while we think it's a brilliant addition, you could save a chunk of cash by disregarding it.

What's your budget?

Speaking of cash, it's another huge variable in your search for the right earbuds. There are now earbuds out there at practically every price you could think to name, although we still think around £100/$100 is a safe place to start to have more confidence in what you're buying.

If you're happy spending £300/$300, you'll be able to pick up a really superb piece of tech, but if your budget is different the most important thing is to make sure you know what it is!

Mehr zu dieser Geschichte

Jedes Produkt in dieser Liste wurde in realen Situationen getestet, so wie Sie es in Ihrem täglichen Leben verwenden würden.

Wir verwenden kabellose Ohrhörer, seit sie nur Prototypen waren, und haben sie seit ihrer Markteinführung gegeneinander beurteilt. Das bedeutet, ihre Klangleistung bis ins kleinste Detail zu vergleichen.

Wichtig für uns ist auch die Konnektivität und Integration mit der Smartphone-Software sowie die Designelemente, die einige Ohrhörer von der Masse abheben. Wasserdichtigkeit und ANC werden zunehmend zu den Erwartungen von High-End-Knospen, während Batterielebensdauer und Preis ebenfalls wichtige Variablen sind.

In all unseren Einkaufsführern neigen wir dazu, die Vergleiche der Spezifikationen und das Marketingspiel zu überspringen; Wir möchten nur eine leicht verständliche Rezension bereitstellen, die Ihnen eine Vorstellung davon gibt, wie die Verwendung aussehen wird. Unsere Urteile sind prägnant, aber dies dient der Kürze – seien Sie versichert, dass alle Dinge auf dieser Liste vollständig getestet wurden.

In all unseren Ratgebern gibt es auch viele Modelle, die unserer Meinung nach nicht den Schnitt machen.

Schreiben von Cam Bunton. Ursprünglich veröffentlicht am 1 April 2019.