Remember a time when wireless earphones were but fancy gadgets, and mostly, a gimmick? That was a time when wireless earphones were far behind than wired ones in terms of sound quality. There were also connectivity issues and whatnot, due to inferior Bluetooth technology.
However, the present tells a different story. With manufacturers omitting headphone jacks, wireless earbuds have actually become a necessity! Modern wireless earbuds have great audio, face very little connectivity issues, and also give good battery life. And with the likes of Apple AirPods and Galaxy Buds in the market, wireless earbuds have become even more popular. But there are also other good wireless earbuds. So, today we will be listing the best wireless earbuds which you can buy in Nepal at every price range.
When Xiaomi launched the Redmi AirDots, the company claimed it to be the least expensive TWS (truly Wireless Stereo) earbuds. The device launched at just $15 in China, but the international price can be twice that. However, it’s still cheaper than most other wireless earpods out there. Also, it offers rich and clear audio, which is more than decent for the price. It does compromise on the bass, and slightly in terms of treble, but it is decent enough for the price you pay for it.
The AirDots come in a carrying case, resembling the Galaxy Buds. Its packaging is light and small, and with each earbud weighing just 4.1 grams, portability is no issue. In addition, that also means, it won’t weigh on your ears during prolonged usage. There’s a button on each earbud to play/pause music and trigger your voice assistant as well. Also, with a built-in mic, you can also make and receive calls on it. So, you can say, the price to features ratio is good enough.
Remax TWS 3 Wireless Earbuds
Remax has a name for itself when it comes to audio accessories in Nepal. The Remax TWS 3 wireless earbuds is another good option when it comes to budget headphones. The major focus of this Bluetooth earphones is power and portability. The earbuds are small and light and are very comfortable on the ears. And this thing has got a massive 2000mAh battery inside its charging case. The case can charge the earbuds for more than 20 times over on a single charge. So, this is a suitable pair of earphones for your outdoor camping and stuff.
These wireless earphones come with Bluetooth 5.0 connection. So, the connection is of top quality. The Remax TWS 3 also let you connect two mobile phones at the same time. When it comes to quality, the headphones deliver crisp audio. Bass seem to be missing though. Mids and vocal part remain preserved and you won’t notice any major distortions while listening to the audio on high volumes.
Samsung Galaxy Buds
The Galaxy Buds is Samsung’s answer to Apple’s AirPods. It features a sophisticated look and design, due to which the earbuds snuggly fit into the ears without any sort of discomfort. Also, the shape and the rubber tips make for good enough passive noise cancellation as well. These in-ear headphones also come with an active noise cancellation feature, which has to be activated through the Galaxy Wearables app.
In terms of audio, the Galaxy Buds produce good sound. By default, the buds lack a bit of bass but Android users can boost it by using Samsung Wearable app. The same app can also be used to remap the touch-sensitive buttons, which exists on the back of each earbud. The battery life is also truly remarkable on the device. On a signal charge, the Galaxy buds can last up to 6 – 7 hours.
Sony WF-SP700N Wireless headphones
Sony is one of the leading companies in the audio market – not just in the wired segment, but also in the wireless. And in the wireless segment, Sony WF-SP700N is one of the notable performers.
Like most of the wireless earbuds out there, this too comes with a plastic body. It’s light and fits comfortably in your ears. The earbuds also come with projected fins due to which the buds don’t come off easily. These earbuds are also IPX4 certified, meaning its sweat-proof and you can listen to them in slight drizzles, too. With this and its sporty look, the device is most suitable amongst the athletes. They also do really well on canceling out background noise.
In terms of sound quality, these headphones are really great, especially with their loud and crisp audio. You also get an amazing bass as well, if the buds are tightly sealed into the ears.
Apple AirPods 2
Apple products are usually expensive and so is the AirPods 2. But when it comes to audio quality, AirPods 2 stands up top. The original AirPods was already a solid performer. But with the new and improved H1 chip for faster pairing, AirPods 2 has gotten even better.
There are still a lot of cons if you nitpick. AirPods 2 technically are not water or sweat-resistant and there’s no equalizer or ambient-listening mode. But with the audio quality it projects, it overwhelms everyone. You get a clear sound with a surprising level of details. It doesn’t overdo the bass or brings fatiguing highs. So the audio sounds full and balanced. However, the lack of seal or active noise cancellation feature is a bit frustrating since it doesn’t block background noises. When it comes to phone calls though, Apple has said to have improved the quality. Even in the windy places, the earbuds won’t pick up the noise.
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