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With so many headphones options, the process of buying a pair can feel overwhelming. If you have no idea where to start, we recommend that you consider the following questions and make a list of the features that matter most to you. From there, you can compare your needs to the specifications of the headphones and decide how best to spend your money.

How will you use your headphones? Are you looking for an all-purpose pair that you can take everywhere? Or do you have a specific use in mind, such as travel, workouts, TV watching, office use, or gaming? Some headphones do nearly everything well, while others excel at a certain task. Are you mostly listening to music, or do you need good microphone quality for phone calls and video chats? For office use and gaming, a headset with a boom mic or background-noise reduction might be the way to go. Do you need your earbuds to be waterproof or sweatproof for workouts? By narrowing down and prioritizing specific features, you can focus on spending your money where it counts and skip the unnecessary extras.

What devices will you be connecting to? Depending on what devices you use every day, you may want to choose a pair that works well with any operating system or one that is specifically designed to unlock specialized features on your phone or tablet. How important is voice control, and are you tied to a certain platform, such as Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant? If you want to connect to a tower PC that has no wireless connectivity, you may want a pair that connects with a wire or USB, depending on what type of outputs your computer has.

What (and how intuitive) are the control options? When it comes to controlling power, volume, track skip, and the like, do you prefer physical buttons or touch-sensitive pads? We recommend that you try both kinds of controls before you buy, if possible. If dexterity concerns are a factor for you, consider over-ear designs, which often have larger surface areas for the controls compared with true wireless earbuds.

Who this is for: The Jabra Elite 85h has an intuitive design with a comfortable fit and great battery life, making it an excellent choice when you want a convenient and long-lasting wireless listening experience.

Who this is for: This wireless headphone system is for someone who wants to watch TV or play video games without disturbing others in their household, or someone who needs to listen at a higher volume to hear dialogue properly.

Why we like it: The JBL Reflect Aero TWS true wireless earbuds have a high level of protection against water and sweat (with an IP68 rating), and they should stay securely in place when you exercise, thanks to the stabilizing wings. The sealed design and active noise cancellation will reduce the sounds of traffic or workout equipment, while the natural-sounding hear-through mode lets you have quick conversations when needed. The eight hours of battery life is good for true wireless earbuds, and the pocket-sized case offers up an additional 16 hours of juice. The large, touch-based controls are easy to learn and use, and Google and Alexa users will appreciate the hands-free, voice-activated-assistant compatibility. Out of the box, the Reflect Aero TWS earbuds sound good, but you can also fine-tune the sound using the app.

Flaws but not dealbreakers: The stabilizing wings may bother people with sensitive ears or small ear canals. While the touch-based controls are easy to use, you can only assign two sets of controls: playback controls, ANC/hear-through controls, or volume controls (not all three at the same time). We also wish the case supported wireless charging.

Why we like it: The 1More Piston Fit BT is rare as far as inexpensive Bluetooth earbuds are concerned because this pair sounds great and works well. The neckband-style design is lightweight and comfortable, and the controls are straightforward and easily accessible with one hand. Additionally, the microphone sounds clear over phone calls, the Blue


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