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Summarize this content to 100 words Doing away with cables—or at least, the minimization of them—has been one of the best advances in modern earbuds. Another is good active noise cancelling, which makes wireless earbuds incredibly useful for noisy situations like an open-air office or travel. Apple’s AirPods are probably the best known set of wireless earbuds, but plenty of other great pairs exist, too. It can make deciding on a set harder, especially since wireless earbuds vary widely on price and capabilities. Some might be better for audiophiles, while others are more suitable for active sports. Our picks for best wireless earbuds cover all the bases, so you can easily find a pair that meets your particular needs. And if you’re looking for more help on how to choose wireless earbuds, read our guide that follows our top recommendations. Updated 2/10/23 with the answers to several frequently asked questions about wireless earbuds. 1. Jabra 85t – Best all-around wireless earbuds Pros Strong active noise canceling Clean, neutral sound Easy EQ customization Highly portable case Physical control buttons Cons Less battery life than rival buds Overcompressed microphone output Fit skews toward smaller ears Price When Reviewed: $229.99 People with smaller frames will find the Jabra 85t an extremely compelling set of true wireless earbuds—this set blends excellent sound and superb active noise-canceling in a compact package, while fitting very snugly in your ears. The Jabra 85t also sports physical buttons for controls, making them far less prone to accidental input. Moreover, these buds are highly customizable across the board. If you make lots of phone calls or need a bit of battery life, other earbuds may be a better match, but otherwise, this set is a great choice. Read our full Jabra 85t review 2. Apple AirPods Pro – Best for iPhone users Pros Excellent fit and comfort Compact wireless charging case Good active noise reduction Cons Sound quality is a little bland for the price Battery life is just okay Price When Reviewed: $249 You don’t buy AirPods (or AirPods Pro) because they deliver the ultimate listening experience. You buy them because they sound good, provide good active noise cancellation, and are super easy to connect to all your Apple gear. Oh, and they’re compact, work hands-free with Siri, and are incredibly comfortable. It’s not difficult to find wireless earbuds that do one or two things better than the AirPods Pro, but for users of Apple products, it’s really hard to find earbuds that do so many things so right. The AirPods Pro live at the sweet spot of comfort, ease of use, features, and sound quality.  3. Apple Powerbeats Pro – Best for iPhone users runner-up Pros Good sound quality Comfortable fit Epic battery life Cons Pricey Case is too big for your pocket Price When Reviewed: $249.95 The Powerbeats Pro are Beats’ first true wireless earbuds, and they neatly package up the AirPod experience for an active lifestyle. With the same H1 chip as in second-gen AirPods, these buds provide the same pairing and syncing experience, as well as hands-free “Hey, Siri” capabilities—all while sporting a design similar to Powerbeats 3, only slightly smaller and lighter. Sound quality is quite good, as is battery life—better than AirPods, thanks to the rubberized tips that fit snug in your ears. The Powerbeats Pro offer better bass response than AirPods, too, without going overboard as other Beats gear does. They’re also splash and sweat proof, and stay put in your ears through all sorts of rigorous physical activity. 4. Bose QuietComfort Earbuds – Best for active noise cancelling Pros Superb active noise canceling Extremely clean, neutral sound Good touch controls Straightforward EQ customization Easy to use companion app Cons Huge charging case Less battery life than advertised Just one customizable touch input Price When Reviewed: $279.00 Looking for true wireless earbuds with the best active noise-cancelling? The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are what you seek. Noisy environments fade into the background with these in-ear. You also get superb audio for music playback that provides good separation between different elements. If you prefer neutral sound profiles, you’ll love these buds. Their primary weakness is size—both the earbuds and the charging case are large, and the latter doesn’t comfortably fit into pockets. But if you can live with that sacrifice, you’ll enjoy these stellar buds. Read our full Bose QuietComfort Earbuds review 5. Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus – Best for audiophiles Pros Outstanding sound quality Bespoke materials and excellent build quality USB-C charging Control buttons are easy to find and use Bluetooth 4.2 – aptX Flawless connectivity during testing Cons Battery case is a scratch and fingerprint magnet Expensive Price When Reviewed: $249.00 When we reviewed the original Master & Dynamic MW07, they had a pretty short battery life. But that didn’t keep us from selecting it as our favorite pair of truly wireless earbuds for audiophiles. Offering excellent aural separation and a surprisingly wide sound stage, the MW07 filled our ears with rich, punchy bass, clear mids, and crisp high-frequency audio. Everything we listened to on them sounded great, and finding a good seal and comfortable fit was achievable for most people. So when Master & Dynamic launched the MW07 Plus, which extended battery life by hours and added active noise cancelling, that only improved this top pick. If you want to experience all your media to their fullest, this is the pair for you. 6. Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro – Best value Pros Excellent value Clean, well-balanced audio Good active noise-cancelling Highly customizable controls Cons Fiddly controls Mediocre multipoint Bluetooth support Occasional call drops when switching audio devices Price When Reviewed: $169.99 Anker’s Soundcore line of earbuds takes its name seriously. The Liberty 3 Pro in particular offers clean, crisp audio paired with pleasing bass, as well as solid active noise cancelling. And you get all this for $100 less than top-tier buds. Of course, such affordability comes with some sacrifices, but you can work around them easily. You probably won’t even mind doing so, since the Liberty 3 Pro delivers where it counts. Read our full Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro review 7. Sony WF-1000XM4 – Honorable mention Pros Warm, well-balanced sound Strong battery life Customizable EQ settings Compact case Decent active noise cancellation Easy-to-use app Cons Sensitive touch controls Good in-ear seal can be a little difficult Ambient sound mode can be disorienting Active noise cancellation weak against road noise Price When Reviewed: $279.99 The Sony WF-1000XM4’s improvements over the previous generation keep them a top contender among true wireless earbuds with active noise cancelling. They provide warm, well-balanced audio, good battery life, and decent ANC, and Sony’s app makes it easy to adjust sound profiles or level of noise cancelling to your taste. One of the strongest standout features of the WF-1000XM4 is its compact size. Its charging case slips into the smallest pockets with ease, while still providing multiple charges. Most people looking for a highly portable set of TWS buds with good all-around performance will find these a solid choice. Read our full Sony WF-1000XM4 review What to look for in wireless earbuds Sound Sounding good is a set of earbuds’ primary purpose. When you invest in a new pair of wireless earbuds, it’s fair to assume that they should make everything sound its best—especially given how much true wireless models cost. Our sound tests span different genres and feature strong, layered performances. When we play songs, we pay attention to low-, mid-, and high-frequency performance, and whether they provide a broad, rich soundstage. We also listen for any sign of distortion at low or high volumes. We use the earbuds in our daily lives for a minimum of three hours a day over the course of a week or more, making sure to take in at least one TV show or movie. (This allows us to verify how well the audio keeps in sync with the video we see.) Finally, we pay attention to incoming and outgoing call quality, to make sure that we can hear and be heard easily. Not all earbuds will nail every single category with best-in-class performance. And how well they do is influenced by price—you can’t expect first-class when paying for bottom of the barrel. But in general, you should aim for clear audio playback with good separation, minimal distortion at high volume, and microphone performance that reproduces your voice…

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