All You Need to Know About Wireless Headphones
January 12, 2017 (2 Comments) by Evan Coughlan

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I believe it was the great philosopher, Mick Jagger, who said ‘You Can’t Always Get You Want’ and that is particularly true of wireless headphones, that is unless you’ve a few hundred quid stuffed under your mattress, of course. There’s no point in beating around the bush here, top quality wireless headphones are expensive, really expensive!

Like any other form of technology today, your pair of wireless headphones will be either broken or out of style within a few years of purchasing, so what’s the point in spending a week’s wages on a pair, am I right?

Let’s take a look at the three most important things when you’re considering purchasing a pair of wireless headphones!

Branding & Style

Okay, everybody knows somebody who has a pair of Beats and, let’s be honest, we’re all a little bit jealous of them. Beats look the part, there’s no disputing that, and are without a doubt leading the way when it comes their brand. However, unfortunately for Dr.Dre, Beats are by no means the best wireless headphones on the market when it comes to quality as Sony, Sennheiser & Bose regularly rank higher on ‘the best headphones on the market’ type polls.

Whichever brand you decide to purchase, remember it’s not how good you look in them, it’s the quality of sound coming out of them, so shop around and don’t confine yourself to Beats.

sennheiser

Price

The biggest part of any decision when deciding to buy anything is ‘how much money can I afford (or willing) to spend?’. If you’re considering shelling out €300 – €400 for a pair of wireless headphones, the good news is you’ll be getting the best wireless headphones that money can buy, ’cause they don’t come much pricier than that.

On the other hand, if you’re not willing to spend that  much money, there are definitely a few cheaper alternatives that you should look into, with brands like Sony, Philips & JBL providing quality wireless headphones for less than €100.

sony-wireless-headphones

Where to Buy

While buying a pair of wireless headphones on the internet is quick and painless, the biggest recommendation we at The Sharpe would suggest before buying any type of headphones, or tech gadget, is to go and see what they look like in person before making that all important purchase. It might sound old fashioned I’ll admit, but you definitely won’t regret going and having a look at the headphones face to face.

Of course, there are many stores across the country which sell wireless headphones but it’s important to stick to ones that deal with technology and headphones on a regular basis, so go to the likes of Harvey Norman’s and talk to one of the store assistants; they’ll only be happy to help.

harvey-norman-shopfront

If I could leave you with one tip before I finish, it would be to do your research before you jump into buying your wireless headphones as you will discover that it’s not all about the Beats at the end of the day.

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All You Need to Know About Wireless Headphones
January 12, 2017 (2 Comments) by Evan Coughlan

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I believe it was the great philosopher, Mick Jagger, who said ‘You Can’t Always Get You Want’ and that is particularly true of wireless headphones, that is unless you’ve a few hundred quid stuffed under your mattress, of course. There’s no point in beating around the bush here, top quality wireless headphones are expensive, really expensive!

Like any other form of technology today, your pair of wireless headphones will be either broken or out of style within a few years of purchasing, so what’s the point in spending a week’s wages on a pair, am I right?

Let’s take a look at the three most important things when you’re considering purchasing a pair of wireless headphones!

Branding & Style

Okay, everybody knows somebody who has a pair of Beats and, let’s be honest, we’re all a little bit jealous of them. Beats look the part, there’s no disputing that, and are without a doubt leading the way when it comes their brand. However, unfortunately for Dr.Dre, Beats are by no means the best wireless headphones on the market when it comes to quality as Sony, Sennheiser & Bose regularly rank higher on ‘the best headphones on the market’ type polls.

Whichever brand you decide to purchase, remember it’s not how good you look in them, it’s the quality of sound coming out of them, so shop around and don’t confine yourself to Beats.

sennheiser

Price

The biggest part of any decision when deciding to buy anything is ‘how much money can I afford (or willing) to spend?’. If you’re considering shelling out €300 – €400 for a pair of wireless headphones, the good news is you’ll be getting the best wireless headphones that money can buy, ’cause they don’t come much pricier than that.

On the other hand, if you’re not willing to spend that  much money, there are definitely a few cheaper alternatives that you should look into, with brands like Sony, Philips & JBL providing quality wireless headphones for less than €100.

sony-wireless-headphones

Where to Buy

While buying a pair of wireless headphones on the internet is quick and painless, the biggest recommendation we at The Sharpe would suggest before buying any type of headphones, or tech gadget, is to go and see what they look like in person before making that all important purchase. It might sound old fashioned I’ll admit, but you definitely won’t regret going and having a look at the headphones face to face.

Of course, there are many stores across the country which sell wireless headphones but it’s important to stick to ones that deal with technology and headphones on a regular basis, so go to the likes of Harvey Norman’s and talk to one of the store assistants; they’ll only be happy to help.

harvey-norman-shopfront

If I could leave you with one tip before I finish, it would be to do your research before you jump into buying your wireless headphones as you will discover that it’s not all about the Beats at the end of the day.



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