Bud­get wire­less head­phones

The price of un­teth­ered head­phones has plum­meted, but is it re­ally pos­si­ble to get qual­ity wire­less tunes on the move for un­der £50?

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There’s a war go­ing on right now. At the bud­get end of the au­dio mar­ket, head­phone mak­ers are duk­ing it out, cram­ming in more tech in their buds and cans than ever, in a bid to one up each other. The re­sult? You can now buy sweet-sound­ing wire­less head­phones for a sur­pris­ingly small amount of cash.

Nat­u­rally, we – as stal­warts of high-end gad­getry – would nor­mally rec­om­mend splash­ing out to make sure you get top-tier sound from Blue­tooth head­phones, but even we can see the ben­e­fits of the less is more ap­proach. Spend un­der £50 on a pair of wire­less head­phones, and you can take them any­where without wor­ry­ing about them get­ting dam­aged or lost.

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