Mobile Geeks

Best Bluetooth Headphones under $35

With headphone jacks going the way of the dodo the question of the day has become what Bluetooth audio products should you have in your life. Having owned a sleek pair of $399 Dash earbuds, but when you have to replace one for $150, you’ll agree, expensive wireless headphones are dumb.

I’m going to make a few suggestions for buds that you won’t loose while running for the train. Before we dive in I’m going to list Bluetooth (BT) aptX as a pro for a few of the headsets. Most headsets have SBC which supports sampling frequencies up to 48 kHz, bit rates up to 198 kb/s for mono streams and 345 kb/s for stereo streams. For comparison, aptX HD transfers audio at up to 576 kb/s for a 24-bit 48 kHz file, which allows for higher quality audio data to be moved more quickly. If you’re someone who really notices audio quality you should probably be spending more on your headphones, however, if you’re on a budget over the ear headphones provide fuller sound and the aptX codec will give you a better shot at the best sound quality in this price point.

I haven’t used all of these, but each does come as a personal recommendation from another tech reviewer or a friend.


VAVA MOOV 28 – Solid All Around Headset

These graced my purse for a few weeks before my dog ate them, the long battery life and good sound put them at the top of my list. Since didn’t get to use them for very long, I looked around the web for some long-term reviews I noticed that BGR thinks they sound better than Apple’s AirPods.

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TaoTronics 4.1 In-Ear – Audio lover

A runner I know vouched for these, usually clocking a minimum of 50km a week I would give these a runners seal of approval.

Con


Mpow Thor Bluetooth Headphones On-Ear

Over the ear headphones are a fashion statement, they’re big so usually they’ over $30 because companies have a design tax. We have yet to find a truly svelt over the ear at this price point, but the Mpow aren’t bad. If you look closely they do look budget, but if style isn’t at the top of your list then you’ll be happy with these ok looking great sounding headphones.

Con


Aukey Latitude EP-B40 – 2 Year Warranty

Aukey Latitude EP-B40 is a recommendation from a cute guy I struck up a conversation with at the gym. Which is why I looked them up to see if anyone else vouched for them, lucky for him, Wirecutter has named them their top budget gym pick.

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Right now for Black Friday the Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones are on sale for $79.99 down from $129.99, it’s not $35, but if you’re after great sound quality, this is probably as close as you’ll get.

Bose SoundTrue Ultra in-ear headphones – Apple devices Charcoal

Price: $99.00

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11 used & new available from $99.00