Truly wireless freedom

with Qualcomm® aptX™ audio

The age of truly wireless

Take a look around on your morning commute or the next time you’re at the gym. You’ll probably notice more people than ever before with wireless earbuds nestled in their ears enjoying their favorite music or listening to the latest podcast. Since the first truly wireless earbuds were launched around 6 years ago earbuds of this type have grown massively in popularity with our busy lifestyles driving demand for total wireless freedom, portability and extended battery life. 


We’ve answered some of your most frequently asked questions below to help you understand a bit more about the technology and help you pick your next set of truly wireless earbuds.

Sometimes called cord-free or cordless, these earbuds are designed without any wires, not even a wire connecting each in-ear headphone. True wireless headphones offer a truly tangle-free experience that allows you to move freely while you work out, commute and more. You'll also find options with biometric monitoring, noise cancellation and integrated voice assistants.
Not necessarily, sound quality depends on a number of different factors including the quality of the drivers that are used within your earbuds or headphones. All of the truly wireless headphones below use aptX audio technology to ensure that the wireless audio is high quality and the connection is robust, so you don’t get interruptions to your sound. Some of the latest truly wireless earbuds even have Active Noise Cancellation to block out unwanted sounds so you can have a truly immersive listening experience no matter where you are.
It all depends on which product you choose but many of the devices available can last for many hours without needing to be recharged. They are also generally supplied with a convenient storage case that can also recharge the earbuds when they are not in use. Even when additional features like Active Noise Cancellation and Voice Assistants are used, the battery can still last for many hours at a time. Battery life varies significantly with settings, usage, and other factors.
You can use true wireless earbuds for all of the things you would normally use your over-ear headphones for, whether it’s listening to music or making voice calls at home, at work or on the go. Because of their compactness and extended battery life they are particularly well-suited to being used when travelling, commuting and working out.