Best wireless earbuds 2019: the mozaart.com selection

Want to listen to the best music with the very best hardware? Just keep reading.

They are styled, the are convenient, they deliver best-in-class audio performance, they have awesome battery life. There is no more reason for you not to treat yourself with one of these.

1. Cambridge Audio Melomania

High tech, high value earbuds. Unbelievable audio quality in pure wireless earbuds

  • Weight: 9.2g
  • Battery life : 9h
  • Battery life(with case): 36h

Cambridge used to deliver high quality high price audio devices. But it's the first time they attack the market of earbuds. The Melomania are not cheap. But they are a lot cheaper than the Sony WF-1000XM3 Wireless Earbuds.

They are full of cutting edge technology. Among which bluetooth 5.0 which is more power-efficient and has better performance. They use graphen-reinforced drivers

With this price to quality ratio, they earned to our opinion the first place in our list

£119.95 View at Amazon

2. Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless Earbuds

Sony delights us with audio quality and noise cancellation

  • Weight: 8.5g x2
  • Battery life : 6h with noise cancelling 8h without
  • Battery life(with case): 24h (3 charge)
  • Bluetooth : 5

Sony managed to put true noise cancelling in a small pair of true wireless earbuds. But furthermore, the level of performance of the noise cancellation is impressive. Leveraging the years long experience of Sony in noise cancellation, the WF-1000XM3 use a two source noise detection coupled with the high performance QN1e processor to make this small miracle happen.

On the audio side, the audio quality is very good. Not quite at the level of the best headphone but quite close. So close in fact it make you reconsider the necessity to wear a heavy headphone set.

Finally, the Sony WF-1000XM3 are beautifully designed. All of this comes at a price: 229€ is the starting price.

£209.00 View at Amazon

3. RHA MA390 Wireless - Neckbuds

It does a good job for the price

  • Weight: 24g
  • Battery life: 8h

Neckbuds still have greater battery and wireless performance. So if you want to consider the neckbuds aswell, you might be interested in the RHA MA390.

They are one of the best pair of neckbuds you can buy. The audio quality is very good for a very reasonable price and they are build in a solid way, so they will probably last.

£86.50 View at Amazon

4. Optoma NuForce BE Sport4 - Neckbuds

Very good for active music lovers

  • Weight: 16g
  • Battery life: 10h

The Sport4 are primarly conceived for the sport. They are perfect at the gym, but they are perfectly usable throughout your day.

Good audio quality, great battery life, a price that is accessible to most. What is there not to like?

£64.99 View at Amazon

5. RHA T20i - Neckbuds

Expansive but amazing sound

  • Weight: 41g
  • Battery life: 8h

Neckbuds still have greater battery and wireless performance. So if you want to consider the neckbuds aswell, you might be interested in the RHA MA390.

They are one of the best pair of neckbuds you can buy. The audio quality is very good for a very reasonable price and they are build in a solid way, so they will probably last.

£135.00 View at Amazon

Conclusion

Here is the result of our benchmark

  1. Cambridge Audio Melomania
  2. Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless Earbuds
  3. RHA MA390 Wireless - Neckbuds
  4. Optoma NuForce BE Sport4 - Neckbuds
  5. RHA T20i - Neckbuds