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Pump up the volume: best wireless earbuds

Enhance your listening experience with these hassle-free devices

The newest range of listening accessories offer not only superb sound quality but also noise-cancelling technology, sleek design and no pesky wires to untangle.  

Wireless earbuds are a must-have item to enhance your on-the-go listening experience for music, podcasts, audiobooks and films.

Here are some of the best on the market right now.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 

These premium earbuds deliver great sound and are packed with features, including solid noise-cancelling. The battery provides up to seven hours of uninterrupted play time that can be extended a further 21 hours with the charging case.

£279; sennheiser.com

AirPods Pro 

Apple’s first noise-cancelling earbuds are comfy in the ear and offer a nice sound. You can squeeze the stem to answer calls and activate Siri, and can then command the virtual assistant to perform tasks such as adjusting the volume.

£249; apple.com

Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 

Famed for its hi-fi systems, Cambridge Audio has now made its first wireless earbuds – and they’re really good. The sound is superb, and the battery life is up to nine hours while the charging case holds a further 36 hours, or four full charges.

£119.95; cambridgeaudio.com

Beats by Dre Powerbeats Pro 

If you’re nervous about losing tiny earbuds while exercising, the over-ear Powerbeats are a sensible option. The charging case is on the large side, but the buds provide a great bass sound and come in eight colours. 

£219.95; argos.co.uk

Sony WF-1000XM3 

The noise-cancelling technology is a cut above the rest in these stylish and comfortable earbuds from Sony. They have six hours of battery life, plus 18 more with the charging case.

£149; johnlewis.com

Marshall Mode II
Marshall Mode II

Marshall’s first wireless in-ear headphones, the Mode II, deliver five hours of wireless playtime, come equipped with a charging case and are designed to fit securely and comfortably. They are available for pre-order now with shipping on 18 March.

£159.99; marshallheadphones.com

Main image: sennheiser.com

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