Best Bluetooth Earbuds of 2020

In these uncertain times…Well, that’s it, really. These are uncertain times. But here’s something for certain. The following list of earbuds are the best of 2020 in every price range. So, hold onto you your panties, which you have probably been wearing for a couple of days, and take a ride with me as we explore the Best Bluetooth Earbuds of 2020.

What Are the Best Wireless Earphones of 2020?

Under $300

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

Without question, the superstar of 2020 has to be the Momentum True Wireless 2. Sennheiser’s first true wireless model received mixed reviews because of its short battery life and various design flaws. It’s a shame, because they were the best sounding wireless earphones on the market. So, Sennheiser went back to the drawing board and extended battery life to an impressive 28 hours with 7 hours of playtime at a time. Time after time. They also improved the ergonomics of the shells and fixed all the glitches. And they’ve added active noise cancelling technology to boot. The result is a new and improved true wireless earphone with the same impressive sound. Rich bass, a lush midrange and transparent highs make these buds a satiating listen. You can also change the balance of the sound with the included equalizer via Sennheiser’s accompanying app. If you’re looking for the best true wireless model on the market, this is probably it.

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Audio-Technica ANC300TW

Now, I haven’t always been the biggest fan of Audio-Technica’s previous true wireless models. But I have to say, the new ANC300TW is undoubtedly Audio-Technica’s best true wireless models to date. Full bodied sound meets a tight bass and versatile sound signature to fit any genre. You can expect comprehensive functionality using the buttons on the earpieces. And I found the fit to be perfect. Also, if you’re into active noise-cancellation, you’ll probably be impressed with the hybrid ANC technology that the company has incorporated into this model. It may not have all the frills of the Sennheiser True Wireless 2, but it’s also 70 bucks cheaper at $229. A solid buy.

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Under $200

Most of the following earphones are not new to 2020. And that’s true for a couple of reasons. The first reason is Covid. And the second reason is that the earphones, though released in previous years, have stayed on the market for a reason. They all remain best sellers.

Audio-Technica CK3TW

Another Audio-Technica winner is the CK3TW. Again, very few frills. But well built, great fit and quality sound that works across all genres of music. Buttons on the earpieces give you all the functionality too. In terms of sound and design, it’s hard to beat at $119.

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JBL Reflect Flow

JBL rarely disappoints me when it comes to their sports earphone lineup. For sports applications, the Reflect Flow delivers on every level. With a snug seal and interchangeable wing tips, the fit is super secure. You can do handstands and jumping jacks, and these buds won’t fall out. These buds also have an IPX7 waterproof rating, which means they can withstand buckets of sweat and even a quick splash under the sink. The sound is decent as well. In true JBL fashion, you can expect a thick and punchy bass, full midrange and high frequencies that are easy on the ears. For sports, you probably won’t find a better true wireless earphone for 150 bucks.

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RHA TrueConnect

The RHA TrueConnect has been on the market for a couple of years now. And it remains a winner in 2020. They’ve changed the packaging and added a couple of new colors since the first release. With a fat bass, great call clarity and easy to navigate controls, these buds don’t only sport a classy design, but have also proven to be reliable. I bought a few pairs for my family members last Christmas. That’s how I know. In these uncertain times, I also appreciate the 3 year warranty that RHA provides.

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Sennheiser HD1 Free / Momentum Wireless

HD1 Free or Momentum Wireless? Sennheiser has had trouble deciding on a permanent name. Just know that both names refer to the same model. Anyway, these buds may not be true wireless, but they deliver arguably the best wireless sound on the market to date. They share the same scrumptious Momentum sound signature that you’ll find on Sennheiser’s latest true wireless model, as well as their best-selling wired Momentum. For $199, they’re not the cheapest non-true wireless earbuds out there. But personally, I think the sound quality alone is worth the price.

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Under $100

Strauss & Wagner SW-TW401

This little company has turned heads over the last year or so, mainly because the sound is so good for the price. Expect no frills packaging. But do expect a detailed and well balanced sound profile with an easy and secure fit. True wireless earbuds for 60 bucks. You can’t go wrong.

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JBL Tune 120 TW

Again, JBL rarely disappoints when it comes to well-built products at reasonable prices. The JBL Tune is proof of this fact. At 99 bucks, it’s nothing fancy. But it delivers solid sound quality with punchy, funky flare and non nonsense design. In fact, I would venture to say that they sound at least as good as Apple’s pricy Airpods.

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Sennheiser CX 350BT

If you don’t want to dish out the cash for Sennheiser’s more expensive models, such as the Momentum True Wireless or HD1 Free, then consider these unassuming earbuds. In terms of sound, they share many of the same qualities of the famous Momentum sound signature. Again, nothing too fancy, just a minimalist design with a snug, sound isolating fit. You’ll also get a mic and remote with full functionality, including voice assistant. And you’ll still have the 2 year international warranty that Sennheiser offers for its pricier models.

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Under $50

Sony WI-C200

Deep bass, expansive midrange and non-fatiguing highs make these buds an easy and enjoyable listen. The simple design is reliable, and the build is durable enough to last you at least a a year or two. They may not look like anything special. But for the price, they get the job done.

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JBL Tune 110BT

Bassy, juicy sound signature for under 40 bucks. Sound isolating silicone eartips. And in true JBL fashion, it’s well built for the price. Yes, there’s also a mic and remote with all the functions, such as play/pause and track-skipping and call answering. Maybe even voice assistant, I think. Look, I don’t remember. Give me a break. It’s 4am, and my 3 month-old is waking up every 2 hours. Anyway, it’s Covid times, so, who gives a sh-t.

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