Best over ear headphones working out [Top 3 Guide] 1

Best over ear headphones working out [Top 3 Guide]

Best over ear headphones working out
Best over ear headphones working out

Best over ear headphones working out:

Best over ear headphones working out: Top 3

1. JLab Audio Flex Sport Gym Workout Headphones

JLab Audio Flex Sport Gym Workout Headphones
JLab Audio Flex Sport Gym Workout Headphones

The JLab Audio Flex Sport Gym Workout Headphones is the best choice for sporty workouts.

Advantages

  • The sound quality is decent and you don’t have to blast them to isolate yourself from the music playing at the gym.
  • When you put the “tight” band on, you can run with them and they won’t move, it’s actually pretty liberating to know they won’t move when running
  • The Bluetooth connection is flawless, it just works.
  • They are sweatproof, without a doubt.
  • The battery lasts a while and it tells you the level when you turn them on
  • They charge with USB-C, something to note as you probably have a gazillion USB micro cables lying around that won’t work with this

Disadvantages

  • The bands that apply pressure snap off easily, it has happened to me that mid-workout the band has snapped from one of the sides, an annoyance.
  • Lowering the volume or pausing is annoying as the button is not as responsive or immediate
  • The material for the headphone itself is “sticky” so if you put these on your gym backpack they’ll pick us the dust/debris on your backpack like a magnet.
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2. TREBLAB Z2 – Ultra Premium Over Ear Wireless Headphones

TREBLAB Z2 - Ultra Premium Over Ear Wireless Headphones
TREBLAB Z2 – Ultra Premium Over Ear Wireless Headphones

The Anker Soundcore Life Q20 is a good choice for casual workout.

Advantages

  • Very comfortable & lightweight
  • Great battery life
  • Good Build quality

Disadvantages

  • If noise cancellation is important to you, these may not be the choice to go with
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3. Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless

Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless
Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless

The Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless is a good choice for casual listeners.

Advantages

  • The noise cancellation is pretty much unbeatable
  • Very comfortable
  • Easy to pack
  • Battery life is good. Not the best but, not even close to the worst
  • Bluetooth connects easily and quickly. The range isn’t insane but, not bad

Disadvantages

  • The “your battery is running low” warning makes the last few hours you could get out of them, pretty much useless.
  • 2.5mm jack. No standard studio uses 2.5mm jack. 3.5mm and 1/4″ are the standard.
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