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Best Headphones For Mountain Biking [Review] in 2020

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In a world of constantly transforming technology and new music coming out every day, having a good pair of headphones when mountain biking is crucial. Music is like magic, and can only be done justice to with a good pair of wireless headphones that you can listen to when on a ride. Wireless headphones make it convenient for you to cycle around without the hassle of a wire crossing your body and you pedal. They have a good range as you can go a distance from your device without being disconnected which allows you to put your bag down if you’re riding in a close proximity. An immersive experience when riding your mountain bike is very important when it comes to music. You want the sound to get more full at higher volumes and not get tinny. The wireless headphones we will look at today should help you with your next purchase.

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Best headphones for mountain biking

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Sony WH-CH700N Bluetooth headphones

Top Choice Item

Sony is also a very well-known manufacturer of headphones. They are a trustworthy brand and have built amazing headphones in the past. It’s no surprise for them to come out with a new pair of wireless headphones which have noise cancellation. Sony has some of the best noise cancelling solutions on the market and do an amazing job at keeping the noise out with minimal sound bleed. They also have amazon’s built-in voice assistant Alexa which is handy for everyday questions. AI powered technology allows your headphones to adjust the sound profile to the environment around you automatically, and the headphones allow for a hands free experience with the built-in voice assistant. They give you 35 hours of playback on a single charge and have quick charging feature as well. They are a little pricey but the price is well justified with the amount of features you get.

Pros
R
Active noise cancellation
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35 hours playback time
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Built-in voice assistant
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Quick charging
Cons
Q
Android benefits lost on connection with PC

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2.

Mpow 059 bluetooth headphones

Best Value Item

Mpow brings a chic looking wireless Bluetooth pair of headphones which have soft and plush memory foam around ear cups for extreme comfort and long time periods of listening. They come in different color combinations like red black, blue black, green black, pink, rose gold and black. There are a lot of color options to choose from. They have a high fidelity stereo experience with their 40mm drivers and they come with passive sound cancellation which does a fairly good job at keeping the noise out. They can be used wirelessly and with a wire which gives you the freedom to use them any time. A full charge can give you up to 20 hours of playback and a 10 minute charge gives you 2 hours of playback. They have a foldable design which makes them portable and easy to carry. The price on this pair is amazing and they are an easy buy.

Pros
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40mm powerful drivers
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Wireless and wired connection
R
Soft memory foam
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20 hours playback on full charge
Cons
Q
Sound bleeds out of the headphones

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3.

Cowin E7 bluetooth headphones

Prime Picked Item

Cowin brings you a premium pair of headphones which is well-built and has active noise cancellation. This feature helps block out the outside noise so you can focus on your music better. It has 40mm large aperture drivers which helps in providing a fuller sound stage. They come with NFC technology also for quick pairing, alongside Bluetooth. They have both wired and wireless capability and give you 30 hours of playback on a full charge with their large battery. They come in a bunch of different colors like black, blue, green, purple, red and white. They also have a built-in mic for clear and crisp audio calls. The headphones use good materials for durability and longevity. They have very soft plush protein memory foam ear cups which help provide a very comfortable listening experience. They are a little pricey but the features you get justify the price point well.

Pros
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Active noise cancellation
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40mm large aperture drivers
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NFC connectivity
R
30 hours of playback on single charge
Cons
Q
Little pricey than normal

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4.

Bose soundlink II

Bose have made a name for themselves in the headphones and speakers department. They are a very well-known manufacturer in the game. They know the ins and out of headphones and hence have come up with a very sleek looking pair of Bluetooth headphones. They have a deep immersive sound stage with great base response. They have both wired and wireless compatibility for on-the-go listening. Best in class performance paired with good connectivity makes for a great experience. The ear cups are soft and they cover your ear entirely. There is little to no lag in audio/video sync and the mic is high quality as well for crisp and clear calls. They have a 15 hour listening time period on a single charge and can switch between connected Bluetooth devices easily and quickly. They are pricey but they have built a good name for themselves.

Pros
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Deep immersive sound stage and good base
R
Wired and wireless compatibility
R
Soft ear cups
R
No audio/video sync lag
Cons
Q
Expensive

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5.

iJoy wireless headphones

iJoy brings a very lightweight pair of headphones with wireless compatibility. The headphones have a matte finish which gives a very understated vibe in black color. But there are more color options as well like blue, lime, pink, violet, glossy white, gold, rose gold and sun which make a perfect option for matching these to your mountain bike. They have a deep base response and a wide range of frequency. They have a 5-button control on them for music play/pause and attending calls. They come with SD card compatibility so you do not need to connect them to a device every time. They have a built-in mic for calls and a radio receiver as well. They connect via Bluetooth technology and they come with a 6 month exchange warranty. Above all, the price tag is extremely affordable which adds the cherry on top of the cake.

Pros
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Deep base response and wide frequency
R
Built-in mic for calls
R
Radio receiver
R
SD card compatibility
Cons
Q
Could be signal problems on call

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Advantages of wireless headphones on your mountain bike:

Comfort:

Wearing a wireless pair of headphones when riding screams convenience. The cables always bother us when we have to pedal. They get in the way and always pose a problem. To have no wire gives you the luxury of still being able to enjoy your luxurious ride without the wires hanging out your back pack.

Distance:

The cable always limits your moving area. It limits the distance you can go away from the device your headphones are connected to. Having wireless headphones, first of all, eliminates near field communication, but at the same time allows you to move comfortably within the connectivity zones. The connectivity radius is reasonable on  most of the  headphones recommended and makes for the perfect opportunity to  put  your  bag  down to do  some jumps, preventing the risk of damaging the contents of your bag should  things turn south,

More controls and connections to more than one devices:

Bluetooth connectivity is an amazing technology which helps your headphones connect wirelessly. This also allows features like connecting to and switching between more than 1 devices easily. Wireless headphones also have more controls over music and calls than normal wired headphones.

Fashion:

Wireless headphones are also a fashion statement. It would not look good if you are riding around with wires over your body. Wireless connectivity makes it look futuristic and cool.

Overview:

The wireless headphones we looked at today had some of the best features to offer. Some offered amazing low prices while others were a little more expensive. Some offered passive noise cancellation while the high end ones offered active noise cancellation. Some had many color options while others had big drivers to provide a better sound stage and base. All had soft ear cups for a comfortable experience. Some headphones had both wireless and wired compatibility, good mics and radio receivers inside. Sony and Bose were the two big companies that made their way into today’s look at headphones. All of the manufacturers made sure of one thing that stayed true to their brand, and that was convenience and comfort with good battery life. No matter which one you choose, you will have a good experience.

Alex Bristol - Cycle sport content expert

Alex is London Cycle Sports Head of Content and specialises in road bike accessories and general cycling. Alex scours the internet finding the latest product that matches the needs of cyclists across the world. Alex looks at the best bike set ups and sources the newest tech in the cycle industry. Whether its a buyer guide, product review or a general post about bikes, Alex is a trusted source for everything cycle sport.

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