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Best wireless bass headphones from Beats by Dr. Dre

If you want the best in wireless bass and sound quality, then headphones from Beats by Dr. Dre would be well worth considering for incredibly clear sound. You could be mistaken for thinking the Beats Wireless headphone option includes a wired lead after hearing their quality of sound.

We wanted to feature these wireless headphones thanks to them being an ideal choice for those of our readers looking for the best option this holiday season. Whether you’re looking for a good Christmas gift, or a new pair of headphones yourself, this Wireless option by Beats features some of the clearest sound in Wi-Fi audio. You can watch an unboxing video below this article for a closer look.

It should be noted that you can plug-in a cable if you want wired audio for some reason, or just keep them wireless, it’s up to you. You will find the headset lasts around 10 hours on a full charge and they can be charged via a USB port.

The Wireless technology uses Bluetooth, so you should have no problems pairing the Wireless Beats with most devices. The Beats Wireless headphones support Bluetooth, AAC, APT-X and SBC for high-quality streaming.

One simple but welcomed feature is the controls on the ear cup, so this saves you digging around for the music player to change songs.

In the box you will find a Beats cleaning cloth, carrying case, in-line remote and microphone cable, USB cable and of course the Beats Wireless Bluetooth on-ear headphones. You should expect to pay around $279.99 for these wireless headphones from stores like and many other popular online destinations.

Watch the unboxing and hands-on video below, then feel free to share a comment with your thoughts on Wireless by Beats.

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