Whether its wireless headphones or wireless earbuds, you should strongly think about upgrading if you haven’t already. Let’s face it, wired headphones are a thing of the past and wireless ones offer so many advantages. It would be extremely difficult to list every single one, so the focus is just going to be on the most impactful ones. When you get through with this article, there is no doubt that you will be heading to Dextro Audio. Once there, you will find reviews for the best wireless earbuds and headphones on the market. Before you get there, though, you need to know why you should in the first place.

The Lack of Any Cables

Boy, you probably didn’t see this one coming, huh? To absolutely no one’s surprise (hence the name) the biggest selling point of wireless headphones is the lack of wires. While using headphones for physical activities (such as working out and running) having wires in the way can be very annoying. Not only can they constantly get in your way but they can also be tugged off from your device. To top it all off, if you are engaging in physical activities they can fall off altogether. Even if you are just using headphones for casual use, storing the extra wires in your pocket can be a major hassle. Simply put, cutting away cables will only make life easier for you.

They Can Be Used for More than One Device

Ah, how great is it when something can do more than one thing? With standard wired headphones, they only device they work on is the one that they are plugged into. To get them to work on other devices, you have to unplug them from their current device and plug them into the device you want to use them with. However, wireless headphones (with Bluetooth enabled) can sync to multiple devices at once. This means that you could sync your smartphone and your computer to them. So, if anyone decided to call you while you were listening to audio from your computer you would know. Bluetooth wireless headphones can also allow two or more people to listen to music on the same device. Just remember, though, that both devices must have Bluetooth enabled for this to work.

They Look Great and Sound Great

Outside of the advantages that wireless headphones hold over wired ones, they also look as good (if not better) and can sound just as good. Due to the fact that many modern headphones are made wireless, their design is very sleek and “modern”. The lack of any cords can also make earbuds somewhat unnoticeable (if you didn’t want people to notice you had them on). As far as sound quality goes, you will find that most of them come with bass-boosting and noise-isolation technology. These types of technology produce incredible quality. However, just remember that the price you pay is the price you get. In other words, don’t be afraid to spend a little extra money for better sound quality.

They Are Easy to Use

If there is one advantage that wired headphones have is that all you have to do to install them is plug them into a devices headphone jack. However, don’t think that using wireless headphones (with Bluetooth) is a difficult process. As soon as you find a device that is Bluetooth enabled, you can easily sync it with your headphones. Then, all you have to do is turn them both on to use them again. To be honest, once you have a device synched with them they become even easier to use than wired ones because of the lack of tangled wires.

Their Range is Good, but Not Amazing

Generally speaking, the range that wireless headphones have is above average. If you are using them for a walk or job, you will never have any range issues as chances are you have your music device in your pocket. However, if you have them synced to a device that is out in the open and decide to walk around you have a decent distance until you lose connection. For most headphones, you won’t be able to travel yards away from your device. But, you do have a little breathing room if you want to listen to your device from a distance.

Do yourself a favor and don’t deal with the annoyance of wires anymore. You owe it to yourself to actually enjoy listening to music on the go or while working out, don’t you?