Bluetooth HeadphonesBluetooth headphones come with a wide selection of models and feature offers, ranging from waterproof, noise-canceling, to a detachable jack cable feature. In addition to looking at the features, make sure the product of your choice can be connected to your main device, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, or gadget that has other Bluetooth features.

Let’s understand first what elements need to be considered when choosing headphones, from the standard form of communication to the main structure of the headphones themselves. After knowing these things, then you can determine which product is the most appropriate. So, first, consider the following tips for choosing Bluetooth headphones.

Avoid bluetooth headphones with SBC codec and choose AAC or AptX codec

Codec is a method of converting the sound signal sent to the device to the audio device receiving sound on Bluetooth headphones. This converting method or codec will determine the sound quality and the length of the delay. Of course, you don’t want to experience delays when playing games or watching movies, right? Therefore, avoid the SBC codec which is not very good at presenting conversion results.

Instead, you can choose Bluetooth headphones with AAC and AptX codecs. While the SBC codec can delay sound for up to a second, it is ideal for listening to music and radio. While on the other hand, AAC and AptX codecs can reduce sound delays, so that what appears in the visual can be in sync with the audio that is sent without delay. The AAC codec itself is more compatible with Apple products, and AptX for Android.

Determine the right housing and driver unit

Housing and driver unit will affect your comfort when using Bluetooth headphones. The housing on the headphones is divided into two, namely closed and open. The closed type can isolate sound very well, you can also use this type of housing outdoors without sound leakage. However, your ears will get tired quickly because the sound catches are confined in the ear.

However, if you want to listen to music or watch shows at home with minimal noise, it’s better to use Bluetooth headphones with an open-type housing. This type will not lock the sound completely. Besides being able to protect your ears from damage due to excessive use, your ears will also not sweat due to poor air circulation.

Check out the battery performance of your preferred Bluetooth headphones

When you have chosen a product, make sure it has a battery that not only has a long service time but also has a long life. In this case, a rechargeable battery may save costs, but when it is recharged too often, the battery life can be shorter.

For this reason, so that you can use the same headphones for a long time, from the start, buy a product with a replaceable battery. That way, when battery performance starts to fail, you can replace it with a new battery to restore maximum performance from your audio device.

Watch how noise-canceling works

Noise-canceling is a feature that can reduce noise pollution or in simple terms, this feature will make the sound quality not only a good bit clearer. This feature will be very useful when you use Bluetooth headphones while in transportation modes, especially trains and buses. However, even when outdoors, this feature is also useful for reducing noise from outside.

When choosing Bluetooth headphones, you need to check what level of sound suppression they have to create a noise-canceling effect. The greater the pressure, you may not be free to use it. Especially when you’re in the waiting room, so when your queue number or name is called, you won’t hear the announcement because the noise-canceling feature is too strong.

Make sure the profile on the device you want to connect is the same

A profile is very important in ensuring the sound sent by your main device is received properly by Bluetooth headphones. The profile itself refers to the components owned by your Bluetooth headphones or main device, such as gadgets, game consoles, and so on. If both products have the same profile, there will be a process of sending and receiving voice messages, and vice versa.