The best noise-canceling true wireless earbuds for 2021

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Active noise cancellation - /health/do-noise-canceling-headphones-protect-your-hearing/  headphones, aka  ANC headphones - /news/best-noise-canceling-headphones-of-2020/ , work by essentially producing a mirror image sound wave in your ear to electronically counteract or "cancel out" external noise. The technology works best in environments where there's a sustained din, like the droning of a jet engine -- which is why  Bose - /tags/bose/  ANC wireless earphones became a status symbol at airports.<br>
The technology used to be restricted to full-size over-ear headphones. But in just the past few years, it's been shrunken down to earbud size. Sony's - /tags/sony/ 2018 models, the  WF-SP700N - /products/sony-wf-sp700n-wireless-in-ear-sports-headphones/  and  WF-1000X - /products/sony-wf-1000x/ , were the trailblazers, but Apple's AirPods Pro - /reviews/apple-airpods-pro-review/ have taken noise-canceling earbuds mainstream. To that end, we've rounded up the best  true wireless earbuds - /news/best-wireless-earbuds-and-bluetooth-headphones-for-making-calls/ with active noise cancellation, all of which I've personally used. As more competitors keep coming after Apple, we'll see many more models hit the market, and we'll update this list accordingly.  <br>
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Looking for ANC headphones in all styles, including on-ear headphones - /news/best-on-ear-headphones-for-2021-bose-beats-jabra-skullcandy-and-more/ or over-ear headphones? Check out the  best noise-canceling headphones of 2021 - /news/best-noise-canceling-headphones-of-2020/ . Keep reading here to find out which models I consider to be the best noise-canceling wireless earbuds. <br>
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Bose QuietComfort Earbuds: Best noise canceling<br>
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It took Bose quite a while to get them into stores, but the new $279 noise-canceling QuietComfort Earbuds are finally here. In many ways, they're excellent true wireless earbuds, particularly when it comes to their sound and noise canceling, which is arguably the best out there right now in a set of earbuds. Performance-wise, they clearly have a leg up on Apple's best-selling  -  true wireless noise-canceling buds. However, the AirPods Pro's smaller design, somewhat more comfortable fit and superior voice-calling capabilities make it hard to declare the Bose the straight-up champ. Ultimately, it depends on what your priorities are.<br>
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Read our Bose QuietComfort Earbuds review - /news/bose-quietcomfort-earbuds-beat-airpods-pro-on-sound-and-noise-canceling-but-not-design/ .<br>
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The second-gen Momentum True Wireless 2 pair of headphones, available now, aren't cheap at $300, but they're better all around than the originals. These wireless headphones come with a slightly smaller, more comfortable design, active noise cancellation rivaling that of the  - , improved battery life (up to 7 hours versus the originals' 4) and better noise reduction and ambient noise blocking during calls. And if you don't like them in black, vidéo clip - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOQ2P3riO4Q a white version is available as well. Most importantly, though, the Momentum True Wireless 2 have the same stellar sound -- for true wireless earbuds, anyway -- clearly superior in sound quality to the AirPods Pro. That makes them arguably the  -  on the market today and earns them a CNET Editors' Choice Award.<br>
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These use Bluetooth 5.1 with support for the AAC and AptX codecs (for devices that have AptX like Samsung's Galaxy phones).<br>
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Read our Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 review - /reviews/sennheiser-momentum-true-wireless-2-review/ .<br>
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Anker's AirPods Pro alternative - <br>
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Anker Soundcore Liberty Air Pro 2 - <br>
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Anker's  Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro -  ($130), the company's first earbuds - http://www.becomegorgeous.com/topics/earbuds to feature active noise canceling, are a mostly excellent set of true-wireless earbuds that measure up pretty well against  -  for significantly less money. Like the AirPods Pro, they have an IPX4 water-resistance rating (splashproof). <br>
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While I had an issue with the included ear tips and had to use some other tips (it's crucial to get a tight seal or both noise canceling and sound quality will suffer), they should fit most people comfortably. Sound quality is better than Anker's earlier Liberty Air 2 and the noise canceling is effective. These also work well as a headset for making calls and are available in multiple color options.  Read our Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro review - .<br>
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The EarFun Free Pro buds offer strong features and sound for a modest price. They have active noise cancellation with a transparency mode, wireless charging and Bluetooth 5.2. Rated for 7 hours of battery life without the noise-canceling function or about 6 hours with it activated, they're IPX5 water-resistant, which means they can withstand a sustained spray of water.<br>
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They sound very good for the money, with relatively clean, balanced sound and bass that has some kick to it -- they're pretty open-sounding. Lightweight and comfortable to wear, they have little fins that help keep them securely in your ears, and they're fairly discreet-looking.<br>
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Don't expect them to cancel noise as well as the  - , but they do provide some decent muffling. It's worth noting that you can use either the left or right earbud independently and there's a low-latency mode for video watching (and presumably gaming). Call quality was decent, too: Callers said they heard some background noise but it wasn't intrusive and they could hear my voice well. The touch controls were responsive. <br>
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If you're choosing between the EarFun Free Pro and the Mpow X3 (below), it comes down to the style of the earbuds. The X3 earbuds have a stick-style design, while these don't.<br>
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The Mpow X3 earbuds play loud and sound shockingly good for their low price of $52 (currently, there's an instant 20% off coupon on Amazon), with good clarity, powerful bass and active noise canceling that's fairly effective.<br>
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Mpow seems to be regularly tweaking its earphones, and the X3 model was briefly taken off Amazon for an update: "The new version upgraded the volume control [and] optimized its active noise-canceling function and call effect," the company told me. "It also added the supersoft ear caps, which [are] more comfortable to wear for a long time."<br>
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They did fit me comfortably and securely and I got a tight seal from the XL ear tips. They're fully waterproof (IPX7) and get up to 7 hours of battery life at moderate volume levels with USB-C charging, in a charging case that looks like a fat version of the standard AirPods case. Call quality is good -- they have a sidetone feature that lets you hear your voice in the 'buds -- but I've used other models with better noise reduction during calls. I noticed a touch of audio lag when streaming a YouTube video but I had no issues when streaming iTunes movies.<br>
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The touch controls are a little wonky and take some getting used to, and it didn't help that the instructions in the box seemed to be for the old X3 model (I found the  current instructions online - , which helped me figure things out). But aside a few minor downsides, the X3 earbuds are a great value.<br>
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Best designed noise-canceling earbuds - <br>
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Even if they don't sound as magical as you'd hope a $249 model would, the AirPods Pro still manages to be a great pair of true wireless noise-canceling earbuds. That's largely due to their winning design and ear fit, improved bass performance, effective noise cancellation and excellent call quality. Yeah, these high-quality headphones are expensive, but the good news is you'll use them all the time. It is worth noting that you'll probably wear the battery down -- it does degrade over time and isn't replaceable -- and have to buy a new pair of earbuds in 18 to 24 months, if you don't lose these first. Regardless, man, will you look good when listening to your music.<br>
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The  -  -- Samsung's long-awaited active noise-canceling earbuds -- have arrived with upgraded sound and high expectations to live up to for $200. (Yes, the Buds Live also have noise canceling, but it's pretty modest.) I've been mostly impressed, particularly with the sound quality and call quality, and there are some nice bonus features, including an improved ambient noise mode with voice detection. There's also a virtual surround feature that currently only works with the new Galaxy S21 models but will slowly trickle out to other Galaxy devices. The noise canceling is also effective if you get a tight seal from the included ear tips. That said, just how good you think they are will ultimately depend on how well they fit your ears. - .<br>
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While the Elite 75t earbuds have been out for a while, they're still one of the best pairs of true wireless earbuds out there, and Jabra recently  - . Earlier firmware updates improved voice-calling performance. <br>
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The Elite 75t aren't quite as comfortable to wear as the AirPods Pro, but they do sound better, with clearer overall sound and better bass audio quality definition, so long as you get a tight seal.<br>
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The slightly more rugged Elite Active 75t model is also available for about $20 more, but with the new Elite 85t earbuds' arrival we are seeing some sales on the Elite 75t.<br>
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Impressive noise-canceling earbuds for under $75 - <br>
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EarFun Air Pro - <br>
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As I had previously said about the Edifier, the EarFun Air earbuds distinguish theymselves with a comfortable fit, decent noise cancellation (though not great) and nicely balanced sound with good clarity and well-defined bass. They're smooth-sounding earbuds.<br>
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Jabra describes the Elite 85t as "semiopen" earbuds, meaning you don't have to jam the tips all the way into your ear canal. Rather, the new, more oval-shaped tips nestle in your ear for a more comfortable fit -- according to Jabra, anyway. A touch of sound will leak in, however, because you're not creating a supertight seal. Engineered with Qualcomm technology, Jabra calls the Elite 85t's noise-canceling Advanced ANC, which is designed for earbuds that don't have true noise-isolating designs.<br>
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Sony's WF-1000XM3 earbuds have been out for a while and are probably due for an upgrade in the not-so-distant future, with rumors of the - . In recent months, we've seen them discounted by $50 off their list price and they remain a solid pick at that price. As far as sound quality goes, they're among the best-sounding wireless earbuds and also feature excellent  -  technology to reduce ambient noise.<br>
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The first-generation model of this headphone made my list previously, but the new upgraded version is THX-certified and has some tweaks, including improved drivers and more refined tuning. It already sounded good, now it sounds excellent.<br>
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This model has a physical control button as well as touch controls. Using the touch controls you can toggle between three modes: no noise cancellation, a pass-through "transparency" mode that lets ambient noise in and active noise cancellation. The noise-canceling mode is effective and I thought the voice-calling capabilities were decent, with solid noise reduction when I hit the streets of New York. <br>
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The previous version had a bit of treble push, but this updated version sounds fuller and richer, with more balanced, cleaner sound that's pretty dynamic (there's AptX support for devices like Samsung Galaxy phones that support AptX). Battery life is rated at 5 hours with noise cancellation on and 6 hours with it off. There's a quick-charge feature that gives you 2 hours of use from a 15-minute charge. The USB-C-equipped charging case also charges wirelessly.<br>
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