Best Noise-Canceling True Wireless Earbuds For 2022

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Bowers & Wilkins PI7

Excellent sounding noise-canceling earbuds

After a long wait, Bowers & Wilkins has finally released a couple of sets of true wireless earbuds -- the PI7 ($399) and PI5 ($249) -- both of which are excellent and feature active noise canceling along with a transparency mode. The flagship PI7 has a different driver design and sounds slightly more detailed and refined with a little more bass energy. They also sound slightly better than the excellent Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless II and Master & Dynamic MW08. They both sound excellent, but if you're looking for the absolute best-sounding earbuds, the PI7 buds are arguably that, besting the Sony WF-1000XM4 by a small margin.

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They offer up to nine hours' play time at moderate volume levels with noise canceling on, and nearly three additional charges in the charging case -- total battery life is rated at 35 hours. These have adjustable active noise cancellation, Jabra's HearThrough transparency mode and Bluetooth 5.2. The charging case has wireless charging capabilities.

Some earbuds now deliver over 10 hours of battery life with noise canceling off. A battery life rating of 5 hours is considered adequate but many of the latest buds offer 6 hours or more of battery life with noise canceling on. Battery life increases if you don't use noise canceling. What is considered good battery life for true-wireless earbuds?

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Bose's QuietComfort Earbuds have been out a while, but they not only have very good sound but excellent noise canceling, which remains among the best out there right now in a set of earbuds. Performance-wise, they have a leg up on Apple's  -- and a lot of people like how Bose's StayHear tips lock the buds in their ears -- but AirPods Pro's smaller design, somewhat more comfortable fit and superior voice-calling capabilities make it hard to declare the Bose model the straight-up champ in that battle.

The PI5 buds also sound excellent and are a touch lighter than the PI7. At $249, the PI5 competes directly with the $280 Sony 1000XM4. As with all in-ear headphones, you have to try them to see how they fit your ears. Bowers & Wilkins' buds may fit better than Sony's or vice versa. 

They're also one of the best true-wireless earbuds overall, giving the Sony WF-1000XM4 a run for the money. Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3

New Sennheiser flagship wireless earbuds

The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds have excellent sound, improved noise canceling and voice-calling performance as well a smaller, more refined design with stabilizing fins (so the earbuds stay in your ears more securely). They're among the best new true-wireless earbuds for 2022.

In terms of style, some wireless earbuds are equipped with ear tips while others have an open design without tips (those are best for people who don't like to have ear tips jammed in their ears and want to allow some sound in from the outside world). For the most part, only "noise-isolating" earbuds with silicone or foam ear tips offer active noise canceling -- or noise cancelling (with a double l), as Bose and Google spell it -- a feature that was once a rarity but has now become standard.

And for some people, they might just be better than the AirPods Pro.  Beats Fit Pro

Best wireless sports earbuds for everyday use

Hot on the heels of the , Apple has another new set of earbuds, this time from its subsidiary audio company, Beats. Unlike Beats' earlier and less expensive , the Beats Fit Pro include Apple's H1 chip and have most of the  features, including active noise canceling, spatial audio and Adaptive EQ. I'd venture to call them the sports AirPods you've always wanted. Technically, the new Beats Fit Pro ($200) aren't AirPods, but they're built on the same tech platform as the AirPods Pro.