Best Wireless Headphones under 2000 rs. (2021 Edition)
This is what you can get for 2000 rupees in the wireless category.
(Updated on July 18, 2021)
OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z
Noise Tune Charge
Mi Super Bass
Fire-Boltt Blast 1300
pTron Studio Classic
Boat Rockerz 550
If you have never used a wireless pair of headphones before, for whatever reasons, then you are in for a treat. Switching from a wired headphone to a wireless headphone could release you from all the stress that wired headphones have caused.
You can get a wireless pair of headphone, be it in-ear, on-ear or over-ear, for just under 2000 rupees. Within this list, you’ll find two devices mentioned for each headphone type for you to choose from.
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OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z – 7.9
The OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z offers quick-charging functionality which is rare in this price range. It also has a good battery life and produces good sound.
The OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z is a neckband-style headphone. The design is inspired by the OnePlus Bullets Wireless 2 with some changes made to the Z variant. They are two variant of this headphone the plain BWZ variant and the BWZ-Bass Edition. With several colourways to choose from. The build quality of these headphones is great, they not only look good but also have a good in-hand feel.
The music and volume controls are located on the left side of the neckband. Coming to the in-ear fit, the size of the earpieces is fairly small and provides a good fit. The extra eartips are soft and coloured. The cable has a rubber coating. They also have an IP55 water-resistance rating, so it can handle a fair bit of rain and dust.
That brings us to the sound output, the sound signature is warm, meaning that the bass and highs are given priority and then come to the mids. The plain variant has a decent bass output. Vocals, which lie in the midrange, are clear and detailed.
The battery life will easily last for around 15 hours (give or take a few hours). The microphone/recording/call quality is standard, nothing revolutionary. Due to its quick charge feature, it manages to fully charge in an hour.
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Noise Tune Charge – 8.3
The Noise Tune Charge has a pretty sleek and stylish design that is quite eye-catching. It also comes with a bass boost button. It is priced attractively as well which makes them all that more appealing.
Starting with the build and design of the Noise Tune Charge; for being priced under 2000 rs. they look pretty expensive. Even for neckband type headphones, these look fairly unique with the matte black finish. On the surface of the neckband, you’ll find cutouts for the wires (that are connected to the earpieces) to come out of. The cable connecting the earpieces to the neckband is textured.
The right side of the neckband is where the control buttons for volume up and down and the music play/pause are located. In its vicinity, you also find the Bass boost button as well as the micro-USB charging port.
The bass boost button does exactly what it is supposed to, and it does this well. These headphones do have an IPX5 water-resistant rating so you can sweat during your workout without worrying about water damage.
Coming to the sound quality, without the bass boost turned on, the sound output of this headphone is pretty good. However, once you turn it on it does tend to overpower the mids slightly. The battery life is also pretty good, lasting about 15 hours. It supports the AAC codec and uses Bluetooth 5.0. You can also launch your Voice Assistant using the play/pause button.
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Mi Super Bass – 7.5
The Mi Super Bass is an on-ear type, wireless pair of headphones. From the construction of the build to its finish, it doesn’t give the impression of being so affordable.
Kicking things off with the build; the body of the Mi Super Bass is plastic. As for the quality of the plastic used, it is decent enough. The body has a matte finish which gives a slightly premium feel. The durability of the headphone and the flexibility of the headband is standard. The back of the earcups is where you’ll find the branding.
The cushioning is great, the earcups, as well as the inside of the headband, is padded with the same material. In terms of comfort, the Super Bass does really good. On the inside of the earcups, you’ll see the L/R symbol that lets you know on which ear each earcup should go. The right earcup is where you’ll find the music and volume controls.
You can also use these headphones in wired mode using a 3.5mm cable. Additionally, you can use the volume buttons to skip/replay songs.
The battery is also pretty good, with a single full charge you can expect them to last for about 15 hours. In some cases, they last for longer or shorter periods. The sound quality isn’t impressive, it’s fairly standard. The bass slightly overpowers the lower mids of a track.
Fire-Boltt Blast 1300 – 7.4
The Fire-Boltt Blast 1300 is a decent pair of on-ear type headphones. The plastic build isn’t as durable as we’d like it to be but for the price, we didn’t expect to be impressed.
Overall, a decent pair of an on-ear wireless headphones. The Fire-Boltt Blast 1300 has a standard design. The material used for the body is plastic (with some parts having a glossy finish) which makes the device lightweight and portable but also sacrifices its durability.
The headband is decently padded and slightly denser padding is seen on the earcups. Due to this padding, the earcups make a good seal which promotes noise isolation. It does this well despite being an on-ear headphone. Its 600mAh battery gives it a battery backup of around 17 hrs.
The size of drivers that are mostly seen in on-ears is 40mm which is also evident here. It has a commercial sound signature, meaning that it has an amplified low-end. This sound signature suits a lot of popular music genres like hip-hop, EDM, etc.
Another neat addition is the ability to use the headphone with a 3.5mm audio cable in case you run out of battery. Unfortunately, the earcups of this device do not fold inwards so they might be a bit hard to store and travel with. The Boltt Play app also lets you connect your headphone to it to access some of its features.
pTron Studio Classic – 8.4
The Studio Classic is an over-ear headphone that is sold by pTron. This brand offers a lot of value for money. The products are priced economically and are also decently build with good performance stats.
A lot of music genres today use bass in their tracks. The pTron Studio Classic enable you to listen to such bass-heavy tracks in all their glory as they have a bassy sound signature. Also, since these are over-ear type headphones, they create a good seal around your ears that stops unnecessary sounds from entering your ears.
Another trait that headphones with larger drivers share is that they can produce a better soundstage. The bass frequencies are powerful enough to boost the rest of the mix. The mids are slightly distant and the highs are bright and precise.
With its 20 hours of battery backup, you can enjoy your beats for a day or two before they need to be charged. It takes some time to charge its massive 1000mAh battery. You needn’t worry about running out of battery though, as they can be used with a 3.5mm aux cable.
It utilises Bluetooth 5.0 to maintain a strong and stable connection and also have A2DP codec support. You can also fold the earcups as they’re collapsable. The soft padding is only seen on the earcups, the headband doesn’t have any significant padding. That said, they’re still pretty comfortable.
This device is also mentioned in the Best Bluetooth headphones under 1500 rs.
Boat Rockerz 550 – 8.2
The Boat Rockerz 550 has a fairly huge set of earcups that provide you with great comfort and passive noise isolation. The battery life is also good, coming at around 15 hrs.
The construction of the Boat Rockerz 550 is pretty durable. The body is entirely made of plastic. The padding used for the earcups is also used for the whole headband, the material is soft and dense, giving a good seal around the ear. And sits comfortably on your head.
Boat claims that the battery life is 20 hrs. but you’ll find that it lasts for roughly 15 hours. For people that want to commute with these, the battery life will still be enough. The back of the earcups has a cool design which makes them look a bit more interesting.
While you can use the headphone wirelessly if you do run out of juice it offers an aux-in port to be used in wired mode. The sound output of the Rockerz 550 is standard. The sound signature is bassy without being overpowering. It uses 50 mm, dynamic drivers, to deliver a pretty decent consumer-friendly sound.
The weight of the headphones is also fairly lightweight. The portability factor is slightly weak as the earcups don’t collapse inwards. Though, they can be rotated. The control buttons are easy to reach and are slightly raised from the frame of the earcup. They include volume controls and music play/pause.
Oppo Enco M31 – The Oppo Enco M31’s build quality is pretty good. They are available in a couple of attractive colourways. Battery life is roughly 12 hours and also supports quick charging. The IPX5 rating also protects you from potential water or sweat damage.
Boult Audio ProBass Curve Pro – The sound reproduction of the Boult Audio ProBass Curve Pro is standard. They’re in-ears so soundstage isn’t all that impressive. As for battery life, it lasts for 12 hrs. and provides a stable connection using Bluetooth 5.0. And has an IPX5 rating.
Boat Rockerz 255 Pro – The Boat Rockerz 255 Pro is a simple yet stylish pair of wireless in-ears. It is a neckband-style headphone. It offers some fairly standard features like Bluetooth 5.0 and IPX5 rating. And has a battery backup of 6 hours, which is okay.
Noise Tune Active Plus – The construction of the Noise Tune Active Plus is quite good. The neckband is soft and flexible; sits comfortably around your neck. Battery life decent, at 10 hrs. It can handle a fair bit of water or sweat with its IPX5 certification.
Blaupunkt BH01 – The German brand, Blaupunkt offers an on-ear headphones. The quality of the sound and the build is decent. With a battery backup of 10 hours, it will last you a day if used conservatively. The device is pretty portable as it has collapsible earcups. And you can choose between two sound modes.
Infinity JBL Glide 500 – Overall, an average pair of wireless on-ear headphones. The Infinity JBL Glide 500 provides quick charging functionality and has a battery life of 20 hours. And the earcups are collapsible as well, you can use them for commuting. The sound quality is good, but the build is average.
Boat Rockerz 450 – Boat Rockerz 450 is the updated Rockerz 400. Yes, they do look good and the body has a matte finish. But the durability of the build is another story. You have to be careful to not apply excess pressure on the headband as it is the part of the headphone that’s most weak.