I currently have the Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum. They still sound great, but after 3 years with every day use, they are falling apart. What other brand over the ear wireless headphones do you guys recommend that are around $200 that can connect to my computer and TV
If you are willing to spend just a little bit more money, I would recommend the following.
Microsoft Surface Headphones 2
Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WHXB900N
If you are willing to spend even more money.
Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WH1000XM3
I do not own these but I have listened to them. I am still a fan of wired headphones and earbuds but I also buy my music in physical form.
Had my wife not recently bought me a pair of RayCon e25s (Which I really like minus the button interface), I would have picked up any of these. Even though I like the Sonys, I do like the turn dial feature of the Surface plus the instant pairing to two devices.
I’d buy a good pair of wired headphones and connect them to the PC using a FiiO BTR bluetooth adapter. That would give you great sound quality, but can’t speak about latency.
Also I think the Sony headphones Mastic_Warrior suggested don’t work with PCs. I was looking at the in ear noise cancelling from Sony and people said they don’t work on PC. So I guess it’s the same for these other noise cancelling.
If the Sonys don’t work with PC Bluetooth then that is a real bumber. But then again, it is Sony and I am sure that there is an adapter for that. I don’t remember hearing any of the reviewers complain about this though.
I am really looking into the Surface Headphone 2, I hear the noise cancelling is amazing. but as a School bus driver that may not be a bonus. lol.
I purchased the Sony WH1000XM3 headphones despite the negative comments about the headband cracking issue. Lets see how these headphones sound.
These for your price range
These if you want to step it up:
My girlfriend’s been using the XM2 for a few hours “daily” since they first came out - there were stories about them cracking even back then, but hers are fine.
That is good to hear. So far these headphones sound awesome and have enough bass for my taste. Noise cancelation works darn good.