Our Verdict 
Best wireless headphones, Awards 2012. A must-audition for owners of aptX enabled phones and laptops
For 
Very compact, portable design
tonnes of multimedia-friendly features
aptX for the best Bluetooth audio quality
Against 
Wired headphones still sound a bit better
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We love Bluetooth when it’s of the aptX variety, and thankfully the audio-friendly tech is finally starting to hit more and more devices.

In fact, you may well already own one with it built in, such as a MacBook running OS X 10.6.4 or later, or the new HTC One X or Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone. If you’ve got one of those you should really take advantage by adding a pair of these aptX-toting Sennheiser MM 400-X headphones.

Like the Sennheiser PXC 310 BT before it, this Bluetooth headset boasts a very compact, lightweight and foldable design, a set of controls on the right-hand cup for navigating your music, and the option of connecting a cable for going wired when you’re on a plane or when the 10-hour battery runs out.

There’s even a built-in mic for smartphone users. In fact, the only thing missing is noise-cancelling, which is available if you stretch to the MM 450-X version.

Most importantly, these high-tech headphones sound great. They’re not the deepest deliverers of bass, but they’ve got plenty of detail and directness, especially in the vocals.

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True, they’re not quite up to the standard of wired headphones at the same money, but if you want the convenience of Bluetooth in a very portable and sonically capable headset, you really can’t go wrong with these Sennheisers.

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