5 Best Wireless Headphones Under Rs 5,000 in India (March 2023)

Best Wireless Headphones Under Rs 5,000
Best Wireless Headphones Under Rs 5,000

The headphone market is not as competitive as TWS earbuds and that’s the reason why we don’t have many good wireless headphones under Rs 5000 in India but still, there are some good ones available, so let’s take look at them.

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Starting with affordable wireless headphones, the boat NIRVANAA 751ANC comes with Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation which doesn’t work the best but it’s there and you can use it if you ever needed.

The build quality is solid, it doesn’t feel cheap from any area while the design is good too, it will give you the Sony WH-1000XM4 vibe.

The microphone is kind of decent but it gets the job done. The bass is there but it’s not that heavy, it’s well-balanced, and the sound quality is also good.

A full charge will give you about 60 hours of battery life while with ANC, it will give about 50 hours of battery backup

Overall, if you’re looking for over-ear wireless headphones and if your budget is Rs 3000 then do consider the boat NIRVANAA 751ANC, it’s by far the best for what price it comes.

JBL Tune 700BT

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Now, if your budget is Rs 4000, and wanted bass-heavy headphones with excellent microphones then do consider the JBL Tune 700BT.

With a single charge, it will last for about 25 hours but if you keep the volume between 80 to 90% then the battery life will come down to 20 hours.

The headphone is comfortable to wear, it won’t hurt your ears even after using for 2 to 3 hours. It also comes with a 3.5mm audio jack, so if the battery is dead then just use the Aux cable and you’re good to go.

Overall, considering the price, it’s one of the best options available when it comes to wireless headphones, also it has heavy bass which might attract users like me.


JBL T460BT Image 01

If your budget is Rs 2,000 and if you wanted wireless headphones then you won’t get a better option than the JBL T460BT. It’s on-ear wireless headphones but it’s worth it because they provide clean sound along with heavy bass.

100% charge will last for about 10 hours which is decent for this is also priced at Rs 2000, so can’t expect everything to be perfect.

Consider it, if you don’t want to spend more than Rs 2000 on wireless headphones.

Sony WH-CH710N

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We don’t have many good wireless headphones under Rs 5,000 and that’s the reason why I had to add this. You will have to pay Rs 1000 extra but that extra money you’re spending is 100% worth it.

The Sony WH-CH710N comes with Active Noise Cancelling which works well, it doesn’t feel gimmicky at all. The mic quality is excellent too, you won’t have a hard time hearing someone on call.

Sony has also added the Aux cable in the box, so if the battery runs out then you can use the Aux cable and start using the headphones.

By the way, it’s a well-balanced headphone, the base is not too heavy or too low and the sound quality is excellent too.

Mi Super Bass Wireless

Mi Super Bass Wireless Image 01

Xiaomi is promoting these headphones as pure bass headphones and it’s true.

Yes, I have used this headphone and considering the price point, it has the best bass quality. Xiaomi has used a 40 mm dynamic driver and that won’t give you the best sound quality but at Rs Rs 1499, you can’t ask for more.

In short, if you love to listen to Punjabi music or bass-heavy music then you won’t find better headphones than this.

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