Perhaps your phone no longer features a 3.5mm jack. Perhaps you’re just sick of getting quite literally caught up in things. Whatever the reason, we have identified and tested five of the best new wireless headsets in case you’re ready to make the investment. Beoplay H9 4.5/5 / $799 / The premium BeoPlay H9 headphones combine active noise cancellation with a wireless connection and leather ear pads.Source:Supplied These headphones tick all the boxes: they’re wireless, noise-cancelling, touch-controlled, supremely comfortable sound-makers with premium audio and a stylish finish. Beoplay’s H9 headphones impress on the outside with a stitched cowhide headband, aluminium frame, and thick, lambskin-covered ear pads that allow for long listening sessions. But the update to last year’s H8 headset also features touch-sensitive controls for pausing and switching songs, changing volume, or answering calls, Bluetooth connectivity, and active noise-cancellation to tune out the outside world. Their noise-cancellation is good if not industry-leading, and their price is on the high end, but the H9s cannot be faulted for comfort, good looks, and crisp sound. Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 Plantronics / 3.5/5 / $239 / The Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 headphones feature Class 1 Bluetooth technology.Source:Supplied They’re lighter, they’re smaller, and they’re more comfortable than before. The second edition of Plantronics’ noise-cancelling BackBeat Pro 2 headphones offer a more comfortable form to fit to your head. Controls on the side of this wireless headset let you control volume and song playback, and one button lets you pause playback and hear what’s happening in the world outside your headphones. The active noise cancellation does not compare to those from the top makers, and their build is on the flimsy side, but they’re a budget-friendly option for people who want to tune out their commute. House of Marley Buffalo Soldier 3.5/5 / $200 / House of Marley Buffalo Soldier wireless headphones offer 16 hours of battery life.Source:Supplied These wireless on-ear headphones have a distinctive look with timber panels on the side