Etymotic pioneered in-ear headphone design in 1991 with the original ER-4. The new ER-4PT differs in the details and still sounds great.
While the Etymotic ER-4PTs have less low-end oomph than some competing earphones in this price class, they deliver excellent sound with very accurate tonal balance.
World renowned speaker manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins' new C5 in-ear headphone not only looks really cool, it sounds amazing!
It's just my opinion, but even a cheap pair of earbuds will usually sound better (and fit more comfortably) than the earphones that came with your phone/MP3 player.
XtremeMac's FS1 High Definition Earphones are a more affordable alternative to Shure's E4cs.
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Etymotic invented in-ear headphone technology way back in 1984; no wonder its headphones sound so good.
While the Secure Loop design may not be a perfect fit for every ear, the Bowers & Wilkins C5s are among the best-sounding earphones in their sub-$200 price class.
Even though we had minor issues with the fit and sound, the Etymotic EtyBlu is an excellent Bluetooth headset overall.
Sony Ericsson's HBH-IS800 stereo Bluetooth headphones pack good sound quality into a package so small it made us light-headed, but it sacrifices some usability to do it
Topping's darling little desktop amp delivers first-class sound for speakers and headphones for just $129!