While some folks may encounter come comfort issues, the Velodyne vPulse in-ear headphones offer excellent sound for the money and will particularly appeal to bass lovers.
Headphones are available in a zillion styles, sizes, and price ranges. To help you cut through the clutter, we've assembled a list of top headphones by type and price.
Velodyne is a big name in subwoofers, but the company is just now venturing into the headphone market. Its first model, the vPulse, makes a ton of bass!
Priced just under $75, the tricked out Bravo Audio V2 will look sharp on your desktop.
It's not just size; some headphones are better suited to on-the-go use, and others are mostly stay-at-home types.
Some listeners never stray from the "flat" settings; others tweak the bass and treble to taste. What about you?
The Audiophiliac listens to two outrageously fine Firestone products: the $199 Fireye DA USB headphone amp and the $39 Fireye Mini portable headphone amp.
Eleven of the best sounding in-ear, noise-canceling, and audiophile headphones, priced from $22 to $1,945!
RHA's MA450 in-ear headphones sound great, come with a three-year warranty, and sell for just under 50 bucks!
The Velodyne vPulse is pretty special, that's for sure.
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