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.
Whether you're out listening to your MP3 player or out at home with your high-end stereo, your headphone choice is critical. Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which type of headphones you want, use the links at the left to get more options.
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!
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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!
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The Velodyne vPulse is pretty special, that's for sure.
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