Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which
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.
The Velodyne vPulse is pretty special, that's for sure.
It's not just size; some headphones are better suited to on-the-go use, and others are mostly stay-at-home types.
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!
We compare these two often confused headphone types on the New York City subway system to determine which works better at blocking out the noise.
Some listeners never stray from the "flat" settings; others tweak the bass and treble to taste. What about you?
While they're light on extras, the well-priced HiFiMan RE-400s offer excellent, accurate sound that's aimed at audiophiles on a budget.
Eleven of the best sounding in-ear, noise-canceling, and audiophile headphones, priced from $22 to $1,945!
Have you ever heard a hi-fi or home theater system that stopped you in your tracks, or one that you still think about years later?
RHA's MA450 in-ear headphones sound great, come with a three-year warranty, and sell for just under 50 bucks!