Sennheiser HD 202 II
If you're on a strict budget and can't spend more than $40, the Sennheiser HD 202 IIs are a worthwhile entry point for aftermarket cans, boasting a comfortable fit and the company's excellent signature sound.
JVC HA-S400 Carbon Nanotubes Headphones ( Black)
At around $26 online, JVC's HA-S400 Nanotubes are among the better on-ear headphones for the money.
Tenqa Remxd Bluetooth Headphones ( White)
Despite their ho-hum design and sound, the relatively inexpensive Tenqa Remxd headphones are a good value for a Bluetooth model.
MEElectronics Sport-Fi S6 Earphones ( Black/Red)
While the MEElectronics Sport-Fi S6 Earphones are affordable and decent-sounding, with a nice set of accessories, they won't fit everyone equally well.
Panasonic RP HJE355 ( White)
Panasonic's very affordable RP-HJE355 series in-ear headphones sound as good as many earphones that cost twice as much.
Nuforce NE-770X ( Ice)
The impressive-sounding Nuforce NE-770 earphones are a very solid value at $49.
Philips Citiscape Metro ( Blue)
The Citiscape Metro on-ear headphones have a great sense of style for a budget-priced headphone, but the sound lacks clarity.
TDK EB900 High Fidelity ( Black)
Despite some small shortcomings, TDK's EB900 in-ear headphones sound as good--or better--than a lot of more-expensive competitors.
Yamaha EPH-30 ( White)
The Yamaha EPH-30 Inner Ear Headphones are a fantastic option for anyone on a budget, offering sound quality on par with the sound of sets that cost at least twice as much.
Skullcandy Smokin' Buds ( Purple)
Although sound quality isn't the greatest, the Skullcandy Smokin' Buds provide a funky design and some compelling features for the price. They're a solid budget option for music phone owners.