The Aiaiai TMA-1's name takes inspiration from "2001: A Space Odyssey," which may be your dad's favorite movie from his youth. These $200 headphones cut a stripped-down physical profile with no joints to weaken their structural durabilit, and their solid construction is backed by a detailed headstage that makes them an excellent candidate for dads shopping for a stylish headset and neutral tonality for mixing music.
The Logitech UE Mobile Boombox is a thoughtfully designed mobile Bluetooth speaker that earns significant improvements over earlier designs. If your dad loves singing in the shower, this makes a great accessory for a bathroom soundtrack, too!
Yes, they're really $400, and yes, they're totally worth the money. Though their price tag might exceed the reach of audiophile dads on a budget, the HE-400s are the best-sounding full-size, home headphones for those willing to make the investment.
A staple in the audiophile community, your dad will love the HD 598 for their classic Sennheiser look with the sound to justify the price. This model has more detail and higher resolution than previous version, making it the most accurate-sounding headphone on the market from this company.
Parrot's Zik headphones are about the fanciest and most high-tech Bluetooth headphones you can buy Dad for Father's Day. You'll have to pay a good chunk of change ($400) for the privilege of owning them, but these are truly the Porsche of Bluetooth wireless headphones.
The JBL Flip portable Bluetooth Speaker sounds great for the money and is a solid value at just $99.99. Poised for action vertically or horizontally, it also doubles as a speakerphone for group conferencing with coworkers or catching up with Dad's family back at home.
While Beats headphones typically catch the eye of a more youthful crowd, the Monster Inspiration headphones' tight aural profile and muted design seems to inspire a more mature professional, perfect for the hip dad.
Couch potato dads (and the rest of the family too!) will love the Sennheiser wireless home-theater headphones, whose sonic fidelity nearly matches the company's top-of-the-line headphones at half the price.
The Harman Kardon NC noise-canceling headphones are a hit for audiophiles that don't want to sacrifice sound quality for active noise cancellation. This model arguably sounds slightly better than the Bose QC 15 and Audio-Technica ATH-ANC9, and they make a thoughtful gift for dads on the go who want to escape the noise of subways, airlines, and everywhere else.
The Bose label has become a staple among noise-canceling headphones, and the QuietComfort 3s continue the company's dedication to space-saving, comfortable headphones that use active-powered technology to block ambient noise.