FiiO is best known for its terrific affordable high-resolution music players like the X1 and X5, but this year they introduced the best sounding, under $100 (£70) in-ear headphone we've heard in the EX1.
The DT 880 Edition is available in three different versions, a low-impedance 32 Ohm model for use with portable music players, and 250- and 600-ohm models for home use.
The Focal Sphear's bass is ripe and full, and still definition and impact are still first rate.
Bona-fide audiophile sound for a price that won't break the bank.
This headphone has a fresher, more contemporary look, feel, and sound than other Koss headphones, and a lifetime warranty!
A cheap, downright cheap price, but the sound is really pretty terrific!
The Audio Technica ATH-MSR7 is a big step up from other headphones in its price class in resolution of fine detail.
Where most in-ear headphones have dynamic or balanced armature drivers, the M4U 4 Hybrid Dual-Driver System has both.
The PM-3 is now available in black, white, red, and blue finishes.
There's a lot to like about the Sony MDR-1A, first and foremost, it's supremely comfortable, and its even tempered sound is easy on the ears.
The Sennheiser RS 175 is a full-size, home-bound (not portable) RF wireless headphone.