Headphone the best: The 7 Best Audiophile Headphones – Summer 2023: Reviews

The 7 Best Audiophile Headphones – Summer 2023: Reviews

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Intro
  3. Best Headphones

    1. Best Upper Mid-Range

      1. Best Mid-Range

        1. Best Lower Mid-Range

          1. Best Budget

            1. Best IEMs

              1. Best Casual

                1. Notable Mentions
                2. Recent Updates
                3. All Reviews
                4. Discussions

                Updated Jul 20, 2023 at 02:52 pm

                By Becca Fischer

                If you care about audio quality above all else, you’ll want a good pair of audiophile-level headphones. While these headphones generally aren’t the best option to use daily due to their lack of active features, they’re great for fully immersing yourself in your music while at home. They reproduce sound accurately, and most can create a spacious, open soundstage that mimics listening to music on actual tower speakers. They also generally feel well-built and comfortable enough to fully enjoy the music without being reminded that you’re wearing headphones at all. Due to limitations with the Bluetooth connection, this article primarily focuses on wired audiophile headphones.

                We’ve tested over 730 pairs of headphones, and below are our recommendations for the best headphones for audiophiles you can buy. See our recommendations for the best headphones for music, the best bass headphones, the best wired headphones, and the best studio headphones.

                1. Best Audiophile Headphones

                  Sennheiser HD 800 S

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                  Neutral Sound

                  8.5

                  Type

                  Over-ear

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                  Open-Back

                  Wireless

                  No

                  Transducer

                  Dynamic

                  Noise Cancelling

                  No

                  Mic

                  No

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                  The best audiophile headphones we’ve tested are the Sennheiser HD 800 S. These top-of-the-line headphones aren’t for everyone; their high price point puts them out of reach for most users, and you’ll need a powerful amplifier to drive them, which can be an additional expense. However, if you’re looking for an immersive experience regardless of cost, these open-back over-ears have an outstanding soundstage that’s large, natural, and spacious.

                  Audio feels like it’s coming from out in front of you rather than from inside your head. Their dynamic transducers aren’t as prone to stereo imaging issues as planar magnetic headphones. However, the trade-off is that they lack more low-bass. Although they lack a bit of punch and rumble to their sound, these comfortable over-ears have a touch of extra high-bass to add warmth to mixes. Their mids are especially flat, so vocals and lead instruments sound accurate and natural, making them a solid choice for most audio content.

                  If you’re looking for high-end audiophile headphones with more bass, check out the HiFiMan Arya. They’re planar magnetic headphones that deliver more thump and punch to mixes but are brighter than the Sennheiser. Sibilants sound a bit piercing, though.

                  See our review

                2. Best Upper Mid-Range Audiophile Headphones

                  HiFiMan Edition XS

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                  Neutral Sound

                  8.7

                  Type

                  Over-ear

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                  Open-Back

                  Wireless

                  No

                  Transducer

                  Planar Magnetic

                  Noise Cancelling

                  No

                  Mic

                  No

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                  The HiFiMan Edition XS are the best mid-range audiophile headphones we’ve tested. These over-ears are easier on the wallet than the Sennheiser HD 800 S and still have planar magnetic transducers to help boost their bass and create an immersive sound. While they aren’t as comfortable or well-built, they have a neutral sound profile with a flat mid-range, so vocals and lead instruments sound present and clear. They also lack a bit of low-bass but have a bump of high-bass that adds warmth to mixes to balance their sound. Their passive soundstage is outstanding; it feels wide, spacious, and as if your audio is coming from outside your head.

                  These over-ears have a comfortable fit and, unlike other HiFiMan headphones, have a more conventional headband design. However, they still fit large. As a result, they aren’t as comfortable as our top pick, especially if you have a small head. They’re also well-built, but their plasticky hinges make them feel cheap.

                  See our review

                3. Best Mid-Range Audiophile Headphones

                  HiFiMan Sundara 2020

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                  8. 4

                  Type

                  Over-ear

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                  Open-Back

                  Wireless

                  No

                  Transducer

                  Planar Magnetic

                  Noise Cancelling

                  No

                  Mic

                  No

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                  If you’re looking for something under the $500 range, consider the HiFiMan Sundara 2020. Like the HiFiMan Edition XS, they’re planar magnetic headphones but have a different overall design, which some users may prefer. Their ski-band headband helps distribute the headphones’ weight across your head, and they have a circular ear cup design. They have a higher clamping force, so they fit more snugly. Their passive soundstage doesn’t feel as out of head either, though it’s still very open and spacious.

                  These over-ears have balanced and neutral mids, ensuring natural, present, and clear vocals and instruments. Sibilants like cymbals are present without becoming overly bright or piercing. While they don’t reproduce as much thump and punch as the Edition XS, their touch of extra high-bass helps add warmth to your mix.

                  See our review

                4. Best Lower Mid-Range Audiophile Headphones

                  Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO

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                  Neutral Sound

                  8.3

                  Type

                  Over-ear

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                  Closed-Back

                  Wireless

                  No

                  Transducer

                  Dynamic

                  Noise Cancelling

                  No

                  Mic

                  No

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                  The Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO are the best lower mid-range headphones for audiophiles we’ve tested. Like many audiophile headphones on the lower end of the price range, they have a closed-back design. Even though they’re comparable to similarly-priced open-backs like the Philips Fidelio X2HR for neutral sound, they don’t create a soundstage as wide or spacious as open-backs.

                  However, there are a few upsides to the closed-back design: it allows them to block out some ambient sound, like background chatter, and leak less audio, which is helpful for studio work. Closed-back headphones also do a better job reproducing bass, so your audio has adequate rumble and boom compared to open-backs like the HiFiMan Sundara 2020.

                  Voices and lead instruments are present and accurate too. The bright treble response can be fatiguing over time, but you may still like this sound, as it can help you hear imperfections while mixing audio. They also have a comfortable, well-built design, but the audio cable isn’t detachable, meaning you must replace the headphones if it breaks. If you’d like a replaceable cable, you might prefer the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x, which come with three interchangeable audio cables. They can’t block out as much ambient sound, though.

                  See our review

                5. Best Budget Audiophile Headphones

                  Philips SHP9500

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                  Neutral Sound

                  8.3

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                  Over-ear

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                  Wireless

                  No

                  Transducer

                  Dynamic

                  Noise Cancelling

                  No

                  Mic

                  No

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                  If you’re looking for even more affordable headphones, the Philips SHP9500 are the best budget audiophile headphones we’ve tested. These wallet-friendly headphones are plasticky compared to the more expensive options listed here, so they don’t feel very durable. Still, they offer a very neutral sound profile, with a flat mid-range response that ensures vocals and lead instruments are clear, accurate, and detailed. Unlike the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO, they have an open-back design that helps to create a wide-seeming and immersive passive soundstage. This design also means they struggle to reproduce low-bass, so your audio lacks thump and rumble.

                  They deliver audio consistently from use to use and have a very comfortable fit, with big ear cups that can easily fit around most people’s ears. However, if you’re looking for cheaper headphones, consider the Superlux HD 681. They aren’t as comfortable as the Philips but offer an analytical sound profile to help bring out imperfections in your audio. If you’re concerned about durability, they don’t feel as well-built as the Philips.

                  See our review

                6. Best Audiophile In-Ear Monitors

                  MOONDROP Blessing 3

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                  7. 8

                  Type

                  In-ear

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                  Closed-Back

                  Wireless

                  No

                  Transducer

                  Hybrid

                  Noise Cancelling

                  No

                  Mic

                  No

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                  If you prefer an in-ear fit instead of over-ears, the best in-ear monitors (IEMs) we’ve tested are the MOONDROP Blessing 3. These headphones offer a comfortable and stable fit, so they won’t slip out of your ears if you move your head around. Plus, their audio cables loop around your ear for added stability, which is a nice touch. Made of a combination of stainless steel and plastic, these in-ears feel well-built overall. Their cables are detachable, so you can always swap them out if they become damaged over time.

                  Their well-balanced sound profile makes them suitable for listening to many different music genres. There’s adequate thump and rumble in the bass range, and it doesn’t overwhelm vocals and lead instruments in the mids, so these remain clear and accurate in the mix.

                  That said, in-ears create a smaller and less immersive passive soundstage compared to the over-ears on our list. As a result, sound seems to come more from inside your head rather than from all around you. It may be a fair trade-off if you prefer in-ear monitors, especially as their design allows them to block out more ambient sound than closed-back over-ear alternatives like the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO.

                  See our review

                7. Best Casual Audiophile Headphones

                  Focal Bathys Wireless

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                  Neutral Sound

                  7.4

                  Type

                  Over-ear

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                  Closed-Back

                  Wireless

                  Yes

                  Transducer

                  Dynamic

                  Noise Cancelling

                  Yes

                  Mic

                  Yes

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                  The best casual-use audiophile headphones we’ve tested are the Focal Bathys Wireless. These Bluetooth headphones have a closed-back design. Unlike the much cheaper Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO, they have a very good ANC feature, so you can use them on the bus or when you’re out for a walk; your music won’t be drowned out by noise like background chit-chat or rumbling engines. They’re also wireless, so you don’t need to worry about managing a long cable when you’re out and about. They support the aptX Adaptive codec for high-res audio, which helps improve audio quality via Bluetooth.

                  They have a bass-rich, well-balanced sound profile. Instruments and vocals sound somewhat veiled, but you can adjust the sound with an EQ and presets in the companion software. The headphones are sturdy and comfortable, and unlike most audiophile headphones, they have a mic for the occasional phone call, even if it doesn’t perform the best.

                  That said, if you want audiophile headphones for gaming or mic performance is important to you, you might prefer the RØDE NTH-100M. While any wired headphones can receive audio from most consoles, these have a detachable boom mic with an excellent recording quality and a well-balanced sound profile. However, both the RØDE and the Focal have a closed-back design, and their passive soundstage performances aren’t very good. The soundstage seems small, and audio seems to come from inside your head.

                  See our review

                Notable Mentions

                • Sennheiser HD 58X Jubilee:
                  The Sennheiser HD 58X Jubilee have a well-balanced sound profile and deliver great performance for their price, but they aren’t as comfortable or as well-built as the Sennheiser HD 800 S.
                  See our review
                • Sennheiser HD 650:
                  The Sennheiser HD 650 are mid-range open-back headphones. They have a very neutral and flat mid-range. However, their passive soundstage isn’t as immersive-feeling as that of the HiFiMan Edition XS, and they’re also prone to more inconsistencies in audio delivery.
                  See our review
                • Sennheiser HD 560S:
                  The Sennheiser HD 560S are comfortable open-back headphones with a well-balanced sound profile, resulting in clear, detailed vocals and lead instruments. They’re more comfortable than the HiFiMan Edition XS, but their passive soundstage isn’t as immersive or natural-seeming.
                  See our review
                • Beyerdynamic DT 1770 PRO:
                  The Beyerdynamic DT 1770 PRO are higher-end headphones than the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO that feel better built and have a detachable audio cable design. However, the DT 770 PRO will still offer a better value to most users as they have a more neutral sound profile and a more immersive passive soundstage.
                  See our review
                • Philips Fidelio X2HR:
                  The Philips Fidelio X2HR are lower mid-range open-backs with a comfortable fit and a neutral sound. They can’t reproduce as much low-bass as the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO, though, and they’re bulkier.
                  See our review
                • HiFiMan ANANDA-BT Wireless:
                  The HiFiMan ANANDA-BT Wireless are wireless, open-back audiophile headphones. Their mic and wireless design make them more suitable for casual use than many wired picks on this list. They have a better soundstage performance than the Focal Bathys Wireless but aren’t as well-suited for casual use because they don’t block out any sound and leak a lot of audio by design.
                  See our review

                Recent Updates

                1. Jul 20, 2023:
                  Replaced the MOONDROP Aria with the MOONDROP Blessing 3 as ‘Best IEMs’.

                2. May 23, 2023:
                  Replaced the HiFiMan ANANDA-BT Wireless with the Focal Bathys Wireless because the Focal’s closed-back design makes them better for casual use. Moved the HiFiMan to Notable Mentions.

                3. Mar 07, 2023:
                  We’ve replaced the HiFiMan Arya with the HiFiMan Edition XS and added the HiFiMan Sundara 2020 as the ‘Best Mid-Range Audiophile Headphones’ to better show the gradation of headphones across the price spectrum. Also added the Focal Bathys Wireless to Notable Mentions.

                4. Jan 05, 2023:
                  Made minor text updates and ensured that the products are available.

                5. Sep 20, 2022:
                  We’ve added the HiFiMan Arya as the ‘Best Upper Mid-Range Audiophile Headphones’ and made the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO the ‘Best Lower Mid-Range Audiophile Headphones’. We’ve also added the Philips Fidelio X2HR to Notable Mentions.

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                Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best sounding headphones to buy for most people in each price range. We factor in the price (cheaper headphones win over pricier ones if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no headphones that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

                If you would like to choose for yourself, here is the list of all our reviews for headphones, sorted by their neutral sound performance. Be careful not to get caught up in the details. There are no perfect headphones. Personal taste, preference, and where you use the headphones will matter more in your selection.

                The 7 Best Wired Headphones – Summer 2023: Reviews

                1. Table of Contents
                2. Intro
                3. Best Headphones

                  1. Best Upper Mid-Range

                    1. Best Mid-Range

                      1. Best Lower Mid-Range

                        1. Best Budget

                          1. Best Cheap

                            1. Best Earbuds

                              1. Notable Mentions
                              2. Recent Updates
                              3. All Reviews
                              4. Discussions

                              Updated Jul 06, 2023 at 05:10 pm

                              By Theresa Ketterling

                              While it can feel like there’s a general trend to move towards wireless headphones, a wired design offers many benefits. A wired connection eliminates audio lag, which is beneficial for studio use, while their analog cable can instantly connect to devices with an AUX input like an amplifier or DAC. Wired headphones work passively, so you don’t need to worry about running out of battery. While the gap between wired and wireless headphones is growing smaller and smaller when it comes to audio quality, you may still prefer to use a wired design to ensure you hear all the detail your audio has to offer.

                              We’ve tested over 730 pairs of headphones, and below are our recommendations for the best wired options. If you’re looking for our top picks for more specific types of wired headphones, check out our choices for the best audiophile headphones, the best headphones for studio use, and the best DJ headphones.

                              1. Best Wired Headphones

                                Sennheiser HD 800 S

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                                8. 5

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                                Over-ear

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                                Open-Back

                                Wireless

                                No

                                Transducer

                                Dynamic

                                Noise Cancelling

                                No

                                Mic

                                No

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                                The best wired headphones we’ve tested are the Sennheiser HD 800 S. These audiophile headphones are top-tier but aren’t for everyone. Their high-price point can already put them out of reach of most people, but you’ll also need a powerful amp to drive them, which can be an extra expense if you don’t already have one. However, if you’re prepared to shell out the money, these well-known headphones create an incredibly spacious and immersive passive soundstage, thanks to their open-back enclosure. They bleed audio by design, so it’s best to use them in a quiet room. They’re also very comfortable, ensuring you don’t feel fatigued while wearing them for studio sessions.

                                They have a well-balanced sound profile with a very neutral mid-range, ensuring accurate vocals and lead instruments. Although they lack low-bass, this is normal for open-back headphones, and overall, these still have some warmth to their sound, thanks to a small bump in their high-bass. If you’re looking for high-end headphones that can reproduce more bass, try the HiFiMan Arya. These over-ears have planar magnetic drivers, which help improve their bass reproduction. As a result, they have better low-frequency extension and deliver more thump and punch than the Sennheiser. While these two headphones have a close overall performance, the HiFiMan aren’t as well-built, and their soundstage is a bit less natural-sounding, although it’s still quite excellent.

                                See our review

                              2. Best Upper Mid-Range Wired Headphones

                                HiFiMan Edition XS

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                                8. 7

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                                Over-ear

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                                Open-Back

                                Wireless

                                No

                                Transducer

                                Planar Magnetic

                                Noise Cancelling

                                No

                                Mic

                                No

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                                If you’re looking for something premium under $1,000 without completely sacrificing performance, you’ll want to check out the HiFiMan Edition XS. Unlike the Sennheiser HD 800 S, these headphones have planar magnetic drivers instead of dynamic drivers, which helps them reproduce more bass, despite their open-back design. However, their lower price means a compromise in build quality, as they have plastic hinges that don’t feel durable. Their padded headband also feels heavy compared to the ski-band headband styles found on other over-ears from this manufacturer, and the headphones can feel quite large if you have a small head. They’re still well-built overall and have a comfortable fit for most people.

                                They have a versatile sound profile that reproduces vocals and instruments clearly. Although a dip in their high-mid weakens vocals and instruments, they’re still present and detailed. Sibilants like hi-hats are also bright without being piercing. They deliver audio consistently, so you don’t need to worry much about getting a different sound from use to use. Their open-backed design helps create an open, spacious, and natural passive soundstage, which helps make your audio more immersive.

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                              3. Best Mid-Range Wired Headphones

                                HiFiMan Sundara 2020

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                                8.4

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                                Over-ear

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                                Open-Back

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                                No

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                                Planar Magnetic

                                Noise Cancelling

                                No

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                                No

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                                The HiFiMan Sundara 2020 are more affordable than the pricy HiFiMan Edition XS. You can still expect planar magnetic drivers and a solid sound from these cans, although there are some slight differences. They have a ski-band headband design, which helps distribute the weight of the headphones on your head, and ensures a more comfortable fit for long listening sessions. Their ear cups also have a smaller, more circular shape, which looks and feels less bulky than their more expensive counterpart. Although they clamp more tightly onto your head, it’s not fatiguing or painful.

                                They have a neutral sound profile with a flat mid-range, so vocals and instruments sound clear, natural, and accurate. However, they lack more thump, rumble, and punch than the Edition XS. While their passive soundstage seems wide, spacious, and open, the headphones struggle to pull the soundstage out of your head and into the room around you. However, it still feels pretty engaging.

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                              4. Best Lower Mid-Range Wired Headphones

                                Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO

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                                8. 3

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                                Over-ear

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                                Closed-Back

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                                No

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                                Dynamic

                                Noise Cancelling

                                No

                                Mic

                                No

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                                The Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO are the best mid-range wired headphones we’ve tested. Unlike the previous picks, they have a closed-back design and are among the best closed-back headphones we’ve tested. These headphones usually have a cheaper price point than their open-back counterparts and are worth checking out if you want a pair of headphones that can block out some background noise and don’t leak as much audio. However, they also produce a less spacious-seeming, immersive passive soundstage than open-backs like the HiFiMan Sundara 2020. They do a better job of reproducing the thump and rumble of low bass compared to the previous open-back picks. They also have a well-balanced, accurate mid-range response, with instruments and lead vocals that sound present and detailed.

                                However, they have a slightly bright sound profile that makes elements like cymbals or S and T sounds seem piercing. Their audio delivery is inconsistent, so people wearing glasses or with thick hair might notice a drop in bass. If you’re looking for a less analytical sound, the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x have a more recessed treble range, so sibilants are dull rather than harsh. They have a warmer overall sound, but their soundstage doesn’t feel as natural.

                                See our review

                              5. Best Budget Wired Headphones

                                Philips SHP9500

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                                8.3

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                                Open-Back

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                                No

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                                Dynamic

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                                No

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                                The Philips SHP9500 are the best wired over-ear headphones we’ve tested at the budget level. At this price point, it’s common to find more plasticky-feeling headphones, and these affordable over-ears are no exception. Although their swiveling ear cups feel prone to breakage over time, they still have a very comfortable fit, meaning you won’t feel fatigued during long listening sessions. They also have an open-back design, so they can create a wide, spacious-seeming passive soundstage that helps make your audio feel more immersive. They deliver sound consistently too, and come with a 1/8″ to 1/4″ adapter, meaning you can connect them to a mixer or amp out of the box.

                                Like most open-back headphones, they have a very neutral sound profile with a very accurate mid-range response, ensuring vocals and lead instruments reproduce accurately. Their treble response is flat but overemphasized, bringing out details and adding brightness to mixes. However, they’re lighter on bass than the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO and lack a lot of thump and kick. If you’re looking for affordable headphones with a bit more oomph in the lower frequencies, consider the Sony MDR-7506. They’re closed-back headphones, so their soundstage isn’t as wide or spacious as the Philips, but they have a more extended bass, ensuring ample rumble.

                                See our review

                              6. Best Cheap Wired Headphones

                                Superlux HD 681

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                                8.3

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                                Over-ear

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                                Semi-Open

                                Wireless

                                No

                                Transducer

                                Dynamic

                                Noise Cancelling

                                No

                                Mic

                                No

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                                For those on a shoestring budget, the best cheap wired headphones we’ve tested are the Superlux HD 681. You have to make a bit of a sacrifice at this price point as their affordability reflects in their build quality. They’re mostly made of low-grade plastic, and the audio cable isn’t detachable. However, they’re still worth checking out, especially as they have a semi-open design, unlike our previous picks. This helps them create an open and spacious soundstage, making your listening experience more immersive. It also has the added benefit of blocking background noise and reducing audio bleed.

                                These over-ear headphones are lightweight and have a very comfortable fit. They also have a very neutral sound profile suitable for various genres and types of content. Their bass response is slightly overemphasized across the range, adding some extra rumble, punch, and boom to mixes, but instruments and lead vocals are present and detailed. They have fairly consistent bass and treble delivery, but you may notice a drop in bass if you have thick hair or wear glasses.

                                See our review

                              7. Best Wired Earbuds

                                MOONDROP Blessing 3

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                                7. 8

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                                In-ear

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                                Closed-Back

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                                No

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                                Hybrid

                                Noise Cancelling

                                No

                                Mic

                                No

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                                The MOONDROP Blessing 3 are the best wired earbuds we’ve tested. These premium in-ear monitors (IEMs) are designed for good sound quality and offer some versatility over the over-ears listed here since you can buy a cable with a mic if you want to make phone calls. They have a hybrid driver design, including dynamic drivers and four armature drivers for the mid and treble ranges. This helps them reproduce higher frequencies accurately, ensuring they have a natural and detailed sound. Their bass response is also very neutral, so your audio’s rumble, punch, and boom are reproduced accurately. They have a very sturdy design, and the audio cable is detachable, so it’s less likely to break if it snags on something.

                                They have a comfortable fit for most people. The cables loop around your ears, which helps prevent them from falling out even if you move your head around a lot. They don’t have ANC, which is normal for IEMs, but still passively block out an impressive amount of mid-range noise, like background conversations. All that said, they aren’t cheap and won’t be for everyone. If you’re looking for less expensive wired in-ears, the MOONDROP Aria are a much more budget-friendly option from the same brand. These in-ears aren’t as well-built, block out much less noise, and only use dynamic drivers. While both models have fairly neutral mids, the Aria’s treble is more recessed, so sibilants like cymbals are weak.

                                See our review

                              Notable Mentions

                              • Sennheiser HD 600:
                                The Sennheiser HD 600 are well-built open-back headphones with a fairly neutral sound profile. However, they can’t reproduce as much low-bass as the HiFiMan Sundara 2020, and their passive soundstage doesn’t feel as wide.
                                See our review
                              • Sennheiser HD 560S:
                                The Sennheiser HD 560S are open-back headphones with a well-balanced sound profile. However, their soundstage isn’t quite as expansive or natural as higher-end open-backs like the HiFiMan Sundara 2020, and they aren’t as well-built as other audiophile headphones at this price range, like the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO.
                                See our review
                              • Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO:
                                The Beyerdynamic DT 990 PRO are the open-back counterpart of the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO. They have a well-built design and deliver a lot of bass for open-back headphones. However, they sound a bit boomy and piercing. Their passive soundstage isn’t as immersive as other open-backs like the Philips SHP9500.
                                See our review
                              • Sennheiser HD 58X Jubilee:
                                The Sennheiser HD 58X Jubilee are open-backed headphones ideal for critical listening but aren’t as comfortable as the Philips SHP9500. You can also only buy them on Drop.com.
                                See our review
                              • Audio-Technica ATH-M20x:
                                The Audio-Technica ATH-M20x are budget-friendly closed-back headphones. They can reproduce bass more accurately than the Philips SHP9500 and block out more background noise. However, they’re not as comfortable or well-built.
                                See our review

                              Recent Updates

                              1. Jul 06, 2023:
                                Replaced the MOONDROP Aria with the MOONDROP Blessing 3 because of their more premium build and neutral sound profile.

                              2. Jun 06, 2023:
                                We’ve added the Audio-Technica ATH-M20x to Notable Mentions as an alternative to the Philips SHP9500 and added a comparison between the Philips SHP9500 and the Sony MDR-7506.

                              3. May 04, 2023:
                                Minor text updates.

                              4. Mar 14, 2023:
                                We’ve replaced the HiFiMan Arya with the HiFiMan Edition XS, and added the HiFiMan Sundara 2020 as ‘Best Mid-Range Wired Headphones’.

                              5. Jan 25, 2023:
                                Made minor updates to the text and checked that the products are in stock.

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                              Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best wired over-ears to buy for most people depending on their needs. We factor in the price (cheaper headphones win over pricier ones if the difference isn’t worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no headphones that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

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                              Music lovers in 2023 are increasingly choosing the best wireless TWS headphones, which are distinguished by the complete absence of wires. Moreover, each earpiece works offline, and it connects to the phone and another earphone via Bluetooth. There are no connectors on their case – recharging comes from the case, which allows you to replenish the charge even when you are away from the mains.

                              As TWS technology advances, the headset becomes cheaper and the sound quality and battery life improve, making it one of the most popular headsets in the world. We have prepared a ranking of the best TWS wireless earbuds, in which the headset is sorted by price-quality ratio. In the top there are both inexpensive and professional models with noise reduction, a good microphone and high-quality sound.



                              One of the most affordable options in the range of the Chinese manufacturer stands out with moisture protection according to the IPX4 standard. They are unlikely to survive diving under the surface of the water, but you can not be afraid of falling into the rain. The best in-ear tws headphones for Android from inexpensive ones received a built-in noise-canceling microphone, which makes talking on the phone comfortable. Connection to to the phone is carried out using the Bluetooth 5.0 wireless protocol, the signal of which extends to a distance of up to 10 meters.

                              The headset is equipped with dynamic drivers with a diameter of 7.2 mm and an improved audio chip from Realtek. The left and right earphone can work independently. This can be taken advantage of when traveling by car, using a single earpiece in the form of a headset for safe answering a call. The headset has a built-in 43 mAh battery, the resource of which is enough for 4 hours of listening to music. With the case, autonomy increases to 12 hours, and it will take about 2 hours to recharge it.

                              Pros:

                              • One of the most affordable;
                              • Good bass;
                              • Quick connection with the phone via Bluetooth;
                              • Quality magnets in a case;
                              • High volume;
                              • Noise canceling microphone;
                              • Small case;
                              • Value for money.

                              Cons:

                              • Case is prone to scratches;
                              • Volume control via phone only.


                              The choice of the best tws headset can be stopped at JBL Tune 225TWS, available in 9 colors – gold, red, orange, pink, gray, white, black, blue and even transparent. The device belongs to the popular JBL T-Series line and will be a great addition to your look.

                              Headphones weigh only 2 grams and do not create any discomfort. Moreover, this did not prevent us from achieving good autonomy – up to 5 hours of continuous listening to music, and with a case this time increases to 25 hours. The case charges in 2 hours up to 100% via the USB Type-C port. Audiophiles will not like the weak passive noise isolation, but on the other hand, it increases the safety of movement in an urban environment.

                              Large dynamic drivers with a diameter of 12 mm reproduce lows, highs and mids well. Each headphone has a microphone, and you can use them both together and separately. It is convenient to separate them when exchanging voice messages in instant messengers or talking on the phone.

                              Pros:

                              • Good sound with punchy bass;
                              • Autonomy time;
                              • Waterproof;
                              • Huge selection of color options;
                              • Excellent build;
                              • Very fast and easy connection.

                              Cons:

                              • Sometimes it shifts and sits incorrectly in the ear, which causes pain over time;
                              • Microphone without noise reduction.


                              Realme Buds Air 3 takes the 11th place in terms of sound quality in TWS headphones. The gadget is available in two colors – blue and white. The charging case is compact and has an oval shape, which, combined with small dimensions, allows you to place it in any pocket. The build quality is nothing to complain about. At the top of the lid, there is a shimmering glass element with the realme logo. On the front panel there is a small LED that indicates the percentage of charge. On the side there is a pairing button, and on the bottom there is a USB Type-C connector for charging.

                              Inside the case, the headphones are arranged vertically and mounted on magnets, which prevents them from falling out of their seat. The big advantage of the model is convenience – the headphones are really light and comfortable to use. The Bluetooth 5.2 module with SBC and AAC audio codecs is responsible for the connection. Both earbuds can connect to your device independently. The realme Link earphone app is available for both Android and iOS. Its interface is simple, clear and fully debugged. All functions are placed on the main screen, which simplifies navigation.

                              There are three sound settings to choose from: Bass Boost+, Balanced, and Bright (treble boost). The earbuds have touch panels located on the front, and their functions can be freely configured in the app. According to the specification, Realme Buds Air 3 can work up to 7 hours without recharging and up to 30 hours with a charging case. When active noise cancellation is used, these results are 5. 5 hours and 22 hours, respectively. The case charges quickly – in just 2 hours to 100%. The battery capacity is 43 mAh.

                              The headphones are very good at handling low sounds and other noises such as loud conversations nearby. You will hear only music and get a lot of pleasure from listening to it. The model comes with a basic set of accessories: the headphones themselves, a yellow USB-USB type C wire and two additional pairs of silicone cases in sizes S and L (M on the factory headphones), as well as an instruction manual.

                              Pros:

                              • Excellent sound quality;
                              • Stable connection up to 10 meters;
                              • Very handy application for fine tuning;
                              • You can set actions by pressing;
                              • 1000kbps 16bit flac tracks play perfectly;
                              • Long life on one charge;
                              • Good volume margin;
                              • Support for AAC and SBCl codecs;
                              • One of the most affordable active noise canceling options;
                              • Reliably protected from moisture according to IPX5;
                              • 10 minutes on charge is enough for 2 hours of use;
                              • Stylish design;
                              • Excellent ergonomics and appearance.

                              Cons:

                              • The case is rather slippery in hands;
                              • Slight play in case lid.


                              Review of the best bluetooth tws headphones for music goes to HUAWEI FreeBuds SE, the highlight of which is thoughtful ergonomics, nice design and top performance for its price. There are two color options – classic white and mint blue, each of them looks beautiful in its own way.

                              On a single charge, they last up to 6 hours, and the case increases autonomy up to 24 hours and charges itself from 0 to 100% in 1.5 hours. It will be comfortable to listen to music even in a noisy place thanks to the active noise reduction system, unnecessary sounds are effectively eliminated.

                              With no wires, HUAWEI FreeBuds SE does not hinder movement and is ideal for sports. In addition, they are not afraid of water drops thanks to their IPX4 waterproof rating, which means they are not afraid of being exposed to rain or sweat. Advanced dynamic drivers with neodymium magnets and a 10 mm diaphragm allow you to reproduce the entire frequency range. It turns out a sound rich in bass, which is what the manufacturer’s products are so famous for.

                              Connection to the signal source is via Bluetooth 5.2. It will be stable at a distance of up to 10 meters. The cutting-edge standard minimizes latency and helps keep audio in sync with on-screen events.

                              For a secure fit in the ear, the kit includes silicone eartips in several sizes (small, medium and large) so that everyone can find the best option for themselves. Thanks to thoughtful ergonomics, the headphones do not fall out of the ears and do not press, your ears will not hurt even after several hours of listening to music. Touch control has become even more convenient – with its help you can switch songs, activate the voice assistant, pause playback and answer calls.

                              Pros:

                              • Stylish design and color options;
                              • Perfect fit in the ear;
                              • 3 sizes of ear pads included;
                              • Lasts up to 24 hours on a single charge;
                              • Case fully charged in just 1. 5 hours;
                              • Active noise cancellation;
                              • Clear and spacious sound;
                              • Lightweight and compact body;
                              • Convenient touch control;
                              • Minimum delay in games;
                              • Quick and easy phone pairing;
                              • Waterproof to IPX4;
                              • Application for fine-tuning the sound.

                              Cons:

                              • Slippery, which makes it inconvenient to get out of the case;
                              • Marked glossy case.


                              Redmi managed to create the best budget tws headphones in your budget with a good microphone and active noise cancellation. There is a transparent mode that allows you to hear the sounds of the world without removing the headset from your ears. When it is retrieved, playback is automatically paused. Multipoint allows you to connect to multiple devices at the same time, and AAC codecs improve the sound.

                              The built-in battery lasts for 6 hours of music playback, and the complete case gives up to 28 hours of autonomy and charges 100% in 2. 5 hours. Charging can be both wireless and Type-C. Touch sensors allow you to control music playback without reaching your phone.

                              Each earpiece has 3 microphones. Two of them process external sounds and are needed for active noise suppression. Calibration occurs automatically, but some settings are also available for manual adjustment. Composite drivers with a diameter of 9-mm give excellent bass and treble.

                              Pros:

                              • Active noise cancellation;
                              • Transparency mode;
                              • Touch control for music playback;
                              • Autonomy;
                              • Wireless charger;
                              • Appearance;
                              • Sound quality;
                              • Ability to simultaneously connect to multiple gadgets;
                              • Beautiful animation on the phone with information about the remaining amount of charge.

                              Cons:

                              • No proprietary application for flexible settings;
                              • Case material.


                              Samsung Galaxy Buds Live with fast charging function – 5 minutes is enough for an hour of listening to music. Buds Together technology allows you to connect multiple headphones to one device. In games, audio latency is reduced, allowing you to react faster to approaching enemies.

                              At the heart of the headset is a AKG 12mm single-way driver, which is complemented by an accelerometer, Hall sensor, touch, compression, infrared sensor and bone conduction vibration technology. In addition, there are three microphones inside for good voice transmission to the interlocutor and active noise reduction.

                              With all this managed to maintain a modest weight of 5.6 grams. The case complies with the IPX2 waterproof class and supports touch control. Autonomy is enough for 6 hours of music playback, and with the case we get 21 hours at all. The case can be charged both wired and wirelessly.

                              Pros:

                              • Comfortable fit;
                              • Atypical design;
                              • Includes two sets of pads;
                              • Possibility of flexible settings in the mobile application;
                              • Good bass;
                              • Autonomy;
                              • Fast and wireless charging;
                              • Google Voice Assistant;
                              • Microphone.

                              Cons:

                              • The case is easily soiled and scratches quickly;
                              • Weak noise reduction – it will be missed in transport.


                              TWS headphones with good sound and a microphone will last up to 7.5 hours on a single charge, and the complete case extends autonomy up to 28 hours. The case is charged via a modern USB-C port, and very quickly – in 1.5 hours up to 100%. The earbuds themselves charge faster – 5 minutes on charge is enough for 4 hours of use. In the fifth generation, the headset has acquired IP54 moisture protection, active noise reduction and sounds even better compared to its predecessors. At the same time, the case opening mechanism has been improved, which is now easy to handle with one hand.

                              Huawei FreeBuds 5i are equipped with drop-shaped emitters and sit comfortably in the ear without trying to slip out. Legs protrude from the emitters, where batteries and controllers are built. The plastic case has become less weight and has an oval shape. For full operation, you will need to install the Huawei AI Life app, available on iOS and Android. Through it, the software is updated and fine-tuning is performed. Declared support for SBC and AAC codecs, which is combined with dynamic emitters with a size of 10 mm. Together, this gives a chic sound and the correct reproduction of compositions of any genre. For stable pairing with a smartphone, the Bluetooth 5.2 protocol is used.

                              Pros:

                              • Good active noise cancellation;
                              • Transparent mode for listening to the surroundings;
                              • Touch control;
                              • Comfortable fit in the ears;
                              • Long life on one charge;
                              • Music stops when taken out of ear;
                              • Proprietary application for fine tuning;
                              • External version;
                              • Build quality and materials used.

                              Cons:

                              • Hard to get out of case due to strong magnet.


                              tws headphone comparison goes to the best for talking on the phone with a quality noise-canceling microphone that picks up voice well in noisy environments and in windy conditions. The Samsung Buds2 differs from the first generation in the presence of active noise cancellation technology, but they are inferior to the Buds Plus in terms of battery life. Another downside is the lack of multipoint support. There is only automatic switching between Galaxy smartphones.

                              A key feature is the presence of a vibrational bone conduction sensor. It vibrates and affects the sound elements in the ear, while during listening, the headphones do not have to directly affect the eardrum. This way, you can enjoy your favorite songs while keeping in touch with the world around you.

                              Sophisticated ergonomics provide comfort while listening to music, and on a single charge, the headphones live up to 5 hours. With a complete case, this time is extended to 29hours. The inclusion occurs automatically at the moment of extraction from the case, after which it is paired with the phone via Bluetooth. There is its own volume control, support for AAC codecs and a transparent mode.

                              Pros:

                              • Bone conduction technology;
                              • Looks interesting;
                              • Transparent mode and touch control;
                              • Beautiful animation when paired with a smartphone;
                              • Small and handy case;
                              • Pleasant bass;
                              • Yearly noise reduction;
                              • Headphone search function;
                              • Good mobile application.

                              Cons:

                              • No full support for Multipoint;
                              • Playback is not interrupted when only one earpiece is removed;
                              • Slippery.


                              TWS headphones with good bass are connected to the phone via Bluetooth 5.2, which gives a stable connection at a distance of up to 15 meters. The manufacturer’s top model comes with active noise cancellation, Multipoint technology (allows you to connect to two different devices at the same time) and transparency mode. They are good even on a noisy street or when traveling by public transport, where the active noise reduction system will reveal its advantages.

                              Drivers are made from wool and composite material for incredibly fast and accurate response. The sound is even better thanks to digital signal processing, for which the state-of-the-art Qualcomm QCC3046 processor is responsible. Thus, Atvel Tune S5 ProX reproduces clear sound without distortion, and the active noise reduction system ensures your comfort when listening to music on the subway or on a noisy street. It is built on 4 microphones and effectively eliminates external noise.

                              The drivers are quite large – with a diameter of 10 mm, and reinforced magnets and advanced design provide deep bass. Support for the aptX codec improves sound quality and conveys more details when listening to music. Atvel Tune S5 ProX is perfect for communicating with loved ones – they accurately convey your voice to the interlocutor, capturing it with 4 microphones and filtering out external noise.

                              Another, no less important plus is the excellent battery life. On a single charge, the headphones can work up to 6 hours, and with a branded case, autonomy increases to 30 hours. You will charge it via a USB-C cable, and the process is very fast – in just an hour from 0 to 100%.

                              Comes with 4 pairs of interchangeable ear pads, headphone cleaning stick, charging cable and detailed instructions. The pads are made of pleasant tactile SoftGel silicone, are easily removed from the case and sit comfortably in the ears. You won’t get tired of them even after many hours of listening to music. The Atvel Tune S5 ProX is great for gaming thanks to its low latency of just 100ms. This ensures that the sound will not lag behind the video, providing a better gaming experience. They can also be used when jogging – they are reliably protected from moisture according to the IPX5 standard, which means that they are not afraid of drops of sweat and rain.

                              Atvel Tune S5 ProX control is as simple as possible – just double-tap the headphones to start or pause playback, three times to switch the song, tap the right earphone once to increase the volume and once the left one to decrease it. You can also answer a call, switch the noise reduction mode, transparency and activate a special gaming mode with minimal delay.

                              Pros:

                              • Support for AAC, SBC, aptX codecs improves sound and makes it clearer;
                              • Stable Bluetooth 5.2 connection;
                              • Long battery life;
                              • Case charging speed – up to 100% in just an hour;
                              • Good sound for the price;
                              • Comfortable fit and no pressure on the ears;
                              • Bright design;
                              • There is active noise reduction, multipoint and transparency mode;
                              • 4 pairs of interchangeable ear pads included;
                              • Advanced digital signal processing system – the sound will be clear and detailed;
                              • Fully waterproof, suitable for sports;
                              • Convenient operation;
                              • Easy to take out of case.

                              Cons:

                              • Playback is not paused when you take the earpiece out of your ear.


                              The best sports tws headphones from Samsung stand out from the competition with a combination of two drivers – 11 mm woofer and 6. 5 mm tweeter, which gives new emotions from listening to already familiar songs. During calls, the built-in microphones (3 on each earbud) are activated, the efforts of which cut off external noise, and the air chamber minimizes the effect of wind blowing. Accordingly, the interlocutor will hear you well under any conditions.

                              For an immersive music experience, Active Noise Cancellation technology is implemented, and the intensity of noise reduction can be adjusted to suit your preferences. If you talk to someone, then the transparency mode is automatically turned on, in which everything that is happening around is clearly audible. Find My Earbuds helps you find your lost earbuds.

                              Together with the headset you get a charging case that extends autonomy from 5 to 18 hours. It fully charges in 1 hour, which can be done via a USB-C cable, or without wires at all. There is a 3D sound function and the ability to personalize gestures. Headphones are ideal for sports, as they are protected from water and dust according to the IPX7 standard. Bluetooth 5.3 connection and support for AAC, SBC, Samsung Scalable Codec codecs provide excellent sound that will satisfy even the most sophisticated music lovers.

                              Pros:

                              • Convenient mobile application;
                              • Two speakers for different frequencies;
                              • Long battery life;
                              • Includes three sets of ear pads;
                              • Excellent microphone;
                              • Ability to personalize gestures;
                              • Search function for lost headphones;
                              • Support for fast and wireless charging of the case in 1 hour;
                              • Waterproof IPX7;
                              • Clear and bassy sound.

                              Cons:

                              • You cannot connect to two different devices at the same time.


                              The best noise canceling in tws headphones was created by Apple, which became possible due to the presence of an internal and external microphone. In addition to it comes an adaptive equalizer, a transparent mode and a voice assistant Siri. In the new generation, the control system has been completely redesigned. If earlier it was built on an accelerometer and recorded tapping on the body, now miniature panels with a pressure sensor are being installed. With it, you can switch tracks, pause them, activate the transparency mode. In the latter, microphones specifically pass external noise so that you can assess the situation around. The main innovation concerns connection calibration. The phone sends out a test signal comparing the sound in the earpiece and outside. Based on this, AirPods Pro 2 judge how well the nozzle fits. If it is not tight enough, the system will advise you to change the position of the nozzle or replace it. The sound quality surpasses its predecessors due to the vacuum fit and new custom drivers. As a result, the dynamic range has expanded, the sound spectrum has become more even and bass power has increased. Battery life lasts up to 6 hours with active noise cancellation, and with a case it increases to 30 hours. 5 minutes of charging is enough for an hour of listening to music.

                              Pros:

                              • Very comfortable and won’t fall out of the ears;
                              • Top noise reduction – nothing but music is heard;
                              • Good bass;
                              • Autonomy;
                              • Plug-in calibration;
                              • Siri voice assistant;
                              • Convenient music playback control mechanism;
                              • Transparency mode;
                              • Ecosystem.

                              Cons:

                              • Marked case.


                              Anker offers the best tws headphones for audiophiles in terms of price and quality, which attract with their beauty, light weight and pleasant ergonomics. On a single charge, they live up to 8 hours, although with noise reduction turned on, autonomy will be 2 hours less. The case extends this time to 32 hours and charges via a modern USB-C port.

                              Bluetooth 5.2 is used for stable communication with a smartphone. In addition, support for AAC, SBC and LDAC codecs is declared. Touch sensors allow you to touch control music playback, noise reduction and answer calls. When you remove the headphones from your ears, music playback is automatically paused. There is a transparency mode that allows you to hear the sounds of the world without removing the headset.

                              Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro incorporates all the best that the manufacturer can offer, in particular HearID Sound technology. It uses 6 microphones to analyze the sound from the outside and inside and, based on this, changes the equalizer settings, and also interferes with the operation of the active noise reduction system so that it is as effective as possible. Another trump card of the headphones is the Soundcore mode, which creates the effect of full-fledged 3D sound. With it, the immersive effect of games, movies and listening to music is enhanced, your experience has never been so realistic.

                              It will be pleasant to listen to music both at home and on a busy street. Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro effectively filter out external noise so that you feel comfortable and enjoy your favorite songs even on the bus and subway. 3 noise reduction levels so you can adjust them to your current environment. The model is also perfect for jogging, because the IPX4 rating provides protection from drops of sweat and rain.

                              Hybrid coaxial drivers transmit high and low frequency sound without interference. As a result, we get excellent detail, bright bass, juicy mids and clean highs. The Liberty 3 Pro comes with 4 pairs of interchangeable ear pads to help you find the perfect fit for your ear. The combination of well-thought-out ergonomics, low weight and special channels to relieve pressure in the ears guarantees no discomfort even during prolonged use.

                              Pros:

                              • Very pretty;
                              • Do not put pressure on the ears and do not fall out even when jogging;
                              • Large headroom;
                              • Great sound, especially on LDAC codec;
                              • Excellent noise reduction;
                              • Work for a long time on a single charge;
                              • Cool application on the phone;
                              • Quick pairing;
                              • Customizable touch buttons;
                              • Build quality and materials;
                              • Includes 4 pairs of ear pads;
                              • Fast and wireless charging support.

                              Cons:

                              • LDAC does not work when connected to two devices;
                              • Not very convenient to get out of the case – there is nothing to grab onto.


                              Sony has released the best tws headphones in 2022 in terms of sound quality, the low-frequency range is especially pleasing. The bass is rather neutral, but clear and with good attack, which remains rare for the TWS . 360 Reality Audio technology gives the sound volume, but this format requires special content. Now it is only available on some streaming services.

                              Battery life is limited to 8 hours, and with the case it increases to 36 hours. It fully charges in 1.5 hours, which can be done both by wire and wireless charging. The kit includes comfortable polyurethane tips, and the headphone housing meets the IPX4 waterproof standard. To improve the frequency range, you will need an LDAC-enabled technique. With it, it will be in the range of 20 – 40,000 Hz.

                              There is an auto-pause, high-quality active noise reduction, a transparent mode and a noise-canceling microphone. Voice control with Google Assistant is possible. The case is made of matte plastic, due to which it gets less dirty. It can be dyed black or silver. Alas, it is still massive and is unlikely to fit in your pocket. In terms of sound quality, the Sony WF-1000XM4 is better than the AirPods Pro, but they lose in the conversational part.

                              Pluses:

                              • Opportunity to take a fresh look at already familiar melodies;
                              • Excellent noise reduction and transparency;
                              • Size and fit;
                              • Autonomy time;
                              • 5 minutes in the case is enough for an hour of use;
                              • Design;
                              • Variety of settings available;
                              • Autopause;
                              • LDAC codec outperforms Aptx HD in many ways;
                              • Instant connection;
                              • Soft inserts in three sizes;
                              • Fine-tuning the sound through the equalizer.

                              Cons:

                              • Price;
                              • Transparency mode inferior to AirPods Pro;
                              • Large charging case;
                              • No multipoint.


                              Nomination Winner
                              Price/quality leader Realme Buds Air 3
                              Better sound and noise reduction Sony WF-1000XM4
                              The most stylish and trendy headphones Apple AirPods Pro 2
                              Most autonomous Sony WF-1000XM4
                              Best of the cheapest Xiaomi Redmi Buds 3 Pro

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                              Best wireless on-ear headphones for iPhone in 2023

                              When it comes to clarity and sound quality, high-quality headphones come to the rescue. If you’re looking for quality sounding headphones, I would highly recommend these on-ear headphones first. In this post, we share some of the best! 9See also with other Apple products, which makes them The perfect set of headphones for your iMac, MacBook, iPad or iPhone. They feature an Apple h2 chip for easy pairing and power management. AirPods Max have always-on Siri, 20 hours of battery life, active noise cancellation, excellent transparency mode, and spatial audio. You can choose from five colors. On top of that, it’s a great sound.


                              Beats Solo3 Wireless Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones

                              Beats Solo3 Wireless Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones

                              Beats Wireless Headphones are high-quality headphones designed by Apple. They have a stylish design, powerful speakers and excellent sound quality.

                              Beats headphones are equipped with Bluetooth technology, allowing you to connect them to various devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, and more. In addition, they have a built-in microphone, which allows you to use them for calls.

                              One of the features of Beats headphones is their unique design. They have a streamlined shape and look very stylish. In addition, they are lightweight and easy to use.

                              When it comes to sound quality, Beats headphones deliver great sound with deep bass and punchy highs. They also have a noise canceling feature that helps reduce outside noise.


                              Sony WH-1000XM4 – Great Sound from Sony

                              Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones

                              The Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless On-Ear Headphones feature Sony’s proprietary Edge-AI technology to upscale compressed digital music files so your digital music will always sound great. They have 30 hours of battery life, digital noise cancellation, five built-in microphones for superior call quality, and built-in Alexa.


                              Bose 700 – Premium Quality Bose

                              Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700

                              The Bose 700 Noise Canceling Headphones are the continuation of the hugely popular Bose QuietComfort 35 II. They have the deep bass you expect from Bose, as well as 11 levels of active noise cancellation, Alexa and Google Assistant, 20 hours of battery life and water resistance.


                              Audio-Technica ATH-M50X

                              Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Headphones

                              These are wired on-ear headphones with sound praised by leading audio reviewers. They have an extended frequency range with deep bass. These headphones also feature comfortable, professional-grade ear cushions and a headband, so you can comfortably wear them for hours.


                              Edifier W800BT Plus – Budget sound and features

                              Edifier W800BT Plus

                              This earphone offers many features of high quality headphones at a low price. They feature active noise cancellation, 30 hours of battery life, USB-C charging, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and wired and wireless modes.


                              Marshall Major IV

                              Marshall Major IV

                              The Marshall Major IV wireless headphones are a quality and reliable device for listening to music wirelessly. They have a stylish design, comfortable construction and high sound quality.

                              The headphones are equipped with Bluetooth 5.0, which ensures a stable connection with the source device at a distance of up to 10 meters. The battery life is up to 60 hours, which allows you to use the headphones for a long time without the need for recharging.

                              Major IV have a high quality sound with powerful bass and clear highs. Thanks to active noise canceling technology, you can enjoy music in noisy environments without being disturbed by external sounds.


                              Music for your ears …

                              Maybe you need great on-ear headphones for video editing, podcast recording or just to disconnect from the world and listen to great music. No matter what you need them for, there are some great on-ear headphones to use with your iMac, iPhone, iPad, or MacBook.