Best of 2016 – Top 10 Headphones to Buy

Headphones will always sit at the forefront of personalized entertainment. They are more powerful than ear pods and tend to deliver better sound quality across the spectrum. 2016 has had its fair share of impressive headphones, both wired and wireless. This top 10 headphones to buy list will give you a wide range of quality and a lovable cost mashup that will help you get the very best for your ears.

HiFiMan He-400i

The HiFiMan HE-400i is a full-size headphone that delivers amazing sound quality with its planar-magnetic drivers. Expect exceptional clarity and highs without compromising on those satisfying lows when you turn the music high for some bass. This gives it the audiophile quality headphones that will give you decent balance between money and quality.

V-Moda Crossfade M-100

The V-Moda Crossfade M-100 is excellent if you are ever on the go thanks to the foldable design that makes them easy to pack. An inline remote and microphone takes it beyond mere listening while the mellow sound quality and thumping bass will be something you will come to cherish should you buy these  headphones.

Platronics BackBeat Fit

These are the first flimsy wireless headphones on the top 10 headphones list. They are rubbery and easy to fold and slip straight into your ears like regular earbuds. An inbuilt SD slot converts them into independent audio players. It’s light flexible construct will make it perfect if you go jogging or working out a lot.

Audio-Technica ATH-M50x

At sun $200, these are undoubtedly some of the best budget headphones out there. The fact that they are Studio Monitor Headphones means that you get excellent sound quality and a lovable tight bass. The detachable cord design makes it easier to replace damaged cords meaning that the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x will be here to stay.

Bose QuietComfort 25

It would almost be blasphemy to go through this top 10 headphones list without mentioning Bose. My first on the list is the Bose QuietComfort 25s that are not only exemplary audio pieces but also impressive noise cancellers. You will need a battery to run the headphones but will only lose noise cancellation when the battery dies and not the music as in the previous model.

Beats Studio Wireless Headphones

Beats is another amazing label in the headphones business and has managed to coin up an impressive but expensive Bluetooth headphone with active noise cancellation. Your battery will give you up to 12 hours of listening and is, in my opinion, one of the best Bluetooth headphones you can get on the market right now.

Audeze Sine

Though costly, the Audeze Sine headphones are the first ever to support the iPhone 7’s Lightning port. They are small and comparatively affordable for something using the high-end planer magnetic drivers. The result is a very immersive and spacious sound from the otherwise small drivers. You will get the high-quality audio you pay for when buying these. They won’t disappoint.

Bose SoundSport Wireless

These are a true bargain and offer an exquisite value for your money. While they might not be headphones parse, their comfort in the ear, sweat resistance, and impressive sound makes them excellent partners in the gym. Couple this with its ability to work as a decent headset and an auto mode that preserves battery life and you can squeeze a little over six hours from these darlings.

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0

The softer and more spacious earcups make it quite comfortable while the high-quality drivers deliver amazing sound regardless of the media you are playing. They are costly, yes, but you get impressive audio time and some confinement inline remote that will work with most smartphones.

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