Are you an audiophile? Are you picky about the quality of sound when you listen to music? Look no further. We take a look at four of the best over-the-ear headphones in the market. They are all priced in the same bracket and have similar specs (read impedance).
Hailed as the best entry entry-level audiophile headphones in the market, the Audio Technica M50x is packed with specs that you wouldn’t find in many the list. It’s incredible comfort and noise isolation capabilities make the M50x a winner all the way.
Read the full review on the M50x here.
The Sennheiser HD 598 speaks of subtlety. The sound is just right. No heavy bass. No loudness. No harshness. Just enough to send you on a trance. No wonder it makes its way into our list.
Read the full review on the HD 598 here.
The only headphones on the list with active noise cancellation. The sound quality is second to none. Bose has managed to up the quality and comfort with the latest edition of their legendary headphones.
Read the full review on the QC25 here.
While being on-the-ear, the Momentum deserves special mention for giving a tough fight to its over-the-ear counterparts.
Read the full review on the Momentum here.
The Beats Studio deserves to be in this category for a good reason. It’s overpriced, overrated, and mostly useless if you are looking for quality. If you would still want to check its review out, here it is.