Have you ever been in a public place and seen someone listening to their music with cheap headphones? We’re not sure what’s worse: the tinny sounding audio leaking out of their headphones or the fact that they’re listening to it amplified. It’s not entirely their fault, though, it’s easy to buy terrible headphones since some of the more well-known options are too expensive to be accessible and often don’t provide quality worthy of their price tag (we’re looking at you, Beats by Dre).
Luckily, there are reasonably priced, high-quality headphones out there; we’ve taken the time to find the best headphones under $150 so that you have more time to focus on what’s really important – hearing your music the way the artist intended.
The Ultimate Headphones Under 150 Dollars
In the table below, we’ve listed the name of each of our most recommended products, as well as a couple of their relevant specifications. We have a lot more to say about them, though, so hold off on making a decision just yet.
|Headphones||Cable Length||Control Functionality|
|Symphonized NRG Wood Headphones||4 feet||Track skip, call answer/end|
|Sennheiser CX 685 Adidas||3.9 feet||None|
|SENSO Bluetooth Headphones||N/A||Volume, track skip, call answer/end|
|Sony MDR7506||9.8 feet||None|
Now that you’ve gotten a feel for each of the products we’ll be discussing, let’s get to it. We’ll be highlighting any strengths or weaknesses we find in each product and trying to find the type of person that they’d be best suited to, starting with the Symphonized NRG Wood Headphones.