Music is a wonderful way to spice up an otherwise dull trip, day, or even week. There’s nothing bad about being able to enjoy some great music during your day, but the problem is that no matter how great you think the new track from your favorite band is or that new album that just was pressed is (and wow, I just realized that most bands don’t have albums pressed anymore, and that is really very sad to me), there’s a good chance that someone around you may not feel the same way.
Today, our phones allow us to do that wherever we are, but with the problem that no one wants to hear your music. The solution to this problem, of course, is the use of headphones. These will allow you to make sure that you can enjoy your tunes, wherever you go, while also making sure that the people next to you don’t have to hear them.
There are a lot of different ways to go with your headphones, though, from getting something that is wireless to going the classic 3.5mm aux cable ‘wired’ route, from getting something that goes over the ears to getting something that will be low profile and easy to slip in your ears unnoticed, from a headset that cancels noise to a headset that will amplify the bass. There are a lot of choices to be made.
Comparison of the Most Comfortable Headphones
Luckily, if you don’t want to read my in-depth reviews (that’s rude, to click an article and not read the reviews, by the way), I will be more than happy to provide you a table that tells you the important details about the headsets that are available. Here is a comprehensive table showing you the most comfortable headphones of 2017 based on our research.
|Samsung Level On Wireless||12 hours||Bluetooth, Included 3.5mm audio cable||Yes|
|Samsung Active InEar Headphones||No battery||Wired||None|
|Skullcandy Riff||No battery||Wired||Yes|
|Beats Solo 2 Wireless||12 hours with battery life gauge||Bluetooth||Yes|
|Beats By Dr Dre Second Generation Studio Wireless||10 hours||Bluetooth||Microphone Cable Included|
|Sony MDRZX330BT||30 hours||Bluetooth||Yes|
|Sony MDREX10LP||No battery||Wired||None|
|Bose IE2||No battery||Wired||None|
|Bose QuietComfort 25||30 hours||Bluetooth with optional wire connection||None|
|Panasonic ErgoFit RP-HJE120-S||No battery||Wired||None|
Most of us are carrying around, in our pockets, at all hours of the day, a device that lets us hear music from all over the world. You can get almost every song imaginable on your cell phone or your portable music player. But, again, not everyone wants to hear it, so even though you can turn your bus ride home into a dance party, that doesn’t necessarily mean that anyone else wants you to do so. Daft Punk may be fun, and Junior Senior may have a song that can make most people want to move their feet (even the people in the street), but manners dictate that you keep it to yourself.
Because of that, if you’re commonly listening to music while you’re out and about, you may want to consider getting one of the products listed up above.
Now that you have gotten a quick look at the things that the headphones that we are going to be looking at can offer you, let’s get a little bit more in-depth and take a look at each set of headphones individually.