The ATH-M50x specs are pleasing. They’re folding, round the ear headphones, good and comfy with plenty of padding. There’s plenty of room for your ears here. One drawback here is that they can get a little bit warm after extended use, but an hour or so should be no problem, comfort-wise. The headband grips the head quite firmly; you don’t get that feeling that they could be one head shake away from falling right off your head that some of the more style-oriented cans can give you.
The Ailihen C8 lightweight headphones not only enable you to listen to your favourite tracks on the go, but they let you do so without the disturbance of the outside world. They are designed in such a way that they take you to your world of music or gaming where you hear nothing but the sound emitted from your device.
Bose has clearly responded to consumers and also the competition. Simply, the market is willing to pay a little extra for wireless headphones and we are seeing it for the first time on their QuietComfort series. For your consideration, the QC35 can be found in silver and black. Despite looking nearly identical to the QC25, there are some subtle differences.
The Puro Sound BT2200s are on-ear, Bluetooth headphones designed specifically for children. They protect children’s hearing by limiting volume output to 85 dB—following the safe-listening recommendations of OSHA, Hearing Health Foundation, and The World Health Organization. They also passively block out 82% of ambient noise, reducing the need for users to turn them up to listen effectively.
Sometimes you have to have that rich, booming sound when you’re watching a movie or listening to music at home, but of course, not everyone living with you may want to feel the floor shaking. The HD 598 SE is a solution definitely worth considering—this premium pair of headphones deliver a crisp, deep, and detailed soundscape that rivals some of the more expensive home theater systems out there.