Five Type of Headphones you can Buy in 2017

What are the best headphones you can buy in 2017? It would be very easy to spend a lot of money and choose the 10 best and most expensive, but we have selected headphones for all tastes and all types like the best of 2017. We have them from less than 20 euros to 1000 euros, So there is a wide range to choose from.

It will not be an easy task to buy the best headphones, especially if you do not know what type you are interested in buying. Here you have a short summary with the main advantages and disadvantages when buying one or the other.

1.-In-ear Earphones

In-ear Earphones

These are the typical headphones that we will find when we buy a smartphone or tablet and we usually discard for higher quality. Its tiny earphones are inserted into the ear canal, and some models include clips for a more secure fit.

Pros: ultra-compact and lightweight; Most models have controls for the microphone and navigation between songs on the cable; Can provide good isolation from external noise and do not interfere with slopes, glasses, etc … Some already have noise cancellation as the Bose QuietComfort 20, Pingzic also have best collection of earbuds under $50 you should check it out. They are usually cheaper and are used for sports.

Cons: Sound quality and bass response are often not comparable to larger models and we cover the ear completely; Some models may not fit very well depending on the pads we use.

2.-On-ear headphones (supra-aural)

On-ear headphones (supra-aural)

These headphones cover the ear but do not “enclose” the ear completely like circumaural models that provide greater sound insulation. They are preferred in the office environment as they let out some outside sound.

Pros: Comfortable; Less likely to overheat our ears than over-ear headphones; Some models are folded to facilitate transport. They are also cheap.

Cons: noise insulation is less effective than full-size models. With less powerful bass compared to over-ear headphones. They let the sound escape.

3.-Over-ear headphones (circumaurales)

Over-ear headphones (circumaurales)

This category includes any type of headset that completely encloses the ears. Due to their size and sound insulation, over-ear headphones are often best suited for use in the home, but noise-canceling Beats headphones have changed this paradigm and now everyone carries them everywhere.

Pros: Large headphones that offer excellent bass and volume levels; With surround sound that effectively blocks outside noise. They provide the best sound. Perfect for gaming if they have a microphone.

Cons: They can be very handsome to carry with you always; Can cause heat in the ears; Interfere with earrings, glasses etc … They tend to be more expensive.

4.-Wireless Headphones (RF – bluetooth)

Wireless Headphones (RF - bluetooth)

Wireless headphones are most often used at home or carried with us when we do not want to be disturbed by cables. The most popular format for transmitting music wirelessly is Bluetooth, but keep in mind that we are going to sacrifice some quality sound. Some of the new headphones support aptX Bluetooth which offers better sound quality.

Pros: no cables with which to get tangled; These last years have gone down in price and are more affordable. They are very comfortable and usually have a good design. Perfect for smartphones.

Cons: In many models when the battery is finished it is stopped listening the music (others have auxiliary cable); The sound quality is somewhat lower.

5.-Headphones with noise cancellation

Headphones with noise cancellation

These headphones prevent external noise from disturbing us while listening to music. Noise-canceling headphones are often over-eared, although there are already in-ear headphones. This type of headphones allow you to listen to music at lower levels, it reduces ear fatigue. You will also hear more details of your music.

Pros: Active noise cancellation technology eliminates ambient noise; Ideal for trips by airplanes or public transport to work.

Cons: They are usually somewhat more expensive. They alter the sound.

It is clear that they are not suitable for all budgets, considering that it costs a little less than 1000 euros. They are premium headphones with which you will need a Hi-Fi audio source to really appreciate their great sound quality. And you probably need a good amp and a good sound source in WAV format. Its sound is bright, has a lot of detail and all frequencies are well balanced. When you have heard its sound in all its splendor you will realize where your money really has gone. They are really comfortable and made from another planet, including their Kevlar cable. The only drawback that can be put is that their design may not appeal to everyone.

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