Earphones with best sound quality

By Kajoli Anand | Published on 16 Oct 2020
Earphones with best sound quality

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Headphones have evolved a lot over the years. Not just technologically, but also in shape, size and type. Almost everyone can find something that suits their comfort without much compromise on sound quality. If you are someone who likes the small form factor of in-ear headphones, then you’re lucky as the market is flooded with new truly wireless options and neck bands that last longer than ever. These not just offer a more discrete listening experience, but also give a decent level of comfort. We have picked some of the best earphones available on Amazon.

Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 is equipped with the brand’s unique 7-mm drivers, which should deliver a good sound output. What adds to this sound output is the Active Noise Cancellation technology used in the earphones. With this, you can disconnect from reality and focus solely on the music. These wireless earphones have touchpads built-onto their body so that you can customise the settings without the need for an additional app. Finally, the earphones offer a total battery life of seven hours stand alone, and upto 28 hours when you use the charging case, according to the brand.

Bose Soundsport

If you need a gym/sports-friendly in-ear wireless earphone, the Bose Sounsport is a must-check, especially if good sound quality is a priority. They are not truly wireless but are joined by a cable that keeps it hanging around the neck, and has a remote to control your music and calls. They are IPX4 splashproof and sweat-resistant, which makes them even better to use during a run. For connectivity, it uses Bluetooth, and also allows NFC pairing to connect it to a source with a single tap. Apart from a good design and fit, it also offers a lively sound signature and plenty of bass.

SoundMagic E11C

The SoundMagic E11C are audiophile-grade wired in-ear monitors that offer a snug fit and a rich, well-balanced and clean sound. It comes with a new 10mm dynamic driver and a silver-plated copper cables for enhanced audio precision. The earphone weighs 11g, and the cable is 1.2m long. Since it’s not a wireless headphone, the only connectivity medium it offers is 3.5mm jack. The sensitivity is said to be 112dB according to the brand, which should ideally make it loud too.

Jaybird Tarah Pro

The Jaybird Tarah Pro lets you customise the sound EQ so that you can listen to your favourite songs just the way you like them. To do so, you must customise the settings on the Jaybird app on your smartphone, and then save the same to your earphones. The earphones have an IPX7 rating, which means that they are dustproof and waterproof. You can wear them while running without worrying about your sweat damaging them. The brand claims that charging the battery for just five minutes gives you over two hours of playtime, making this ideal for people who are always in a hurry.

Kajoli Anand

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