Best Headphones Under 5,000 in India

Best Headphones Under 5,000 in India

As soon as you touch the ₹5,000 mark in the personal audio market, everything just gets a huge bump. The build, performance, features, and everything that is there for you to consider when buying a pair of headphones just gets much beter and close to the best there is in the market. The sound signature of most these headphones, especially the wireless ones is still bass-forward, but if you really look for it, there are options like Audio-Technica ATH-M20x which provide for a pretty close to neutral audio experience. There are plenty of categories that also open up. You start getting TWS earbuds like the Realme Buds Air 3 which provide great overall performance for the price, neckband earphones like the Sony WI-C100 also come into the picture, and wireless headphones like the JBL Tune 710BT and the like also fit in! So, in order to help you make the right choice, here’s a list of the best wireless headphones, TWS, and neckbands that we found under ₹5,000 –

  • 1.
Playback Time: 50 Hours
Dimensions: ‎20.5 x 6.2 x 22.3

  • 2.
Playback Time: 25 hours
Dimensions: 7.01 x 1.91 x 16

  • 3.

Realme Buds Air 3

Specs Score
7.6/10
Playback Time: 30 Hours
Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.8 x 2.3
Feature
8.2
Performance
7.2
Value
8.4
Design
7.4
PROS:
  • Effective Active Noise Cancellation, Excellent app support, Multipoint connectivity
CONS:
  • Slightly shrill highs, No aptX support, No volume controls

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  • 4.
Playback Time: 28 hours
Dimensions: 25.4 x 5.1 x 6.9

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Satvik Pandey

Satvik Pandey

Satvik Pandey, is a self-professed Steve Jobs (not Apple) fanboy, a science & tech writer, and a sports addict. At Digit, he works as a Deputy Features Editor, and manages the daily functioning of the magazine. He also reviews audio-products (speakers, headphones, soundbars, etc.), smartwatches, projectors, and everything else that he can get his hands on. A media and communications graduate, Satvik is also an avid shutterbug, and when he's not working or gaming, he can be found fiddling with any camera he can get his hands on and helping produce videos – which means he spends an awful amount of time in our studio. His game of choice is Counter-Strike, and he's still attempting to turn pro. He can talk your ear off about the game, and we'd strongly advise you to steer clear of the topic unless you too are a CS junkie. View Full Profile

 
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