The LG G Flex is essentially the G2 with a larger, curved display. But the speaker is much better than it was on the G2. But what about headphones? Well we’re going to go over a few today that you can check out. These are all available on Amazon, and they fill all kinds of price ranges.
iHome iB40B Over-The-Ear Headphones With Volume Control
These headphones from iHome look really nice and they are very comfortable as well. They are over-the-ear, so they’ll cover your entire ear. It also has a 6-foot long cord with volume control on it. There’s also extra-padding on the ear cushions, making them very comfortable to use for long-periods of time.
Griffin WoodTones Over-The-Ear Headphones
These are some of the best headphones I’ve ever used. The headphones have real wood on them, and it looks really nice. You’d think that these aren’t all that comfortable, but they actually are very comfortable. They also have real hand-turned wood enclosures with unique woodgrain, and they look so sexy.
V-Moda Vibe In-Ear Noise-Isolating Metal Headphone
V-Moda makes some pretty awesome headphones (I’m currently reviewing their M-100). These are some nice looking earbuds that do have noise-isolation, so you can ignore everyone around you. Who doesn’t love that? They also have three sizes of ultra-soft silicone fittings to provide comfortable fitting.
Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones
Bose is one of my favorite manufacturers for headphones and speakers. These are some of their better Bluetooth headphones here. They are about $300, but are definitely worth it. They are crazy comfortable and average around 35 hours of battery life.
Beats Solo HD On-Ear Headphones
We all know how great Beats headphones are, now some may think they are great, some may think they suck. But there are some out there that love them. These are super comfortable as well. They are Bluetooth, and have pretty great battery life as well.
Blue 3.5mm Foldable Stereo Headphones
Looking for some cheap headphones? Here are some that are under $10. These are blue, and have super bass performance, less noise and a soft cushion design. Best of all it can be folded up making for easier travelling, which is always a good thing.
Sennheiser HD201 Lightweight Over-Ear Headphones
Sennheiser has always been pretty popular for headphones. Their HD201 headphones are pretty comfortable, now they aren’t wireless, but they do have a pretty long cord. The cord is about 10ft long, which is pretty good for most of us.
Bose MIE2i Mobile Headset
Right now, these are my go-to headphones for doing podcasts and such. They are really good and feel great in-ear. They do have a microphone, even though it doesn’t play well with Hangouts as of late. They are available with iPhone controls, Android controls, or without a mic at all.
These are some very popular headphones here. Most people that do video or studio work use these for different things. They are professional quality with a closed back cynamic stereo monitor headphones. They are also a great choice for project studio engineers, home recordists, and recording musicians.
V-MODA Crossfade M-100
These are some amazing headphones. Right now I’m in the process of reviewing these, but I’m really liking these headphones. They are really comfortable to wear and are very stylish. So if you’re looking for something with great audio, these are probably your best bet.