Headphones come in all shapes and sizes, and at all price ranges. We’ve done our best to gather up some headphones here in this list, that hit just about every price range. From some rather cheap, but still good, headphones all the way up to some pretty expensive and high-quality headphones. Every pair that are on this list, we would definitely recommend, and even use ourselves.
Photive X-One Touch Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Headphones
This pair from Photive are quite nice looking. They are Bluetooth 4.0, and actually includes a touch pad on the earpiece. This touch pad allows you to interact with the headphones to change the song, the volume and more. Pretty unique. Inside is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which is rated as getting around 10 hours of continuous playback before needing to be recharged.
Shure SRH440 Professional Studio Headphones
If you’re looking for a pair of professional studio headphones, then look no further. Shure has you covered. Shure touts that these have incredible sound reproduction, and that they are very comfortable to wear for hours on end. Definitely important for anyone in a studio working. There is also a 1/4″ adapter included with these headphones. There are also replaceable ear cup pads included.
Beats Solo2 Wired On-Ear Headphones
Some love Beats, some loathe them. Either way, they make some fantastic headphones. These are their Solo2 headphones, and yes they are wired and not Bluetooth. The Solo2’s also come with a carrying case for when you’re not using them. They also are very, very comfortable to have on your head, considering how lightweight they are.
Grain Audio OEHP.01 Over The Ear Headphones
Talk about a comfortable pair of headphones, they don’t get much more comfortable than what Grain Audio has here in their 0EHP.01 headphones here. Grain Audio uses real wood in their audio products, and that’s exactly what you have here on the earpiece. Grain Audio also has 40mm speakers on each side of the headphones, giving you plenty of sound, as well as deep bass when listening to music.
Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear Headphone
Sennheiser is pretty much known for the quality of headphones they put out, and their Momentum on-ear headphones are some of the best out there, especially in its price range. These come in at just over $100, and are definitely worth it. They feature a closed-back on-ear design, and also come with a 2-year product warranty. So if anything happens to your headphones, Sennheiser will take care of it.
Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones
We’ve already talked about a pair of studio headphones, but these are probably the king when it comes to professional studio headphones. The ATH-M50X’s are some of the best in the business. Not only are they comfortable, but the sound from them is incredible. Thanks to the 45mm drivers, which are proprietary, so you’ll only find them in Audio-Technica headphones.
Sony MDR-XB250 Extra Bass Headphones
Sony does more than make smartphones. One could argue that they make everything, and they sort of do. These headphones from Sony include “Extra Bass” which means you’re going to get some really deep bass out of the MDR-XB250. These include 30mm drivers inside, bringing you some incredible audio straight to your ears. These are not Bluetooth however, and are wired.
Samsung Level Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphone
Samsung’s Level line of audio products have been pretty popular in the last few months, and their Level Over-Ear Headphones here are some of the most comfortable headphones you will ever use, for real. These are Bluetooth headphones, and also include 15 hours of continuous playback. If you are using a Samsung device, you can also use S Voice with these for voice control, which is actually a really cool feature.
A-Audio A22 Icon Wireless Over-Ear Headphones
We’ve reviewed these headphones from A-Audio actually, and they were some of our favorite. These are also Bluetooth headphones, and have some amazing sound coming out of the speakers inside. These do come with a cable, so if you want to use these without Bluetooth, you can still do so. A-Audio also includes a nice carrying case with these headphones for travel and such.
Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones
Need some noise-cancelling headphones? We’ve got you covered here with the QuietComfort 25 headphones from Bose. These feature noise cancellation, which means you will need to charge these. They do not feature Bluetooth however. Much like Samsung and A-Audio’s offerings, these are some very, very comfortable headphones as well. They are also very lightweight, and as always Bose includes a nice carrying case along with these headphones.