Best Headphones Review

A high quality over ear headphone, a great set of earbuds, and a bluetooth device to save you from yanking on the cord.

I don't consider myself an audiophile, but my ears might not be as bad as I thought.

Recently, I decided to pickup a pair of headphones. The first set I got cost $180 and they were complete crap. I have better sounding Sony ZX headphones that cost me less than $20. If you're looking for cheap on-the-ear headphones, grab those Sony's, they work great.

In this case, I was looking for something a little bit better. Eventually, I found a “build your own” set that I think makes the best headphones ever.

  1. Over ear headphones
  2. In ear headphones
  3. Bluetooth

First, I want the best over ear headphones I can afford. I'll use these to block out noise while I work at my computer. I had previously owned some Skullcandy headphones that were less than $50 and sounded pretty good. I opted to stick with that brand but get a little nicer set. I picked up the Hesh 2's and I love them.

Skullcandy Hesh 2 Headphones

Second, I want earbuds I can use when I'm out in public. In some cases, giant cans just aren't going to work. Because I had good experience with Skullcandy over ear, I decided to try their in ear version. I picked the 50/50's.

Skullcandy 50/50 Earbuds

Third, I wanted to cut the cord with bluetooth. The Jabbra Clipper lets you do just that, and it will work with any corded headphones. I promptly threw away the headphones that came with the Jabra and I hooked up my Skullcandy's. Awww. Nice.

Jabra Clipper

I own, test, and use these headphones. The links on this page are affiliate links and I receive compensation if you purchase using these links. There is no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!

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