The headphones we use and/or recommend

The headphones we use and/or recommend

Spending massive amounts of money on headphones isn’t the best way to have more money however buying ones that will last a long time and give you the best performance for that money is a smart move.
This list goes from the bottom of the market (cheapest) to the top (most expensive) with lots of overlaps etc as always you might find them cheaper elsewhere but just gives you an idea.

What we use as our daily headphones/earphones:

Sony WB-1000MX3 Noise Cancelling > (for travelling)
Audio-Technica ATH-M50X > (what we use everyday)
Anker Sports Headphones > (we have several different pairs, they’re good but not great)

We also occasionally use:
Aero 7 Noise-Cancelling > or

Other headphones we recommend: (expensive > cheap)

Beyerdynamic DT770 PRO >
AKG K550 >
Audio-Technica ATH-M50X > (what we use everyday)
Audio-Technica ATH-M50
AKG K451 >
Marshall Major Headphones >
Sony MDR-V55 DJ >
Sennheiser HD 202 >
Sennheiser HD 201 >
Monoprice Premium Hi-Fi DJ >
Logitech UE 4000 Headphones >
Sony MDR-ZX100 >
Ovleng X13 (Mixed reviews but cheap) > (Black) or (White) with Review from a 10ways user >

What about in-ear?

RHA MA750i >
SoundMAGIC E10 >
RHA MA350 (3 year warranty) >
Sennheiser CX 300 II >
Betron DC950>
JVC HAFX1X Xtreme Xplosives > or often cheaper on
Betron B750s >
Betron Sound Isolating >
Monoprice Enhanced Bass Hi-Fi (not a traditional fit as they’re monitor style headphones but great sound for the money) >
TEEPEE – Be careful as some stop working within a month, however you should have 12 month warranty as standard so just complain if they stop working and get refund etc

What about sports?

Soundpeats Qy7
or the Mpow® Swift (same headphones but different name) >

What about noise cancelling?

Aero 7 Noise Cancelling or Wireless version (not tested)


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