Philips reasonably-priced, open back cans provide an immersive soundfield, and their 50 mm high definition neodymium drivers offer frequency response from 5 – 40,000 Hz with minimal distortion, so you won’t miss the slightest nuance. Plus their velour-covered memory foam cushions mean comfortable listening for hours.
Give your headphones an appropriate home between listening sessions with this stand from Luckies of London. The hand-shaped stand is posed in the familiar devil’s horns gesture, signifying that you’re ready to rock. It’s made from cast resin with an antique gold finish. We promise Gene Simmons won’t sue you if you buy it.
Travel much? You need a good pair of headphones to block out the world. Cowin’s E7 Pro offers adaptive noise canceling tech, while still pumping out clear and crisp sounds for your music, games, and movies. They offer up to 30 hours of play per charge, so are perfect for international flights.
Beyerdynamic’s pro-grade monitoring headphones won’t empty your wallet. They provide pure and accurate sound whether in the studio or in the field, and offer excellent isolation from background sounds. They’re also available as a bundle with an Antlion ModMic4 microphone, making them perfect for podcasting.
Sennheiser’s premium wireless headset packs all the style and substance you could ask for in a highly portable design. With immaculate wireless hi-fi sound thanks to Bluetooth 4.2 and Qualcomm apt-X, and a high-quality ergonomic design, you can revel in an outstanding listening experience all day.
Do you like to listen to music as you doze off to sleep? How about some white noise to help you catch some ZZZs? These wireless headphones are designed to be left on while you snooze, thanks to their flat, unobtrusive design. They can also help block out snoring, and have a 13 hour runtime. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
Splitting the difference between earbuds and headphones, Versafits are slim enough to fit under a helmet, and won’t block outside noise, so they’re perfect for cycling or running. They have easy to adjust memory wire earhooks for comfort, and are covered in sweat-proof silicone rubber. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
Do you use Apple’s AirPods? IntelliArmor’s handsome shells offer a nice finishing touch for your earphone case, wrapping them in natural tan, brown, or black leather. The included brass clip provides an easy way to hang the case from a bag or belt loop. Save 37% in The Awesomer Shop.
Premium accessory maker Grovemade’s desktop stand provides a luxurious and handsome resting place for your cans when they’re not in use. The headphone stand is made from either walnut or maple wood, sandwiched between metal, and wrapped in molded leather. Available for a limited time at this introductory price.
These truly wireless earbuds not only offer up crisp sounds and big bass, they can run for up to 8 hours per charge, and are IP67 waterproof and dustproof, so you can wear them anywhere. They seal out external distractions with passive noise cancelling, and come with a charging case that adds 24 hours of power.
Get the sleek white look and pure wireless sounds of AirPods without the price with these bargain earbuds from AirSounds. They run for up to 4h per charge, and their charging case offers up to 8h of juice. Grab a pair today in The Awesomer Shop.
Bose’s new Smart Noise Cancellation Headphones 700 – we know, it’s a mouthful – are the company’s best noise-cancelling cans yet. The level of noise cancellation can also be adjusted via touch controls, along with music playback and calls. It also has a built-in microphone.
Headphone maker V-Moda adds to its line of customized shields, which already included laser-engraved and 3D printed designs for their Crossfade line of headphones. Now you can get them printed in color, using either a pre-made design, a monogram, or your own uploaded graphics.
Beyerdynamic’s reference-class studio headphones are designed for audio pros, but great for anyone who appreciates clear and detailed sound. They offer 5-40,000 Hz frequency response and push out up to 102 dB SPL. Despite their size, they’re incredibly comfortable for long listening sessions.
Drop took the Koss GMR-540-ISO gaming headset and made it lighter and more affordable. The GMR-54X-ISO features the same audiophile-grade 3D sound as the 540. It also has a detachable cable with inline mic, while the detachable boom mic has a new mute and volume switch.
Drop and Beyerdynamic modified the beloved DT 1770 studio headphones to have 32 ohm 45mm Tesla drivers. So you can use these studio-quality headphones without need for an external amp. They provide a powerful and balanced sound, and their price doesn’t hurt too.
These over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones help isolate your ears from unwanted outside sounds. They offer touch-based controls, automatically pause music when removed, and can be set to pass through ambient sounds. Save 32% in The Awesomer Shop.
Bose’s Frames are sunglasses that have miniature speakers in their temples, directing sound into their wearer’s ears. You can also use them to take calls and call up voice assistants. Bose will also plans to release an app which delivers contextual audio based on location.
With retro looks, modern sound, and a bargain price tag, these lightweight, over-the-ear headphones offer smooth and clean sounds with a wide soundstage. If you prefer something a little less ’80s, they come in a toned-down gray, and a mod white and blue combo.
The ATH-M50xBT is the Bluetooth variant of Audio-Technica’s popular and affordable M50x studio monitors. The headphones feature touch controls and buttons for playback and activating Siri or Google Assistant, and also has a built-in mic. It lasts up to 40 hours per charge.
These in-ear noise-cancelling headphones do a neat trick. They have built in microphones to record binaural sound, capturing immersive audio at concerts and other places where you want to replicate the experience of being there (when played back on headphones.) Demo here.