Best Headphones 2017

Now an inevitable part of our daily lives with our gadgets, headphones have revolutionized the way we listen to our music and have progressed technologically in geometric leaps. Why, even right now, as I write about this, I’m using a headphone too!
Here are some of the top of the line and the best headphones 2017 available, right now.

1. Sennheiser HE 1

The fantastic beast of a headphone which would make every audiophile and the average Joe marry their music. A modern remake of the famous Sennheiser Orpheus from 1991, it boasts of an audio range from 8 Hz to more than 100 kHz. Equipped with nothing but the best components, it retails at a price of approximately 55000 USD! That’s quite a high price for some sound which is definitely going to value every penny.

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2. Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones II

This one of a kind headphone features the best active and passive noise cancellation in the headphone industry. Built with comfortable and impact resistant materials to survive the nomadic lifestyle, these headphones are definitely made for the person on the move who is seeking to find solace in their music. It has a 20-hour battery life on a single charge and on a 15-minute quick charge provides 2.5 hours of playback it definitely is the chosen one and retails at a price of approximately 460 USD.

3. Beats Pro
A solid offering from Beats by Dr. Dre, these headphones are not only meant for the studio but for the outside world too. The bass though would literally shake you up. And its black finish is just a sight for sore eyes. With its extremely wide frequency range and its unique design, whilst retailing at a modest price of approximately 400 USD, these headphones are without a doubt, the perfect soulmate for the geeky audiophile.

4. Audio Technica ATH-M50x
At a fantastic price of approximately 154 USD, these headphones sure do provide the most bang for the buck! Though primarily intended to be used as a studio monitor headphone it’s cord is detachable unlike other studio headphones, it ships with a smaller cord and a wide frequency range too, making it, even more, easier to listen to those smooth, funky and deep lows on the go.

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