It looks like you are browsing from
Go to Close
TVs & Displays
Photography & Video
Cooking Appliances
White Goods
Household
Technology
Home Headphones 5 Best Headphones Under $1,000 in the US - August 2019

5 Best Headphones Under $1,000 in the US - August 2019

Updated 22 June 2019 by Matthew
Share on


5 best headphones under $1,000

Which Are the Best Headphones Under $1,000?

Don't have time to read our analysis of the best headphones under $1,000? No problem, let's cut to the chase, the best headphones under $1,000 are:


What Pair of Headphones Under $1,000 to Buy in July 2019?

Below we provide a detailed run through of the top 5 headphones under $1,000 currently for sale in the United States:

Best Buy Great Price
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 JayBird RUN Sennheiser IE60 JLab Audio Flex Sport Philips X2HR
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 JayBird RUN Sennheiser IE60 JLab Audio Flex Sport Philips X2HR
$89.94 Buy Now
CellularStream
Buy Now
$34.99 Buy Now
eBay
Buy Now
$50.00 Buy Now
The Electronics Lounge
Buy Now
$79.99 Buy Now
monster-deals3
Buy Now
$229.99 Buy Now
eBay
Buy Now
50mm
DRIVER
453g
15h
BATTERY LIFE
6mm
DRIVER
70g
4h
BATTERY LIFE
10mm
DRIVER
5g
40mm
DRIVER
191g
50mm
DRIVER
380g
92
Reviews
9 Reviews + 2 Awards
81
Features
Fully-Featured
68
Value for Money
Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
91
Reviews
104 Reviews + 1 Award
84
Features
Fully-Featured
88
Popularity
Widely Available
79
Value for Money
Very Good
84
Kagoo Score
Excellent
93
Reviews
11 Reviews + 2 Awards
84
Features
Fully-Featured
81
Popularity
Widely Available
76
Value for Money
Very Good
84
Kagoo Score
Excellent
92
Reviews
2 Reviews
81
Features
Fully-Featured
69
Value for Money
Good
78
Kagoo Score
Very Good
93
Reviews
6 Reviews + 4 Awards
81
Features
Fully-Featured
63
Value for Money
Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
An award winning and fully featured 453g Bluetooth earphone. Multiple reviews mentioned that it has a good sound quality, it's not {more} noisy and quiet. Multiple reviews mentioned that this pair of headphones it. It's an award winning and fully featured 70g, 6mm driver pair of headphones, with an affordable price. An astoundingly light weight and award winning 10mm driver in-ear style earphone, with a very good spec and a reasonable price. Our review analysis indicates that it's really quiet, well-built and a good size. A fully featured and critically acclaimed 191g, 40mm driver pair of headphones, with the latest technology. It supports Bluetooth and noise reduction and is foldable. Customers report that this pair of headphones is. A multi award winning and giant driver size 380g head-band style earphone, with a very good spec.
4 Reasons For
44mm Bigger Driver Size
Bluetooth
A Lot Longer Battery Life
Better Benchmark.pl Review Score
6 Reasons For
Bluetooth
Noise Reduction
Better Kagoo Score
Cheaper by $15
More Shops Are Selling it
3 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Higher Review Score
5 Reasons For
448g Lighter
A Lot Bigger Headphone Sensitivity
Better Kagoo Score
User Reviews Are Vastly Better
Better Brand
4 Reasons For
Bluetooth
Noise Reduction
Foldable
Expert Reviews Are a Lot Better
3 Reasons For
A Lot Bigger Driver Size
A Lot Longer Cable Length
Four More Awards
9 Reasons Against
448g Heavier
Worse Kagoo Score
$55 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over Three Years Older
Fewer Awards
Vastly Lower Expert Review Score
Worse Brand
2 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Lower Review Score
12 Reasons Against
Heavier
Smaller Driver Size
74% Shorter Battery Life
Not Noise Canceling
67% Smaller Headphone Sensitivity
Not Foldable
Older by Over One Year
Three Less Awards
Expert Review Rating is Vastly Worse
User Review Rating is Vastly Worse
Worse Brand
1 Expert Review Site Gave It a Lower Review Score
10 Reasons Against
40mm Smaller Driver Size
Does Not Support Bluetooth
1.8m Shorter Cable Length
$15 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over Five Years Older
Fewer Awards
Vastly Lower Expert Review Score
Marginally Lower Overall Review Score
Worse Trusted Reviews Review Score
8 Reasons Against
A Lot Heavier
Smaller Driver Size
5dB Smaller Headphone Sensitivity
Does Not Have a Detachable Cable
Worse Kagoo Score
$45 More Expensive
Not As Many Stockists
Worse Brand
10 Reasons Against
A Lot Heavier
Does Not Support Bluetooth
15dB Smaller Headphone Sensitivity
Not Foldable
Worse Kagoo Score
$195 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over Two Years Older
A Lot Lower Expert Review Score
Worse Brand
 Compare  Shortlisted  Compare  Shortlisted  Compare  Shortlisted  Compare  Shortlisted  Compare  Shortlisted
Full Details
Full Details
Full Details
Full Details
Full Details

Definitive Technology Symphony 1

$89.94
CellularStream

Definitive Technology Symphony 1

Buy Now
Definitive Technology Symphony 1
50mm
DRIVER
453g
15h
BATTERY LIFE

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has a Kagoo Score of 77. With a price tag of $89.94 this pair of headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Definitive Technology Symphony 1.

Features We Love:
Big driver size (50mm)
Supports Bluetooth

An award winning and fully featured 453g Bluetooth earphone. Multiple reviews mentioned that it has a good sound quality, it's not {more} noisy and quiet.

92
Reviews
9 Reviews + 2 Awards
81
Features
Fully-Featured
68
Value for Money
Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Owners report that Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has good expert reviews with an average expert rating of 78%.

Digitaltrends.com Recommended Product
giga.de Recommended for Travel
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphone - Hands On Review
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphone - Hands On Review
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphones - Unboxing & Impressions
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphones - Unboxing & Impressions
Best Sounding Wireless Headphones Review. Definitive Technology Symphony 1
Best Sounding Wireless Headphones Review. Definitive Technology Symphony 1
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphones - Unboxing & Impressions
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphones - Unboxing & Impressions
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphone Unboxing
Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Headphone Unboxing

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Definitive Technology Symphony 1

44mm Bigger Driver Size

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has a driver size of 50mm (as does the Philips X2HR), however the JayBird RUN is only a 6mm driver pair of headphones (44mm smaller), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is only a 40mm driver pair of headphones (10mm smaller) and the Sennheiser IE60 is only a 10mm driver pair of headphones (40mm smaller). More ...

The driver unit is the part of the headphone that converts the audio signal into actual sound. This attribute denotes the physical size of this driver unit, measured in millimetres.

A bigger driver unit means that the headphones will be capable of generating more sound, making them louder. It doesn't necessarily mean the sound will be better quality, just louder. However it's a good starting point if you're looking for a powerful pair of headphones.

Bluetooth

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 supports Bluetooth, and so do the JayBird RUN and the JLab Audio Flex Sport, whereas the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 do not. More ...

The denotes whether the headphones support wireless Bluetooth communication or not.

Bluetooth allows you to stream music and audio directly to the headphones without the need for wires. This makes the headphones far more convenient and easy to use, and frees you from the restriction of an audio cable.

A Lot Longer Battery Life

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has a battery life of 15h, whereas the JayBird RUN is only a 4h battery life pair of headphones (11h shorter). More ...

'Battery Life' denotes how long the battery in the headphones will last before needing recharging (for wireless & active noise cancelling devices only).

A longer battery life means that the headphones will function for longer before needing recharging, making them more helpful for long journeys or work sessions.

Better Benchmark.pl Review Score

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has a review score of 90% from Benchmark.pl, whereas the rating of the JayBird RUN was only 80% from the same site.

9 Reasons Against for Choosing the Definitive Technology Symphony 1

448g Heavier

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has a weight of 453g, whereas the JayBird RUN is a 70g pair of headphones (383g lighter), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is a 191g pair of headphones (262g lighter), the Philips X2HR is a 380g pair of headphones (73g lighter) and the Sennheiser IE60 is a 5g pair of headphones (448g lighter). More ...

'Weight' denotes how heavy the headphones are, measured in grams (g).

Lighter headphones will be more comfortable to wear for long periods.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has received a Kagoo Score of 77, however the JayBird RUN scored 84, the JLab Audio Flex Sport scored 78 and the Sennheiser IE60 scored 84.

$55 More Expensive

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 is more expensive than the JayBird RUN by $55, more expensive than the JLab Audio Flex Sport by $10 and more expensive than the Sennheiser IE60 by $40.

Less Retailers

Only 3 retailers sells the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, whereas 12 shops sell the JayBird RUN and 7 shops sell the Sennheiser IE60. More ...

Smaller numbers of retailers reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this pair of headphones and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over Three Years Older

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1 is older than the JayBird RUN by 17 months, older than the JLab Audio Flex Sport by three years and older than the Philips X2HR by nine months.

Fewer Awards

Whilst the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has received 2 awards, the Philips X2HR has received 4 awards.

Vastly Lower Expert Review Score

The Definitive Technology Symphony 1's average expert rating is only 78%, however the JLab Audio Flex Sport's is 99% (based on 2 reviews) and the Philips X2HR's is 80% (based on 6 reviews).

Worse Brand

Definitive Technology headphones have an average rating of only 39%, whereas JayBird has an average rating of 58.8%, JLab Audio has an average rating of 77.2%, Philips has an average rating of 57.1% and Sennheiser has an average rating of 81%.

2 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Lower Review Score

Gadgetguy.com.au and PC Mag both gave the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 a lower review score. More ...

Gadgetguy.com.au: Definitive Technology Symphony 1 = 70% vs JayBird RUN = 92%

PC Mag: Definitive Technology Symphony 1 = 70% vs JayBird RUN = 80%

The cheapest price that we found for the Symphony 1 in the United States is $89.94 and in total we found 3 prices for it.

Searching for prices in the UK
Sorry, no matching prices found.
loading image
Store
$89.94
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$99.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$139.00
Standard delivery: $14.00
Go to Store
3 Prices from 3 Stores | $89.94 - $139.00
Show All Prices Show Fewer Prices

JayBird RUN

$34.99
eBay

JayBird RUN

Buy Now
JayBird RUN
6mm
DRIVER
70g
4h
BATTERY LIFE

The JayBird RUN has a Kagoo Score of 84. With a price tag of $34.99 this pair of headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the JayBird RUN.

Features We Love:
Supports Bluetooth
Supports noise reduction

Multiple reviews mentioned that this pair of headphones it. It's an award winning and fully featured 70g, 6mm driver pair of headphones, with an affordable price.

91
Reviews
104 Reviews + 1 Award
84
Features
Fully-Featured
88
Popularity
Widely Available
79
Value for Money
Very Good
84
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Our review analysis indicates that JayBird RUN has good expert reviews but ok user reviews with an average overall rating of 73%, based on 104 reviews.

Mobil.se Top Product
Jaybird Run - Truly Wireless Earphones - REVIEW
Jaybird Run - Truly Wireless Earphones - REVIEW
Jaybird Run Review - Best True Wireless Workout Headphones?!
Jaybird Run Review - Best True Wireless Workout Headphones?!
Best Truly Wireless Earbuds - BeoPlay E8, Jaybird Run, Bose SoundSport Free, Apple AirPods - Review
Best Truly Wireless Earbuds - BeoPlay E8, Jaybird Run, Bose SoundSport Free, Apple AirPods - Review
JBL Free Review vs Jaybird Run - Unboxing and Side by Side Comparison
JBL Free Review vs Jaybird Run - Unboxing and Side by Side Comparison
Jaybird Run Review - True Wireless for True Runners
Jaybird Run Review - True Wireless for True Runners
Jaybird Run Review | After Using Them For 30 Days
Jaybird Run Review | After Using Them For 30 Days
Jaybird Run XT 2019 Release - Truly Wireless Earphones - REVIEW
Jaybird Run XT 2019 Release - Truly Wireless Earphones - REVIEW
Jaybird Run: An Honest Review (2018)
Jaybird Run: An Honest Review (2018)
Jaybird RUN XT // True Wireless Sport Headphones Review
Jaybird RUN XT // True Wireless Sport Headphones Review
JayBird RUN Review! Totally Worth it!
JayBird RUN Review! Totally Worth it!
Jaybird Run Review: Legit AirPods Alternative?
Jaybird Run Review: Legit AirPods Alternative?
O MELHOR fone para corrida? JAYBIRD RUN Review
O MELHOR fone para corrida? JAYBIRD RUN Review
Jaybird Run XT Review | Best True Wireless Earbuds?! (2019 UPDATED)
Jaybird Run XT Review | Best True Wireless Earbuds?! (2019 UPDATED)
Jaybird Run Review
Jaybird Run Review
Jaybird Run has one big problem... - Don't Buy Before Watching this Review
Jaybird Run has one big problem... - Don't Buy Before Watching this Review
Jaybird Run REVIEW | Watch BEFORE Buying!
Jaybird Run REVIEW | Watch BEFORE Buying!
Jaybird Run has one big problem... - Don't Buy Before Watching this Review
Jaybird Run has one big problem... - Don't Buy Before Watching this Review
Jaybird Vista True Wireless Sport Headphones Review // vs Tarah Pro & Run XT
Jaybird Vista True Wireless Sport Headphones Review // vs Tarah Pro & Run XT
Jaybird Run EarBuds Review - Why You Shouldn't Buy Them!!
Jaybird "Run" EarBuds Review - Why You Shouldn't Buy Them!!
Jaybird Run truly wireless headphones unboxing
Jaybird Run truly wireless headphones unboxing
Jaybird RUN Review: Better than Apple AirPods?
Jaybird RUN Review: Better than Apple AirPods?
Jaybird Run Headphones Review - RTINGS.com
Jaybird Run Headphones Review - RTINGS.com
Jaybirds Run - Have they been improved? - REVIEW
Jaybirds Run - Have they been improved? - REVIEW
Jaybird Run Earth Day Special Edition Review
Jaybird Run Earth Day Special Edition Review
Jaybird Run XT vs Apple Airpods 2 Review (NEW 2019)
Jaybird Run XT vs Apple Airpods 2 Review (NEW 2019)
Samsung Galaxy Buds vs Jaybird Run XT (Review & Comparison)
Samsung Galaxy Buds vs Jaybird Run XT (Review & Comparison)
Jaybird RUN XT Review And My Jaybird RUN 2 Wish List
Jaybird RUN XT Review And My Jaybird RUN 2 Wish List
Jaybird Run XT Wireless Earphone Review
Jaybird Run XT Wireless Earphone Review
Jaybird Run XT True Wireless REVIEW : Great...With One Major Flaw
Jaybird Run XT True Wireless REVIEW : Great...With One Major Flaw
Jaybird Run Earbuds Unboxing
Jaybird Run Earbuds Unboxing
Jaybird Run in 2019, Worth Buying? - Review (Not JBL Free)
Jaybird Run in 2019, Worth Buying? - Review (Not JBL Free)
Jaybird Run XT NO BS REVIEW
Jaybird Run XT NO BS REVIEW
Don't Buy the Jaybird Run XT  - 1 Month Later Review
Don't Buy the Jaybird Run XT - 1 Month Later Review
Jaybird Run XT 2019 True Wireless Headphones | Are they worth it? | Unboxing and Call Quality Test
Jaybird Run XT 2019 True Wireless Headphones | Are they worth it? | Unboxing and Call Quality Test
Jaybird RUN Review in 2019 - Still Great True Wireless Earbuds
Jaybird RUN Review in 2019 - Still Great True Wireless Earbuds
Running Gear Review: Jaybird Run Wireless Headphones
Running Gear Review: Jaybird Run Wireless Headphones
Running Gear Review: Jaybird Tarah Headphones
Running Gear Review: Jaybird Tarah Headphones
JAYBIRD RUN REVIEW  - WIRELESS HEADPHONES TO BUY IN 2019
JAYBIRD RUN REVIEW - WIRELESS HEADPHONES TO BUY IN 2019
JAYBIRD RUN Sports Earbuds: An Honest Review
JAYBIRD RUN Sports Earbuds: An Honest Review
Jaybird Run The Best True Wireless Headphones Review 2018 - Better than the AirPods?
Jaybird Run The Best True Wireless Headphones Review 2018 - Better than the AirPods?
Jaybird Run - O melhor Fone de ouvido para corrida? review
Jaybird Run - O melhor Fone de ouvido para corrida? review
Jaybird RUN XT wireless earbuds blogger review
Jaybird RUN XT wireless earbuds blogger review
Jaybird RUN Review - Who Let This Happen?
Jaybird RUN Review - Who Let This Happen?

6 Reasons For for Choosing the JayBird RUN

Bluetooth

The JayBird RUN supports Bluetooth (as do the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 and the JLab Audio Flex Sport), whereas the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 do not support this feature. More ...

The denotes whether the headphones support wireless Bluetooth communication or not.

Bluetooth allows you to stream music and audio directly to the headphones without the need for wires. This makes the headphones far more convenient and easy to use, and frees you from the restriction of an audio cable.

Noise Reduction

The JayBird RUN supports noise reduction, and so does the JLab Audio Flex Sport, but the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 do not. More ...

'Noise Reduction' denotes how good the headphones are at passively cutting down external noise leaking into your music from outside. Please note this is different from noise cancelling - that is an active process, and far more effective. This uses foam and tight-fitting seals to block out unwanted noise.

The better the noise reduction, the less annoying background noise will affect your music while you're enjoying it.

Better Kagoo Score

The JayBird RUN has received a Kagoo Score of 84, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 scored 77, the JLab Audio Flex Sport scored 78 and the Philips X2HR scored 77.

Cheaper by $15

The JayBird RUN costs $54.95 less than the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, costs $45 less than the JLab Audio Flex Sport, costs $195 less than the Philips X2HR and costs $15.01 less than the Sennheiser IE60.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of shops increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this pair of headphones.

3 Expert Review Sites Gave It a Higher Review Score

PC Mag, Gadgetguy.com.au and Trusted Reviews all gave the JayBird RUN a better review score. More ...

PC Mag: JayBird RUN = 80% vs Definitive Technology Symphony 1 = 70%

Gadgetguy.com.au: JayBird RUN = 92% vs Definitive Technology Symphony 1 = 70%

Trusted Reviews: JayBird RUN = 80% vs Sennheiser IE60 = 70%

12 Reasons Against for Choosing the JayBird RUN

Heavier

The JayBird RUN is a 70g pair of headphones. That's 383g lighter than the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 (453g), 121g lighter than the JLab Audio Flex Sport (191g), 310g lighter than the Philips X2HR (380g) and 65g heavier than the Sennheiser IE60 (5g). More ...

'Weight' denotes how heavy the headphones are, measured in grams (g).

Lighter headphones will be more comfortable to wear for long periods.

Smaller Driver Size

The JayBird RUN has a driver size of 6mm. That's 44mm smaller than the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 and the Philips X2HR (50mm), 34mm smaller than the JLab Audio Flex Sport (40mm) and 4mm smaller than the Sennheiser IE60 (10mm). More ...

The driver unit is the part of the headphone that converts the audio signal into actual sound. This attribute denotes the physical size of this driver unit, measured in millimetres.

A bigger driver unit means that the headphones will be capable of generating more sound, making them louder. It doesn't necessarily mean the sound will be better quality, just louder. However it's a good starting point if you're looking for a powerful pair of headphones.

74% Shorter Battery Life

The JayBird RUN is a 4h battery life pair of headphones. That's 11h shorter than the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 (15h). More ...

'Battery Life' denotes how long the battery in the headphones will last before needing recharging (for wireless & active noise cancelling devices only).

A longer battery life means that the headphones will function for longer before needing recharging, making them more helpful for long journeys or work sessions.

Not Noise Canceling

The JayBird RUN is not noise canceling, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JLab Audio Flex Sport, the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 are. More ...

'Noise Cancelling' denotes whether the headphones actively filter out unwanted noise when in use.

Noise-cancelling headphones mean that far less background noise filters through to your ears. This makes music easier to hear, and can lead to improved concentration and productivity, as well as being nicer to use in noisy environments (such as airplanes).

67% Smaller Headphone Sensitivity

The JayBird RUN is a 38dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones. That's 72dB smaller than the JLab Audio Flex Sport (110dB), 62dB smaller than the Philips X2HR (100dB) and 77dB smaller than the Sennheiser IE60 (115dB). More ...

'Headphone Sensitivity' denotes how effectively the headphones convert digital signals into audio noise - the higher the sensitivity, the louder the headphone output will be.

Not Foldable

The JayBird RUN is not foldable (As does the the Philips X2HR), however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JLab Audio Flex Sport and the Sennheiser IE60 are. More ...

'Foldable' denotes whether the headphones can be folded down into a small, portable form.

Foldable headphones are easier to carry or store when not in use, and are less likely to break through mishandling.

Older by Over One Year

The JayBird RUN is 22 months older than the JLab Audio Flex Sport.

Three Less Awards

The JayBird RUN has only received 1 award, whereas the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has received 2 awards, the Philips X2HR has received 4 awards and the Sennheiser IE60 has received 2 awards.

Expert Review Rating is Vastly Worse

The JayBird RUN's average expert score is only 74%, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1's is 78% (based on 9 reviews), the JLab Audio Flex Sport's is 99% (based on 2 reviews) and the Philips X2HR's is 80% (based on 6 reviews).

User Review Rating is Vastly Worse

The JayBird RUN's average user score is only 68%, however the Sennheiser IE60's is 100% (based on 1 review).

Worse Brand

JayBird headphones have an average rating of only 58.8%, whereas JLab Audio has an average rating of 77.2% and Sennheiser has an average rating of 81%.

1 Expert Review Site Gave It a Lower Review Score

Benchmark.pl all gave the JayBird RUN a lower review score. More ...

Benchmark.pl: JayBird RUN = 80% vs Definitive Technology Symphony 1 = 90%

The cheapest price that we found for the RUN in the United States is $34.99 and in total we found 12 prices for it.

Searching for prices in the UK
Sorry, no matching prices found.
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$34.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$149.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$130.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$139.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$140.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$145.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$148.88
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$149.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$149.75
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$149.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$150.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$129.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$150.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$155.59
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$174.52
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$177.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$201.84
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$202.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$210.00
Standard delivery: $30.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$230.00
Standard delivery: $12.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$130.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$128.75
Standard delivery: $19.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$59.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$99.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$65.00
Standard delivery: $5.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$74.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$74.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$74.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$87.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$93.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$93.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$95.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$99.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$125.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$102.59
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$108.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$109.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$114.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$114.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$120.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$124.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$124.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$349.99
Go to Store
- Show less prices from eBay
loading image
Store
$55.00
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$100.97
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$101.47
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Out of stock
$114.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Out of stock
$179.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
- Show less prices from Target
loading image
Store
$115.00
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$129.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$137.95
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$145.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$179.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$179.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
- Show less prices from BestBuy
loading image
Store
$169.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$220.26
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$299.00
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
57 Prices from 12 Stores | $34.99 - $349.99
Show All Prices Show Fewer Prices

Sennheiser IE60

$50.00
The Electronics Lounge

Sennheiser IE60

Buy Now
Sennheiser IE60
10mm
DRIVER
5g

The Sennheiser IE60 has a Kagoo Score of 84. With a price tag of $50.00 this pair of headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Sennheiser IE60 or read our article on whether you should buy a Sennheiser pair of headphones.

Features We Love:
Lighter than average (5g)
Huge headphone sensitivity (115dB)

An astoundingly light weight and award winning 10mm driver in-ear style earphone, with a very good spec and a reasonable price. Our review analysis indicates that it's really quiet, well-built and a good size.

93
Reviews
11 Reviews + 2 Awards
84
Features
Fully-Featured
81
Popularity
Widely Available
76
Value for Money
Very Good
84
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Sennheiser IE60 has terrific user reviews but average expert reviews with an average overall rating of 81%, based on 11 reviews.

avforums.com Recommended
topreviewshop.com On Target Award
Unboxing and Tour of the Sennheiser IE 60
Unboxing and Tour of the Sennheiser IE 60
Sennheiser IE 60 Review
Sennheiser IE 60 Review
Sennheiser IE 60 Unboxing and Review
Sennheiser IE 60 Unboxing and Review
Sennheiser HD 660 S Review. Back In Black
Sennheiser HD 660 S Review. Back In Black
?????????? Sennheiser IE 60 / Unboxing Sennheiser IE 60
?????????? Sennheiser IE 60 / Unboxing Sennheiser IE 60

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Sennheiser IE60

448g Lighter

The Sennheiser IE60 has a weight of 5g, whereas the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 is a 453g pair of headphones (448g heavier), the JayBird RUN is a 70g pair of headphones (65g heavier), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is a 191g pair of headphones (186g heavier) and the Philips X2HR is a 380g pair of headphones (375g heavier). More ...

'Weight' denotes how heavy the headphones are, measured in grams (g).

Lighter headphones will be more comfortable to wear for long periods.

A Lot Bigger Headphone Sensitivity

The Sennheiser IE60 has a headphone sensitivity of 115dB, whereas the JayBird RUN is only a 38dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (77dB smaller), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is only a 110dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (5dB smaller) and the Philips X2HR is only a 100dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (15dB smaller). More ...

'Headphone Sensitivity' denotes how effectively the headphones convert digital signals into audio noise - the higher the sensitivity, the louder the headphone output will be.

Better Kagoo Score

The Sennheiser IE60 has received a Kagoo Score of 84, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 scored 77, the JLab Audio Flex Sport scored 78 and the Philips X2HR scored 77.

User Reviews Are Vastly Better

Based on 1 user review, the average review score of the Sennheiser IE60 is 100%, however the average rating of the JayBird RUN is 68% (based on 16 reviews).

Better Brand

Sennheiser headphones have an average rating of 81%, whereas Definitive Technology only has an average rating of 39%, JayBird only has an average rating of 58.8%, JLab Audio only has an average rating of 77.2% and Philips only has an average rating of 57.1%.

10 Reasons Against for Choosing the Sennheiser IE60

40mm Smaller Driver Size

The Sennheiser IE60 has a driver size of 10mm, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 and the Philips X2HR are both 50mm driver headphones (40mm bigger), the JayBird RUN is a 6mm driver pair of headphones (4mm smaller) and the JLab Audio Flex Sport is a 40mm driver pair of headphones (30mm bigger). More ...

The driver unit is the part of the headphone that converts the audio signal into actual sound. This attribute denotes the physical size of this driver unit, measured in millimetres.

A bigger driver unit means that the headphones will be capable of generating more sound, making them louder. It doesn't necessarily mean the sound will be better quality, just louder. However it's a good starting point if you're looking for a powerful pair of headphones.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The Sennheiser IE60 does not support Bluetooth (As does the the Philips X2HR), however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JayBird RUN and the JLab Audio Flex Sport support this feature. More ...

The denotes whether the headphones support wireless Bluetooth communication or not.

Bluetooth allows you to stream music and audio directly to the headphones without the need for wires. This makes the headphones far more convenient and easy to use, and frees you from the restriction of an audio cable.

1.8m Shorter Cable Length

The Sennheiser IE60 has a cable length of 1.2m, whereas the Philips X2HR is a 3m cable length pair of headphones (1.8m longer). More ...

The length of the cable between the headphones and the jack.

$15 More Expensive

The Sennheiser IE60 is more expensive than the JayBird RUN by $15.

Less Retailers

Only 7 sellers sells the Sennheiser IE60, whereas 12 stores sell the JayBird RUN. More ...

Smaller numbers of retailers reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this pair of headphones and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over Five Years Older

The Sennheiser IE60 is older than the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 by 22 months, older than the JayBird RUN by three years, older than the JLab Audio Flex Sport by five years and older than the Philips X2HR by three years.

Fewer Awards

Whilst the Sennheiser IE60 has received 2 awards, the Philips X2HR has received 4 awards.

Vastly Lower Expert Review Score

The Sennheiser IE60's average expert rating is only 70%, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1's is 78% (based on 9 reviews), the JayBird RUN's is 74% (based on 88 reviews), the JLab Audio Flex Sport's is 99% (based on 2 reviews) and the Philips X2HR's is 80% (based on 6 reviews).

Marginally Lower Overall Review Score

The Sennheiser IE60's average overall rating is 81%, however the Philips X2HR's is 82% (based on 6 reviews).

Worse Trusted Reviews Review Score

Trusted Reviews only gave the Sennheiser IE60 a review score of 70%, whereas the rating of the JayBird RUN was 80%.

The cheapest price that we found for the IE60 in the United States is $50.00 and in total we found 7 prices for it.

Searching for prices in the UK
Sorry, no matching prices found.
loading image
Store
$50.00
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$75.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$87.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$105.25
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$109.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$124.97
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$134.00
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$199.98
Go to Store
- Show less prices from eBay
loading image
Store
$88.57
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$198.00
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$229.80
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Store
$234.40
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
Out of stock
$249.95
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
13 Prices from 7 Stores | $50.00 - $234.40
Show All Prices Show Fewer Prices

JLab Audio Flex Sport

$79.99
monster-deals3

JLab Audio Flex Sport

Buy Now
JLab Audio Flex Sport
40mm
DRIVER
191g

The JLab Audio Flex Sport has a Kagoo Score of 78. With a price tag of $79.99 this pair of headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the JLab Audio Flex Sport.

Features We Love:
Supports Bluetooth
Foldable
Supports noise reduction
Big headphone sensitivity (110dB)

A fully featured and critically acclaimed 191g, 40mm driver pair of headphones, with the latest technology. It supports Bluetooth and noise reduction and is foldable. Customers report that this pair of headphones is.

92
Reviews
2 Reviews
81
Features
Fully-Featured
69
Value for Money
Good
78
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Customers report that JLab Audio Flex Sport has marvellous expert reviews with an average expert rating of 99%.

Unboxing and Review: Flex Sport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones by JLab Audio
Unboxing and Review: Flex Sport Wireless Bluetooth Headphones by JLab Audio

4 Reasons For for Choosing the JLab Audio Flex Sport

Bluetooth

The JLab Audio Flex Sport supports Bluetooth, and so do the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 and the JayBird RUN, however the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 do not. More ...

The denotes whether the headphones support wireless Bluetooth communication or not.

Bluetooth allows you to stream music and audio directly to the headphones without the need for wires. This makes the headphones far more convenient and easy to use, and frees you from the restriction of an audio cable.

Noise Reduction

The JLab Audio Flex Sport supports noise reduction (as does the JayBird RUN), whereas the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 do not support this feature. More ...

'Noise Reduction' denotes how good the headphones are at passively cutting down external noise leaking into your music from outside. Please note this is different from noise cancelling - that is an active process, and far more effective. This uses foam and tight-fitting seals to block out unwanted noise.

The better the noise reduction, the less annoying background noise will affect your music while you're enjoying it.

Foldable

The JLab Audio Flex Sport is a foldable pair of headphones, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JayBird RUN, the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 are not. More ...

'Foldable' denotes whether the headphones can be folded down into a small, portable form.

Foldable headphones are easier to carry or store when not in use, and are less likely to break through mishandling.

Expert Reviews Are a Lot Better

The average expert review score of the JLab Audio Flex Sport is 99% based on 2 reviews, but the average rating of the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 is 78% (based on 9 reviews), the average rating of the JayBird RUN is 74% (based on 88 reviews), the average rating of the Philips X2HR is 80% (based on 6 reviews) and the average rating of the Sennheiser IE60 is 70% (based on 10 reviews).

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the JLab Audio Flex Sport

A Lot Heavier

The JLab Audio Flex Sport has a weight of 191g, however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 is a 453g pair of headphones (262g heavier), the JayBird RUN is a 70g pair of headphones (121g lighter), the Philips X2HR is a 380g pair of headphones (189g heavier) and the Sennheiser IE60 is a 5g pair of headphones (186g lighter). More ...

'Weight' denotes how heavy the headphones are, measured in grams (g).

Lighter headphones will be more comfortable to wear for long periods.

Smaller Driver Size

JLab Audio Flex Sport is only 40mm driver, but the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 and the Philips X2HR are both 50mm driver headphones (10mm bigger), the JayBird RUN is a 6mm driver pair of headphones (34mm smaller) and the Sennheiser IE60 is a 10mm driver pair of headphones (30mm smaller). More ...

The driver unit is the part of the headphone that converts the audio signal into actual sound. This attribute denotes the physical size of this driver unit, measured in millimetres.

A bigger driver unit means that the headphones will be capable of generating more sound, making them louder. It doesn't necessarily mean the sound will be better quality, just louder. However it's a good starting point if you're looking for a powerful pair of headphones.

5dB Smaller Headphone Sensitivity

The JLab Audio Flex Sport has a headphone sensitivity of 110dB, however the JayBird RUN is a 38dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (72dB smaller), the Philips X2HR is a 100dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (10dB smaller) and the Sennheiser IE60 is a 115dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (5dB bigger). More ...

'Headphone Sensitivity' denotes how effectively the headphones convert digital signals into audio noise - the higher the sensitivity, the louder the headphone output will be.

Does Not Have a Detachable Cable

The JLab Audio Flex Sport does not have a detachable cable, but the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JayBird RUN, the Philips X2HR and the Sennheiser IE60 do. More ...

'Detachable Cable' denotes whether the headphones have a cable that can be easily detached, or whether it's hard-wired to the unit.

A detachable cable is helpful, because it allows for easy replacement if something goes wrong with the cable. It also means that if you drop the headphones or get them caught on something, then the wire simply disconnects rather than yanking the headphones and possibly damaging them.

Worse Kagoo Score

The JLab Audio Flex Sport has received a Kagoo Score of 78, but the JayBird RUN scored 84 and the Sennheiser IE60 scored 84.

$45 More Expensive

The JLab Audio Flex Sport is more expensive than the JayBird RUN by $45 and more expensive than the Sennheiser IE60 by $30.

Not As Many Stockists

Only 3 retailers sells the JLab Audio Flex Sport, however 12 shops sell the JayBird RUN and 7 shops sell the Sennheiser IE60. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the chances of this pair of headphones remaining in stock and also reduces the price competition amongst retailers for the product.
Worse Brand

JLab Audio headphones have an average rating of only 77.2%, however Sennheiser has an average rating of 81%.

The cheapest price that we found for the Flex Sport in the United States is $79.99 and in total we found 3 prices for it.

Searching for prices in the UK
Sorry, no matching prices found.
loading image
Store
$79.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$93.99
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$99.95
Go to Store
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$127.96
Go to Store
- Show less prices from eBay
loading image
Store
$99.99
Delivery unknown
Go to Store
5 Prices from 3 Stores | $79.99 - $127.96
Show All Prices Show Fewer Prices

Philips X2HR

$229.99
eBay

Philips X2HR

Buy Now
Philips X2HR
50mm
DRIVER
380g

The Philips X2HR has a Kagoo Score of 77. However with a price tag of $229.99 this pair of headphones is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Philips X2HR or read our article on whether you should buy a Philips pair of headphones.

Features We Love:
Big driver size (50mm)
Long cable length (3m)

A multi award winning and giant driver size 380g head-band style earphone, with a very good spec.

93
Reviews
6 Reviews + 4 Awards
81
Features
Fully-Featured
63
Value for Money
Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

Owners report that Philips X2HR has good expert reviews with an average expert rating of 80%.

lydogbillede.dk Especially Recommended 5 Star
ljudochbild.se Recommended
audiovision.de Highlight Award
Lydogbilde.no Especially Recommended
Philips Fidelio X2HR Review with V-Moda Boompro Mic
Philips Fidelio X2HR Review with V-Moda Boompro Mic
Philips Fidelio X2 / X2HR Review - Make Your Own Gaming Headset!
Philips Fidelio X2 / X2HR Review - Make Your Own Gaming Headset!
Philips X2 / X2HR Super Review
Philips X2 / X2HR Super Review
Philips Fidelio X2HR ( Updated version of Philips Fidelio X2 ) - Unboxing and First Impressions 2018
Philips Fidelio X2HR ( Updated version of Philips Fidelio X2 ) - Unboxing and First Impressions 2018
Philips Fidelio X2HR Review - Make Your Own Gaming Headset!
Philips Fidelio X2HR Review - Make Your Own Gaming Headset!

3 Reasons For for Choosing the Philips X2HR

A Lot Bigger Driver Size

The Philips X2HR has a driver size of 50mm (as does the Definitive Technology Symphony 1), however the JayBird RUN is only a 6mm driver pair of headphones (44mm smaller), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is only a 40mm driver pair of headphones (10mm smaller) and the Sennheiser IE60 is only a 10mm driver pair of headphones (40mm smaller). More ...

The driver unit is the part of the headphone that converts the audio signal into actual sound. This attribute denotes the physical size of this driver unit, measured in millimetres.

A bigger driver unit means that the headphones will be capable of generating more sound, making them louder. It doesn't necessarily mean the sound will be better quality, just louder. However it's a good starting point if you're looking for a powerful pair of headphones.

A Lot Longer Cable Length

The Philips X2HR has a cable length of 3m, whereas the Sennheiser IE60 is only a 1.2m cable length pair of headphones (1.8m shorter). More ...

The length of the cable between the headphones and the jack.

Four More Awards

The Philips X2HR has received 4 awards, whereas the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 has received 2 awards, the JayBird RUN has received 1 award, the JLab Audio Flex Sport has received no awards and the Sennheiser IE60 has received 2 awards.

10 Reasons Against for Choosing the Philips X2HR

A Lot Heavier

The Philips X2HR has a weight of 380g, whereas the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 is a 453g pair of headphones (73g heavier), the JayBird RUN is a 70g pair of headphones (310g lighter), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is a 191g pair of headphones (189g lighter) and the Sennheiser IE60 is a 5g pair of headphones (375g lighter). More ...

'Weight' denotes how heavy the headphones are, measured in grams (g).

Lighter headphones will be more comfortable to wear for long periods.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The Philips X2HR does not support Bluetooth (As does the the Sennheiser IE60), however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JayBird RUN and the JLab Audio Flex Sport support this feature. More ...

The denotes whether the headphones support wireless Bluetooth communication or not.

Bluetooth allows you to stream music and audio directly to the headphones without the need for wires. This makes the headphones far more convenient and easy to use, and frees you from the restriction of an audio cable.

15dB Smaller Headphone Sensitivity

The Philips X2HR has a headphone sensitivity of 100dB, whereas the JayBird RUN is a 38dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (62dB smaller), the JLab Audio Flex Sport is a 110dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (10dB bigger) and the Sennheiser IE60 is a 115dB headphone sensitivity pair of headphones (15dB bigger). More ...

'Headphone Sensitivity' denotes how effectively the headphones convert digital signals into audio noise - the higher the sensitivity, the louder the headphone output will be.

Not Foldable

The Philips X2HR is not foldable (As does the the JayBird RUN), however the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, the JLab Audio Flex Sport and the Sennheiser IE60 are. More ...

'Foldable' denotes whether the headphones can be folded down into a small, portable form.

Foldable headphones are easier to carry or store when not in use, and are less likely to break through mishandling.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Philips X2HR has received a Kagoo Score of 77, however the JayBird RUN scored 84, the JLab Audio Flex Sport scored 78 and the Sennheiser IE60 scored 84.

$195 More Expensive

The Philips X2HR is more expensive than the Definitive Technology Symphony 1 by $140, more expensive than the JayBird RUN by $195, more expensive than the JLab Audio Flex Sport by $150 and more expensive than the Sennheiser IE60 by $180.

Less Retailers

Only 1 retailer sell the Philips X2HR, whereas 3 retailers sell the Definitive Technology Symphony 1, 12 sellers sell the JayBird RUN, 3 stores sell the JLab Audio Flex Sport and 7 shops sell the Sennheiser IE60. More ...

Smaller numbers of stores reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this pair of headphones and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over Two Years Older

The Philips X2HR is older than the JayBird RUN by eight months and older than the JLab Audio Flex Sport by three years.

A Lot Lower Expert Review Score

The Philips X2HR's average expert rating is 80%, however the JLab Audio Flex Sport's is 99% (based on 2 reviews).

Worse Brand

Philips headphones have an average rating of only 57.1%, whereas JayBird has an average rating of 58.8%, JLab Audio has an average rating of 77.2% and Sennheiser has an average rating of 81%.

The cheapest price that we found for the X2HR in the United States is $229.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

Searching for prices in the UK
Sorry, no matching prices found.
loading image
eBay Money Back GuaranteeWorldwide Shipping
$229.99
Go to Store
1 Price from 1 Store | $229.99
Show All Prices Show Fewer Prices
Share on
Compare All Headphones
Find the best pair of headphones for you by checking our complete list of over 606 headphones.
In This Guide
5 Best Headphones Under $1,000 in the US - August 2019
Definitive Technology Symphony 1
Awards
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
JayBird RUN
Awards
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
Sennheiser IE60
Awards
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
JLab Audio Flex Sport
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices
Philips X2HR
Awards
Reasons For
Reasons Against
Best Prices

×