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5 Best On-Ear Headphones in the US - October 2020

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Updated 22 September 2020
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5 best on-ear headphones 2020

What On-Ear Headphones to Buy in October 2020?

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Philips SHP6000 Sony MDRZX100 Pioneer HDJ1500 Shure SRH145 Panasonic RPBTD5K
Philips SHP6000 Sony MDRZX100 Pioneer HDJ1500 Shure SRH145 Panasonic RPBTD5K
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40mm
DRIVER
262g
30mm
DRIVER
120g
50mm
DRIVER
285g
36mm
DRIVER
150g
40mm
DRIVER
155g
40h
BATTERY LIFE
59
Brand Rating
Average Brand
79
Features
Good Features
73
Value for Money
Good
73
Kagoo Score
Very Good
67
Brand Rating
Good Brand
81
Features
Fully-Featured
79
Value for Money
Very Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good
76
Features
Good Features
54
Value for Money
Average
60
Kagoo Score
Good
77
Features
Good Features
62
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
63
Value for Money
Good
63
Kagoo Score
Good
61
Brand Rating
Good Brand
79
Features
Good Features
72
Value for Money
Good
73
Kagoo Score
Very Good
A good spec and low cost 262g, 40mm driver earphone. A fully featured and bargain price 120g, 30mm driver earphone. A good spec and driver size 285g head-band style headphones. It is foldable and has a detachable cable. A good spec but only average value for money 150g, 36mm driver earphone. A bargain price and good spec 155g, 40mm driver earphone. It has a detachable cable and a battery life of 40h, supports Bluetooth and is foldable.
2 Reasons For
Noise Reduction
4m Longer Cable Length
5 Reasons For
165g Lighter
Foldable
Better Kagoo Score
$18 Cheaper
Better Brand
4 Reasons For
A Lot Bigger Driver Size
8dB Bigger Headphone Sensitivity
Foldable
Detachable Cable
1 Reason For
More Shops Are Selling It
4 Reasons For
Bluetooth
Foldable
Detachable Cable
Newer by 13 Months
11 Reasons Against
142g Heavier
20% Smaller Driver Size
Does Not Support Bluetooth
Not Noise Canceling
A Bit Smaller Headphone Sensitivity
Not Foldable
Worse Kagoo Score
$18 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over One Year Older
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
20mm Smaller Driver Size
Does Not Support Bluetooth
A Little Smaller Headphone Sensitivity
4m Shorter Cable Length
Less Retailers
Over Five Years Older
8 Reasons Against
A Lot Heavier
Does Not Support Bluetooth
Significantly Shorter Cable Length
Worse Kagoo Score
$123 More Expensive
Fewer Sellers
Over One Year Older
Worse Brand
11 Reasons Against
30g Heavier
29% Smaller Driver Size
Does Not Support Bluetooth
Smaller Headphone Sensitivity
71% Shorter Cable Length
Not Foldable
Does Not Have a Detachable Cable
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $24
Older by Over Two Years
Worse Brand
8 Reasons Against
19% Heavier
Smaller Driver Size
Does Not Support Noise Reduction
Not Noise Canceling
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by $61
Not As Many Stockists
Worse Brand
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40mm
DRIVER
262g

The Philips SHP6000 has a Kagoo Score of 73 and is Over-ear. With a price tag of $32.95 this headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Philips SHP6000 or read our article on whether you should buy a Philips headphones.

Features We Love:
Big driver size (40mm)
Supports noise reduction
Long cable length (5.2m)

A good spec and low cost 262g, 40mm driver earphone.

79
Features
Good Features
73
Value for Money
Good
73
Kagoo Score
Very Good

2 Reasons For for Choosing the Philips SHP6000

Noise Reduction

The Philips SHP6000 supports noise reduction, but the Panasonic RPBTD5K, the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 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.

4m Longer Cable Length

The Philips SHP6000 has a cable length of 5.2m, whereas the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 are all only 1.2m cable length headphones (4m shorter). More ...

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

11 Reasons Against for Choosing the Philips SHP6000

142g Heavier

The Philips SHP6000 has a weight of 262g, whereas the Panasonic RPBTD5K is a 155g headphones (107g lighter), the Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 285g headphones (23g heavier), the Shure SRH145 is a 150g headphones (112g lighter) and the Sony MDRZX100 is a 120g headphones (142g lighter). More ...

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

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

20% Smaller Driver Size

The Philips SHP6000 has a driver size of 40mm (as does the Panasonic RPBTD5K), however the Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 50mm driver headphones (10mm bigger), the Shure SRH145 is a 36mm driver headphones (4mm smaller) and the Sony MDRZX100 is a 30mm driver headphones (10mm 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 pair of powerful headphones.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The Philips SHP6000 does not support Bluetooth (As do the the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100), however the Panasonic RPBTD5K supports 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.

Not Noise Canceling

The Philips SHP6000 is not noise canceling (As does the the Panasonic RPBTD5K), however the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 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).

A Bit Smaller Headphone Sensitivity

The Philips SHP6000 has a headphone sensitivity of 105dB, whereas the Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 108dB headphone sensitivity headphones (3dB bigger) and the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 are both 100dB headphone sensitivity headphones (5dB 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.

Not Foldable

The Philips SHP6000 is not foldable (As does the the Shure SRH145), however the Panasonic RPBTD5K, the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Sony MDRZX100 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 SHP6000 has received a Kagoo Score of 73, however the Sony MDRZX100 scored 77.

$18 More Expensive

The Philips SHP6000 is more expensive than the Sony MDRZX100 by $18.

Less Retailers

Only 1 retailer sell the Philips SHP6000, whereas 2 stores sell the Shure SRH145. More ...

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

The Philips SHP6000 is older than the Panasonic RPBTD5K by 13 months.

Worse Brand

Philips headphones have an average rating of only 88%, whereas Sony has an average rating of 93.4%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the SHP6000 in the US is $32.95 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Sony MDRZX100

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30mm
DRIVER
120g

The Sony MDRZX100 has a Kagoo Score of 77 and is Supraaural. With a price tag of $14.99 this headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Sony MDRZX100 or read our article on whether you should buy a Sony headphones.

Features We Love:
Foldable

A fully featured and bargain price 120g, 30mm driver earphone.

81
Features
Fully-Featured
79
Value for Money
Very Good
77
Kagoo Score
Very Good

5 Reasons For for Choosing the Sony MDRZX100

165g Lighter

The Sony MDRZX100 has a weight of 120g, whereas the Panasonic RPBTD5K is a 155g headphones (35g heavier), the Philips SHP6000 is a 262g headphones (142g heavier), the Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 285g headphones (165g heavier) and the Shure SRH145 is a 150g headphones (30g heavier). More ...

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

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

Foldable

The Sony MDRZX100 is a foldable headphones (as are the Panasonic RPBTD5K and the Pioneer HDJ1500), whereas the Philips SHP6000 and the Shure SRH145 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.

Better Kagoo Score

The Sony MDRZX100 has received a Kagoo Score of 77, however the Panasonic RPBTD5K scored 73, the Philips SHP6000 scored 73, the Pioneer HDJ1500 scored only 60 and the Shure SRH145 scored only 63.

$18 Cheaper

The Sony MDRZX100 costs $61 less than the Panasonic RPBTD5K, costs $17.96 less than the Philips SHP6000, costs $122.63 less than the Pioneer HDJ1500 and costs $24.01 less than the Shure SRH145.

Better Brand

Sony headphones have an average rating of 93.4%, whereas Panasonic only has an average rating of 77.8%, Philips only has an average rating of 88%, Pioneer only has an average rating of 59% and Shure only has an average rating of 62.8%.

6 Reasons Against for Choosing the Sony MDRZX100

20mm Smaller Driver Size

The Sony MDRZX100 has a driver size of 30mm, however the Panasonic RPBTD5K and the Philips SHP6000 are both 40mm driver headphones (10mm bigger), the Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 50mm driver headphones (20mm bigger) and the Shure SRH145 is a 36mm driver headphones (6mm 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 pair of powerful headphones.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The Sony MDRZX100 does not support Bluetooth (As do the the Philips SHP6000, the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Shure SRH145), however the Panasonic RPBTD5K supports 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.

A Little Smaller Headphone Sensitivity

The Sony MDRZX100 has a headphone sensitivity of 100dB (as does the Shure SRH145), whereas the Philips SHP6000 is a 105dB headphone sensitivity headphones (5dB bigger) and the Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 108dB headphone sensitivity headphones (8dB 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.

4m Shorter Cable Length

The Sony MDRZX100 has a cable length of 1.2m (as does the Pioneer HDJ1500), whereas the Philips SHP6000 is a 5.2m cable length headphones (4m longer) and the Shure SRH145 is a 1.52m cable length headphones (0.32m longer). More ...

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

Less Retailers

Only 1 shop sell the Sony MDRZX100, whereas 2 sellers sell the Shure SRH145. More ...

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

The Sony MDRZX100 is older than the Panasonic RPBTD5K by six years, older than the Philips SHP6000 by five years, older than the Pioneer HDJ1500 by four years and older than the Shure SRH145 by four years.

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Pioneer HDJ1500

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50mm
DRIVER
285g

The Pioneer HDJ1500 has a Kagoo Score of 60 and is Supraaural. However with a price tag of $137.62 this headphones is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Pioneer HDJ1500 or read our article on whether you should buy a Pioneer headphones.

Features We Love:
Big driver size (50mm)
Foldable
Detachable cable
Big headphone sensitivity (108dB)

A good spec and driver size 285g head-band style headphones. It is foldable and has a detachable cable.

76
Features
Good Features
54
Value for Money
Average
60
Kagoo Score
Good

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Pioneer HDJ1500

A Lot Bigger Driver Size

The Pioneer HDJ1500 is a 50mm driver headphones, whereas the Panasonic RPBTD5K and the Philips SHP6000 are both only 40mm driver headphones (10mm smaller), the Shure SRH145 is only a 36mm driver headphones (14mm smaller) and the Sony MDRZX100 is only a 30mm driver headphones (20mm 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 pair of powerful headphones.

8dB Bigger Headphone Sensitivity

The Pioneer HDJ1500 has a headphone sensitivity of 108dB, but the Philips SHP6000 is only a 105dB headphone sensitivity headphones (3dB smaller) and the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 are both only 100dB headphone sensitivity headphones (8dB 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.

Foldable

The Pioneer HDJ1500 is a foldable headphones (as are the Panasonic RPBTD5K and the Sony MDRZX100), but the Philips SHP6000 and the Shure SRH145 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.

Detachable Cable

The Pioneer HDJ1500 has a detachable cable (as does the Panasonic RPBTD5K), but the Philips SHP6000, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 do not have this feature. 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.

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Pioneer HDJ1500

A Lot Heavier

The Pioneer HDJ1500 has a weight of 285g, but the Panasonic RPBTD5K is a 155g headphones (130g lighter), the Philips SHP6000 is a 262g headphones (23g lighter), the Shure SRH145 is a 150g headphones (135g lighter) and the Sony MDRZX100 is a 120g headphones (165g 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 Pioneer HDJ1500 does not support Bluetooth (As do the the Philips SHP6000, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100), whereas the Panasonic RPBTD5K supports 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.

Significantly Shorter Cable Length

The Pioneer HDJ1500 has a cable length of 1.2m (as does the Sony MDRZX100), but the Philips SHP6000 is a 5.2m cable length headphones (4m longer) and the Shure SRH145 is a 1.52m cable length headphones (0.32m longer). More ...

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

Worse Kagoo Score

The Pioneer HDJ1500 has only received a Kagoo Score of 60, whereas the Panasonic RPBTD5K scored 73, the Philips SHP6000 scored 73, the Shure SRH145 scored 63 and the Sony MDRZX100 scored 77.

$123 More Expensive

The Pioneer HDJ1500 is more expensive than the Panasonic RPBTD5K by $62, more expensive than the Philips SHP6000 by $105, more expensive than the Shure SRH145 by $99 and more expensive than the Sony MDRZX100 by $123.

Fewer Sellers

Only 1 retailer sell the Pioneer HDJ1500, but 2 retailers sell the Shure SRH145. More ...

The smaller the number of stores that stock this headphones, the lower the competition amongst stores to keep prices low.
Over One Year Older

The Pioneer HDJ1500 is older than the Panasonic RPBTD5K by 15 months and older than the Philips SHP6000 by two months.

Worse Brand

Pioneer headphones have an average rating of only 59%, but Panasonic has an average rating of 77.8%, Philips has an average rating of 88%, Shure has an average rating of 62.8% and Sony has an average rating of 93.4%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the HDJ1500 in the US is $137.62 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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Shure SRH145

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Shure SRH145
36mm
DRIVER
150g

The Shure SRH145 has a Kagoo Score of 63 and is Supraaural. With a price tag of $39.00 this headphones is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Shure SRH145.

Features We Love:
Long cable length (1.52m)

A good spec but only average value for money 150g, 36mm driver earphone.

77
Features
Good Features
62
Popularity
A Less Popular Choice
63
Value for Money
Good
63
Kagoo Score
Good

1 Reason For for Choosing the Shure SRH145

More Shops Are Selling It

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

11 Reasons Against for Choosing the Shure SRH145

30g Heavier

The Shure SRH145 is a 150g headphones. That's 5g lighter than the Panasonic RPBTD5K (155g), 112g lighter than the Philips SHP6000 (262g), 135g lighter than the Pioneer HDJ1500 (285g) and 30g heavier than the Sony MDRZX100 (120g). More ...

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

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

29% Smaller Driver Size

The Shure SRH145 has a driver size of 36mm. That's 4mm smaller than the Panasonic RPBTD5K and the Philips SHP6000 (40mm), 14mm smaller than the Pioneer HDJ1500 (50mm) and 6mm bigger than the Sony MDRZX100 (30mm). 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 pair of powerful headphones.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The Shure SRH145 does not support Bluetooth (As do the the Philips SHP6000, the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Sony MDRZX100), however the Panasonic RPBTD5K does. 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.

Smaller Headphone Sensitivity

The Shure SRH145 is a 100dB headphone sensitivity headphones, and so does the Sony MDRZX100. That's 5dB smaller than the Philips SHP6000 (105dB) and 8dB smaller than the Pioneer HDJ1500 (108dB). 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.

71% Shorter Cable Length

The Shure SRH145 is a 1.52m cable length headphones. That's 3.68m shorter than the Philips SHP6000 (5.2m) and 0.32m longer than the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Sony MDRZX100 (1.2m). More ...

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

Not Foldable

The Shure SRH145 is not foldable (As does the the Philips SHP6000), however the Panasonic RPBTD5K, the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Sony MDRZX100 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.

Does Not Have a Detachable Cable

The Shure SRH145 does not have a detachable cable, however the Panasonic RPBTD5K, the Philips SHP6000, the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Sony MDRZX100 have this feature. 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 Shure SRH145 has only received a Kagoo Score of 63, however the Panasonic RPBTD5K scored 73, the Philips SHP6000 scored 73 and the Sony MDRZX100 scored 77.

More Expensive by $24

The Shure SRH145 is $6 more expensive than the Philips SHP6000 and $24 more expensive than the Sony MDRZX100.

Older by Over Two Years

The Shure SRH145 is two years older than the Panasonic RPBTD5K, 11 months older than the Philips SHP6000 and nine months older than the Pioneer HDJ1500.

Worse Brand

Shure headphones have an average rating of only 62.8%, whereas Panasonic has an average rating of 77.8%, Philips has an average rating of 88% and Sony has an average rating of 93.4%.

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Panasonic RPBTD5K

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Panasonic RPBTD5K
40mm
DRIVER
155g
40h
BATTERY LIFE

The Panasonic RPBTD5K has a Kagoo Score of 73 and is Supraaural. With a price tag of $75.99 this headphones is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Panasonic RPBTD5K or read our article on whether you should buy a Panasonic headphones.

Features We Love:
Big driver size (40mm)
Supports Bluetooth
Long battery life (40h)
Foldable
Detachable cable

A bargain price and good spec 155g, 40mm driver earphone. It has a detachable cable and a battery life of 40h, supports Bluetooth and is foldable.

79
Features
Good Features
72
Value for Money
Good
73
Kagoo Score
Very Good

4 Reasons For for Choosing the Panasonic RPBTD5K

Bluetooth

The Panasonic RPBTD5K supports Bluetooth, however the Philips SHP6000, the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 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.

Foldable

The Panasonic RPBTD5K is foldable, and so are the Pioneer HDJ1500 and the Sony MDRZX100, however the Philips SHP6000 and the Shure SRH145 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.

Detachable Cable

The Panasonic RPBTD5K has a detachable cable, and so does the Pioneer HDJ1500, however the Philips SHP6000, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 do not. 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.

Newer by 13 Months

The Panasonic RPBTD5K was released three years ago, but the Philips SHP6000 was released four years ago, the Pioneer HDJ1500 was released four years ago, the Shure SRH145 was released five years ago and the Sony MDRZX100 was released eight years ago

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the Panasonic RPBTD5K

19% Heavier

The Panasonic RPBTD5K is a 155g headphones. That's 107g lighter than the Philips SHP6000 (262g), 130g lighter than the Pioneer HDJ1500 (285g), 5g heavier than the Shure SRH145 (150g) and 35g heavier than the Sony MDRZX100 (120g). 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

Panasonic RPBTD5K is only 40mm driver, and so does the Philips SHP6000. That's 10mm smaller than the Pioneer HDJ1500 (50mm), 4mm bigger than the Shure SRH145 (36mm) and 10mm bigger than the Sony MDRZX100 (30mm). 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 pair of powerful headphones.

Does Not Support Noise Reduction

The Panasonic RPBTD5K does not support noise reduction, however the Philips SHP6000, the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 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.

Not Noise Canceling

The Panasonic RPBTD5K is not noise canceling (As does the the Philips SHP6000), but the Pioneer HDJ1500, the Shure SRH145 and the Sony MDRZX100 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).

Worse Kagoo Score

The Panasonic RPBTD5K has received a Kagoo Score of 73, but the Sony MDRZX100 scored 77.

More Expensive by $61

The Panasonic RPBTD5K is $43 more expensive than the Philips SHP6000, $37 more expensive than the Shure SRH145 and $61 more expensive than the Sony MDRZX100.

Not As Many Stockists

The Panasonic RPBTD5K is only stocked by 1 retailer, however the Shure SRH145 is stocked by 2 sellers. More ...

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

Panasonic headphones have an average rating of only 77.8%, however Philips has an average rating of 88% and Sony has an average rating of 93.4%.

The cheapest price that we could find for the RPBTD5K in the US is $75.99 but in total we found only 1 price for it.

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