5 awesome earphones to use if music is your life

Bowers and Wilkins C5 series 2

In general, the Bowers and Wilkins C5 series 2 boasts a powerful audio performance with rich lows, detailed highs and excellent balance, making it suitable for all genres of music, ranging from the soft jazz to the loud metal. In addition, it has an upgraded driver and a fantastic sound signature, which heightens your audio pleasure.

It is also secured by a loop mechanism, and each earpiece contains a tungsten weight that helps shift the balance of their weight towards each ear for maximum security and comfort. Finally, with an attractive and lightweight design, this is definitely one of the top picks among the current earpieces.

Bose QuietComfort 20

Generally, the Bose QuietComfort20 is probably one of the nest noise cancellation earpieces on the market currently. Boasting a rich bass response and crisp highs yet able to cancel out nearly all background noise, this earpiece is a must- have for those people who want to listen to their music and ignore all background noise at the same time.

Design wise, it is not very flashy but it is extremely comfortable and gentle to the ear. Bose makes an Android/Windows/Blackberry-friendly one-button version and an iPhone-compatible three-button version and also houses a talk-through “Aware Mode” button that let you hear what’s happening in your environment without pulling out the earphones and pausing your music.

Klipsch R6i In-Ear Headphones

Essentially, the Klipsch R6i In-Ear Headphones combines high-quality audio performance with comfort. Designed with multiple ear tips and inline remote control and microphone, it is easily one of the top earpieces. Klipsch continues its focus on quality design and performance with the elegant, lightweight R6i In-Ear Headphones.

These earphones deliver a sonic experience that will appeal more to bass lovers than purists, but the boosted bass presence is paired with sculpted high-mids and highs for a generally balanced sound. It’s a solid contender in the earphone range, especially if you like booming bass.

Westone W10

At a time when most earpieces are leaning towards the bass-heavy side of the spectrum, Westone still makes earpieces that have a primary focus on the mids and highs. The Westone W10 is loaded with plenty of accessories, including two detachable cables and several pairs of ear tips.

This is a secure-fitting option for music lovers who want natural bass. There are some surprise distortion issues at maximum volume, but they won’t be noticeable as long as you are listening at reasonable levels.

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Yamaha EPH-M200

Currently, the one I’m using, although the Yamaha EPH-M200 earphones look simple, but its audio performance packs a pretty huge punch along with a secure fit. They deliver a sound signature with some serious bass depth that will appeal to big bass lovers.

Still, Yamaha keeps things more or less balanced but if powerful bass is your thing, this might just be the pair for you. It also comes with a lot of extra ear tips, so no worries if you lose them. You will have plenty more.

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