For the most part, budget earphones are uncomfortable, hideously designed and the sound they output is simply not very good.
Despite what some might assume, spending a huge chunk of cash on great sounding earphones isn’t necessary in today’s headphones market. With so many companies out there aiming to right the wrongs of these budget headphones, which one do you choose?
If you’re looking for a sleek set of headphones that provide booming, high-quality sound performance and all the features needed for a great in-ear experience at a digestible $135 (£119, about AU$173) price, look no further than the Beyerdynamic iDX 160 iE.
The iDX 160 iE is quick to make a nice first impression with its design. An appealing trait of in-ear headphones is that they pack a listening experience into a discrete, travel-friendly form factor, and this set takes that to another level with premium and useful features.
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