Deciding which headphones are the best can be very subjective.
Therefore after researching and reading the reviews, I am providing
for you the 5 most highly-rated earphones for you to decide.
Ultimate Ears super.fi 3 Studio
The good: The Ultimate Ears Super.fi 3 Studio in-ear-style headphones
deliver accurate sound for a reasonable price, and they offer a
comfortable, secure fit.
The bad: The Ultimate Ears Super.fi 3 Studio earphones' cable is too
short for tall users.
The bottom line: Ultimate Ears' no-frills Super.fi 3 Studio in-ear
headphones deliver a clear, balanced audio response. This set should
be your top choice in the $100 price range.
The good: Excellent sound quality; earpluglike design blocks
environmental noise; thick, durable cable design; includes full
assortment of accessories.
The bad: Some people find in-ear headphones uncomfortable.
The bottom line: Shure's E4c earbuds are simply the best in-ear
headphones we've ever heard.
The good: Noise-isolating earbuds with awesome clarity and detail;
includes multiple eartips and travel pouch.
The bad: Thin, tangle-prone wires; somewhat expensive.
The bottom line: Etymotic's ER-6 earbuds offer stellar sound quality.
The good: The Sennheiser CX 300 offers solid sound quality,
significant isolation from outside sounds, and an ultralightweight
design, as well as three sizes of silicon ear tips to ensure a perfect
fit--all for well less than $100.
The bad: The Sennheiser CX 300 doesn't come with a travel pouch or any
The bottom line: If you're looking for an affordable, decent-sounding
pair of earbuds, start with the Sennheiser CX 300. Sennheiser's first
in-ear design sounds like a winner to us.
The good: Very comfortable earbuds; highly effective noise-canceling
circuitry; excellent sound quality; handy volume control;
The bad: Wires have a tendency to get tangled.
The bottom line: These little earbuds have excellent sound and
above-average noise-hushing capability.
I hope the information provided is helpful.