Here’s what to look for while buying the perfect in-ear headphones for yourself

In-ear headphones come in many different designs, build and types.

Buying the perfect pair of headphones for yourself can be very confusing especially if you are not aware of what exactly you are looking for. With so many options in the market, one must be aware of the features they are looking for in the headphones, whether they want a light comfortable pair for everyday use, cheap or expensive headphones, wired or wireless, a high-end brand headphone, or a noise-canceling one, or even the latest model headphones. If you are one of those confused individuals then look no further. In this article, we elaborately explain the in-ear type of headphones, their designs, their usage, and of course, the quality of the sound.

For starters, headphones are of three major types. They are in-ear headphones, on-ear headphones, and over-ear headphones. 

In-ear Headphones 

The most commonly used headphone is the in-ear headphones, the price of which starts from a mere hundred rupees. However, it is better to avoid buying those as they will last only for one use and if you are lucky enough, maybe even two or three. There are mainly two different in-ear headphones such as the in-ear monitors or IEMs, and earbuds. 

The IEM earphones come with silicone or rubber tips which gives better noise canceling experience. They are comfortable because of the soft tips and does not hurt your ears even if you put on your earphones for hours on end. They are known to be great for workouts and other such daily activities. They also come in various sizes to meet the needs of a wide array of customers and the soft tips comfortably fit in the ears of the listener eliminating maximum external noise.

The earbuds are one of the oldest forms of earphones and unlike the IEMs they do not come with rubber or silicone tips. The tips are round and are not designed to fit the ears perfectly. They sit on the outer ear and after long hours they might likely strain the ears, especially for those who have sensitive ears.

The IEMs and earbuds have been designed to suit users and have become easier and lighter to carry and use. The ear clip and neckband or behind the neck design only widen the options for those who use earphones most of the time.

The ear clip design, which comes in both wired and wireless designs, gives a more firm fit to its users. The design also incorporates soft material along the lines for a more comfortable fit. It is mostly recommended for workouts and similar activities as it holds the earphones firmly in place.

The neckband design also comes in both wired and wireless designs and is the most popular as of now mainly because of its design. The neckband earphones as the name suggest rests on the neck and is very easy to use, even if they are not in use, you could still place them on your neck and continue with your day-to-day tasks. 

You can buy in-ear headphones as per your budget as the best in-ear headphones range from 1000 rupees to ten thousand rupees or even more. 

Pros of in-ear headphones

  • Easily fits anywhere 
  • Very light and compact
  • Portable

Cons of in-ear headphones

  • Sound quality not as great as on-ear or over-ear headphones
  • Can get damaged easily

We have made a table for your convenience with the best cheapest to the most expensive earphones.

Best in-ear headphones

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