For the best sound you'll need to go over-ear [Bristol Evening Post (England)]
(Bristol Evening Post (England) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Ear-buds might be more discreet and portable, but for the ultimate sound delivery, you need to go over, not in. Here's a round- up of the best over-the-ear headphones on the market.
1 Comfier than an old armchair, these high specification over- ear headphones are the first from the acclaimed speaker maker, and they're well worth the wait. They fold away nicely into their carry case, while the connection cable includes volume control and a microphone. Bowers and Wilkins P7 - Pounds 329.99 from hifigear.co.uk 2 Much loved by many in the music industry, this set offers great comfort when worn for long periods, and the range and precision of music they can deliver is pretty much faultless. Denon AH-D600 - Pounds 189.95 from hifiheadphones.co.uk 3 Designed by engineers to deliver the best possible sound from smartphones and tablets, this highly evolved set of earphones deliver crystal-clear audio right across sound spectrums. Bose Soundtrue - Pounds 149.95 from bose.co.uk 4 Take your pick from three types of wood (walnut, sapele or beech) to create the prettiest casing for your sound delivery technology. You'll not be disappointed by the ear-warming sounds they offer. Griffin Woodtones - Pounds 74.99 from store.griffintechnology.co.uk 5 With the full heritage of the sporting brand behind them, plus all the might of the Monster tag, this collaboration was always going to produce decent results. They deliver a workout-inspiring bass level many others can only aspire to. Monster Adidas Originals - Pounds 219.95 from store.universal- music.co.uk 6 These headphones connect to your device via Bluetooth, and you control the volume and track skipping by tapping on the earpieces. It takes a little getting used to, but when mastered it is quite a superb little trick. Parrot Zik - Pounds 209 from amazon.co.uk
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