When it comes to headphones they need to look as good as they sound and last couple of years these are the four over the ear headphone brands that are delivering on both over different price points, so there is no need to compromise.
Monster are the market leaders in sound technology, so the only decision you really need to make is which design to go for. Bass, check. Sound clarity, check, noise cancelling, check. It was only when I was introduced to Monster that I understood what quality headphones were. The latest sleek design DNA headphones offers clear dual audio input jacks let you link your headphones together and share the audio.
These Jam Bluetooth headphones may look bulky but they are simple and the attention to detail is what makes these headphones special. This is my first experience with Bluetooth, so lets start with a negative to clear the air, the sound bleed. What I mean is that everyone else can essentially hear exactly what I am listening to, so that probably has to do with the lack of wire when in Bluetooth mode. The positives and there are many of them, are the solid sound quality, and the ability to not be tethered is a godsend. The controls to skip songs and control the volume is on the outer left ear, of the headphones, so ideal for me to not keep touching my phone.
The coolest part about this twine and silk headband is that they are headphones. Molami are a premium brand and this design comfortably wrap over the ears with subtle cushioned speakers, adorned with a gold clasp closure in the back. I was impressed with the sound quality when I got them over two years ago, and they are still going strong.
House of Marley can not be denied as one of the most stylish headphones and these ‘Roar’ are pretty cool. Although they don’t encase the ears, these are light softly padded, and have an acoustic style of surround sound. base