Etymotic Research ER6i Isolator Earbuds

Etymotic Research ER6i Isolator Earbuds Review

Etymotic Research ER6i Isolator Earbuds Review

 

Best Earbuds $50-$100

Retail Price: $99.99

The Etymotic ER6 are great multi purpose headphones they have a lot of good reviews.   They can be used for exercising, noise cancellation or just casual use with professional quality.   They come with excellent highs and mids but a little lacking in the deep bass if that’s what you’re looking for.  Although if you’re out running or biking in dangerous areas and you need to hear your surroundings, I wouldn’t suggest these because they have really good noise cancelling.   They come with different tips so you can test them and see what’s most comfortable.

Pro’s

-Great passive noise cancellation

-Comfortable

-Good clear highs and mids-Very detailed

-Loud, so they’re good for ipods and mp3 players, no need for a headphone amp.

Con’s

-If you’re a bass head and really love your bass, these are a little thin on bass

-Wires are a bit thin

Etymotic Research ER6i

Overall

For this price range overall these are the best earbuds in it’s category.  Great for noise isolation, comfortable, clear highs and mids, loud and good overall Earbuds for this price range.

Product Information:

  • Balanced armature transducer for full-range sound
  • Frequency range of 50 Hz – 16 kHz
  • Up to 36dB noise isolation
  • Choose between included flanges and foam eartips for best fit
  • Replacement filters, changing tool, shirt clip and pouch included

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Sennheiser HD-280 PRO Headphones

Sennheiser HD-280 PRO Review

Sennheiser HD-280 PRO Review

Best Noise Cancelling Headphones $50-$100

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German engineering at work here, they know how to build headphones that’s for sure.  These are the best noise cancelling headphones under $100 range in our opinion.   Most all the reviews rave about these headphones and the only negatives we see are they can be tight if you have a big head.   If that is a problem you can easily stretch them out a bit before using them.  They have pretty extreme isolation on them for a passive noise cancelling headphone.  Compared to Bose, Beats By Dre, Tritton, Sony and others these blow them away in the price range and even out of there price range.   Great mids and high’s, some say the bass is a little anemic but you can eq that.  A lot of other headphones have great bass but it drowns out the mids too much, but these are just right.

Pro’s

-Great passive (no batteries needed) noise cancellation, up to 32 dB of ambient noise attenuation.  They also don’t have sound leakage so people next to you won’t hear what you’re listening to or be disturbed.

-Great High’s and Mid’s

-Durable- Many say they’re unbreakable.

-Awesome wide frequency response of 8Hz to 25kHz

Con’s

-Some say it can be tight if you have a big head, but that’s easy to fix by stretching them out some.

-Some say your ears can get sweaty after a while, but just let them air out and you’re fine.

-Slightly anemic bass, but it can be EQ’ed and many others that have more bass drowned out the mids horribly.

Sennheiser HD-280 PRO

Overall

Watch Conan, Leno and many other T.V shows and you will see Sennheiser.  They make great quality headphones that last and they put love into there headphones.   These have raving reviews and many people couldn’t do without these headphones.  They are a step up from the under $50 headphones but can hang with many of the $200 dollar headphones, they’re a great quality headphone for sure.

Sennheiser HD-280 PRO Reviews and Prices