When it comes to audio accessories, you would want your earphones and headphones to sound the best. After all, you are spending a significant amount of money on these gadgets. But, the choice of music subjective. While some like to hear deep and punchy bass, others want to keep their music a bit mellow. If you belong to the first category, congratulations, you have come to the right place.
In this post, we have compiled a list of the best bass-heavy earphones and headphones. These are priced at less than Rs. 15,000 and will satisfy all the bass lovers out there.
The Jabra Elite 65T have become quite popular ever since their launch. It carries the cool double tone color, great battery life, and the good connectivity. The mic is top-notch, and the people on the other end needn't strain to hear you. When it comes to sound quality, well, they sound great. And considering that these are wireless earphones, the bass response is robust.
The highlight of the Jabra Elite 65t is the snug fit. The earbuds are sleek and do not stick out from the ear. Yep, no goofy look.
These earphones pack a compelling set of features. From EQ support to soundscapes and HearThrough (ambient sound feature), you get plenty to play with.
The Elite 65t has considerably good battery life. While the buds last for about 5 hours on a single charge, the case provides an additional 10 hours.
Overall, the reviews have been good for these buds, with users praising their Bluetooth connectivity, fit, and sound.
The Sony XB50BS Extra Bass earphones have been in the market for quite some time. As suggestive of its name, these are bass-heavy headphones. The bass is pretty decent and avoids sounding too booming, and are perfect for EDM or hip-hop music, as per the folks at CNET.
Apart from that, these in-ear wireless sports headphones are sweat-resistant and fit well. All the controls are at the body of the earbud. Plus, the overall sound signature is decent for the price.
The Sony MDR-XB650BT are strictly wireless headphones and are a good pick if truly wireless earbuds are not really your thing. The bass is deep and intense, and the sound doesn't distort at high-volumes. These being headphones with large cushioned pads, they are incredibly comfortable to wear even for long periods.
Plus, the volume controls and track navigation controls for these Xtra Bass headphones are on the ear cup. These come with NFC. and the battery life isn't too bad either (30 hours).
Furthermore, they come with aptX Bluetooth codec for better sound quality. As we mentioned above, the bass is heavy. However, they tend to get tread on the higher frequencies as per the folks at Trusted Reviews.
Nevertheless, users have said good things about the sound quality and the bass.
The JBL T460BT headphones are an excellent choice if you want a pair of bass-heavy wireless headphones in the affordable range. They have a battery life of around 11 hours. Plus, all the controls are the ear cups, like on the ones above. And, they can be folded, which makes it convenient to carry them.
User reviews have been pretty good about these headphones. The sound quality and the bass response are at par with the price.
However, the JBL T460BT can prove to be a little tight for some users. So, if you plan to wear them for long periods, you should consider this point before buying.
The Sony MDR-XB75AP are wired earphones and packs Sony's proprietary EXTRA BASS technology. These earphones are made for the EDM lovers, and the passive noise cancellation is praise-worthy. You just have to keep in mind to have the right set of ear tips.
Apart from that, the wires of these headphones are sturdy and durable and are likely to last long. Though the metallic build readers a cool look, they make these earphones a little heavy.
The Skullcandy Crusher Wireless headphones are a tad different from the usual crop. They come with a nifty slider for bass which lets you control the amount of bass in your songs. Other than that, these are fairly comfortable headphones that have a battery life of about 40 hours. They can be folded which makes them super easy to carry about.
The playback controls are on the ear cups. You get the option to pause/play music and to adjust the volume levels.
Overall, the sound quality is impressive with decent noise isolation. Plus, with the bass booster turned off, these headphones can pull more than 40 hours.
Last but not least, the build is solid and is likely to withstand daily wear and tear.
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So, these were some of the best bass-heavy headphones and earphones. As far as earphones are concerned, all you have to do is find the right pair of ear tips, and you're good to go.
Which one of these will you buy?
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