Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 22 October 2014

The 10 Best earphones

1. Shure Se315, £194,
Shure's reputation comes from its heritage in microphones. It makes great headphones too. These feature optimised bass to improve the low definition sounds of MP3s.
2. Skullcandy Fix, £59.99,
At the (slightly) cheaper end of a pricey gadget sector, Skullcandy earphones fit well with the extreme-sports audience. They offer heavy bass and a hard trebly noise.
10. Klipsch S4i rugged, £89.99,
The S4is may look like tiny hair-dryers but they're plenty tough enough. Perhaps their key feature is the on-wire remote control.

With sound quality to compete with heavy-duty headphones, here’s our pick of the finest in-ear buds on the market.

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