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The 5 important factors when choosing headphones

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  • Headphones come in a number of different styles, that are going to fit your ears and sound differently when you wear them. Apart from the general form factor, there are a few other features that you’ll want to consider when buying your headphones.

    NO. 1
    Noise Cancellation

    Noise cancelling headphones sample the noise around you and play an inverted version of that sound in your ears, cancelling out the noise around you. The upside is that they’re extremely effective, but they tend to be pretty expensive, so that’s something to keep in mind when considering noise cancelling headphones. You’ll need some batteries for these types of headphones, and while they come in both ear pad and full size models, you’ll probably want to go full size for the best noise cancellation.

    NO. 2
    Wireless

    Wireless headphones are pretty self-explanatory: they don’t have wires, letting you roam the world cable-free. Most wireless headphones these days are Bluetooth, and often will let you not only listen to music wirelessly, but even play, pause, or skip music right from the headphones. The problem with wireless headphones is that you have to recharge them or swap out batteries often, and sound quality is rarely as good as wired headphones. If you have other wireless devices in your house, like cordless phones, they can also experience interference. They come in both home versions with big base stations, and portable versions with small dongles. They have their time and place, of course, like when you’re exercising and don’t want to get tangled up in your own wires.

    NO. 3
    Durability and Warranty

    The reason we buy new headphones so often is because the old ones often break or get somehow destroyed. When you get to the store, see how durable each pair of headphones feel—if it feels cheap, it probably is, and might not last you as long as you’d like.

    NO. 4
    Comfort

    When you try the headphones on, leave them on for awhile—15 minutes if you can, even longer if you’re able—because how they feel within the first five minutes and how they feel later will be quite different. A lot of headphones can feel fine when you put them on, but will make your ears hurt after awhile. Sadly you can’t sit in the store for two hours with them on your head, but you should be able to get a pretty good idea of how well they fit by wearing them for a little while.

    NO. 5
    Sound

    Lastly, you’ll want to test the most important feature: how they sound. We’ve shared a few tips for this before, but they’re worth noting again. Throw some of the Eminent speaker sound tests on your MP3 player before you head out. They’ll play certain frequencies that you can match with a description of what they should sound like (e.g., “Pink noise” should sound like rain on a rooftop). If they don’t match their descriptions, you probably want to pass on that pair of headphones.

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