When it comes to a good listening experience, nothing beats a good pair of headphones. They now come in various shapes and sizes, over-ear, on-ear, in-ear, and so on. This makes buying difficult.
To help you with this, I have made a list of five best headphones. I have tested more than 50 headphones to make this list, so you can be sure of its authenticity.
Top 5 Best Headphones in India:
1. RHA High Fidelity T10i:
The RHA High Fidelity T10i is among the very best in headphones in India. It is an in-ear headphone with noise isolating capacity. The headphone is made of high-quality stainless steel. It is sturdy and durable. However, it is a bit on the heavier side.The sound it delivers is quite powerful and clear.
The unique feature of the product is its noise isolation ability. RHA has given six sets of their dual density ear tips. These tips make sure the headphone fit properly in your ear and offers noise isolation, giving you a better sound experience. The headphone is compatible with Apple devices such as the iPhone.
On the downside, the bass performance is not really up to the mark. It is quite unbalanced, to say the least.
- Amazing sound quality
- Sturdy and durable build quality
- Unbalanced bass
- Cable is non-removable
2. AKG K92:
Another great choice in headphones in India is AKG K92. The build quality of the headphone is superb. It has a metal frame and its ear cups are made of matte plastic. It looks really elegant as well. AKG K92 delivers a sound quality that can be said to be amazing.
It has its own disadvantages as well. Just like the aforementioned product, this one also does not have a good bass performance. In addition, the noise isolation abilities also fall short if you compare it to other over-ear headphones.
- Superb build quality
- Sound quality is pretty good
- You can use it as a gaming headphone as well
- Average bass performance
- Mediocre noise isolation compared to other over-ear headphones
3. Sennheiser Momentum 2.0:
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 is an updated version of the original Sennheiser Momentum series headphones. It is a very good headphones to have by your side. The headband and ear pads are made up of leather and memory foam. That makes your experience even smoother. The sound quality is brilliant. Even the bass performance is also above average.
However, there is just a small problem with this device. That is the mid-bass. It is the weakest point on this headphone. But if you do not have a problem with that, it is well worth your money.
- Sound quality is very high
- Elegant and contemporary looks
- Mid-bass is not up to the mark
4. Bose QuietComfort 35:
Bose does not need any introduction when it comes to headphones. This one is no exception. The QuietComfort 35 is a noise cancellation headphone and it does its job fantastically well. The headband and frame are made up of a thick plastic and the outer shell of the ear cup is metal. These are covered in faux leather. This helps in staying cooler even in warmer conditions. It is also light, making it easier to use for long hours. The noise cancellation ability is second to none. The sound quality that you get is superb.
On the downside, there is no option to turn off noise cancellation on this headphone, even if you want to.
- Superb noise cancellation
- Above average sound quality
- Long battery life
- Noise cancellation cannot be turned off
5. Grado SR60e:
Now, for another good choice, let me present to you the Grado SR60e. It is an on-ear headphone and is a good one to have. The build feels a little too plasticky in my opinion, but you are free to think otherwise. The Grado SR60e is lightweight, making it a good option for traveling. I have to say the sound quality is way above average. The bass performance is also quite good.
There is also a downside to it as you would expect. The build quality is not very good, as mentioned earlier. Also, it does not fit snugly quite often. As a result, it falls off sometimes. In addition, the noise isolation ability is quite poor. It does not block many of the outside noises.
- Brilliant Sound reproduction and above average bass
- Lightweight, ideal for travel
- Mediocre noise isolation capacity
- Build quality average, feels plasticky
- Does not fit properly
These are the five best headphones in India as of now. If you think I have missed anything or that you would like to see something else, please let me in the comments section below.