Momentum I Ivory, Sennheiser
Recognized sound masters from Sennheiser cover the cups of these headphones with expensive leather, which is used by fashionable brands of the luxury segment, and the case is made of stainless steel. Add great sound to the outstanding looks and you have headphones that justify the € 269 price tag.
MH40, Master & Dynamic
Master & Dynamic adhere to the same ideology as Bang & Olufsen - design without sacrificing sound. Due to the aluminum “grilles” on the outside of the headphones, the MH40s look a little more aggressive than the same BeoPlay H6s, but this is their special charm. Another plus in favor of the MH40: they are finished with real sheepskin.
Major II Bluetooth, Marshall
The cult company Marshall is known primarily for its guitar amplifiers, some of the most reliable and high quality in the world. However, now it also produces smartphones with headphones. Major II retains the design features of Marshall's trademark combo amps - their cups, for example, are upholstered in rough leather. In addition, Major II headphones are wireless and connect to your music player via Bluetooth, so you don't have to unravel the wires.
Linea N ° 1, Caeden
Linea N ° 1 caters to the female audience: delicate colors, marble-like ear cups, soft cord. Caeden claims that their designers draw inspiration from linear geometry and modern architecture.
Chant, House of Marley
House of Marley was founded by the son of the great reggae musician Bob Marley. Hence its "rastaman" headphone design. In addition, House of Marley products are notable for being made with recyclable wood and fabric materials.
Crossfade M-100, V-Moda
Crossfede M-100 is made for hi-tech and industrial design lovers. The hexagonal cups and metallic sheen create a predatory look for these headphones. The CEO of V-Moda, by the way, dreams of having their products on display in a museum. In this sense, the M-100 can be called the most convincing application of the company.
Solo 2, Beats
Who doesn't know Beats by Dr. Dre ? It was this company that once promoted the idea of "headphones as an accessory" to the masses. And even if they sound, for the most part, rather gray, the recognizable design is the hallmark of these headphones. And especially good "Bitsy" look with sportswear.
BeoPlay H6, Bang & Olufsen
At Band & Olufsen, design has historically been given as much attention as sound. BeoPlay H6 is no exception. The combination of genuine leather and aluminum, as well as noble color solutions give an unpretentious and very high-quality result: the headphones catch the eye.
The Japanese from Audio-Technica have developed the ATH-W1000Z especially for music lovers. The all-wood ear cups add warmth to the earbuds and also highlight the classic design of the device. The price of € 600 is justified not only by the non-trivial appearance, but also by the sound quality.
H.ear range, Sony
These headphones are relatively recent and have been designed specifically for high quality lossless music playback. The line includes two models: h.ear on and h.ear in earbuds. The latter, by the way, are especially convenient to take with you to the city or on a run - these are the world's first in-ear headphones with digital noise canceling and Hi-Res Audio support. In addition, h.ear has a friendly design, and in the palette of available colors, in addition to the traditional dark gray, they have red, bright green and emerald green, which is unusual for headphones.>