We have taken the time to make the process easier for finding the best in ear headphones to use while in class for you.
Have you ever been in a crazy long lecture? You know the one with that professor with the super monotone voice. Well if you know the one we are talking about, then you know that you have to do something fast so you don’t end up drooling in your $400 book. Now we don’t want to blatantly ignore our professor so why not take a short music break on the DL. So, let’s jump in.
First of all the AM Pro10 is pretty good looking if I don’t mind saying so myself and they have a really cool feature where they contour to the inside of your ear compared to other in ears that just plug right in. The sound quality is phenomenal and extremely detailed. Contrary to original design purposes of the AM PRO10, it is great for everyone, not just musicians. No worries the cable is super incognito so it can be easily hidden from obnoxious professors.
Westone incorporated new SLED technology which makes the AM PRO10 super legit. Westone is well know as one of the originators of making in ear monitors and their popularity is shown by the amount of musicians you see performing with them. They are great because they allow the right amount of clear sound so you can hear what is going on around you without sounding muffled, it also does this without sacrificing any sound quality.
The AM PRO 10 come in this rad clear case that is totally different from most other earphones. The accessories include a hard shell carrying case and 10 pairs of ear tips. It is so versatile you can use casually, in the studio, and when jamming out with your band.
You can get all this at a stellar price under $200. So what are you waiting for?
Sennheiser is well known for making some of the best headphones. The Momentum 2.0 In-Ear have a nice bass and wonderfully detailed sound. Play your favorite EDM or hip hop song on these puppies, the bass is insanely good and the sound has beautiful transparency.
The M2IE comes in two color choices red and black chrome. If you don’t want to be the guy speeding in a red Ferrari trying not to get caught we highly recommend the black chrome for in class use. They are extremely portable and versatile. We haven’t even told you the best part yet they have four options for you to choose from:
- M2IEG Black Chrome for Android
- M2IEI Black Chrome for Apple
- M2IEG Red Black for Android
- M2IEI Red Black for Apple
The M2IE are definitely a good buy and a whole lot of product for the price.
If those other two are not in your price range, no problem we still have some more options for you. The Kicker EB93B are still as efficient as the others and at a great price. If you are a bass head, these will definitely work for you. The casing makes them extremely durable so no worries about exposed wires.
Some highlights of the Kicker EB93B include:
- Tangle free cable
- Inline mic and remote
- Angled plug so it reduces stress on the cable so it won’t bend and break
Bottom line is the Kicker eb93b is a perfect set of earphones to use while in class. The simple fact that I have one in my shopping cart right now about to check out should be enough for you to grab yourself a set as soon as possible.
The NVX IE2GR is perfect to use during a long lecture, they have great noise isolation so no distractions… from your new playlist that is. They have a cable that hooks around the ear to keep the earbuds in place. The remote works with both Apple and Android so no worries about getting caught having your phone out in class.
The IE2GR come in a nice granite gray making them less noticeable especially on those days you want to wear your favorite grey t-shirt. The accessories include silicone and foam tips so you can choose whichever is most comfortable for you. If my English professor asked me about the sound quality I would say overall they sound euphonious basically at the pinnacle of nirvana.
You really can not beat the price under $20 for the amount of quality that you get from these in ear headphones.
We in no way advocate not paying attention in class but if you find yourself needing a quick distraction we know our in-ear suggestions will help you with your music listening needs.