These are the best cheap headphones you can buy!

We spend a lot of time talking about high-end wireless headphones like the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 and the Sony WH-1000XM3 — and for good reason, they’re incredible products — but nothing says you have to spend a lot just to get some good headphones for casual listening. Panasonic, Monoprice, COWIN, and even Google all make great wired and wireless headphones to fit almost any budget.


Best sound quality


Staff pick


Audio-Technica ATH-M40x



If you’re looking for great sound for a low price, the Audio-Technica ATH-M40x are unbeatable. In terms of sound quality, they sound very natural with a wide soundstage. Nothing fancy, just wired over-ear headphones that sound good, especially for the price.


$99 at Amazon $99 at Newegg


Smartest headphones


Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds



For better or worse, most phones these days ship without a headphone jack, so USB-C earbuds are your best bet for portable wired audio. Google’s Pixel Earbuds support 24-bit digital audio, and features some great smart features tucked inside — you can access Google Assistant, Google Translate, and your latest notifications all from the inline media controls.


$30 at Google Store


Most comfortable


Panasonic ErgoFit Earbuds



For phones that still tout the more traditional 3.5mm headphone jack, the Panasonic ErgoFit earbuds prioritize comfort, with a fit you can wear all day. Aesthetically, they’re nothing fancy, and sound quality for music and phone calls is decent at best, but you’ll hardly notice the ErgoFits in your ears, and they feature in-line controls that work with Android.


$9 at Amazon $29 at Newegg


Budget Bluetooth


Monoprice Hi-Fi Reflective Sound Earbuds



Monoprice’s Hi-Fi headphones are Bluetooth-compatible, held together by a short flexible cord, and they sound fantastic. Their “reflective” design points the drivers away from the ears so the sound reflects back, which keeps your ears from ringing and delivers far better sound than you’re paying for.


$28 at Amazon $10 at Monoprice


Best Bluetooth headphones


OnePlus Bullets Wireless



For this price, you can’t ask for much more from the Bullets Wireless earbuds. They sound fantastic, with great (but not overwhelming) bass and clear high end, they recharge with the same USB-C cable that likely charges your phone, and the neckband design keeps them from getting tangled or in your way.


$69 at OnePlus


Best budget ANC


COWIN E7 Pro



Noise-canceling is usually a premium feature reserved only for expensive headphones, but COWIN’s E7 Pro headphones are an excellent exception to that rule. They’re bulky, but that makes room for their large 45mm drivers and well-cushioned earpads for a comfortable and great-sounding experience.


$80 at Amazon $50 at Newegg


Best for workouts


JBL Endurance Sprint Wireless



The JBL Endurance Sprint Wireless features a hook and bud mechanism that guarantees the ultimate earbud stability, and are ultralight for those long workout sessions. On top of that, you have IPX7 water resistance which means you won’t have to worry about sweat, puddles, rain, or snow.


$30 at Amazon $30 at Best Buy


Best Open-Back


Philips SHP9500



Open-back headphones don’t need to be expensive and the SHP9500 from Philips are a great example. Not only is the sound signature fantastic, but the SHP9500 also features excellent dynamic range and soundstage for an incredibly low price. To top it all off, you don’t need an amp to power them.


$75 at Amazon $103 at Newegg


Best Budget Sound


Monoprice Modern Retro



Aside from the slightly bizarre name, the Modern Retro from Monoprice offers excellent sound quality and comfort at a super low price. They’re designed with long listening sessions in mind, as well as production work.


$30 at Amazon $26 at Monoprice


Best True Wireless


Anker SoundCore Liberty Air Truly Wireless



Not only are these buds super comfortable, but the Anker SoundCore Liberty Air Truly Wireless feature a great, well-rounded sound. You’ll get up to five hours listening time, and the included charging case adds 15 hours, totaling 20 hours.


$80 at Amazon $49 at Neewegg


Best Buds


Anker SoundBuds Curve Wireless



The Anker SoundBuds Curve Wireless features up to 13 hours of battery life on a single charge, an excellent bass-heavy sound signature, and ultra-portability. They are fairly basic and don’t feature anything special such as active noise cancelation or any special convenience features, but they get the job done.


$27 at Amazon $27 at Newegg


When it comes to budget-friendly headphones, there are a surprising number of them available. And just because they’re inexpensive doesn’t automatically mean they won’t sound good. Personally, I’d go for the Audio-Technica ATH-M40x if you’re okay with over-ear headphones. For a set of over-ear headphones, they are surprisingly portable and comfortable, have excellent sound quality, and are wired so you don’t have to worry about re-charging them at all.

On the other hand, if you’re looking for earbuds, the JBL Endurance Sprint Wireless are an excellent choice. It’s a wireless earbud that features great, balanced sound, IPX7 water resistance, and 8 hours of battery life.



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