Top 5 Headphones Under $100 (2015)


Looking for superior sound quality without breaking the bank? Our Top 5 Headphones Under $100 deliver audiophile-level performance in multiple styles, from in-ear monitors to open back on-ear cups.

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1) VSonic GR07 In-Ear Headphones

VSonic GR07 Headphones
  • Proprietary Biocellulose Drivers for excellend sound
  • Rotatable nozzle of exceptional comfort
  • All-rounded neutral sound signature
  • Driver: 11mm High Dynamic CCAW Drive Units, Bio-cellulose diaphragms
  • Impedance: 50 ohms

2) Grado SR80e

Grado SR80e headphones
  • The new Grado “e” series, replacing the classic “i” series
  • Adjustable, soft vinyl headband
  • Superb sound quality
  • Large ear cushions for comfortable listening
  • Mini stereo plug with 1/4-inch adapter

3) Shure SE215

Shure SE215 headphones
  • Detachable Cable with Wireform Fit
  • Sound Isolation technology prevents outside noise from interfering with your audio experience
  • Lightweight, low-profile shape with optimized nozzle angle is designed to rest comfortably in the ear
  • Flexible sleeves in multiple shapes and sizes gently contour to your ears.
  • Carrying case included & available in black

4) Etymotic Research MC3

Etymotic Research MC3 headphones
  • Made for Apple iPod, iPhone and iPad control functionality
  • 3-button micro-control pod with high sensitivity microphone
  • High degree of noise isolation enables lower-volume listening
  • An assortment of noise-isolating ACCUFit eartips options to ensure proper seal and comfort
  • Special driver design allows more compact size for greater in-ear comfort. Tight, accurate bass with crystal clear high frequency detail at all listening levels. 85%+ response accuracy

5) V-MODA Crossfade M-80

V-MODA Crossfade M-80 headphones
  • 40mm Dual-Diaphragm drivers (biggest in class, patent-pending)
  • Compact on-ear, lightweight, steel construction
  • Vibrant bass, vivid mids, vivacious highs
  • BLISS noise isolation
  • Exoskeleton hard case

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