JLab Audio headphones are some of the best in the market in terms of affordability and quality. I’ve owned a few pairs in my day and continue to use mine when I go to the gym or if I’m traveling to Chicago to visit my younger brother. I’ve taken a look at some of the other popular brands in the market, such as Skullcandy or Beats by Dre, but I’m really turned off by how high they markup their products — I think it has to do with how much they market, and because they can get away with it.
We love Audio-Technica and we love earbuds. Their studio monitor headphones have won for best Audio-Technica headphone overall, but their in-ear headphones pack some serious punch. You’ve seen some around in the best bass Audio-Technica headphones, but here is a top list of the best Audio-Technica earbuds. The prices on their earbuds fall within a pretty big range, with some being as cheap as $20 and others all the way up to $600! So which Audio-Technica in-ear headphones are worth it? We find the best value, features and overall usability and pick our top earbuds.
As Audio Technica headphone junkies, we know it can get expensive at times when browsing their catalog. A downside to extremely well-made headphones is the price: some of these Beats by Dre headphones can add up to $300! Why? Because they’ve advertised and paid millions of dollars to athletets, musicisans and various celebrities to promote their product. These headphones may work as intended, but we feel that cost is outrageous. That’s why we feel that Audio-Technica is way better than the leading market fronts, and they offer some cheap studio-quality and worthy headphones at that. Always be sure to check out our best studio headphones article for some more alternatives, too.
We love music equipment because it can be supplemented for other audio niches, such as the basis of our article here, gaming. We’ve already reviewed the best Audio-Technica headphones specifically for bass as well as the overall best headphones made by A-T, but what about other realms? Audio-Technica has recently come out with an entire line of headphones made specifically for gaming. The market is saturated with many types, models and brands of gaming headphones, but we’re huge advocates of Audio-Technica so we’ve decided to research and review their new catalog.
Music equipment isn’t what it is without headphones. As we saw in our latest article, the ATH-M40x was the victor in determining which Audio-Technica headphones were the best overall. However, now it’s time to really get down to the specific music niches. We all have our personal preferences for audio enjoyment and Audio-Technica took that into consideration when laying out their catalog and creating headphones per specific uses. Today we’ll be determining which Audio Technica headphones are the best for bass, because, let’s face: bass is the center-point and most bad-ass part of music. Read our best studio headphones article for some more options too, although they are geared more towards accuracy.