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Shure SE215
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Marshall Mode EQ
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Focal Sphear
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Betron DC950
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Klipsch R6
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Mad Catz E.S. Pro 1
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Razer Hammerhead Pro V2
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GranVela VJJB V1S
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1More Triple Driver In-EarThe 1More Triple Driver In-Ear don't just look and feel premium, but they also sound terrific! They will deliver an incredibly balanced and accurate sound for an enhanced listening experience with 3 drivers that include 2 balanced armature drivers and a separate dynamic driver. No matter the genre you're listening to, enjoy crisp and detailed sound as intended thanks to 1More's collaboration with renowned producer, mixer, and sound engineer Luca Bernard to perfect the final tuning. Designed to fit in your ear perfectly, the earbuds come with 9 sets of ear tips that are easily replaceable so you can swap them with the ones that work best for you.
Shure SE215Lots of people assume that earbuds are only for short-term use and are only one-year rentals. This is the reason many are uncomfortable spending $50 on a pair of earbuds. There are earbuds out there that have outstanding long-term value and durability. A good example is the Shure SE215. They have an understated design and are durable. Because of their design, they are not quite comfortable at first, but once you get used to them, they become extremely comfortable to wear and are ideal for marathon gaming sessions. The cable is Kevlar-coated and includes in-line controls.
Marshall Mode EQIf you are willing to extend your budget to around $60 then the Marshal Mode EQ is the ideal best budget option for you. They are of great quality and have two sound profiles; one is mainly focused on mids and highs while the other is for sound that is heavy with bass. For both cases, the sound output is great and has very little distortion. The earpieces are well-constructed and feel comfortable in the ears as they are angled, even during extended gaming sessions. The cable is tangle-resistant and ends with a 3.5mm jack which has just the right length and is durable.
Focal SphearFocal is a brand based in France. It most probably is not the first brand that would come to mind when in search of in-ear headphones for gaming purposes. It is a company known more for automobile and home speakers. However, the Focal Sphear proves that the company can also produce small-scale sound equipment that are of excellent quality. The earpieces are round and for maximum comfort, are equipped with an angled eartip. The design is open with the Focal logo on the earpiece that features a mesh design. Compared to other earbuds in the market , these ones are less durable with a plastic build and a pretty flimsy cable.
Betron DC950For anyone on a tight budget, that is less than $10, then the Betron DC950 would be the ideal pair of earbuds. For their price range, they give quality sound and offer features that would exceed expectation, more than you would get from competing brands within this price range. Every penny spent will be worth it and put to great use with this purchase. In each ear, there is a large 11.5mm driver. that functions at a pretty decent frequency response range. The end result is a super bass that hundreds of happy customers rave about.
Klipsch R6Klipsch is a reputable name. It is an American company that has over 60 years of experience in the industry. Based in Indiana, it offers quite a lineup of audio equipment. It is known for production of equipment of exceptional quality. The Klipsch R6 are a good example. The tips are oval shaped which means they offer a natural fit in the ears and offer more comfort to the user even when long for extended periods. The cable connected to the earpieces is flat and tangle-resistant. They come with multiple sets of ear tips and you can choose from the different sizes. They also come with a zippered carrying case.
Mad Catz E.S. Pro 1Mad Catz E.S. Pro 1 is easily the best in the market. There are other earbuds out there with specific features that are better than the Mad Catz but no other earbuds have all the features needed by gamers and also have a price tag affordable to all gamers. The E.S Pro 1 is equipped with the largest drivers which is important in determining sound quality. Other than that listening to them yourself also determines this. The frequency response range is also important and the materials that are used in the housing of the earbuds. The Mad Catz boast a solid 20Hz-20kHz frequency range which further allows for a substantial presence of highs and lows.
Razer Hammerhead Pro V2If versatility is what you are looking for, then you should check out the Razer Hammerhead Pro V2. These earbuds have a number of features that make them one of the best in the market. These features include flat-style cables for added durability and a microphone that is equipped with three audio control buttons. For incredible audio quality, they have huge 10mm dynamic drivers. These earbuds are a good choice when it comes to gaming as well as listening to music and they are compatible with virtually all devices.
GranVela VJJB V1SYou get an amazing price to performance ratio with GranVela products and the GranVela VJJB V1S is no exception. They may not be the best earbuds money can buy but they are definitely the best you can find with this amount o money. For the price, the sound value is amazing. Two drivers in each ear offer sound that is crisp and clear all through their wide frequency range of 20Hz - 24kHz. The design is in-ear and isolates noise effectively as they are shipped with three different sized silicone eartips.

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