Finally after quite a few delays here we have our top six headphones under 1000Rs. Here, Some provide good bass, some have good audio balance, while some deliver natural and loud audio.
Best Earphones Under Rs.1000-
1. Sennheiser CX-213
At number one, well you might not expect this I certainly dent the Sennheiser CX-213 thumping bass and great vocals also the loudest of the lot there is nothing to brag about the build quality but the headphones come with 2-year warranty unlike the others that come with just one year the only con here would probably be the lack of an inbuilt microphone, the cost of these pair of headphones varies a lot right now it’s about 900 rupees so go and grab one immediately if you are on a budget.
2. Skullcandy ink’d 2
The Skullcandy ink’d 2, The bass and treble responses are pretty much the same but the audio via these headphones is louder in fact in terms of audio quality these have been our personal favorite for about years, anyway the inbuilt microphone makes for clear phone calls and just like the JBL headphones the 3.5mm connector is gold-plated, you will also get anti-tangle cords with this one, Yes they are truly anti-tangle, what you should worry about the most is the build quality, I won’t four or five of these and none of them lasted more than a few months and worse is that the deterioration is due to regular use but it’s termed wear and tear and doesn’t get covered under the one-year warranty so if you are someone who only occasionally uses your phone so don’t want to spend a lot while still wanting great audio quality these might just be for you.
3. JBL T150A
At number three comes the popular T150A from JBL, The call quality and inbuilt microphone is exceptional. The build quality is decent, nothing worth mentioning there. The 3.5mm connector is gold-plated, the highs and lows are very good. It offers decent noise isolation-overall at around 700 rupees or 10$ it definitely offers great value, We didn’t find anything wrong with its loudness until we started using the another one.
4. Audio Technica ATH-CLR-100
At number four comes the Audio Technica ATJ-CLR-100, the build quality is average but just like the Panasonic headphones it’s comfortable. The 3.5mm connector is gold-plated meaning better sound reproduction as far as the audio quality goes, the bass is not great but the highs are excellent the sound is very clear something I can say about the other two headphones we’ve seen so far in this video but CLR-100 are also misses something that the other two don’t, An inbuilt microphone so you can’t take calls with these anyway a cord wrap is included in the box for better cable management-cool so at just Rs600 or 9$ the CLR-100 is a great buy if clean vocals are what you are looking for.
5. Panasonic RP-TCM-125
The bass in this earphone is really good but the highs are poor, sometimes it could barely hear the vocals sometimes the track itself sounded muffled up the build quality too is just average, what’s worth mentioning about this pair of headphones is that it offers an ergonomic fit it instantly fits in ears short to sit in yours too given that it comes with three differently sized pairs of earbuds, The call quality via the inbuilt microphone is good so overall at around 700 rupees or Ten dollars these are a decent pair of earphones.
6. House of Marley Smile Jamaica
The sixth one on the list is House of Marley Smile Jamaica headphones these cost about 900 rupees or 14$, the build quality of this earphone is excellent the fabric court reduce strangles not entirely but to some extent the drivers are made of wood and aluminum, One of the best-looking headphones we would say it’s also got an inbuilt microphone, from the few phone calls I took with it and I found the quality to be decent. that’s it it may not offer the best fit because it comes with two pairs of ear buds unlike most other headphones that come with three, The noise isolation is good but the audio quality itself isn’t the best, the highs are decent but we found the bass lacking, If you want more bass you could checkout the Panasonic RP-TCM-125 .
With headphones there’s no one-size-fits-all, different people have different preferences here our rankings are base solely on the audio quality not the build quality or the presence of a microphone or anything else for that matter if you want good mic and build quality then JBL T150A at the top, if you are not a fan of bass and just one crystal clear vocals We’d suggest the audio technica ATH-CLR-100 so what do you use, let me know in the comments below if there’s another awesome pair of your that you’d like, let us know about.