Top 10 Best Rated Over-Ear Headphones 2019

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In-ear headphones are okay when you want something light, and also when you are indoors. However, when you feel like getting lost in sound, or when you would be going out, over-ear headphones are what you would probably have to turn to.

The loudness and the sound quality of over-ear headphones are almost always superior to those of in-ear headphones. However, when getting one, you have to be careful not to buy a low-quality product. This article presents some very cool headphones, and if you look forward to buying a new one, you could use this content as a guide.

Best Over Ear Headphones 2019

1. Sony WH-1000XM3

The Sony WH-1000XM3 is the third generation of Sony’s WH1000 wireless headphones. This product is better than the previous generations, and it also a very good product. The Sony WH-1000XM3 has a lighter weight, and features softer cushioning. Thanks to the softer cushioning, you could put on this product for hours, without feeling pain. The noise-cancellation of this product is epic. It is arguably one of the headphones with the best noise cancellation.

  • Noise-cancellation
  • USB Type-C
  • 254 grams
  • Wireless

Price: $296.80

Pros

  • Epic noise-cancellation
  • Very comfortable

Cons

  • Can expose weaker recordings

2. Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Over-ear

The Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Over-ear is another product you could look into, if you need an over-ear headphone that could get you totally lost in sound. The product is impressive, but it is not wireless. This product furthermore has no noise-cancellation support. The Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Over-ear seems to be designed for people who need a great product for indoor use. Using this product outdoor may be not enjoyable.

  • In-line remote and mic
  • 190 grams

Price: $309.99

Pros

  • Great design
  • Foldable

Cons

  • No noise-cancellation
  • No wireless support

3. AKG K72

Do you have a very low budget, but would still love to get a product with good sound quality. If yes, the AKG K72 is a product meant for someone like you. This headphone is a very affordable product. It was not designed for outdoor use, so it has no support for Bluetooth. In addition, the product has no noise-cancellation technology. However, when you connect the product, using an auxiliary cord, you get outstanding sound quality.

  • 200 grams

Price: $48.98

Pros

  • Very comfortable
  • Great value

Cons

  • No wireless connection
  • No noise-cancellation

4. AKG N60NC Wireless

If happen to love AKG products, the AKG N60NC Wireless is an over-ear headphone that probably has everything you would want from an AKG headphone. This product, unlike the AKG K72, supports wireless connection as well noise-cancellation. It is worthwhile mentioning that its bass is really epic. If for any reason you need to use an aux cord, this headphone also supports that.

  • Noise-cancellation
  • Wireless

Price: $189.00

Pros

  • Very comfortable
  • Great bass

Cons

  • No cons

5. Shure SRH1540

The Shure SRH1540 is another over-ear headphone, and it is designed for indoor use. The product is meant for people who would go for nothing, but a high quality product. The headphone is relatively expensive, but its quality is a good justification for its expensiveness. The Shure SRH1540 weighs about 286 grams, but this does not make it uncomfortable to put on. As the product is meant for indoor use, it has no noise-cancellation technology.

  • 286 grams

Price: $425.99

Pros

  • Great quality

Cons

  • No wireless connection
  • No noise-cancellation
  • Expensive

6. Grado SR80e

The Grado SR80e is not so expensive, and it is no push-over. This over-ear headphone is also designed for indoor use, and weighs about 220 grams. The product uses the standard 3.5 mm audio connector, but has no support for wireless connection. It is also important stating that the product has no noise-cancellation technology, making in not ideal for outdoor use.

  • 220 grams

Price: $150.00

Pros

  • Excellent treble and mid-range
  • Lively sound

Cons

  • Not the most relaxed sound
  • No wireless connection
  • No noise-cancellation

7. Grado SR325e

If you are still interested in a product meant for indoor use, the Grado SR325e is another over-ear headphone you should look into. This product is heavy, weighing about 358 grams. However, this heaviness brings an advantage, the sound quality of this product is truly amazing. It is an indoor product, so it neither has support for wireless connection, nor has support for noise-cancellation. A very large number of people who have bought this product, claim it to be epic. However, there is one thing so many people also complained about, the product suffers from noise leakage.

  • 358 grams

Price: $295.00

Pros

  • Expensive dynamics
  • Very good sound

Cons

  • No wireless connection
  • No noise-cancellation
  • Heavier

8. Beyerdynamic Amiron

If you are into music, this is one of those over-hear headphones you should consider. The product is expensive, but its sound quality is the opposite of disappointing. It is capable of giving you clear and organized sounds, something you hardly get in less expensive products. Just like the Grado SR325e, this headphone has some weight, weighing about 340 grams.

  • 340 grams

Price: $598.99

Pros

  • Clean and organized sound
  • Nice bass details

Cons

  • No wireless connection
  • No noise-cancellation
  • Expensive

9. B&W P9 Signature

Have you ever tried a B&W headphone? If no, you should really try this product out if you can afford it. The B&W P9 Signature is a product designed for people who are serious about music. It is the most heavy and the most expensive product to be presented, but a very good product. The B&W P9 Signature weighs about 413 grams, but that should not be a problem, as the design of the product was fine-tuned, to reduce the negative effects of its weight.

  • 5m cable length
  • 413 grams

Price: $703.48

Pros

  • Stunning mid-range clarity
  • Superb detail levels

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Heavy

10. Sony WH-CH700N

This headphone is meant for people who desire an outdoor headphone and are also very serious about music. The Sony WH-CH700N is a heavy product, weighing about 240 grams. It comes with a noise-cancellation technology, but this tech can not be compared to those seen in high-end over-ear headphones.

  • Noise-cancellation
  • 240 grams

Price: $128.00

Pros

  • Impressive battery life

Cons

  • Rudimentary noise-cancellation
  • Lacks refinement

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