In-Ear Headphones

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FiiO FH3 Hybrid In-Ear EarphonesFiiO FH3 Hybrid In-Ear Earphones
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Focal Spark In Ear Headphones BlueFocal Spark In Ear Headphones Blue
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Focal Spark Wireless In Ear Headphones BlackFocal Spark Wireless In Ear Headphones Black
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EarFun Air Pro3 True Wireless EarphonesEarFun Air Pro3 True Wireless Earphones
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Noble Falcon True Wireless In-Ear MonitorNoble Falcon True Wireless In-Ear Monitor
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Sennheiser IE 600 In-Ear HeadphonesSennheiser IE 600 In-Ear Headphones
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Sennheiser IE 200 In-Ear HeadphonesSennheiser IE 200 In-Ear Headphones
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Sennheiser CX 2.00 In Earphones BlackSennheiser CX 2.00 In Earphones White
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Westone Pro X30 In-Ear MonitorsWestone Pro X30 In-Ear Monitors
FiiO FD5 In Ear HeadphonesFiiO FD5 In Ear Headphones
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Sennheiser IE 900 In-Ear HeadphonesSennheiser IE 900 In-Ear Headphones

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What Are Noise Canceling Headphones?

Noise cancelling headphones help to reduce ambient environmental noise through a digital process called active noise cancellation. Small microphones in each side of the headphones identify outside noise, and produce an exact opposite signal to help “cancel out” that noise. Noise cancelling headphones such as the FiiO EH3NC Noise Canelling Headphones can be especially useful in environments where there are constant, similar-range audible frequencies such as airplanes, air-conditioners, or other mechanical noises.


Are Bluetooth Earphones Safe?

Bluetooth earphones produce invisible electromagnetic waves that are no more detectable than any other electronic device, such as your laptop or smartphone. The American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has said that exposure to these kinds of waves is “generally perceived as harmless to humans”. All headphones, whether they are wired or bluetooth, come with the risk of long-term hearing damage if played too loudly for long periods. It’s recommended to keep sound playback at a moderate level when using any kind of headphone.

Which earphone is the best?

The best headphone is the one that’s right for you! At Addicted To Audio, we only stock brands that we have the utmost confidence in when it comes to delivering the best performance at any price point. If you’re looking for absolute fidelity and performance in a quiet home setting, than a pair of open-back headphones like the Audeze LCD-5 Reference Planar Magnetic Open Back Headphones might just be the “best” kind of headphone for you. On the other hand, if you need a little more isolation from the outside world and plan on doing some serious home listening, a closed-back headphone like the Focal Stellia Reference High End Closed Dynamic Headphones might be more suitable for your listening purposes. For those of you who like to listen on-the-go, a wired portable headphone like the Audio Technica ATH-WP900 Portable Closed-Back Headphones can be a great solution, or if you’d prefer to keep things cord-free and block out some outside noise, perhaps take a look at a noise canceling headphone like the. Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones In-Ear Monitors, or “IEMs” can provide excellent levels of clarity and audio fidelity in a much more compact format if you’re looking to travel light. A traditional wired IEM like the Final Audio E3000 In Ear Headphone can be easily connected to a range of devices, such as smartphones, laptops, and Digital Audio Players (DAPs). It’s even possible to get great wireless bluetooth performance from tiny in-ear headphones - True Wireless Earphones like the Grell audio TWS/1 Wireless In Ear Headphonesgive you the advantage of all the benefits of noise-cancelling technology and bluetooth connectivity, in a discrete, compact format.

At the end of the day, it’s always best to think about how you’re going to be listening to your music, and where you’ll be doing it. Head in-store and ask the friendly staff at your nearest Addicted To Audio store to try out a few different types of headphones and see what’s going to work best for you!

Which Earphones WIll Fit My Ear?

The fit of an earphone will depend on the shape of your ear and which style of fit you prefer. In-ear monitors, or “IEMs” like the 64 Audio Duo Universal In-Ear Earphones use silicone or foam tips to insert into the ear, to create a “snug” fit that has the added benefit of passively blocking much outside noise. “Earbud”-style earphones like the Audio-Technica ATH-CM2000Ti Earbuds fit inside the outer ear, for a looser, more airy sound signature without the need to insert into your ear. If you’re looking for the ultimate in fit, comfort and passive noise isolation, getting a pair of custom in-ear monitors (or “CIEMs”) might be what you’re after. In order to get a pair of CIEMs like the Jerry Harvey Audio JH7 Custom In Ear Monitors 2-Pin made, you’ll first need to get impressions, or small plastic moulds, of your outer/inner ear made so that the manufacturer can then produce IEM shells that are an exact fit for your ears.

The best brands

At Addicted To Audio we carry an exciting range of first class in-ear earphones from some of the finest specialist brands in the world, such as Grado, Fostex, HIFIMAN, Campfire Audio, Westone, Noble, Focal, Sennheiser and Final Audio. You may not be familiar with some of those brands, but they’ve got a quality experience in store for your ears.