Headphones are a very personal thing with different people prioritizing different things. But what about if you just want the best? As in, truly top-class sound?
That's the subject of a thread over in the Windows Central forums.
In-ear headphones, in particular, vary an awful lot in quality, but you can get some really amazing ones and you don't necessarily have to spend the earth.
Personally, I spent many a year using a pair of Bang and Olufsen Play 3 in-ear headphones. The incredible build quality and innovative adjustment mechanism drew me in, the sound quality made me stay. I'd still be using them today had they not met an unfortunate cat-related end.
But what about you? If you're using a pair of in-ear headphones you think are particularly good we want to hear about it. So hit the forums thread below and let us know!
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