If you are looking for the best headphones under 50 dollars that are not only super affordable but also plays decent and clear sound then relax because we have found just the right headphone for you that play amazing well plus it cost less than 50 bucks. A couple of days back we put together a list of some of the best headphones under 100 that deliver great bangs. However, today we are featuring a much cheaper but high quality ones that cost even much lesser for folks that are on tight budget.
2 Best Headphones under 50 Reviews
It has a wired cord which is split into two, also a 3.5mm headphone jack, gold plated. The cord is fabricated and can’t be used while jogging, it is also adjustable, and the headphone is foldable and comes in a bag by the manufacturers.
it has what is called a comfort zone which has light and firm mode, going on light becomes open air stereo phone, going on firm it becomes more tight and there is some sort of noise isolation to some extent, it has the 80’s design and a good sound quality, it has a life time warranty, if it gets spoiled, just send them to Koss with a $7 check and they will fix or replace it for you.
if u are looking to buy a cheap small ear phone, the Koss portapro is your guy, the downside with this is that it is really fragile, it has a Slightly overpowering bass, there is also a high counterfeit rate for the Koss so make sure to get it from the right source and it has a metal band at the top that gets one hair tangled
Sennheiser PX 100-II
This is an upgrade to the Sennheiser PX 100 it comes with a single cord fitted to the left cup of the head phone it is also foldable and comes in a pouch and looks like a folded eye glass when fully folded which is an advantage because you can take it wherever you please.
The sound is amazing for a less than $50 dollar headphone. It is also very light and comfortable to wear. The design does not look too good as it looks ancient and depending on the user’s preference, it comes on a small pouch not a hard case which many people will not favour. It is also more expensive than its predecessor the Sennheiser PX 100.