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Types Of Earphones

In-ear earphones

Some people argue that these units are similar to the earbuds, but this isn’t the case. These pieces get inside your ear canal thus blocking noises from the outside. In addition to this, they are comfortable as they are often made from soft materials. The pieces are also light thus you can easily travel with them.

Just like any other pieces, they come with their negatives. Their major flaw is that they are delicate; therefore, they easily get damaged. This requires you to be very cautious when handling them.

On-ear

On-ear headphones sit right over your outer ear. When you wear them, they cover your ear canals rather than the entire ear. Their most identifying feature is a closed back thus you are able to listen to the music better. The units are also lightweight thus you can easily travel with them. In fact, some of the brands pack them with packing bags making it even easier to go with them.

While they are great units to have, they often feature a foam padding on the ear-cups that tends to get moist when your ears sweat. While you can use them both indoors and outdoors, they provide poor noise isolation when you use them outdoors. If you use them for a long time, they cause ear irritation.

Over ear

From their name, these units cover the entire ear. Due to this, they reduce noise pollution. They keep the sound you are listening to in thus you are able to get maximum results. In addition to maintaining the music in the ear, they are also very comfortable. In fact, some models feature cups made from velvet that don’t crunch your ears.

The main flaw with the units is that they are usually heavier than most of the other models in the market. Due to this, they cause fatigue when you wear them for extended periods of time.