The Best Beat for Ones Buck

BY Clairissa Myatt

Staff Writer

With Headphone Companies on the Rise, Music is Played More Clearly.
With Headphone Companies on the Rise, Music is Played More Clearly.

When it comes to listening to music, people struggle with choosing the best set of headphones to provide them with the best listening experience. BlueBuds X Bluetooth headphones, designed by JayBird, are the smallest Bluetooth headphones that create an easy and comfortable fit for the individual.

Coming in both black and white, they offer a sleek and sophisticated look. Offering a light cushioning for the ears, these headphones are priced at $169.95.

BlueBuds X are not the only wireless headphones in the market: Beats by Dr. Dre, released the Beats Studio Wireless headphones, which are a tough contender.

Used by professional athletes such as Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks, these headphones are an obvious pick if putting the world on mute is the end goal.

Being a wireless headphone with up to 12 hours of battery life unplugged, these will travel wherever. The Beats Studio Wireless headphones come in six shades to fit every style at $379.95.

Headphone companies compete for the best pair of headphones in the market. Stock Photo.
Headphone companies compete for the best pair of headphones in the market. Stock Photo.

Not only has Beats released the Studio Wireless headphones, they have also released the Beats  Mixr, which has a swivel function allowing DJ’s to listen to their beats while hearing the crowd simultaneously.“David Guetta challenged Beats by Dr. Dre to create the perfect set of world-class ear cups. One year and thousands of prototypes later, we’re proud to present one of the lightest, loudest headphones ever,” says the Beats by Dr. Dre website.

There are eight vibrant colors available and are priced at $249.95. Music composers everywhere just got a lot more serious, and colorful.

Jazz it up a bit, and get some new headphones today. Pick the perfect pair for ones style, and keep rocking.

 

Clairissa Myatt

Clairissa Myatt is an alumna from Lynn. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in multimedia journalism and a minor in sports management. Over the past year, Myatt has had amazing writing opportunities. From being published in a national magazine for youth sports to being a contributing writer for Elite daily, she is eager for what the future holds for her career. With a passion for fitness and writing, she hopes to be able to combine those two things into a career that never leaves her with a boring day at the office.

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