Reddit mentions: The best sports fan headphones

We found 46 Reddit comments discussing the best sports fan headphones. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 4 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

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u/Autumn_Shroud · 2 pointsr/headphones

For gaming you'll definitely want something open with a good sound stage, and the M50x most certainly doesn't meet that criteria. While they are a fun headphone to listen to and quite comfortable with upgraded pads (Shure 1540 or Brainwavz HM5 pads to name a few) - they just can't compare to an open headphone for gaming.

If you're looking at something in the $150 price range that'll work for both of your requirements, I suggest you take a look at the Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro or Premium. Great sound stage, great sound overall and a slight bass emphasis, which is pretty sweet for an open headphone.

Do keep in mind that the "Pro" version is 250 ohm, and will need some amplification to perform to its full potential. The Premium version comes in 32 ohm, and won't need to be amplified.

EDIT: Here's the 990 Pro (250 ohm) from Focus Camera via Newegg for a mere $125. That's a pretty sweet deal for this set.

Aaand here's the 32 ohm Premium version with a hard case, a micro SD card and a small Fiio amp for $189. This is honestly an even better deal, imo.

u/LobsterTaco · 1 pointr/soundtech

These are by no means the BEST bluetooth headphones but I think they are absolutely worth the price. They fit your loud criteria and they fit the jamming them in your ear criteria. They also comes with a ton of different buds and and the part that allows you to fit it to your ear depth.

In conclusion, loud, flexible, sizable, great price.

edit: you're in the right sub since it's pretty general purpose

u/Pyromonkey83 · -8 pointsr/headphones

I disagree that bluetooth sucks personally... The gen 1 and 2 bluetooth headphones were admittedly terrible and had major issues with audio quality, noise, and battery life, but we have come a long way since then.

I recently purchased THESE bluetooth earbuds and I literally will never go back to another pair of in ear headphones ever again.

They cost $25, have a fantastic battery life (7-8 hours of full volume use, I've used them for ~10 hours on one charge at medium volume before they died), and have legitimately the best audio quality from any headphones I have used over the last 5 years. On top of that, they are insanely comfortable, have fantastic noise suppression (not active cancellation, just suppression from the buds resting in your ears), and have a huge range of sound, from deep bass all the way to high treble.

I've never had a pair of headphones that came anywhere close to these.

u/NPPraxis · 2 pointsr/gadgets

First, before I continue, I want to clarify: It's possible for something to have no positives for the consumer at the time of purchase and still have a long term net positive effect.

When Apple removed the floppy drive, this had no benefit for the customer buying the Mac without a floppy drive. But, it helped push anyone making Mac applications toward CDs, and the customers eventually benefited.

When Apple dropped OS 9 compatibility mode, it forced a lot of companies to upgrade their software. (Meanwhile, today, at work, I still support software occasionally that was written for Windows 3.1.)

When Apple refused to support Flash, this had no benefit for the customer at the time of purchase. But it drove third party websites to switch to HTML5, which generally ended up, long term, resulting in a better mobile web experience.

So when I say that I disagree with your assessment that Apple's rationale with this is just to sell expensive earbuds, I don't necessarily think you're wrong that there is zero consumer advantage- at least, at the moment- to removing that port. The customer who buys the iPhone 7 gains little from lacking the port. (Maybe waterproofing and that 100 mah of battery.)

But I also think you're flat out wrong about the motivation. Apple is trying to reproduce their Flash push; as Apple makes up ~30% of the US' smartphone market and ~15% of the world's, they think that by eliminating the headphone jack, they will push the third party market to focus on Bluetooth. They're gambling that within a couple years, we'll see much higher wireless headphone sales and better wireless products.

While I don't agree with them on this as much as I did on Flash- as Gruber put it, "Flash/HTML5 was bad/good. Analog jack/AirPods is meh/good"- I genuinely do believe that Apple's motivation is to move the industry away from wires to wireless. (And if they, in the process, can leverage Beats and the Apple brand to sell wireless headphones, bonus.)

The existence of a $159 earbud is to demonstrate how to solve many of the problems inherent to Bluetooth devices, such as pairing, in a single product that "just works" as Jobs would say. I'd expect to see a lot of third party headphones similar to out outstrip it on price.

(Believe it or not, $159 is a surprisingly reasonable price. There are very few wireless headphones with microphones battery pack cases of that quality in that price range, let alone with the directional beamforming mics and other advantages. Even Kickstarter products are often in that range.)

> Its impact on the final cost of the phone is negligible, the space it takes up is trivial.

Honestly, I think the removal was more for ease-of-waterproofing than anything. The headphone jack is the hardest part to waterproof, and instead of retooling the internal design and possibly taking up more space to waterproof it, they removed it and found the extra space allowed a little more other stuff.

> Now for everyone who doesn't care about Bluetooth buds, which is most people, life involves an adapter.

More realistically, they'll discover Bluetooth buds, which are almost in the $20 range these days.

u/sienadreamer · 1 pointr/mildlyinfuriating

There’s a really nice set of Bluetooth headphones I have, they’re wired together so there’s some weight to them but they work really really well and have a great battery life.


They’re not expensive but the sound is awesome.

u/Khal_Drogo · 1 pointr/EDC

These are really great as well.

Great sound, great retention, no complaints.

u/whitewalls86 · 1 pointr/powerlifting

I just bought these guys a couple weeks ago, and they seem like they are good quality for the money. No issues pairing, charge quickly, and sound ok. Obviously not amazing, but good enough.

Before, I had these guys and I liked them, but they didn't stay in my ears as well as I had hoped, and the they weren't very loud.

u/thefigpucker · 1 pointr/iphone

I have THESE and like them and they fit very well, comes with diffwerent size tips and don't fall out.

Can't beat it for the price and they sound great.

u/sergyy · 2 pointsr/running

These are pretty damn great for the price :
Just recently got them and have ran 3 times with them so far (once during the rain!) and they've been flawless.

u/GottaBeGrim · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Thanks for the suggestion, but I ended up going with these. Bought them new off eBay for 20 and I'm in love

u/jd35 · 2 pointsr/audio

If you want total budget ones I love my bluetooth headphones I got off amazon 2 years ago here's the link:

Really surprised with the quality and sometimes I have to re-pair (not repair lol) them to get them to work properly but they have good battery life too

u/BasicBrewing · 1 pointr/Tools

I use wireless bluetooth headphones. Stay in real well, are comfortable, block noise when off, and as a bonus can turn the music on.

I use these ones. At $15 they're cheap enough to try out/break, but I've had them for two years and they are still going strong.

u/IgnoreMyName · 1 pointr/headphones

Budget - $30 max (Must be from Amazon)

Source - Nexus 6p

Requirements for Isolation - Enough for situational awareness while running out on the streets.

Preferred Type of Headphone - Bluetooth IEM

Preferred Tonal Balance - Balanced?

Preferred Music - Rock and Hip-Hop/Rap mostly but do listen to a lot of genres.

Currently looking at these two on Amazon but IDK which would be better. Just need something that's comfortably and will stay in my ear while I am exercising (running in particular).

u/Jammasterj2107 · 1 pointr/bouldering

I like these pretty well. Not super loud but good range/battery/sound quality for the money

u/STRMfrmXMN · 7 pointsr/AskMen

I wouldn't use Bluetooth headphones that are that cheap. I'm not really a fan of wireless headphones due to interference, charging, and that noise, but if you must, for $20 these are really not bad at all. A friend wears these to sleep. Just look out for the knockoff versions of which there are quite a few.

u/Deleriumb32 · 1 pointr/funny

Not OP, but my $26 ones are amazing.

u/sagervai · 2 pointsr/misophonia

Ask your counselor if you can get a note allowing you to wear low-profile headphones with light white/pink noise playing on them during class. I got these and found that I can still hear other things, but trigger noises are muffled. :)

u/bits-and-bytes · 2 pointsr/Fitness

I burned through 2 $100 pair of Bluetooth headphones, then I found these guys. Great headphones for the price.

u/A-U-T-Omatic · 3 pointsr/xxfitness

These ones are amazing. I buy them for everyone. They send out an email explaining how to use every detail of the headphones. Annnnd they really do stay in your ears.

u/BlueMacaw · 1 pointr/HelpMeFind

My son bought these Bluetooth earbuds from and loves them.

u/NotSoLittleJohn · 3 pointsr/Welding

I got a set of these, and while technology has gotten better, the sound is actually pretty money on em and they are dirt cheap.

u/KSOFM · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I have these - $24.99 and I couldn't be happier. No audio lag and they stay on in the gym. The packaging was fantastic and professional, they come with a variety of bud and inner ear support sizes, the battery lasts about 7 hours on continuous use with an iPhone 6s. Charge in about 1 hour and 35 minutes.

u/MCL001 · 1 pointr/Revolvers

I got grips on Amazon

Smith and Wesson S&W K Frame & L Frame Round Butt Conversion Rosewood Custom Pistol Grips Checkered and Scroll Design with S&W Silver Medallions

This is what they look like on my 686+

u/Jewmobile · 1 pointr/AirForce

These cheap and sound just as good as every other Bluetooth I have owned.

u/Sofa__King__Cool · 1 pointr/Fitness

I've been using these for a bit over a year and I think they're great. They stay in my ear while lifting and running and the battery lasts around 10 hours between charges. AYL Bluetooth Headphones V4.1 Wireless Sport Stereo In-Ear Noise Cancelling Sweatproof Headset with APT-X/Mic for Smartphones

u/Crocoduck_The_Great · 6 pointsr/iphone

I have these:

They were slightly cheaper when I bought them and they are sold under many brand names on Amazon, so they likely are still available at the $20 I paid.

u/trennsetta · 1 pointr/Surface

Ive used these everyday for 6th months and havent had a problem on my surface yet.

u/thenerdal · 5 pointsr/Android

There's plenty. TaoTronics cost around $30 and have APT-X, AYL Qy8 cost $26 and also have APT-X. More higher end, with more battery life is the MEE Audio X7 Plus at $80, also with APT-X.

There's also the Sony SBH80 and Jaybird's X2's that come down in price usually around the $50-$70 range.

You should actually read reviews/use them before saying things.

u/ZuesPoopsAndShoes · 1 pointr/funny

I'd go with these then.

u/rasputin1 · 1 pointr/lgv20

AYL Bluetooth Headphones V4.1 Wireless Sport Stereo In-Ear Noise Cancelling Sweatproof Headset with APT-X/Mic for Smartphones

u/CaptainKirklv · 1 pointr/gadgets

Been using these for about 2 years now with no issues. I use them exclusively for the gym so I didn't want to spend much.

u/girlgainzgang · 6 pointsr/xxfitness

Foam roller. I like this one in blue--it's softer in pressure than the black yet it still releases knots in my back like a mofo.

These headphones with my phone slipped in my FlipBelt. No wires, no need to hold onto my phone, heaven.

CHALK. Not super cool but heart eyes emoji

u/Viking1865 · 0 pointsr/nfl

Sound quality is probably something an audiophile would sneer at, but I only wear them when running or working out. Had them for about two months, no complaints.

u/Schwaggaccino · 0 pointsr/iphone

Only person that is trolling is you.

  1. It's almost 2017. It's not 2004. Bluetooth headphones aren't shit anymore. Here's a pair for $25. 4/5 stars, 5000 reviews.

  2. They last more then enough hours for the average joe throughout the day. If you are listening to music on your phone nonstop for 12 hours, maybe it's not the phone for you, but then again, I doubt your phone even lasts that long anyways.

  3. If you want to talk about convenience, you're bullshit us when you say you listen to music with headphones while your phone is being charged. Confined to the same area and position for multiple hours in the day? Stop bullshitting.