Choose a headset? Here you will know
Among all the daily gadgets that affect the quality of life, headphones are almost or at the top of the list. We run with them, take them to bed, we wear them on trains and airplanes-some of us even eat, drink, and sleep with headphones. What is the key to choice? A good pair of headphones improves your quality of life. A bad pair? The improvement is not so much. So, follow us, in the next 5-10 minutes, we will break the chaos, help you narrow your choices and open up your horizons.
The largest of the three types, over-ear headphones surround or cover your ears and stay still by light pressure on your temples and palate. In-ear headphones are classic original style headphones, available in two versions: closed and open. Closed over-ear earphones can naturally keep your music in the music, preventing people around you from hearing what you are listening to, while open earphones have openings to allow external sounds to enter and internal sounds to come out. (The effect here is a more natural and spacious sound, more at this point.)
Headphones are generally smaller and lighter than over-ear headphones. They stay on your head by the pressure directly on your ears, just like earmuffs. There are two types of in-ear headphones, open and closed, but as a rule, headphones will let more ambient sound through.
Usually called earplugs or earphones, in-ear headphones are the smallest of the three types and are suitable for placement in the ear canal. Today, they are also everywhere, thanks in large part to Apple, every iPhone has a pair. (Some are even disposable. We recommend that you throw them away.) There are many things you love about earplugs, and there are many things you don’t like, but the bottom line is: $5 means you have a few in a drawer.