Hardware Staff Writer on 20 Jul 2019

The Best Over-Ear Headphones 2019

Forget ear pods we have the best over-ear headphones of 2019 lined up for you to select from. With different models and types to traverse through, the market for the best headphones seems endless. To save your time and efforts we went through hundreds of options, from Wired to Bluetooth, and this list covers designs to suit everyone. You are sure to enjoy your experience on states-lotteries.com even more now. 

Best of the Ear

Every list we scanned contained various options but after careful consideration, these five headphones stood out from the crowd. Read on to find out why. 

Sony WH-1000xM3

The Sony WH-1000XM3 is highly recommended to anyone who lives to experience the best music. These over-ear headphones offer amazing sound quality along with noise isolation. They are customizable Bluetooth headphones which function perfectly with or without a wire. 

Their noise cancelation ability seems impressive as they beat the Bose QuietComfort 35 II (next in our list). Great for users who do not wish to disturb others around them from the sound leaked by normal headphones. The only drawback is that they may sound too heavy to some and do not allow multi-device pairing. 

Result: We rate this premium headphone a splendid 9 out of 10.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

With one of the best noise canceling features in the market, the Bose QuietComfort 35 II stands tall at number second of this list. 

The headphones have a great bass that reproduces the sound with power and does not drown out the vocals. A possible disadvantage is that people may be able to hear what you play in quieter situations, say in libraries. For this reason, the Sony WH-1000xM3 steals the show from these brilliant headphones. Again, these are customizable so connect them with a wire or using Bluetooth to enjoy the good sound quality. 

Result: We rate this headphone an 8 out of 10.

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2

These Over-Ear Headphones sport a unique control scheme that is simple to use and provides quick feedbacks with the buttons. 

They seem a bit bulky and may not impress some people is a concern with these headphones. The noise isolation feature is not as good as the Bose or Sony variants but performs adequately for the price. 

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