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Best Earphones 2019: Wired, Wireless, Budget, Audiophile

"Here you can see the best earphones, in ear headphones, earbuds, Bluetooth and even audiophile IEMs to buy right now."

Our pick of the Best In Ear Headphones for all budgets and uses:

We know how important it is to find the right earbuds; whether they are for your smartphone, music player, laptop or hi-fi system.

Whether you call them in ears, IEM, in-ear headphones, earphones, earbuds, or anything else, this is the post for you. We've gathered our picks for the best earbuds that you can buy!


1. SoundMAGIC E11C - £49.99

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We have awaited the SoundMAGIC E11C with some anticipation; with various models already available, what can the E11C bring to the table? We have found the E11C to be a grown-up earphone with a keen knack for giving a clear and accurate presentation across the board.  A truly impressive earphone for the price and in our opinion the new budget king.

READ MORE: SoundMAGIC E11C In-Ear Headphone Review



2. SoundMAGIC E11D - £59.99


SoundMAGIC's latest installment into the E11 family, the E11D is a godsend for those who need an earphone solution for a USB-C connective device. What's the same? The E11D is housed in the same high grade precision machined aluminium and features the iconic 3-button in-line remote on the cable. What's different? Besides the USB-C connector replacing the standard headphone jack, the E11D has had a sleek black makeover from its cousins and features an opaque black cable. 

BUY HERE: SoundMAGIC E11D In-Ear Headphones


3. Optoma NuForce BE Sport4 - £89.95

nuforce-be-sport4 Optoma Nuforce BE Sport4

Optoma has enjoyed tremendous success recently with its BE Sport3 model; it's an earphone which has a remarkably solid build quality and reliability, but Optoma has gone one better with additional sweat and water resistance rated at IPX5 - this means that aside from general moisture resistance, we can have a musical duel with water pistols and suffer no lasting consequences.

READ MORE: Optoma NuForce BE Sport4 Bluetooth Earphone Review



4. Flare Audio Flares PRO 2 - £299

Flare Audio Flares PRO 2 Flare Audio Flares PRO 2

The Flare Audio Flares PRO 2 are versatile and a decided improvement over the Flares PRO. The adjustments Flare have made in crafting the Flares PRO 2 result in an upgrade in detail and clarity, along with the physical benefit of the titanium shell's shaping to reduce resonance. WIth the ability to go from wired to wireless use with ease, the Flares PRO 2 is a sophisticated and dynamic earphone that can go toe to toe with the best of them. 

BUY HERE: Flare Audio Flares PRO 2 In-Ear Headphones


5. Final E5000 - £219

Final E5000 Final E5000

The kings of Final's E-series, the E5000 is engineered for excellence in every sense of the word. Balanced, clear expression of frequency is complemented by broad soundstage and reassuring deep lows. Its one-of-a-kind swivel design allows for perfect positioning to the ear canal, granting a better seal and a clearer sound. 

READ MORE: Final E5000 In-Ear Headphone Review


6. Periodic Audio Be - £299

Periodic Audio Be Periodic Audio Be

Periodic have managed to make a fun and dynamic sounding IEM, without throwing off the tonal balance and overall sound signature. There are no real peaks or dips, yet the lows have incredible power and control, the midrange is clean and the highs have energy and extension. They are well balanced overall, and come highly recommended to those that are bored of the drier presentation most neutral IEM’s have.

READ MORE: Periodic Audio Be In-Ear Headphone Review



7. Campfire Audio Andromeda - £1049

campfire-audio-andromeda Campfire Audio Andromeda

The Andromeda sports a five BA design, with two for the lows, one for the mids and two for the highs which benefit from the TAEC treatment. The result is an earphone that has become very well known in the industry recently, with lows feeling fleshy and palpable, mids smooth and natural, and treble strikes a good balance between being revealing and laid back.

READ MORE: Campfire Audio Range Review


8. Campfire Audio Solaris - £1449

Campfire Audio Solaris Campfire Audio Solaris

Featuring hybrid balanced and dynamic drivers, the Solaris are a new high for Campfire Audio. Drawing from the best aspects of their other in-ear monitors, Campfire have distilled their winning elements to form the Solaris. The finesse of a balanced armature with the power of a dynamic driver. Pair that with Campfire's legendary peak craftsmanship, a detachable Super Litz cable, and a sound profile that defies belief, and you get the Solaris. 

BUY HERE: Campfire Audio Solaris In-Ear Headphones

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