I would recommend the Roccat Syva earbuds. They have flat cable, good sound & bass, reliable (have them for over 2 years). Also as a side node, they look very cool.
There are some things needed to specify about them:
They have a microphone on the cable (which is pretty good, won't tangle, won't break)
They have a TRRS 3.5 mm jack (that means common ...
Although I have chosen to take a look at Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear phones, I couldn't really buy it for a affordable price from my country.
So I've found the Philips SHE7050BK and it covers the requirements:
Good sound quality - Frequency response of 8Hz - 23kHz
Reliability - To be tested
Strong cable - Flat anti-tangle cables
Comfortability - Different ...
I recommend: the Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear phones.
Excellent sound quality
With a frequency response of 15-22k Hz, you'll get the full range of sound. The mids are a little less powerful than in some other headphones, but not by any majorly noticeable amount.
A flat cable, being flat, is less likely to get twisted ...
You should look at Sony's MDRV6. Its very clear, very comfortable, long lasting, and has great sound reproduction. I have used it for years and is very easy on the ears and even people sitting next to you cannot hear the music so I have used it on Airplanes and subways surrounded by others.
It is widely used in sound recording studios and is currently ...
The xiaomi piston 2.0/2.1 (there's a 3.0 model out at the moment) out but I've never used it before.
The cliff's notes version
Price: 20-30 usd depending. Got mine for 20 singapore dollars.
Good sound quality - Good enough. I've tried it on my good gear on a lark and it sounds fine. My phone/whatever google play transcodes it to seems to be the limitation
This made for a bit of interesting research. It's challenging to phrase the search terms appropriately, but this may be of assistance.
Noise cancelling headphones are "obviously" not your objective, but you may find a product that is designated as such that will work.
The key term I found was "closed back headphones" which is distinct from open back ...
When it comes to quiet earplugs then Sony’s noise-cancelling model Sony WF-1000X is a great choise at around £90 on sale in Sweden right now.
A budget alternative would be the Optoma NuForce BE2 which you can find for about £35 in online stores.
You could also consider custom-molded in-ears. As they’re precisely fitted for your ears alone, not only they block out noise more effectively, they can also be extremely comfortable.
If you’re okay with deep insertion in-ears, you could check out the Etymotic ER4 as well. Or, consider foam eartips for your earphones.
I chose the combination of LD MEI 1000 and Shure SE215CL.
The Shure device had no relevant features which would justify the price and the better headphones were a really good investment.
Tested and evaluated as good.