As a small and stylish circumaural portable headphone, the Panasonic RP-HTX7 offers plenty of bang for the buck.
The frequency response of the MDR-Q68 is far from even and a good equalizer is highly recommended to get the most out of them.
With the $30 price tag that the EP3070 carried prior to being dropped, these little headphones are wonderful value for money
Retailing for around $50 online, the Equation Audio RP-15MCs are a surprisingly handsome and very well-rounded headphone.
Released back in 2002, the Audio-Technica ATH-EM7 GM may be one of the oldest models in this lineup but it is by no means outdated.
The Maxell DHP-II is yet another outstanding sub-$50 buy for anyone in search of great-sounding, extremely comfortable, and reasonably portable headphones.
The Earsquake PIXI is yet another small portable headphone that pursues fashionable aesthetics and a minimalistic form factor in lieu of comfort and isolation.
The Earpollution ThrowBax attempt to emulate the venerable Panasonic RP-HTX7 but with the price point of the Panasonics coming down into the lower $30 range over the past year, buying the Earpollution version makes little sense.
Though I am not particularly fond of the sound of the HD-AK1000, they do little wrong for an inexpensive, consumer-oriented set