With a price tag under $6, the Kanen KM-95 delivers good value for money with surprisingly clear sound and a handsome, portable, and comfortable design.
The true value of the KM-880 lies not in their sound but in the possibility of using their unique wooden housings for some more deserving drivers.
The Panasonic RP-DJ120 provide a different sonic flavor to the EarPollution Nerve Pipes in the same housing.
For anyone in search of a comfortable budget headphone that leaks little and is wearable for several hours at a time, the CV-185 are definitely worth a closer look.
With decent build quality and comfort, futuristic styling, and passable sound quality, the Altec Lansing UHP304 makes for a solid low-budget set.
The sound is balanced, accurate, and enjoyable, making the Aiwa Shellz worthy of an honorable mention here despite their age and poor availability
I purchased the Philips SHL1600 hoping for a lightweight, compact, and comfortable portable with average sound quality to use on the go when the isolation of IEMs is undesired.
Though quite comfortable and seemingly designed to accommodate every possible hat size, the Coby CV163 is not a brilliant performer in any way
he Sentry HO238 is far from the worst headphone I’ve heard and actually competes fairly well with some of the lower-end sets from Earpollution, Panasonic, Philips, etc.