Top 5 earphones priced under Rs 2,000

On: September 12, 2018

Buying earphones these days is a pretty tedious task since there are so many different options to choose from. A number of companies, old and new, have diversified their offerings in order to appeal to all kinds of consumers. Among them are those who want good sound and features at a price below Rs 2,000. Today, we’ve created a list of earphones you can purchase below this threshold. All of these options are compatible with Android and iOS devices that come with headphone jacks. Let us take a look at these offerings.

Sennheiser CX 275s

This product of German engineering is a great pair of in-ear headphones in terms of both comfort and sound quality. Moreover, it also comes with its own in-line microphone and remote for easy management of calls and music. The Sennheiser CX 275s earphones prides itself on balanced sound output. To ensure universal compatibility, Sennheiser bundles this product with an adapter meant to prevent issues with smartphones with a different TRRS arrangement.

Focal Sense 100SI

These affordable earphones are among the most attractive ones in this segment, mainly because of its metal components and matte finish. It comes with a flat cable which is less prone to getting tangled. The 100SI delivers deep bass along with a great overall sound profile. Its in-line microphone is omnidirectional which ensures that you don’t have to bring it closer to your face each time you’re on a phone call.

SoundMagic E10C

Available in black, gold, red and blue colour options, these buds are known for their formidable bass response, which is accompanied by clear vocals and great trebles. A tangle-free cable is one of its highlights as well, and so is its tough metal construction. The SoundMagic E10C’s remote control also houses a volume control key. One more thing to add about these earphones is that they are incredibly lightweight.

Sony MDR-XB55

With its extra-powerful 12mm neodymium drivers, this pair of earphones provides thumping bass, which makes it well suited for fans of EDM. It is accompanied by a serrated tangle-free cord as well. Unfortunately, Sony chosen to exclude a mic and in-line controls from this product for some reason. But if you’re a music buff who doesn’t mind this omission, you will really get your money’s worth with these earphones.


RHA is a relatively new brand in the market, but it has grabbed a good reputation in a short time. Some even refer to this Scottish company as the Aston Martin of headphones. The MA390 has been constructed from aerospace-grade aluminium and boasts of noise-isolation technology. An in-line remote is also present for attending to calls and playing/pausing music.

We hope this list will help you to grab new pair of earphones. Let us know your favourite in the comments.