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I know prices vary by region. I have gotten good sound from the Earfun earbuds. I have the Earfun Air, and the Earfun Air Pro 2 have very good sound as do Earfun Free Pro 2.
Compare that to my Sennheiser Game ONEs, which I will be returning to: 7/10, 7/10, 1/10, 6/10 I look forward to HIFIMAN's future wireless offerings in this price range, because I believe that my unicorn will have their logo on it. But this is not it, and I am regretfully returning mine.
From the shipping process to receiving. Received headphones 2 days in advanced. I was currently in the market for a pair of new headphones when these came on my radar and have been throughly impressed. I do work in construction and the headphones are really durable and so is the charging case
6. Sennheiser HD 600, $520. Before you say they need an amp, I got a chance to test these, plugged them into my phone and they sounded fine. At this point and above everything is basically "really expensive, so I want to know that the extra investment will give me sound and build quality superior to the HD 560S
Volume however is no problem, they can crank the dB's. Passive noise cancelation is decent when the ear pieces are fit snug although talking with one or both in my ears (when audio off) produces a reverberating echo in that ear(s). Touch control is about 80% successful for me, usually not registering one of my taps. Auto-pause/play on removal/insertion is about 50/50 although I'm working on making sure I'm "doing it right" as you have to snug it in and give it a twist although sometimes it works by just taking it out and putting it in
The HiFiMan Deva Wireless is a good fit. It's planar, and comes included with a wireless adapter that has built in amps. It's $300 here in the US, so I would expect it to be a bit over 200 Euros.