On Ear

These are headphones that sit on top of your ears rather than over them. As a result, they’re usually slightly smaller and lighter than over-ear models. They work well on the go, at the gym or hanging around. These models usually boast an open-back design with foam, soft leather, or memory foam pads for comfort.

Over Ear

Over ear headphones are crafted to have cushioned pads that sit over the entire ear, offering comfort and sound smaller headphones can’t match. Many over ear headphones offer noise isolation giving you an immersive listening experience. Most models also come with a carrying case and fold down, making them great for traveling.

In Ear

In Ear headphones sit inside the ear canal which permit distinctive noise and sound isolation. Most headphones come with additional sizes of ear tips to give you the most secure fit possible. In ear headphones are great for traveling, on the go, at the gym or anywhere you are.


Wireless headphones allow you to listen to music without being tethered to the audio source. They use radio frequencies or Bluetooth to transmit sound from their base station to your ears. Using tap-to-pair with NFC technology or the standardized pairing process, instantly connect to Bluetooth enabled devices that support SBC, aptX, AAC Codecs for high-quality streaming.

Noise Cancelling

Noise Cancelling headphones can use Active Noise Control (ANC), also known as noise cancellation, or Active Noise Reduction (ANR), which is a method for reducing unwanted sound by the addition of a second sound specifically designed to cancel the first.


High-quality headphones can translate the great sound production of your video games into a better gaming experience. Benefits of using gaming headphones include more audible game sounds, improved competitive game-play, isolated sound, and enhanced communication with teammates.