The best headphones for less than $200

Which headset to buy for less than 200 dollars? If you are looking for headphones, we present you the best headphones for less than 200 that you will find in the market that suit to your needs and budget.

Master Dynamic  - Master & Dynamic MH40

Master & Dynamic MH40

Master & Dynamic MH40: a soft and warm sound

The MH40 is quite difficult to pin down. Presented above all as a hi-fi headset by the New Yorkers of Master & Dynamic, it does, however, have more arguments for audiophiles and music lovers on the go. In addition to a quality sound experience, it promises rock-solid solidity thanks to the materials chosen with the greatest care. Let's see it all ...



1More  - 1More Triple Driver

1More Triple Driver

1More Triple Driver: subdued and controlled intras

After the Quad Driver, the first 1More in-ear headphones to enter our comparison, here are the Triple Driver. In addition to the Hi-Res Audio label affixed to their sides, the two models are the first headphones in the world to be THX certified. Behind this pageantry, the Quad Drivers revealed some great surprises - but what about their youngest?



1More  - 1More Quad Driver

1More Quad Driver

1More Quad Driver: flattering and attractive wired intras

Quad Drivers are the first intras from the American manufacturer 1More to enter our labs. To distinguish themselves, they rely on their 8 transducers (4 per intra), as well as Hi-Res Audio certifications and even more THX (which these intras are the first in the world to obtain, emphasizes the manufacturer). Apart from these marketing aspects, what are Quad Drivers worth in practice?



JBL - JBL Everest 710

JBL Everest 710

JBL Everest 710: bold wireless headphones

Launched at € 249, the Everest 710 belongs to the 2017 generation of mobile helmets at JBL and wants to position itself as the benchmark model for those seeking a comfort and listening experience of first choice. Dispensed with active noise reduction (unlike the Elite 750NC), these headphones also capitalize on its ShareMe 2.0 function, which would make it easy to share listening with another wireless headset. Let's find out what's in his stomach ...



Marshall  - Marshall Major III Bluetooth

Marshall Major III Bluetooth

Marshall Major III Bluetooth headset: mixed developments

The Major is undoubtedly the most popular helmet from Marshall, and one of the few that has been able to boast of competing with Beats in terms of popularity. If, like his rival, his first models had not convinced us, Marshall (that is to say Zound Industries) has raised the bar, especially with the Major II Bluetooth. Let's discover together what the III has in store for us ...



HyperX  - HyperX Revolver

HyperX Revolver

Revolver: the new HyperX weapon to seduce players

This new gaming headset marks a turning point at HyperX: new name, new look, new materials, new microphone ... The manufacturer wants above all to seduce FPS enthusiasts by offering a model that would be studied for the practice of the genre thanks to excellent sound spatialization. Let's see if all these changes do not risk turning the Revolver against its manufacturer.



Logitech - Logitech G433

Logitech G433

Logitech G433: one more wire, less audio qualities

Logitech had impressed us with the performance of its latest wireless gaming headset, the G533, which however suffered from limited usage possibilities due to the total lack of wired connectivity. Here now comes the G433, which Logitech promises us to use the same transducers, this time assembled in a more traditional wired headset - still supplied with a mini USB sound card ensuring compatibility with the 7.1 virtual DTS Headphone: X.



Astro  - Astro A20

Astro A20

Astro A20 Wireless gaming headset: a welcome return to basics

One year after launching its A10, Astro is back with another “entry-level” model, the A20 Wireless (launch price: € 169). This is intended as the gateway to the world of gaming headsets from the Astro brand, this time in the wireless category. Hopefully the American manufacturer has seriously revised its copy from the A10, which had particularly disappointed us ...