The best headphones for sitting at your computer or in your home listening to music may not be the best headphones to put in your ears while you’re jogging around town. Activity will make them fall out and noise isolation or closed ear models will make it hard to hear your surroundings, but you still want good audio quality for your money. Here are the five best workout headphone options, based on your nominations.
When you’re buying a new pair of headphones, you have a lot to consider. One of the more important (and more confusing) aspects is the decision between open and closed. Video weblog Techquickie explains the main differences in this two minute video.
It’s a tale as old as time: how do you easily tell which headphone goes in your right ear and which one goes in the left ear (without reading tiny text)? You could always mark them with some tape or nail polish, but Lifehacker reader animatorgeek has another clever solution.