Does The Ipad Not Have Headphones?
If you ever decide to buy an iPad, the moment you will unpack it you will realize that no headphones are made available. Not even the cheapest Apple headphones come along with your iPad, so it’s true: the iPad does not have headphones. What it offers is in-built support for any headphones that you decide to purchase on your own. Fortunately the market makes available options accessible for any budget, so if you do decide to purchase an iPad, a set of headphones will be an easier and less expensive purchase to make.
You can for instance consider the Klipsch Image S4i In-Ear headphones with Mic that offer quality in exchange for a price that varies between $74.99 and $99.99. What impresses about this choice is the sound quality delivered and the comfort it provides during long hours of use. In terms of design these headphones are identical to the Image S4 model but offer extra a mic, volume controls and remote playback. However, for the iPad I find the Image S4 more than desirable if you wish to save $20.
The Apple In-Ear headphones are another possibility available. If you don’t hold grudge against Apple for not making available headphones in the iPad’s packaging, you should consider buying this $80 accessory because it delivers a stylish design, comfortable ear tips and great sound quality. You also get a one-year warrant that’s meant to protect your investment and an extra set of mesh caps. The downside is that the white design is like a magnet for damages that will show over time.
If you are interested in a less expensive option, you should consider the HD 202 headphones that are dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones equipped with the capacity of keeping away background noises. The lightweight material used for their manufacture makes these headphones comfortable to use while their sturdiness makes them usable in rugged outdoor conditions. You will also find desirable the flexible headband and the replaceable leatherette ear pads. The price you will have to pay is only $40, so it’s not bad at all.
If you are interested in Bluetooth iPad headphones, you should consider the Motorola MOTOROKR S9 headphones that comes with a behind the head design and dedicated controls. What I also like about this choice is its resistance to sweat and water that makes is usable even while exercising. It’s an entry-level option that works great with any iPad.
The market also makes available expensive options like the Sennheiser IE 8 Earphones with an Amazon price tag of $349.95. It’s true that the quality delivered is worth the money, but I think that some headphones under $100 are just as perfect to use.
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