Best New Headphones of CES 2018 – Audiosonics

The Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2018 has got over and we’ve seen quite a number of cool new gadgets from some of our most loved brands. Each manufacturer appeared to bring out almost every type of headphones – something sounding better, working faster or even integrating artificial intelligence, more than Hal 9000. But it appears that Voice Assistant featured headphones were the highlights of CES 2018. Having said that, we have arranged a rundown to help you to set your sights on the top headphones out there, so here we present a list of 6 Best Headphones unveiled at CES 2018.





The JBL Everest 310GA has a unique curve headband that helps to release pressure on the ears and thus gives you a totally comfortable listening experience. This on-ear headset has in built Google Assistant, so you can find answers to all your questions at just touch of an ear cup. It features JBL’s Pro Audio Sound Technology with Bluetooth 4.1 and a battery life of 25 hours.

The JBL Everest 310GA was unveiled in two shades, gunmetal and mountain silver. We anticipate that the Everest 310GA will available to buy around Spring 2018 at a cost of Rs. 12,700 (approx.).


  1. SONY WF-SP700N


Sony, a brand we all anticipate for its unique innovations has released the WF-SP700N. Sony claims this to be the first wireless in-ear headset that highlights noise cancellation with a splash proof design. It also has built in Google Assistant and a battery life of 3 hours (an additional six hours if held in its charging case).

The Sony will release the WF-SP700N in black, silver, yellow, and pink colours in June 2018 at an estimated cost of Rs. 11,500.





Another cool Bluetooth headphone, the Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless is a tough and comfortable headset which is designed to make listening to music a joyful experience. You can make a customized sound profile by taking a hearing test on the headset’s Mimi Hearing Technologies and Beyerdynamic’s MIY phone app. The headphone incorporates a quick charging USB-C port that can also transform it into a wired headset and a 30-hour battery life.

While the German Brand hasn’t yet uncovered the colour variations of the Amiron Wireless, the one showcased at the CES was silver and black. However, the fans of the Amiron Home might be a little ticked off by Bluetooth. But we’re certain that Beyerdynamic will have a noteworthy sound even with the wireless feature. You can get your Amiron Wireless this Spring at price between Rs. 32,000 and Rs. 64,000.




Audio Technica appears to always have a surprise for CES. Following the popularity of the DSR9BT a year ago at CES, 2018 sees Audio-Technica releasing a noise cancellation headphone ATH-ANC700BT. The company claims that the headphone can remove 90% of the external noises to give clear aptX and high-defination sound. You can also utilize a variety of swipe gestures to switch on/off the noise cancellation, control music playback and answer calls. The headset has a good wireless battery life of 25 hours and 45 hours when wired with the noise cancellation ON.

The ATH-ANC700BT will be released in a vogue black shade around Spring 2018 at a cost of Rs. 17,500 (approx.)





Designed particularly with fitness in mind the Jabra Elite Active 65t is dust and sweat resistant and additionally has built in accelerometer for tracking movement. It features Alexa assistant and a system of four microphones to guarantee a complete crystal clear voice calls even while moving. The headset can customized with the Jabra Sound+ application. It has a battery life of 15 hours in the charging case and 5 hours while outside.

At the CES 2018, Jabra also presented the Elite 65t for people who need a pair of earphones for day to day music listening. The Jabra Elite Active 65t will launched in April 2018 for around Rs. 12,000.




The German manufacturer has unveiled yet another earphone that is relatively revolutionary—the HD 820. An update from the popular HD 800s, Sennheiser enchanted CES guests with the release of the HD 280. Enthusiast of closed headphones will surely appreciate the natural and straightforward sound which usually is a signature of an open-back headphone. Sennheiser has additionally added an aural transparency to the looks of the HD 820 by adding glass covers. Having an influence in the headphone’s sound tech, the glass covers additionally add to its style remainder.

The HD 820 right now is available for pre-order in the US, but Indian fans would have to hold up for a while to get their hands on this excellent pair of headphones. It will be available in black and It is relied upon at price of Rs. 153,300. (approx)

So here are the best from the CES 2018. Which ones are you anticipating the Buy? Do tell us in the comments beneath!

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