Mobile brands are removing the 3.5mm audio jack from smartphones and people are moving to TWS earbuds but still, there will be some users who don’t want to use TWS earbuds or have a 3.5mm audio jack in their smartphones.
So today, let me share with you some of the best-wired earphones which you can buy for under Rs 1000 in India or anywhere in the world.
The is by far the best-wired earphone you can consider buying, I have used JBL C100SI for about 1.5 years. Now, I don’t have a wired earphone because my phone doesn’t have a 3.5mm audio jack and also don’t like to carry a 3.5mm to a Type-C dongle.
The JBL C100SI gives you a balance of both, there is bass and it also gives clear sound too, so it’s not lite it’s bass-heavy earphones, it’s a combination of both which is the reason why had used this wired phone for a long time.
It also has a built-in microphone which works fine, no issue there.
Overall for the price of Rs 599, you will be more then happy with the audio quality as well as the wire quality too.
Realme Earbuds 2
Talking about this RealMe Earbuds 2, this will give you better sound quality, and battery bass quality and it can go the very load too. The earphones give you a little bit of extra bass which is not a big problem for me, I love bass but if you want clear sound quality then you should consider the JBL C100SI.
The earphones also have braided cable, so even if you’re rough users, the wire will last for a long time.
Overall for the price of Rs 599, this is the best-wired earphone for bass lovers.
RealMe Buds Neo
RealMe Buds 2 Neo is a downgraded version of RealMe Buds 2 but surprisedly, it doesn’t lose out on many features. The RealMe Buds 2 Neo comes with 11.2mm audio drivers which provided a clean sound quality.
If love to listen to bass boosted music then you will like RealMe Buds 2 Neo. Also, the bass is not overly boosted, so you won’t lose out on audio quality.
The wire quality is also good, RealMe has provided braided cable which will last longer. The earphone also has a built-in microphone, so you can take calls but it doesn’t have the volume up and down buttons if you want those two buttons then you have to pay extra Rs 100 to buy RealMe Buds 2.
Sennheiser CX 180
I have also used these wired earphones for a long time and it also has heavy bass but the earphones don’t have a built-in microphone which is a huge letdown because it has the sound quality.
Also, the wire quality is also not that great, so if you plan to buy the Sennheiser CX 180 then be very careful with the earphones.
Overall, if you can keep this earphone safe and you don’t take many calls then do consider the Sennheiser CX 180 otherwise, you choose any other wired earphone which I have mentioned here.
I have used this earphone for while but recently I bought the
OnePlus 7T Motorola Edge 20 5G and you all know, the OnePlus 7T Motorola Edge 20 5G doesn’t have an audio jack, in short right now I’m not using any wired earphones.
If you look at the overall quality then this is worth buying but do note, that this earphone has the worst wire quality. So if you plan to buy JBL 110 then you have to be very careful. From my side,
JBL 110 is known for its bass, so if you’re an organized user then this is a good option to consider.
Verdict: Best Wired Earphone Under Rs 1000
I don’t use any wired earphones and I don’t plan to use any in the future but if I had to then still, I would go with JBL C100SI, it gives a balance of both.
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