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11 World’s Most Expensive Headphones and Earphones


Headphones comes in all shapes and sizes and they also comes in a range of prices. You can buy at decent price and some headphones are very expensive that could spend your life’s savings on a pair.

These headphones come in the range of very expensive Headphones in the world. It may be made of marble chassis to diamond coated cans. These are some world’s most expensive Headphones.

Focal Utopia by Tournaire – $120,000 ( 84.76 lakh)

The $120,000 Focal Utopia By Tournaire lay claim to being world’s most expensive headphones. Made by the master jewellers, they feature 18 carrot gold mounted with six- carat diamonds and are handcrafted in Tournaire’s workshops. A proportion of the sales will go towards saving eight-year-old Louis Biscini, who suffers from the degenerative disease spinal muscular atrophy type 1, so there’s a charitable side to proceedings too.

Onkyo H900M with 20-carat diamonds – €80,000 (65 lakh)

The Onkyo H900M added 20- Carat Diamonds to its earcups. But this is not all it also embedded these diamonds onto aluminium plates surrounded by a ring of highly polished stainless steel. It also contains one with an extra ring of Red rubies.

Sennheiser Orpheus/HE 1 – $55,000 (35 lakh)

Formerly called Orpheus. The Sennheiser HE 1 comes with their own amplification tubes.

The chassis is made of Carrara marble, which is the same type Michaelangelo used for his sculptures. So it’s not really hyperbole to say that they’re a work of art. But not only does the marble look amazing (and we love the effect of the eight valves and control dials emerging from the slab of stone), it’s also great for damping.

V- Moda Crossfade M-100 – $40,000 (28 lakh)

This headphones comes with very decorative shields you can add on the earpiece. They are 3D printed and comes in different range based on different materials used including sterling silver, solid gold and platinum. Less expensive materials such as bronze and stainless steel are also available.

oBravo EAMT-1s – $3800 ( 2.68 lakh )

These in-ears from oBravo looks stylish and comes with Hybrid Dynamic AMT driver. It’s capable of reaching lows of 15Hz and heighs og of 45kHz. They looks great because of their Precision Ceramic hand crafted body making it world’s most expensive in-ears.

Audeze LCD-4 — £3599 ( 3.24 lakh)

The Audeze LCD-4 – High Performance Magnetic Headphones With Professional Travel Case are designed for reference and personal Hi-Fi listening when connected to an external headphone amplifier or integrated amplifier. The headphones deliver a frequency response of 5 to 50,000 Hz with a THD of less than 1%, an impedance of 100 ohms, an efficiency of 100 dB per 1 mW, and a total output SPL of over 130 dB when driven by 15 watts. A new suspension-type carbon fiber and leather headband ensure a comfortable fit.

The headphones come with a professional travel case as well as a premium 1/4″ to dual 4-pin mini-XLR headphone cable. They are handcrafted in the USA.

Final Audio Design Sonorous X – £3499 (2.46 lakh)

The 50 mm diameter driver unit with titanium diaphragm is integrated with the front plate and has been machined from pure aluminum. The principal parts are composed of machined aluminum and stainless steel. It was necessary to create the housing from a rigid metal so as to achieve the sense of realism. This is a resolute prestige model, the zenith of the SONOROUS series.

Stax SR-009 – £3495 (3.25 lakh)

While other headphones might add diamonds and gold to bump up the price, these cans don’t need any bling – they aim to justify the high asking price on performance alone. Well-known for its high-end headphones, Stax pins the high price here on a thinner diaphragm, newly-developed electrodes and a silver-coated, high-purity copper wire in the cable. The proof can only be in the sound quality.

HiFiMan HE1000 V2 – £2599 (2.78 lakh)

Planar Magnetic Headphones looks very attractive and these Headphones support 0.001mm driver. There is an advanced assymetrical magnetic circuit polyester ear cups. They are comfortable enough to wear for hours. It must be comfortable because you have spent lakhs of rupees.

The headband has been modified slightly, to permit a wider range of adjustment — the HE1000 V2s will fit smaller heads than the HE1000s could. The cable design is also different; of course, HiFiMan says the new cables sound better than the old ones. Owners of original HE1000s can have them upgraded to V2 status for $650.

Shure KSE1500 – £2549 (2.29 lakh)

These Shure Earphone are some of the finest earphones. These in-ears use electrostatic drivers which means more details and accurate sound quality. They looks very alligant and attractive with their design.

Grado PS1000e – £1595 (1.44 Lakh)

The finest headphone Grado has ever produced” is the claim. And that’s some claim, considering the impressive reviews and Awards that Grado has collected over the years. Part of the Grado Professional Series, which has recently been updated (along with a host of other models) as part of the e Series, the company takes attention to detail to the next level. Every single component was selected with care, right down to the glue.


  1. Whoa! This blog looks just like my old one! It’s on a completely different topic but it has pretty much the same page layout and
    design. Wonderful choice of colors!

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