Noise isolating earbuds function on a unique principle. They simply block and alter any sound coming out of the speaker which is adjacent to your ear. This idea is a good theory but becomes somehow tricky when putting in in practice. Here are the top 3 top noise isolating earbuds with deep bass for 2018
The Beats Tour
These earbuds come with “The World’s First Tangle-Free Cable”. While this may not seem as an important issue at first, as you use earbuds you realize the annoyance of tangled cords. This Tour earbuds contains an attachment of a flat cable, thus successfully eliminating the issue of breaking. It has the standard 20hz to 20,000 khz frequency response. 20hz seems a bit high for an earbud that claims to be a “good reproduction of hip hop”. Generally the lower value the better the bass. From experience 14hz is the optimal value.
However, the Beats Tour earbuds have an impressive driver design. As quoted from the Tour’s feature list: “Large, high-efficiency drivers let you crank it up and enjoy loud play without sound-wrecking distortion.” Driver size is one of the most important aspects to look for when buying earbuds (especially if you need a good bass response). Due to their small size, earbuds often have mediocre drivers.
The UM1 has the standard frequency response of 40 Hz – 16 kHz. You’ll hear the meanest bass and the clearest mids and highs. Impendence is also standard -25 ohms. Unlike the other high end Westone products, the UM1 has one balanced full range armature. This means that one driver produces all the sound. Nevertheless they still sound great.
The UM1 comes with a 50 inch cord. You have to loop the UM1s behind your head and around your ear. While this may be uncomfortable at first, you will get used to it. Like the UM2s UM1 has a braided cord. This is a double edged sword. The braided cord is light and flexible, yet lacks aesthetic value. Style wise the UM1 is very simple, as it is completely clear, except for the colored earbuds and the cord.
Remember how the drivers are the most important aspect when selecting an earbud? One of the features of the UM2 is ” Dual-Drivers.” Dual drivers allow the best low-frequency response (amazing bass) and rich mids and highs. You have one driver working only for bass and the other driver working for mids and highs. This is a better alternative to the UM2’s brother – the Westone UM1 as the UM2 provides two drivers while the UM1 only provides one.
The ability to fit dual drivers in such a small space should be the selling point for most people. The UM2 comes with 27 ohms of impedance – slightly better than the average 25 ohms. This is probably because the earbuds have two drivers, and as a result, more impedance is needed to cancel the electrical vibrations, which will cause a clearer sound.
They are best without getting custom fitted earbuds. The noise isolation on the UM2 earbuds is perfect. You will be completely focused on the music and won’t be able to hear
anything from the outside. You’ll be able to hear the artist’s every breath. Even if you are not an audiophile, you will not regret investing in this set of earbuds. Might as well invest in a pair that will sound great and protect your hearing. Due to a limited length of the article we are covering only 3 option here. For extended list check out HeadPhonatics who do a great job with top list compilations.