We have currently reviewed 6 Samsung headphones. They're a huge brand that also makes stylish and feature-packed headphones for casual everyday use.
Overall, Samsung delivers decent sounding and sleek-looking headphones. For their price range, they have a lot of active features and support multiple codecs that make even their budget headphones versatile. However, the headphones we've reviewed so far have a slightly plasticky build quality that doesn't feel as durable as competing brands. They also don't have a lot of headphone variety, so you might not find a model that fits your specific needs and preferences.
Samsung does not have a lot of headphone models, but what they have to offer are versatile enough for most situations. The 'Level' lineup covers most of the headphone types. However, they do have a lot of in-ear models we have yet to test that are more suitable for sports.
The best Samsung headphones for mixed usage are the Level U Pro. They are surprisingly affordable for the number of features they provide. If you don't mind the around-the-neck design and you're comfortable with in-ears, then the Level U Pro are a good option for most situations. The similarly-designed Samsung U Flex has a much better build quality with the same amount of features, but only for Samsung devices which is a bit limiting. If you have a regular Android phone (that's not a Samsung device), then go for the Level U pro instead. They're lightweight, have a decent wireless range, and they support apt-X LL (low latency). They also have a customizable sound through the Level app.
The best Samsung headphones for audio reproduction are the Level Over. They have an excellent wireless range and a long-lasting battery life. They also have a customizable sound and deliver a comfortable listening experience that's good for casual and critical listeners.
Samsung is a big brand that delivers versatile, stylish, and feature-packed headphones, but do not offer as many headphone choices as some of their competitors. On the upside, the headphones they produce typically have a better-than-average sound quality, and a lot of premium features, like touch-sensitive control schemes and low-latency codecs, that are not usually available in their price range. Unfortunately, they're not built as sturdily as similar models from other brands.
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