Best USB-C Headphones for iPad Pro iMore 2021
Here are the best iPad Pro USB-C headphones you can buy for your tablet. Remember, the latest iPad Pros don't have a headphone jack or a Lightning port. Therefore, if you want to use wired headphones with your tablet, you're going to need a pair of USB-C headphones. There are several sets of headphones worth looking into, including our favorite, which is also one of the best accessories for iPad Pro overall.
- Noise-cancelling earbuds: Pioneer Rayz Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earphones
- Low-cost choice: CKLYYL USB Type C Earphones
- Aother great value: Essential Earphones HD
- Go Bold: RAZER Hammerhead USB-C
- Yes, Google: Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds
- Something different: Moshi Mythro C
With adaptive noise canceling, the Rayz adjusts the sound based on the environment around you. The Lightning-powered device comes with a USB-C adapter, so you can also use it with your iPhone.
If you're looking for a pair of USB-C earbuds and don't want to spend a ton of cash, these earbuds from CKLYYL are right for you. In addition to their super low price, they also feature an in-line microphone and media controls, along with a few ear tip sizes in the box.
Although this pair of headphones was explicitly made for the Essential phone (an Android device), these unassuming headphones from Essential are pure function over form. Built for excellent sound and with a tangle-free silicone coated cable, you'll love the tone and the price.
The big booming sound and bright neon green make these headphones scream RAZER. They also come with plenty of tips to fit any ear and are surprisingly cheap; both are things we love.
After a year with no "budget" offering of its own, Google's Pixel USB-C Earbuds are finally here. They have an adjustable loop for the best fit, a button to activate Google Assistant, and sound great. Best of all, they're priced just right!
Featuring a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC), these earphones offer high-resolution sound and 4-button controls. They ship with three sizes of hybrid injection ear-tips, making them great for noise isolation and comfort. They support Google Assistant.
Our top picks
We recommend the Pioneer Rayz Pro Active Noise Cancelling Earphones as the best iPad Pro USB-C headphones on the market. They use adaptive noise cancellation functionality to adjust your sound according to the environment around you. You should also take a look at the Moshi Mythro C and RAZER Hammerhead USB-C, which we've also tested. The Moshi model includes a built-in digital-to-analog converter (DAC), while the RAZER offers brilliant sound for much less than you'd expect to pay.
Whatever you do, find a pair that works for you and enjoy the great sounds from your iPad Pro.
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