Top 5 Best headphones In India.

1. Oppo PM-3

Closed back planar magnetic headphones from the gods

Oppo, otherwise known for its smartphones, makes some great audio products as well. The Oppo PM-3 is right up there with some of the best pairs of headphones.
The primary highlight of the Oppo PM-3 is the use of planar magnetic drivers that produces accurate sound frequencies while minimising distortion. In layman's terms, they produce quality sound that dazzles with its definition and vast spaciousness.
You can easily use the PM-3s plugged in at home as well as wirelessly while you’re on the go. All things considered, the Oppo PM-3 is head and shoulders above rival products from better known brands. We can't put it any higher on the list so, simply put, don’t hesitate if you want a great pair of headphones

2. Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless

Don’t mind splurging the top dollar to get the best wireless audio experience that money can buy? The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are just what you are looking for.
Sound is spacious, detailed, and makes you want to rediscover your music library. They may not exactly be portable, and the noise isolation may not be up to snuff if you’re an outdoors person, but they are the best sounding pair of wireless headphones out there.
Just make sure you can stomach the steep price.

3. Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Premium headphones that include industry-leading noise-cancellation

What do you get when you take the QC35 and add a dedicated button to activate Google Assistant? You get the QC35 II, of course. You get the standard Bose fare with the QC35 II – good sound quality, comfort and not to forget, the class-leading noise cancellation technology. To round it all up, the battery life is great, too.

4. Sony WH-1000MX3

Wireless noise-cancelling headphones that sound better than Bose

Sony’s 1000X series of headphones have been our favourite for years now. Thanks to a combination of aptX and LDAC wireless codecs, in conjunction with Sony’s noise cancellation techniques, we’ve come to love Sony’s 1000X range of headphones. 
Whether you travel a lot or want to shut the outside world off, the 1000X series offers just what you need. The M2 could suffice your needs, but the M3 throws in improved noise cancellation algorithms and a touch of style to make the upgrade worth it.

5. Jabra Elite 85h

Giving Sony and Bose a run for their money

Want something that offers great battery life, style and a lot of customization options? The Jabra Elite 85h has answers for all your needs. That said, purists will bemoan the lack of high-end codec support and there are punchier headphones on the market at this price point.
However, when you consider that Jabra’s Elite 85h headphones are Bose’s first attempt at premium wireless ANC headphones, the result is quite commendable. We can’t wait to see what the company’s next premium ANC headphones will accomplish.  
If you want an alternative to Sony's WH-1000XM3, this is it.