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Headphone & Headset Reviews

Updated: May 26, 2016 22:21
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#126
alaScore 91

SteelSeries H Wireless

If you don't mind a high price for a device best-suited to a single task, the SteelSeries H Wireless Headset is one of the better wireless gaming headsets you can buy.

20 expert reviews | 647 user reviews

#127
alaScore 91

SoundMAGIC E10S

They’re energetic, fluid and packed with detail – and for now they remain our go-to in-ears on a budget. MORE: Best in-ear headphones 2015

5 expert reviews | 463 user reviews

#128
alaScore 91

Beyerdynamic T51i

Beyerdynamic's T 51 i is a smartly designed set of on-ear headphones, combining a lightweight fit with understated, good-looking materials. At $299, it's not a cheap pair, but those who shell out for it won't be disappointed. The T 51 i manages to...

7 expert reviews | 96 user reviews

#129
alaScore 91

Jabra Revo Wireless

Despite some small flaws in sound quality and a somewhat high price, superior comfort and design help the Revo Wireless distinguish itself from its Bluetooth headphone competitors.

24 expert reviews | 1791 user reviews

#130
alaScore 91

Audiofly AF56M

Audiofly nearly perfectly combined the best traits of their budget options with those of the premium model. All the AF56m really need is a better set of tips and you have one of the best audio experiences in this price range.

2 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#131
alaScore 91

Sony MDR-EX750NA

This is very close in size and features as the excellent Bose NC headphones , but the sound quality and noise canceling strength is not as good. I would only recommend it to those in love with SONY products as long as the price is right, otherwise it...

1 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

#132
alaScore 91

Sennheiser HD 630VB

An interesting experiment in variable bass portable headphones, but they don’t have the wide-ranging appeal of the Momentum series.

5 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#133
alaScore 91

Monster DNA Pro 2.0

If you're a lover of boosted bass, the last five years or so have been a great time to buy headphones. Monster made its name in the headphone realm by introducing the world to the bass-heavy Beats brand—now that marriage is over, but Monster's...

9 expert reviews | 15 user reviews

#134
alaScore 91

Beats by Dr. Dre PowerBeats2 Wireless

Some audiophiles may thumb their noses at Beats' bass-boosted, celebrity-endorsed speakers and headphones, but the brand helped bring better sound to the forefront for otherwise casual listeners. But despite my gratitude toward Beats for making people...

9 expert reviews | 8311 user reviews

#135
alaScore 91

SteelSeries Siberia v3

SteelSeries continues its new round of headsets with the new Siberia v3 headset, a new gaming headset compatible with the PC, Mac, PS4, iOS and Android.

12 expert reviews | 286 user reviews

#136
alaScore 91

Skullcandy XTfree

Performance and Conclusions On tracks with powerful sub-bass content, like our test track, The Knife's "Silent Shout," the XTfree delivers thunderous bass that, even at top listening levels, doesn't distort. At more reasonable listening levels, the...

2 expert reviews | 85 user reviews

#137
alaScore 91

Audio Technica ATH-M70x

The Audio-Technica ATH-M70x are excellent headphones and a no brainer for pros and serious enthusiasts, but the price may be too much for casual music lovers.

5 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

#138
alaScore 91

Philips Fidelio M2L

Investing this much money in headphones that only work with your current phone might seem rash, but it really depends how committed you are to Apple. If you love your iPhone, there are real advantages in keeping everything digital. Eliminating...

6 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#139
alaScore 90

Toshiba S500

The Red Dragon S500 stereo amplifier is not only a serious contender at its price point, it can hold its own against amplifiers costing considerably more. If you have loudspeakers that are somewhat difficult to drive but you don't want to hassle with...

2 expert reviews | 31 user reviews

#140
alaScore 90

Plantronics Blackwire C725

Do you work in a crowded office or another noisy environment? If so, you should seriously consider the Blackwire C725 from Plantronics. This is a very high quality headset that will help you focus on your work and not the distractions in the office.

4 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#141
alaScore 90

Asus Strix 2.0

Over the last 18 months, Asus has been expanding on its STRIX brand with new headsets. Today, we are taking a look at the STRIX 2.0, which packs in 60mm drivers, multi-platform compatibility and a unique dual microphone design. How does it stack up to...

1 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#142
alaScore 90

Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon 30X

" this is the third set of turtle beach headsets that i own.highly reccomend any of their products. "

1 expert reviews | 23 user reviews

#143
alaScore 90

Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro Plus

The sound quality and performance are nearly enough to seal the deal for the Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro Plus. But with fully customizable components and a bass response switch to boot, listeners are treated with something truly sweet here.

4 expert reviews | 83 user reviews

#144
alaScore 90

Beyerdynamic T70p

Beyerdynamic’s T70p took us on an elegant tour of deep textures, spatial dimension, and vivid detail, the likes of which are hard to find, even at its $500 price tag. On top of that, the headset is supremely comfortable, allowing us to listen for hours...

3 expert reviews | 41 user reviews

#145
alaScore 90

Turtle Beach Ear Force PX24

" Best gaming headphones I've used. "

1 expert reviews | 20 user reviews

#146
alaScore 90

Sennheiser IE 800

Somehow, there's the perception that extremely high quality audio should be inexpensive to buy, whether through speakers or earphones, while a high quality television should naturally set you back about a thousand bucks. I get it—we're a visual...

14 expert reviews | 128 user reviews

#147
alaScore 90

Plantronics Voyager Legend

The Plantronics Voyager Legend UC ($199.95 direct) Bluetooth headset is a deluxe version of the standard Voyager Legend, which is one of our favorite models. But in addition to working over Bluetooth, the UC version comes with a tiny USB-compatible...

21 expert reviews | 8074 user reviews

#148
alaScore 90

Sennheiser HD598

For the times when you want to hear the space and depth of recordings and films, but must wear headphones, the Sennheiser HD 598 creates a sonic field that seems lifelike. At $249.95, these are headphones for the home theater or hi-fi stereo fanatic...

29 expert reviews | 4453 user reviews

#149
alaScore 90

PSB M4U 2

PSB is one of the latest speaker companies - joining the likes of Focal, B&W, Velodyne, and Paradigm - to jump into the booming headphone arena. In this review, we take a close look at their M4U Over-the-Ear Headphones.

22 expert reviews | 248 user reviews

#150
alaScore 90

Turtle Beach Elite 800

The Elite 800 wireless headset for PlayStation 4 may be Turtle Beach's finest headset to date.

3 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

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