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Headphone & Headset Reviews

Updated: Aug 21, 2017 22:45
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#151
alaScore 91

Lindy BNX-60

A good set of wireless noise cancelling headphones for a buyer on a budget. Not quite cheap enough to be cheap & cheerful, but definitely cheery enough.

3 expert reviews

#152
alaScore 91

JBL Everest 300

These JBLs are a decent budget wireless option, but lack the all-round skill to truly impress

9 expert reviews | 181 user reviews

#153
alaScore 91

Sony MDR-XB50BS

It's got some small downsides, but the reasonably priced Sony MDR-XB50BS is a step up in sound from a lot of inexpensive wireless sports headphones.

4 expert reviews | 56 user reviews

#154
alaScore 91

Samsung Level On Wireless Pro (EO-PN920)

Another good but not great headphone from Samsung, the wireless Samsung Level On Pro has enough merits to make it worth considering, particularly if you're someone who owns one of Samsung's latest smartphones phones.

6 expert reviews

#155
alaScore 91

RHA CL1 Ceramic

In some regards the RHA is a peculiar beast. It needs plenty of power and a diet of high quality material and with the best will in the world, it isn't completely comfortable. It is however an absolutely stunning performer. You get the sense that RHA...

2 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#156
alaScore 90

Beyerdynamic Custom Studio

Let me put it straight. before buying these I have never heard any decent headphones. What I wanted was neutral sound (because you never know how much they will color your music) and some changeable parts (because you never know how long they will...

2 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#157
alaScore 90

Audio Technica ATH-M50x

The new ATH-M50x has the same sound as the previous version, but with a few added features.

17 expert reviews | 5520 user reviews

#158
alaScore 90

Audio Technica ATH-W1000Z

If you want premium closed-back headphones, few can match this Audio-Technica’s combination of insightful sound and lovely build

4 expert reviews

#159
alaScore 90

Jays a-JAYS Four+

Do check which OS you’d want to go for, Android or iOS before buying one.

3 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#160
alaScore 90

Philips Fidelio X2

I had an idea of what to expect with the Fidelio X2 having previously owned the X1, both headphones output a smooth and fun sound. The X1 is slightly less refined though it makes up for that with slightly meatier bass. The sound output by both of them...

9 expert reviews | 249 user reviews

#161
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.

6 expert reviews | 109 user reviews

#162
alaScore 90

House of Marley Rebel BT

Performance and Conclusions On tracks with powerful sub-bass, like The Knife's "Silent Shout," the Rebel BT delivers some thunderous low-end that will appeal to bass lovers. At top, unwise listening levels, the Rebel BT doesn't distort on this track,...

4 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#163
alaScore 90

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Series 2

From audio quality to aesthetics, Bowers and Wilkins' revised P5 improves upon its predecessor in every way.

23 expert reviews | 119 user reviews

#164
alaScore 90

Audio Technica ATH-E40

Interestingly, the professional in-ear “E” series of Audio Technica starts with the E40, E50 and goes to the E70 with prices jumping double each time with the E70 costing well above Rs 20,000 mark. The E40 is an excellent buy to consider for serious...

1 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#165
alaScore 90

NuForce BE6

It’s difficult to find fault with theBE6i at this price range. That NuForce was able to find anything to improveupon in the BE6 is surprising. But, after spending significant time with theBE6i, I can fully recommend it to any who is interested in a...

9 expert reviews | 60 user reviews

#166
alaScore 90

Bose Soundlink On-Ear

Performance and Conclusions On tracks with powerful sub-bass, like The Knife's "Silent Shout," the SoundLink On-Ear delivers intense deep bass response. At top, unwise listening levels, the bass does not distort, and at moderate-to-high volume levels,...

18 expert reviews | 1770 user reviews

#167
alaScore 90

AKG Y50

If you like the idea of big bass balanced out with crisp highs, but perhaps the design of the Y50 isn't for you, the Skullcandy Crusher allows you to adjust bass levels to your preferences, and the Griffin WoodTones Over-the-Ear Headphones offer a...

16 expert reviews | 993 user reviews

#168
alaScore 90

V-Moda Zn

Conclusions For $180, the V-Moda Zn gets a lot of things right, from its excellent fit and solid design to strong drivers that deliver rich bass depth, but there are plenty of options to consider in this price range. If you're looking for a slightly...

5 expert reviews | 158 user reviews

#169
alaScore 90

Plantronics RIG 500E

Conclusions The RIG 500's big draw is its flexibility, and the $150 RIG 500E is the most flexible model in the series. It gives you just short of two gaming headsets (you'll have to get a second headband if you want both at once), each of which sounds...

7 expert reviews | 53 user reviews

#170
alaScore 90

PDP Afterglow AG9

The PDP Afterglow AG 9+ Prismatic is a capable and uncommonly affordable wireless gaming headset. It lacks simulated surround, and its audio balance leans a bit too much on the bass, but it still produces a powerful sound. You'd be hard-pressed to find...

2 expert reviews | 210 user reviews

#171
alaScore 90

Creative Sound BlasterX H5

A lightweight stereo gaming headset you'll wear for hours

7 expert reviews | 70 user reviews

#172
alaScore 90

JBL Under Armour

These sweat proof wireless earbuds produce some of the best sound and they stay put, which is half the battle when working out.

4 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#173
alaScore 90

Sennheiser RS 175 / HDR 175

Sennheiser's new RF-based wireless headphone system is easy to set up and delivers strong performance for both movie watching and music listening.

10 expert reviews | 797 user reviews

#174
alaScore 90

Samsung Level Over

If you need the best over-ear noise cancellation on the market, look to the Bose QuietComfort 25, and its cousin, the QuietComfort 20, which is the best overall noise-cancellation set, but it's an in-ear model. If it's an excellent wireless headphone...

24 expert reviews | 171 user reviews

#175
alaScore 90

Sony MDR-Z7

While expensive, the well-built and supercomfortable Sony MDR-Z7 can go toe to toe with competing high-end audiophile headphones.

15 expert reviews | 101 user reviews

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