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Updated: Dec 19, 2014 23:23
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#251
alaScore 89

Beyerdynamic A 200 p - A 200p Portable DAC/Headphone Amplifier

Excellent product, performs better than expected. I didn't know what a dac was until I went shopping for new headphones and everyone told me to get a dac as well. It's small easy to use and it makes my headphones sound better,

10 user reviews

#252
alaScore 89

Bluedio DF610II Bluetooth Stereo Kopfhörer Built in Mikrofon unterstützt...

Very satisfied with this product. Very easy to set up and charge. Looking to purchase another pair for my office.

10 user reviews

#253
alaScore 89

Philips SHB9100

The construction of the SHB9100s certainly leaves room for improvement, and at this price it really ought to include a carrying case or mains adaptor. But Philips gets the sound quality right, and the SHB9100 is one of the better Bluetooth headphones...

7 expert reviews | 1451 user reviews

#254
alaScore 89

Klipsch Image ONE

The affordable Klipsch Image ONE headphones successfully combine strong audio performance with comfort for long listening sessions.

25 expert reviews | 839 user reviews

#255
alaScore 89

Shure SE315

The Shure SE315 Sound Isolating Earphones offer an exceptionally durable design, but you can find better-sounding sets for about half the price.

19 expert reviews | 534 user reviews

#256
alaScore 89

AIAIAI, ApS TMA1S

The TMA-1 Studio Young Guru edition bring a flash of presence and clarity to the top end, and keeps all the goodness of the original headset’s silky bass and deep stereo image.

21 expert reviews | 255 user reviews

#258
alaScore 89

Sony RK-G128 Phono Plugs

I've had these headphones twice. The design and sound are really good, and they're great for sporting. However, the rubber they have used, particularly on the upper part of the headphones is completely rubbish. I notices this with the first pair and...

17 user reviews

#259
alaScore 89

Griffin WoodTones Over the Ear

Making wood the primary design element for headphones is a trend, so it's easy to wonder if companies are simply trying to cash in on a look rather than actually make good gear. The Griffin WoodTones Over-the-Ear Headphones, though, are a nice...

2 expert reviews

#260
alaScore 89

Bowers & Wilkins P7

Bowers & Wilkins was one of the first luxury/hi-fi audio brands to begin offering more affordable speakers and headphones. Of course, "more affordable" is a relative term—B&W's in-ear and on-ear options start at about $175, and rise steadily through...

2 expert reviews

#261
alaScore 89

audio-technica ATH-ANC23

Their sonic clarity, strength and agility put the Audio-Technica ATH-ANC23 canalphones on par with designer models that cost as much as $300 to $400.

15 expert reviews | 182 user reviews

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#262
alaScore 89

AKG Q 460

At the end of the day, you have to ask if you really want to buy it. Performance-wise it works well, but you expect something more when Quincy Jones is endorsing it. And to top it off, the price at Rs. 7,990 is ridiculous. You expect signature lines to...

18 expert reviews | 521 user reviews

#263
alaScore 89

Motorola Buds SF500 Universal Bluetooth Stereo Headset - Retail Packaging...

Get it. Don't get it. Acquire. Don't acquire. Buy it. Don't buy it. Purchase. Don't Purchase. Choose get, acquire, buy, purchase. If it comes to you broken, return it and tell them to send another. Its worth it.

83 user reviews

#264
alaScore 89

Beats Pro

The Beats Pro saving grace is the fantastic midrange and treble quality which was so good that we found ourselves forgiving them for their heavy handed bass treatment.

33 expert reviews | 1223 user reviews

#265
alaScore 89

JVC HA-S400

At around $26 online, JVC's HA-S400 Nanotubes are among the better on-ear headphones for the money.

2 expert reviews | 115 user reviews

#266
alaScore 89

Jays a-JAYS One+

For the uninitiated, Jays is a no-frills, stylish Swedish brand that makes affordable earphones—usually in all-white or all-black. The Jays a-Jays One+ is an update to one of its entry-level models—the plus sign stands for the addition of the inline...

16 expert reviews | 181 user reviews

#267
alaScore 89

Sony MDR-XB910

At £199 the Sony MDR-XB910 is a premium product with both barrels aimed squarely at Beats by Dr Dre. With its superior 50mm driver, excellent noise isolating ear pads and look-at-me silver styling if you want a thumping nightclub inside your head...

6 expert reviews | 99 user reviews

#268
alaScore 89

Arctic P253 BT

I'll probably buy another pair of these in the future, just in case. People are surprised when they ask about it and I tell them how much it was. Get one!

40 user reviews

#269
alaScore 89

Philips SHQ5200

Overall, we like the performance of the Philips ActionFit SHQ5200: they sound great and are comfortable and light enough to wear on the run. The detachable pads and water-resistance also means they are happy to get sweaty, so there's no concern when it...

3 expert reviews | 60 user reviews

#270
alaScore 89

Philips SHC8535

I find the item is difficult to get to connect to charger. I would not recommend them to anyone else.

2 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#271
alaScore 89

Sennheiser CX 890I

The Sennheiser CX890i are a nice pair of headphones, the included remote control with built-in mic does an apt job during calls. With great sound quality and very distinctive looks, the CX890i is a very impressive headset, although you should take a...

6 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

#272
alaScore 89

Pioneer SE-MJ532

Cheap and plasticky, with a fairly unbalanced sound, the Pioneer SE-MJ532 are budget headphones best left alone.

3 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#273
alaScore 89

Motorola S11-Flex HD Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Headset - Retail Packaging...

Excellent headset... apart from the quality of the audio, I like the incorporated equalizer and the incredible range.

25 user reviews

#274
alaScore 89

Far End Gear BudLoks Earphone Sport Grips for in-ear & iPod earbuds, Pink

Regret that this simple item does not work for me. After 15 minutes on trainer with perspiration beginning, they fell out. Although they feel a bit more solid than just having the ear piece in (I was using apple ear pods) they still do not feel "locked...

13 user reviews

#275
alaScore 89

Harman-Kardon NC

While they may not be quite as comfortable as Bose's ultrapopular QC 15 headphones, the Harman Kardon NCs offer slightly better sound and have a built-in rechargeable battery to power the active noise-cancellation circuitry.

8 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

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