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Updated: Nov 26, 2014 21:15
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#51
alaScore 93

Logitech UE 9000

The Logitech UE 9000, which can be used as a wired or a wireless Bluetooth headphone pair, is a high-quality, but very expensive, option.

17 expert reviews | 121 user reviews

#52
alaScore 93

Beats Studio 2.0

They may not be a bargain at $300, but the new Beats Studio headphones are lighter and better-built, and sound significantly better than the original Beats Studio model.

8 expert reviews | 164 user reviews

#53
alaScore 93

Harman Kardon BT

Harman Kardon's latest headphones have a distinct look that, paired with metallic and leather accents, practically screams luxury. The good news is that the $249.95 (direct) price tag for the Bluetooth-streaming Harman Kardon BT is not nearly as...

30 expert reviews | 215 user reviews

#54
alaScore 93

AKG K167 Tiesto

This is only AKGs first collaborative effort with DJ Tiesto, and the partnership seems to be off to an excellent start. For £200 quid, the sound is right up there with more expensive headphones like the Philips Fidelio L1 and the Beats by Dre Studio...

4 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#55
alaScore 93

Beats Studio

Audiophiles and lovers of booming bass alike often ask me what I think about Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, assuming I'll somehow slam the company. But I'm actually a fan of what Beats has accomplished—in 2008, virtually no one was paying money for...

46 expert reviews | 5157 user reviews

#56
alaScore 93

Denon AH-D7100

The Denon AH-D7100 flagship $1200 headphones may be pricey, but they are a worthy successor to the company's past flagship products. The new stylings are similar to Beats, but the sound is superior.

11 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#57
alaScore 93

Sony MDR-ZX310

Beats Solo rivals for under £20 that aren't rubbish

3 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

#58
alaScore 93

Jays A-JAYS FIVE

The Jays a-Jays Five are the sort of headphone that bring the party to whatever music you might be listening to. Anyone looking for an in-ear with big, yet tasteful, bass at under $100 would do well to put them on their shortlist.

6 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

#59
alaScore 93

Razer Adaro

In a nutshell, the Adaro In-Ears are a pretty decent pair of earphones for bass-heads and gamers on the move, but are certainly not an option if you are an audiophile. Razer’s first effort is good, but falls short as we wished they had a leaner sound...

4 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#60
alaScore 93

Samsung Level In

The Samsung Level In is a solid, if not overwhelmingly compelling, in-canal earphone pair.

3 expert reviews

#61
alaScore 92

Philips Fidelio L2

First and foremost, these are great headphones at any price. At this price, they're stupendous. Great soundstage and depth, a wonderful sense of space, and good tonal balance. They're also very well made, and quite stylish. Small gripe that the earpads...

2 expert reviews | 130 user reviews

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#62
alaScore 92

Beyerdynamic Premium T 90

Sure, the Beyerdynamic T90 is pricey, but no other less-expensive headphone can match the T90's combination of comfort, sound, and build quality.

8 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#63
alaScore 92

Grado PS-500

A classy transducer that’s well balanced in every sense

11 expert reviews | 32 user reviews

#64
alaScore 92

AKG K 451

You can spend a lot of money on headphones but the AKG K451s prove you can still get fantastic sound for minimal cash

8 expert reviews | 905 user reviews

#65
alaScore 92

AKG K323XS

The AKG K323 XS in-ear headphones (MSRP $59.95) are as portable and sleek as they come. Pop them in and treat yourself: The XS produces huge sound marked with prominent bass, supportive mids, and very healthy highs.

3 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#66
alaScore 92

Sennheiser HD 700

When it comes to weight, the HD700 headphones might sound heavy in the spec sheet as they weigh close to 1.6 kg. However, wear them and you’ll realise that they really aren’t that heavy at all. The insides of the cans are extremely spacious so there’s...

21 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#67
alaScore 92

Bose QuietComfort 15 / QC15

Bose's Quiet Comfort 15's are a great pair of 'phones if you can stomach the noise-cancelling sound waves--and the steep price.

58 expert reviews | 3823 user reviews

#68
alaScore 92

Noontec MF3120 Zoro HD

While their build quality is nothing special, the Noontec Zoro HD headphones improve on the original Zoros, offering audiophile-grade sound in a $100 pair of headphones.

4 expert reviews | 60 user reviews

#69
alaScore 92

Sony MDR-10RC

We'd love to give the MDR-10RC headphones five stars. They sound great and although their support for high-frequency sound is unlikely to revolutionise the listening experience of the average human, the quality of the drivers is immediately apparent....

4 expert reviews | 50 user reviews

#70
alaScore 92

SoundMagic ES20

Lovely all-rounders in sound, design and price: you cannot go wrong here

2 expert reviews | 60 user reviews

#71
alaScore 92

Sol Republic Tracks HD

These headphones are just what i needed. The perfect amount of bass and comfort. And, they have a built in microphone and controls for my iPhone. Great price for the product!

1 expert reviews | 46 user reviews

#72
alaScore 92

Grado Prestige

While the open-back design isn't good for noisy environments, the Grado SR80e headphones sound exceptionally good for $100 and are also comfortable to wear.

2 expert reviews | 47 user reviews

#73
alaScore 92

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC9

There's no shortage of similar-looking noise-canceling headphones on the market, and the Audio Technica ATH-ANC9 QuietPoint does little to separate itself from the group visually. Sonically, the $349.95 (list) headphones pack powerful bass response,...

22 expert reviews | 182 user reviews

#74
alaScore 92

Sony MDR-1RNC

The world of noise-canceling headphones is littered with Bose wannabes, so it's refreshing to see a pair that has its own look. The Sony MDR1-RNC offers solid noise cancellation and excellent audio performance, but its $499.99 (direct) price is tough...

15 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#75
alaScore 92

Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6

If recent products are any indication, something happens to headphones when they cross the $350 price barrier—they get covered in leather. The Sennheiser Momentum, Bowers & Wilkins P7, and now the $399.99 (direct) Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6 all feature...

5 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

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