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Updated: Mar 30, 2015 08:31
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#51
alaScore 92

Philips Fidelio X1

It wasn't that long ago that Philips wasn't the first name that would come to mind for audiophile headphones. Things picked up early last year when the company totally revamped its headphone lineup, and the Fidelio Series turned a lot of heads. Philips...

23 expert reviews | 361 user reviews

#52
alaScore 92

PSB M4U 2

PSB’s M4U 2 is a superb example of a premium headphone that does almost everything right.

27 expert reviews | 107 user reviews

#53
alaScore 92

Philips Fidelio S2

The Fidelio S2s provide great sound, but the cheaper S1 is a better buy

9 expert reviews | 81 user reviews

#55
alaScore 92

Philips Fidelio L1

Philips is coming to CES with high-end and beautifully crafted headphones Fidelio L1 that that offer a crisp and clear sound delivered through very comfortable to wear large ear pads made of memory foam. The headband is made of aluminum covered with...

90 expert reviews | 441 user reviews

#56
alaScore 92

Sol Republic RELAYS

The marketing behind the SOL Republic Relays claims that they're "crossover" earphones, combining the superb fit of exercise-focused pairs with the excellent sound that exercise earphones supposedly lack. This is a pretty bizarre notion—the Sennheiser...

4 expert reviews | 98 user reviews

#57
alaScore 92

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 | 12 user reviews

#58
alaScore 92

Sony MDR-HW700DS

Although expensive, we rate the Sony MDR-HW700DS wireless surround headphones as a compelling alternative to a physical multichannel speaker setup, and they're a great practical solution when it's just not possible to crank things up.

4 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

#59
alaScore 92

Beats Solo2 Wireless

Far better than Studio wireless, have good playback time nearly 10 hours....

2 expert reviews | 150 user reviews

#60
alaScore 92

SOL REPUBLIC Master Tracks

The Sol Republic Master Tracks have a distinct, eye-catching design and good performance, offering better, more refined sound than the original Tracks.

14 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#61
alaScore 92

Creative Aurvana Live!2

At an MRP of Rs 12,999, the Creative Aurvana Live 2 feels a little expensive, especially since they don’t have active-noise cancellation. Having said that, the cans do offer some of the best passive noise cancellation we’ve come across. The Aurvana...

7 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

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#62
alaScore 92

beyerdynamic T 51 P

The Beyerdynamic T 51 p is one of the best on-ear headphones available, offering excellent sound quality and a comfortable fit.

6 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#63
alaScore 92

Bose SoundTrue Around Ear

The new Bose SoundTrue around-ear headphones are a no-nonsense, music-only pair with few bells or whistles—like many of Bose's other products, such as the Editors' Choice, noise-cancelling QuietComfort 20. The SoundTrue retails for $179.95, much less...

8 expert reviews | 79 user reviews

#64
alaScore 92

Sennheiser CX 3.00

The Sennheiser CX 3.00 are almost the perfect entry-level earphones. They’re incredibly light and comfortable, and just easy to get on with. However, they're very bass-heavy, so only really for casual listening unless you're seriously into low...

2 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#65
alaScore 92

Atomic Floyd SuperDarts Titanium

Atomic Floyd’s fixation with high-tech materials, showy precision engineering and gamer-style advertising copy is all evident in the SuperDarts Titanium earphones, with less expertise seemingly poured into the core acoustic principles. They sound...

3 expert reviews

#66
alaScore 91

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...

23 expert reviews | 46 user reviews

#67
alaScore 91

Sennheiser HD 598

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...

31 expert reviews | 1530 user reviews

#68
alaScore 91

Denon AH-D600

Denon's latest headphones are very expensive, but they're still an excellent choice for working at your desk, relaxing on the couch, or spending quality time with your tablet.

16 expert reviews | 146 user reviews

#69
alaScore 91

Sony MDR-1RBT

Some days you want to throw open the windows, crank up your stereo and rattle the walls with your favorite music. Other times, you want to drift off into your own little sonisphere, totally walled off from the rest of the world. The most crucial...

14 expert reviews | 194 user reviews

#70
alaScore 91

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.

65 expert reviews | 4017 user reviews

#71
alaScore 91

beyerdynamic Custom ONE PRO

It's always refreshing to review a pair of headphones that appears to have a dubious gimmick, only to discover that the gimmick is actually a useful tool. Musicians, engineers, and home audio enthusiasts have plenty of reason to check out the...

19 expert reviews | 225 user reviews

#72
alaScore 91

AKG K 845BT

While light on accessories for such an expensive Bluetooth headphone pair, the AKG K845 BT delivers a powerful audio experience nonetheless.

6 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

#73
alaScore 91

Sony MDR-1R

Sony's forays into headphones of late have often been focused on boosted bass, or even co-branding with television shows (like the X Factor), so it's refreshing to see a no-nonsense, high quality pair like the MDR-1R. At $299.99 (direct), it's priced...

21 expert reviews | 321 user reviews

#74
alaScore 91

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 | 193 user reviews

#75
alaScore 91

Harman Kardon Soho-I

The Harman Kardon Soho-I headphones are appealing if you're looking for a compact on-ear model, but they do have a few shortcomings.

32 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

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