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Headphone & Headset Reviews

Updated: Sep 25, 2016 00:11
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#51
alaScore 93

V-Moda Zn

With Zn, V-MODA has brought an injection of style and reasonably priced high-quality IEMs to the industry. Color us impressed with these earphones as you can read in our review.

4 expert reviews | 145 user reviews

#52
alaScore 93

Sony MDR-1A

The supercomfortable Sony MDR-1A does a good job balancing clarity with just enough of laid-backness to make it a very versatile headphone that's well worth considering if you're looking for a full-size headphone in the $250-$300 range.

15 expert reviews | 428 user reviews

#53
alaScore 93

Philips SHL3850

For value and performance these are the best solution for travelers I’ve seen.

1 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#54
alaScore 93

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

#55
alaScore 93

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...

6 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#56
alaScore 93

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,...

2 expert reviews

#57
alaScore 93

Bowers & Wilkins P7

Conclusions For $400, the Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless sounds, looks, and feels like a luxury product. If you're shopping in this higher price tier, there are plenty of compelling wireless options, so it's worth reading up on the JBL Everest Elite 700...

31 expert reviews | 464 user reviews

#58
alaScore 93

Bose QuietComfort 20 / QC20 / QC20i

Supreme comfort and stellar anti-noise make the Bose QuietComfort 20i the noise-canceling buds to beat.

50 expert reviews | 4356 user reviews

#59
alaScore 93

Kingston HyperX Cloud II

Gaming headsets don't have to be just for gaming. Any good set can also work well as regular stereo headphones, as long as they have a 3.5mm connection and sound good, and the boom mic doesn't get in the way. However, most gaming headsets embrace...

27 expert reviews | 3030 user reviews

#60
alaScore 93

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

#61
alaScore 93

AfterShokz Trekz

Thumbs up for a really good mic, and for eliminating the problems that persist with wired headphones – no cord to get caught and rip out is always worth a mention with sport headphones. But the Trekz Titanium AS600’s aren’t easy to store without the...

3 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

#62
alaScore 93

Logitech G933

Conclusions The Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum is one of the best wireless gaming headsets you can buy. The comfortable, sturdy design and excellent sound profile justify its $200 price tag, and its extensive connection options mean you can hook it up...

8 expert reviews | 1114 user reviews

#63
alaScore 93

Bragi Dash

Conclusions What to make of the Bragi Dash? It comes down to your priorities—if you're all about fitness tracking and a cable-free, waterproof design, it could be worth the rather high price of entry. Audio performance is solid, but we expect a bit...

9 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#64
alaScore 93

Sennheiser Urbanite XL Wireless

We listed the lack of active noise cancellation as a "con," but given the audio performance of these wireless cans, some audio fanatics will actually consider that a "pro."

14 expert reviews | 191 user reviews

#65
alaScore 93

JBL Everest Elite 700

The JBL Everest Elite 700 headphones deliver powerful, customizable Bluetooth audio performance in a comfortable design—consider the decent noise cancellation a bonus.

11 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#66
alaScore 93

Bose SoundTrue Ultra IE (In-Ear)

If you're looking for a pair of clean-sounding, really comfortable in-ear noise-isolating headphones that stay in your ears, the Bose SoundTrue Ultra should be on your short list.

8 expert reviews | 632 user reviews

#67
alaScore 93

Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 450

Conclusions Turtle Beach's Ear Force Stealth 450 is an affordable and functional wireless gaming headset, but it's a solid example of getting what you pay for. It doesn't sound bad and it doesn't feel cheap, but it pales in comparison with the Editors'...

9 expert reviews | 212 user reviews

#68
alaScore 93

Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear 2.0 (M2) / Momentum In-Ear G / Momentum In-Ear i

The Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear doesn't measure up to the high standard set by other more expensive headphones in the Momentum line, but it still has a lot going for it for the price.

23 expert reviews | 954 user reviews

#69
alaScore 93

Parrot Zik 2.0

Sporting impressive design and solid sound, Parrot's feature-packed and pricey Zik 2.0 wireless headphones will wow some users but intimidate others.

26 expert reviews | 360 user reviews

#70
alaScore 93

Samsung Level U Pro (EO-BN920)

Despite a few small downsides, the Samsung Level U Pro is one of the better sounding collar-style Bluetooth headphones and offers a comfortable fit.

5 expert reviews | 26 user reviews

#71
alaScore 93

UrbanEars Hellas

The Urbanears Hellas are an appealing set of wireless workout headphones that can also be used for running and everyday use.

3 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#72
alaScore 93

Pioneer SE-MHR5

The pricey Pioneer SE-MHR5 headphone pair sounds amazing, but isn't terribly comfortable when worn for long time periods.

4 expert reviews

#73
alaScore 93

KEF M400

KEF's M-400 may not be an exceptional on-ear headphone for the money, but it's certainly competent and attractively designed.

9 expert reviews

#74
alaScore 93

Roccat Renga

Conclusions The Roccat Renga is comfortable and uniquely stylish, but its audio performance won't likely blow you away. But then, at $50, it doesn't have to. It's a capable gaming headset that offers good value considering its build quality and...

6 expert reviews | 24 user reviews

#75
alaScore 93

Jaybird Freedom

The Jaybird Freedom is in many ways the best Jaybird headphone yet -- and a strong wireless in-ear sports headphone -- but a few design flaws and its high price tag spoil the package.

3 expert reviews

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