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Updated: Jan 16, 2017 23:54
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#76
alaScore 93

Marshall Headphones Major II

Marshall headphones, from their inception, have defied the gimmicky concept of invoking the look of the iconic Marshall guitar amps. Fashioning headphones and speakers this way could have been a great chance to skimp on actual audio performance in the...

16 expert reviews | 301 user reviews

#77
alaScore 93

Jabra Sport Coach

The Jabra Sport Coach is essentially the same as its predecessor with a slightly different tack. The motion sensor arguably offers greater flexibility than the heart rate monitor of the Pulse, except Jabra has yet to fully utilize its capabilities....

20 expert reviews | 173 user reviews

#78
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.

6 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#79
alaScore 93

Jays u-Jays

Jays’ new u-Jays headphones offer an impressive mix of minimalist styling, balanced sound, and effortless comfort that should make them a coveted choice in the competitive on-ear segment. We wish they offered a more organic touch to instrumentation and...

5 expert reviews

#80
alaScore 93

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.

5 expert reviews

#81
alaScore 93

Monster Elements Over-Ear

The Monster Elements Wireless Over-Ear are flashy fun, packing clear and well-balanced sound.

2 expert reviews

#82
alaScore 92

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 | 1 user reviews

#83
alaScore 92

Shure SRH1540

Most headphones we test tend to have a moderate-to-intense bass response, so reviewing a pair like the Shure SRH1540 almost comes as a shock. Few headphones can extend down as low as 5Hz and yet deliver accurate bass response that doesn't boost the...

11 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#84
alaScore 92

Master & Dynamic ME05

The Master & Dynamic ME05 in-canal earphones deliver a rich, bass-forward sound signature in a stylish, luxurious design.

3 expert reviews

#85
alaScore 92

808 Audio EAR CANZ

Conclusions For the price, it's hard to argue with what the 808 Audio Ear Canz brings to the table—a powerful bass-forward sound signature in a water-resistant, secure-fitting design. The pair certainly gets our stamp of approval for budget-priced...

2 expert reviews

#86
alaScore 92

AfterShokz Bluez 2S

Comfortable fit and good sound. These won't blast music super loud like most in-ear headphones. But they are perfect for running and biking. They don't move around much while using during activities and allow you to hear traffic around you.

1 expert reviews | 70 user reviews

#87
alaScore 92

Coloud The No.16

The Coloud No. 16 headphones look and feel good and sound even better. And the price is nice.

2 expert reviews

#88
alaScore 92

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...

31 expert reviews | 3055 user reviews

#89
alaScore 92

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

#90
alaScore 92

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 | 49 user reviews

#91
alaScore 92

Sony MDR-Z7

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

14 expert reviews | 97 user reviews

#92
alaScore 92

Monster Adidas Sport Adistar

Monster's Adidas Sport Adistar is one of the better-fitting and -sounding in-ear wireless sports headphones for the money.

3 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

#93
alaScore 92

Creative Sound BlasterX H5

A lightweight stereo gaming headset you'll wear for hours

5 expert reviews | 67 user reviews

#94
alaScore 92

Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear Wireless / Sennheiser Momentum 2 On-Ear Wireless

Pricey but far from daylight robbery; the Momentum Wireless On-ear will have you smitten

5 expert reviews | 120 user reviews

#95
alaScore 92

Audio Technica ATH-CKR10

Not perfect, but these earphones set a new standard for high-quality bass.

3 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#96
alaScore 92

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 | 1128 user reviews

#97
alaScore 92

Plantronics BackBeat Fit

Many Bluetooth headphones tout themselves as being workout-friendly, but they usually try to find balance between good performance at the gym and good performance everywhere else. The Plantronics BackBeat Fit, on the other hand, is a purely...

27 expert reviews | 4881 user reviews

#98
alaScore 92

Plantronics Voyager 5200

The Plantronics Voyager 5200 headset continues to set the standard for Bluetooth voice quality, but this model is a little less comfortable than previous generations.

5 expert reviews | 16 user reviews

#99
alaScore 92

Jabra Move Wireless

Bluetooth headphones are experiencing a sort of renaissance, with audio quality that's improved by leaps and bounds in the last few years. Suddenly, a $99 pair like the Jabra Move Wireless can hang with many wired pairs in the same price range. The...

17 expert reviews | 945 user reviews

#100
alaScore 92

Sony MDR-NC750

These are great, can't hear a thing outside not even traffic on a dual carriage way lol, not sure how much of this is down to the noise isolation or the fact that the headphones are pretty loud. Have tried to compare turning isolation off/on with music...

2 expert reviews | 35 user reviews

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