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Updated: Jul 29, 2014 00:40
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#76
alaScore 91

Sennheiser PX 685I Sports

Earbuds that put safety first

4 expert reviews | 634 user reviews

#77
alaScore 91

Sennheiser RS 220

The Sennheiser RS 220 is one of the best-sounding wireless headphones on the market, but its super sonics don't offset its ambitious price tag when other models in the same line offer similar performance for less.

19 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#78
alaScore 91

iHome iB75

It seems silly to hold exercise-focused earphones to a different set of standards than regular earphones—after all, if the pair sounds good, it could be your all-the-time pair, not just the one you take to the gym. That said, the iHome iB75, a $99.99...

2 expert reviews

#79
alaScore 90

Shure SRH940

If you’re an audiophile looking for professional-quality headphones, try the SRH940s before spending much, much more on the competition. These are incredible headphones at an incredible price.

12 expert reviews | 224 user reviews

#80
alaScore 90

beyerdynamic T70

For the audiophile on the move, or at home, Beyerdynamic’s T70p make a spectacular choice.

10 expert reviews | 47 user reviews

#81
alaScore 90

AKG K550

I get to play with a lot of neat stuff as a Technoodling reviewer. The K550 earns a spot on the list of review items that I wish I didn’t have to send back. It’s well built, it’s classy, it’s good looking, and most importantly it sounds great. Yes...

9 expert reviews | 597 user reviews

#82
alaScore 90

Sennheiser IE 8

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...

39 expert reviews | 563 user reviews

#83
alaScore 90

Sound-Magic E10

Soundmagic (or SoundMAGIC, as they write it) is one of the older Chinese headphone brands that's available on the international market – and one that I shamefully neglected to review for way too long.

10 expert reviews | 1523 user reviews

#84
alaScore 90

RHA SA-950I

While the RHA SA950i may not excel in any one area, it's an all-around solid on-ear headphone that won't break the bank.

11 expert reviews | 106 user reviews

#85
alaScore 90

Sony MDR-V55

The Sony MDR-V55 stereo headphones provide exceptional sound and are perfect for personal music players and beginning DJs.

10 expert reviews | 2131 user reviews

#86
alaScore 90

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.

20 expert reviews | 263 user reviews

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#87
alaScore 90

Geemarc CL7400

They are lightweight at only 252grams, the size is not huge considering they are over ear offerings at 18cm from base to top and 17cm at the widest point. Each arm has 3.5cm of expansion. The expansion joint is also where the earpieces can collapse to...

2 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#88
alaScore 90

Marshall Major

Grab the Marshall Major Pitch Black Heaphones today from the [Marshall Headphones Online Store] for $120 USD. This is one of several color combinations you can pick up, and there’s a lovely “Minor” pair of earbuds up for sale there as well – check em out!

20 expert reviews | 987 user reviews

#89
alaScore 90

Sennheiser HD 335S

At £99.99, the 335s aren't too pricey, and they give decent sound quality for your cash. Those in search of a more brash pair should head for Beats by Dre, and there are more premium and stylish options available, like the Bose mentioned. But if you're...

2 expert reviews | 47 user reviews

#90
alaScore 90

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

#91
alaScore 90

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

#92
alaScore 90

RHA MA450i

RHA's MA450i earphones deliver distortion-free audio that is occasionally too bright, but are a good deal at $50.

14 expert reviews | 441 user reviews

#93
alaScore 90

AKG K 495NC

The AKG K495 NCs aren't as comfortable and don't sound quite as good as the Bose QC 15s, but they're built better, offer very good noise-cancellation, and recharge via USB.

11 expert reviews | 70 user reviews

#94
alaScore 90

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...

5 expert reviews | 85 user reviews

#95
alaScore 90

Pioneer SE-MJ532

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

3 expert reviews | 9 user reviews

#96
alaScore 90

AKG K 391NC

While the audio world is littered with on-ear and around-the-ear noise-canceling headphone pairs, earphones with active noise cancellation circuitry remain a fairly rare beast. For years, the size of the circuitry and battery compartments made in-ear...

3 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#97
alaScore 90

Bose TriPort

Good sound quality but extremely expensive

88 expert reviews | 9791 user reviews

#98
alaScore 90

Phiaton Bridge MS 500

The Phiaton Bridge MS 500 offer a pleasant blend of clear highs and barreling bass, all wrapped up in a flashy frame.

3 expert reviews

#99
alaScore 90

Stax SRS-4170

For a long time prior to the recent headphone revival, Stax was the headphone at the top of the heap. While dynamic full-range headphones have made dramatic leaps in sound quality (and price), if you are limited to headphone systems priced under...

5 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#100
alaScore 90

JLab Epic

The JLab Epic ($49.99 list) is an inexpensive earphone pair with plenty of bass and no distortion at top volumes. Should audiophiles seeking flat response keep reading? No. But if you're looking for big bass on a small budget, the Epic manages to...

3 expert reviews

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