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Updated: Mar 25, 2015 03:36
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#76
alaScore 92

Samsung Level On

Samsung is running on all cylinders in its new venture in the high-end mobile audio accessories space, where they recently introduced its Level series of accessories to compete against some of the more formidable and established names in the market –...

5 expert reviews

#77
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

#78
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

#79
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

#80
alaScore 91

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 | 83 user reviews

#81
alaScore 91

Sennheiser MM 450-X / MM 450

Sennheiser's MM 450-X ($449.95 direct) is a headphone pair that seemingly does it all. It's wired, it streams wireless Bluetooth audio, and has active noise cancellation circuitry. From an audio standpoint, the MM 450-X offers excellent performance...

19 expert reviews | 1182 user reviews

#82
alaScore 91

Bowers&Wilkins P3

Although not as opulent as Bowers & Wilkins' high-end, $300 P5 headphones, the $200 P3s still sound excellent, and they deliver enough pleasure -- auditory and otherwise -- to justify the price.

28 expert reviews | 186 user reviews

#83
alaScore 91

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 | 62 user reviews

#84
alaScore 91

Sennheiser HD 203

Intended specifically for mixing or tracking in a recording studio, the Sennheiser HD 203 is also a powerful, crisp headphone pair with plenty of bass response that could easily appeal to an audiophile on a tight budget. For $49.95, you get an...

2 expert reviews | 554 user reviews

#85
alaScore 91

Logitech UE 6000

The Logitech UE 6000 is a very satisfying-sounding set of headphones, with lively audio and adequate noise cancellation for an affordable price.

14 expert reviews | 298 user reviews

#86
alaScore 91

Monster Inspiration

We highly recommend them and happily bestow these fine cans with our Editor’s Choice award considering their stellar sound, though we should note that this active noise-canceling version loses half a point for slightly less effective noise-cancelation...

17 expert reviews | 180 user reviews

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#87
alaScore 91

PANASONIC RP-HXD5

Fantastic headphones for the price. They stay in place nicely and the sound is really good - certainly on par with my £80 sennheisers. If anything the lead is a little long - if I have ipod in my jeans pocket there is around 1 foot of spare cable (I'm...

2 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#88
alaScore 91

Bose SIE2i

The Bose SIE2i earphones deliver rich bass and clean audio performance in a moisture-proof, exercise-friendly design.

20 expert reviews | 1061 user reviews

#89
alaScore 91

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 | 124 user reviews

#90
alaScore 91

Audio-Technica SonicFuel ATH-CKX9

We applaud the fact that Audio Technica has done something to address the problem of buds slipping in the ear, and those who find this a recurring problem would do well to give the ATH-CKX9iS an audition.

4 expert reviews | 44 user reviews

#91
alaScore 91

Sony Active Sport MDR-AS200

BEST sounding sports style earbuds I've ever heard. A+ sound. great bass for the size.

1 expert reviews | 1446 user reviews

#92
alaScore 91

AKG K 495NC

If you demand near-absolute silence from your noise-canceling headphones, these are the ones for you. The AKG K495 NCs get closer to dead silence than any other pair I tried.

21 expert reviews | 111 user reviews

#93
alaScore 91

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 | 31 user reviews

#94
alaScore 91

Sennheiser RS 220

Wireless headphones have come a long way over the last few years, and Sennheiser was one of the first companies to introduce a set of high-quality cans for those of us who like listen and move beyond the tether range of a headphone cable. Sennheiser's...

27 expert reviews | 69 user reviews

#95
alaScore 91

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 | 10 user reviews

#96
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.

13 expert reviews | 315 user reviews

#97
alaScore 90

Shure SRH1840

One of Shure's first open-back designs, the SRH1840 headphones are comfortable and light, and the sound will surely thrill demanding audiophiles.

11 expert reviews | 193 user reviews

#98
alaScore 90

Philips Fidelio L2

I'm no audiophile but they sound excellent to me. Warm and with good bass. The song "A Man/Me/Then Jim" by Rilo Kiley surprised me when I heard what I assume could be called subwoofer low frequencies bass. I didn't expect that a MP3 file played on an...

2 expert reviews | 158 user reviews

#99
alaScore 90

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 | 43 user reviews

#100
alaScore 90

Sennheiser HD 800

These are the MOST expensive headphones we have done till date, trust me take a peek at the conclusion section to see just how expensive I'm talking about. But does that deter the brand from goi

54 expert reviews | 188 user reviews

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