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Audeze EL-8 review

The newest member of the acclaimed Audeze family folds a wishlist of high-performance technologies into Audeze’s most affordable package yet. See Full Review »

Our Score 9
User Score 0

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Shure SRH1540 Review

  • Supremely comfortable
  • Tight, musical bass with excellent extension
  • Open, natural midrange
  • Sparkling, resonant treble
  • Tremendous detail
  • Expensive
  • Large
Our Score 10
User Score 10

Sennheiser HD 580 Review

  • Audiophile quality sound
  • extremely comfortable
  • open design great for LAN parties.
  • Requires an amp to fully enjoy
  • not suitable for portable players.
Our Score 10
User Score 10

Phiaton Chord MS 530 Review

  • Excellent sound quality, top to bottom
  • Outstanding noise canceling
  • Flexible and reliable Bluetooth connectivity
  • Easily addressed controls
  • Comfortable fit
  • Headband can cause discomfort over extended use
Our Score 9.5
User Score 10

Audeze LCD3 Review

  • Lifelike detail
  • Near perfect frequency response
  • Immense stereo image
  • Excellent balance
  • Gorgeous, ergonomic design
  • Expensive
  • A little heavy
Our Score 9.5
User Score 0

Sennheiser Urbanite Review

  • Incredibly detailed treble and midrange
  • Just the right boost in bass
  • Highly dynamic
  • Awesome stereo separation and soundstage
  • Comfortable and stylish
  • Headband lacks padding, can slip while active
  • No ¼-inch adapter included
Our Score 9.5
User Score 10

Audiofly AF180 Review

  • Smooth, powerful bass
  • Brilliant detail, especially in the treble
  • Excellent spacing, dimensional soundstage
  • No “balanced armature bite”
  • Great passive noise isolation
  • Laid back sound leaves some presence off the mids
  • Included cable feels flimsy in spots
  • Pricier than the competition
Our Score 9
User Score 10

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Review

  • Clear, vividly detailed treble
  • Warm, powerful bass response
  • Excellent dynamic expression
  • Great passive noise isolation
  • Gorgeous, luxurious design
  • Glosses over some instrumental tone quality
  • Expensive
Our Score 9
User Score 0

Monster Miles Davis Tribute Review

  • Very clean sound
  • Comfortable, secure fit
  • Tangle-free cord
  • Attractive carrying case
  • Lots of extra goodies for the jazz fan
  • Bass response may be light for some
  • Included collector’s items jack up price
Our Score 9
User Score 0