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We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in headphones.

Audeze Sine review

Audeze takes its quest for portable hi-fi headphones to a whole new level with the Sine, the company’s first ever on-ear planar magnetic cans, with an available Cipher Lightning cable. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Jabra Sport Coach Review

  • Built-in motion sensor
  • Relaxed and sturdy fit
  • Easy music playback
  • Solid phone call performance
  • Integrates with third-party apps
  • Eargels don’t seal tight enough
  • Not enough bass
  • Battery life
  • Motion sensor can do more
Our Score 7

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless Headphones Review

  • Clear and powerful sound stage
  • Solid detail in the upper register
  • Rich and authoritative bass
  • Stylish and suave as ever
  • Comfortable
  • Bass can get too heavy
  • Acoustic instruments sound less than natural
  • Controls are a little chintzy
  • Pricey
Our Score 7

Audioquest NightHawk Review

  • Warm, rich sound
  • Authoritative bass
  • Wide, dimensional soundstage
  • Vivid instrumental textures
  • Extremely comfortable fit
  • Misses some presence/detail up top
  • Can sound slightly heavy at times
Our Score 8

Ausdom M06 Review

  • Inexpensive
  • Solid wireless connectivity
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Comfortable
  • Cheap-feeling control buttons
  • Uneven frequency response
  • Not particularly stylish
  • Poor noise isolation
Our Score 7

Audeze EL-8 Review

  • Fluid, effortless clarity across the spectrum
  • Brilliantly-detailed instrumental separation
  • First-rate dynamic expression
  • High performance level from low-powered devices
  • Closed-back model offers less intimate performance…
  • A bit bulky for travel
Our Score 9

Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7 Review

  • Clear and balanced sound across the board
  • Excellent detail
  • Tight, musical bass
  • Quality construction
  • Attractive design
  • Competitive price point
  • Tight clamping force may not work for everyone
  • Upper midrange can sound slightly synthetic
  • Could use a bit more padding on the headband
Our Score 8

Sennheiser Urbanite XL WIreless Review

  • Great sound quality
  • Solid bass balanced with good mids and highs
  • Wireless with great battery life
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Still bulky, even when folded in
  • Touch controls are too sensitive
  • Pricey
Our Score 8

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 2.0 Review

  • Excellent detail
  • Vast, dimensional soundstage
  • Near-flawless wireless performance
  • Impressive battery life
  • Stylish
  • Very pricey
  • Echo effect on phone calls
  • Noise cancellation just so-so
  • Bass is heavy on occasion
Our Score 8