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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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Etymotic ER-6i Review

  • Comfortable; great sound quality
  • Flimsy cord; difficult to remove; only available…
Our Score 8

Fanny Wang 3000 Series Review

  • Superior noise cancellation
  • Well-constructed
  • “Duo Jack” is a nice feature
  • Decent sound in passive mode
  • Excessively aggressive treble with…
  • Bass boost too broad in its scope
  • Difficult to fit into case
  • Uncomfortable headband
Our Score 6

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

Bell’O Digital BDH650 Review

  • Highly enjoyable, well-detailed sound for a…
  • Excellent bass weight and depth
  • Good fit and finish
  • High-quality, easy-to-open packaging
  • Upper mids and lower treble can sound a little too…
  • Mediocre fit and comfort
  • Sub-par noise isolation
Our Score 7.5

Beyerdynamic T70p Review

  • Exquisite detail
  • Reams of high register precision
  • Spacious, dimensional sound
  • Excellent dynamic expression
  • Extremely comfortable
  • No need for a headphone amp
  • Sound signature may be too bright for some
  • Build quality isn’t as solid as we’d like
Our Score 8.5

KEF M500 Review

  • Excellent balance
  • Rich detail, especially at the edges of the stereo…
  • Smooth, expressive dynamics
  • Stylish and extremely comfortable
  • Midrange could have more definition at the center
  • Pricey
Our Score 8.5

Grado GR8 Review

  • Highly accurate sound
  • Solid performance to price ratio
  • Lightweight and extremely comfortable
  • Lightweight cord tangles easily
  • Limited selection of ear-tips
  • No carry case or adapters
  • Thin, feeble feeling cord
  • No cord clip
Our Score 8

Grado SR125 Review

  • Crisp
  • punchy sound
  • Uncomfortable
  • unsightly
  • slip easily
Our Score 6