Editors' Choice

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

Thinksound On2 review

Thinksound’s On2 on-hear headphones are a perfectly updated set of headphones, maintaining the On1’s gorgeous exterior while elevating its already-massive soundstage to a whole new level. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Jays u-Jays Review

  • Clear and forward sound signature
  • Warm, punchy bass
  • Sleek, minimalist design
  • Light and comfortable fit
  • Instruments sound less than natural
  • Not as detailed or dimensional as we’d like
Our Score 7

JVC HA-FX40 Review

  • Noticeably better sound than stock mobile-device…
  • Plenty loud with any device due to high…
  • Good amount of bass
  • Angled ear tubes and rubber-fit stabilizers…
  • Somewhat bright, harsh-sounding upper mids and…
  • Lower-than-average noise isolation
  • Awful, scissors-only blister packaging
Our Score 7

RHA SA-850 Review

  • Cool design
  • Warm sounding vocals
  • Deep, tight bass
  • Cloth cable
  • Faux leather headband
  • Muddied highs
  • Short cable
  • No accessories
  • Earcups are hard to adjust
Our Score 7

V-MODA Crossfade Wireless Review

  • Powerful sound that keeps the details
  • Great wireless performance
  • Easy switch from wireless to wired
  • Signature stylish-yet-rugged build
  • Ramped up bass may be a bit much for some
  • Not as travel-friendly as we’d like
Our Score 7

Sony PiiQ Marqii Review

  • Smooth Treble
  • Punchy Bass
  • Tangle Free Cable
  • Solid Value
  • Not Collapsible
  • No storage case
  • Muted Midrange
Our Score 7

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

Blue Microphones Mo-Fi Review

  • Dynamic, detailed, spacious, and balanced sound
  • Passive mode for use with high-end electronics
  • Auto-off feature saves battery
  • Long battery life
  • Solid passive noise isolation
  • Heavy
  • Some learning curve involved
  • Fatiguing after long-term use
  • Don’t fold down for travel
Our Score 7

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