Editors' Choice

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

V-Moda Forza review

V-Moda’s Forza earbuds offer a warm sound signature and durable sport exterior at an astoundingly low price. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Thinksound ts01 Review

  • Good sound quality
  • Solid, tight bass
  • Well-built, high quality parts
  • Good value
  • Vocals in hip-hop sound distant
  • Cord noise
Our Score 8

Shure SRH750DJ Review

  • Extremely Durable Build Quality
  • Great sound isolation
  • Brilliant highs and deep bass
  • Comfortable for long-term use
  • Slightly clumsy
  • Overly snug fit when wearing both earphones
Our Score 8.5

Jays q-Jays Review

  • Very small size, comfortable fit
  • Should fit most ears
  • Plenty of accessories
  • Good clarity
  • Decent amount of cord feedback
  • Fragile cord
  • Poor bass
  • Overly bright highs at times
  • Expensive
Our Score 6.5

Beats by Dr. Dre Solo Review

  • Big, clean sound
  • Extremely sensitive
  • Comfortable for long-term wear
  • Effective sound isolation
  • Convenient built-in microphone for use with iPhone…
  • Bass overwhelms some midrange response
  • iPod control feature not functional on older…
  • Limited range of accessories
Our Score 8

Cresyn C750E Review

  • Good clarity
  • Comfortable to wear
  • Minimal Cord Feedback
  • Great for acoustical music
  • Responsive drivers
  • Mid-range could be warmer
  • Soundstage could be broader
  • Bass is lacking
  • Good but flat highs
Our Score 7

Audio-Technica ATH-W5000 Review

  • Clear sound with low distortion
  • Sturdy build quality
  • Attractive striped-ebony hardwood earcups
  • Rugged, red velour-lined storage case
  • Difficult to fit on your head
  • Bass response is weak by some standards
  • No accessories
Our Score 7.5

Phiaton PS 320 Review

  • Comfortable, lightweight compact
  • Closed back design minimizes outside noise
  • Sound better than earbuds
  • Weak bass response
  • Sound gets muddy at high volumes
  • No supplied adapters
Our Score 7

Phiaton PS 300 NC Review

  • Comfortable Fit
  • Dual Rechargeable Batteries
  • USB and Wall Charger included
  • Comprehensive Accessory Pack
  • Noise Cancelling circuitry underperforms
  • Poor audio quality makes them best for certain…
Our Score 5.5