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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.

Marshall Mid Bluetooth Headphones review

We spent some time with Marshall Headphones’ latest Bluetooth cans, the new Marshal Mid. With warm classic sound and great vintage looks, the Marshall Mid are a treat for your eardrums, and your wallet. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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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

Audio-Technica ATH-FC700 Review

  • Impressive Bass; compact; good sound isolation;…
  • Uncomfortable headband; abrasive highs; clumsy
Our Score 6

Sennheiser HD 438 Review

  • Snug
  • comfortable fit; very good sound quality; has…
  • Fragile build; ugly design; no volume controls or…
Our Score 6.5

Bose QuietComfort 15 Review

  • Superior noise-canceling system; very comfortable;…
  • High price may trouble some; not the ultimate…
Our Score 8

Sennheiser HD800 Review

  • Exceptional Sound
  • High Quality Construction Extremely comfortable…
  • Not easily portable
  • Ambient noise is easily audible No 1/8" adapter…
Our Score 9

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b Review

  • Comfortable
  • well-designed ear pads; excellent noise…
  • well-balanced sound
  • Slightly large ear-cup size; slight emphasis on…
Our Score 8.5

Phiaton Primal PS 200 Review

  • Superb traveling case; attractive and durable…
  • Overpriced relative to sound quality; lacking…
Our Score 6.5