Editors' Choice

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

Headphone Reviews

Showing 8 reviews out of 234

Headphone Review Filters

Clear Filters

Features

Use

Type

Manufacturers

Show More
Clear Filters

Bowers & Wilkins P3 Series 2 Review

  • Sleek, modern design
  • High-quality craftsmanship and materials
  • Hard case makes travel safe and simple
  • Good treble response
  • High clamping force erodes long-term comfort
  • Mid-bass hump overplays low-end content
  • Thin ear pads make for poor passive noise…
Our Score 6

Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless Special Edition Review

  • Similar design, yet better fit
  • VO2 Max level testing
  • Comply Foam included
  • Improved audio quality
  • Three-year warranty
  • A little more bass would be welcome
  • Terrible pouch for transport
  • Battery life still average
Our Score 8

Thinksound On2 Review

  • Thoughtful, eye-catching design
  • Massive, detailed, and engaging soundstage
  • Warm and deep, with clear, detailed treble
  • Extremely high sound quality for the price
  • Environmentally friendly
  • No 1/4-inch adapter included
  • No hard case included
Our Score 9

Sennheiser PXC 550 NC Review

  • Rich, balanced, and detailed sound
  • DSP effects offer powerful bass when you want it
  • Sennheiser’s best noise cancellation yet
  • Sleek, portable design
  • Automated controls
  • Awkward switch locations
  • Noise cancellation doesn’t quite match Bose
  • Pricey
Our Score 8

Focal Listen Review

  • Excellent balanced audio
  • Good bass, without pushing too far
  • Great comfort around ears
  • Easy to pack along
  • A little bulky and weighted
  • Inline controls lack volume button
Our Score 8

Jabra Halo Smart Review

  • Outstanding call quality
  • Decent music performance
  • Convenient magnetic earbuds
  • Great battery life
  • Good price
  • Bass needs more depth
  • A little bulky to accommodate bigger battery
Our Score 8

Hifiman Edition S Review

  • Crystal clear midrange and treble
  • Wide open soundstage in open-back mode
  • Powerful, well-appointed bass
  • Plush, comfy earpads
  • Bright upper register lacks body
  • Exterior design feels chintzy
Our Score 7

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