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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.

Plantronics BackBeat SENSE review

The Plantronics BackBeat Sense offer best-in-class features and performance without breaking the bank. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Ultimate Ears Super.fi 5 Pro Review

  • Amazing sound quality; solid construction; dual…
  • Thin cord; expensive
Our Score 9

PSB M4U 2 Review

  • Excellent balance and instrumental separation
  • Brilliant detail and dynamic expression
  • Solid noise-cancelling
  • Deep feature set
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Not especially stylish
  • A bit pricey
Our Score 9

Beyerdynamic Custom One Pro Review

  • Clear detail
  • Excellent timbre reproduction
  • Wide stereo image
  • Bass control
  • Customizable exterior
  • Soft approach occasionally lacks excitement
  • Slightly lean in upper treble
Our Score 9

Aiaiai TMA-1 Studio Review

  • Warm bass
  • Clear, detailed treble
  • Well balanced stereo sound
  • Rich, resonant tone
  • No iOS control button included
  • Vocals low in some mixes
Our Score 9

Ultimate Ears RM Review

  • Near-linear sonic reproduction
  • Astonishingly accurate sound signature
  • Soundstage emulates a real studio
  • Firm, musical, and potent bass
  • Perfect fit
  • Sturdy construction throughout
  • Sharp treble on low-quality tracks
  • Earwax is a constant battle
Our Score 9

Oppo PM-1 Review

  • Vivid detail and definition
  • Warm and rich low end
  • Subtle, yet accurate treble
  • Huge sound stage
  • Pure, distortion-free sound
  • Comfortable, stylish design
  • Flimsy headphone cable
  • Elite price tag
Our Score 9

Westone W40 Review

  • Astonishing clarity
  • Immense detail
  • Expansive dynamic expression
  • Excellent balance across the spectrum
  • Impressive warmth for balanced armatures
  • A little bright on some tracks
  • Expensive
Our Score 9

V-Moda Crossfade M-100 Review

  • Velvety low end
  • Vibrant, detailed upper register
  • Wide stereo image
  • Cool portable design
  • Multiple inputs
  • Occasional heavy bass
  • Upper midrange slightly bright at times
Our Score 9