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

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Audeze Sine Review

  • Crystal-clear detail
  • Deep and punchy bass
  • Excellent balance across the spectrum
  • Sleek and portable design
  • Future-proof
  • Not as comfortable as some over-ears
Our Score 9

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

Jabra Sport Pace Wireless Review

  • Better fit
  • Improved audio fidelity
  • Rapid charging
  • Integrates with third-party apps
  • No built-in sensors
  • Short battery life
  • Limited volume
Our Score 6

Definitive Technology Symphony 1 Review

  • Comfortable fit
  • Elegant design
  • Clean, smooth lows and mids
  • Wireless playback
  • Muddled high end
  • Might be tight for big heads
Our Score 7

Plugged Crown headphones Review

  • Stylish and comfortable
  • Scratch-resistant finish
  • Excellent noise isolation
  • Solid, energetic sound
  • Awesome price
  • Midbass boom crowds some instruments
  • Slightly weighty
  • Cable kinks up
Our Score 8

Plantronics BackBeat SENSE Review

  • Balanced, detailed sound
  • Relaxed and comfortable fit
  • Good controls
  • Great phone performance
  • Impressive battery life/ wireless range
  • Neutral design
  • No Siri or Google Now integration
Our Score 9

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

Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless Headphones Review

  • Clear and powerful sound stage
  • Solid detail in the upper register
  • Rich and authoritative bass
  • Stylish and suave as ever
  • Comfortable
  • Bass can get too heavy
  • Acoustic instruments sound less than natural
  • Controls are a little chintzy
  • Pricey
Our Score 7