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 Major II Bluetooth headphones review

Marshall Headphones’ value-packed Major II get a wireless reboot. Offering intuitive control, impressive battery life, and solid wireless connection, there’s plenty to enjoy about these convenient cans. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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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

Turtle Beach Elite 800 Review

  • Fantastic, powerful sound
  • Stylish design
  • Lots of handy features
  • Extremely comfortable to wear
  • That quality comes at a premium price
  • Charging issues if you use power save with your…
  • Headset-mounted controls are less than ideal
Our Score 8

Shure SRH145 Review

  • Rich, powerful bass
  • Smooth, balanced upper register
  • Light, comfortable design
  • Good passive noise isolation
  • Glossy midrange lacks excitement at the attack
  • Exterior design looks a bit chintzy
Our Score 8

Jays a-JAYS Five Review

  • Big, punchy bass
  • Open midrange and revealing treble
  • Fun carrying case
  • Three-button mic for all major smartphone…
  • Difficult to achieve secure fit for some ears
  • Stiff cable
Our Score 7

Plantronics BackBeat Pro Review

  • Best-in-class battery life
  • Loaded with convenience features
  • Solid noise canceling
  • Superior sound quality
  • Passive sound quality is too dark
  • Treble can be aggressive
  • Loss of on-board controls to wired connection
Our Score 8

Sennheiser Urbanite Review

  • Incredibly detailed treble and midrange
  • Just the right boost in bass
  • Highly dynamic
  • Awesome stereo separation and soundstage
  • Comfortable and stylish
  • Headband lacks padding, can slip while active
  • No ¼-inch adapter included
Our Score 9.5

Audiofly AF180 Review

  • Smooth, powerful bass
  • Brilliant detail, especially in the treble
  • Excellent spacing, dimensional soundstage
  • No “balanced armature bite”
  • Great passive noise isolation
  • Laid back sound leaves some presence off the mids
  • Included cable feels flimsy in spots
  • Pricier than the competition
Our Score 9

Blue Microphones Mo-Fi Review

  • Dynamic, detailed, spacious, and balanced sound
  • Passive mode for use with high-end electronics
  • Auto-off feature saves battery
  • Long battery life
  • Solid passive noise isolation
  • Heavy
  • Some learning curve involved
  • Fatiguing after long-term use
  • Don’t fold down for travel
Our Score 7