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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.

Audeze Sine review

Audeze takes its quest for portable hi-fi headphones to a whole new level with the Sine, the company’s first ever on-ear planar magnetic cans, with an available Cipher Lightning cable. See Full Review »

Our Score 9

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Razer Electra Review

  • Deep, controlled bass
  • Sensitive enough for all devices
  • Solid build quality
  • Soft, luxurious earpads
  • Just a bit of artificially bright treble
  • In-line microphone lacks controls
  • No accessories
  • Bulky
Our Score 8

RBH EP1 Review

  • Deep, defined bass
  • Wide, detailed stereo field
  • Ergonomic design
  • Good noise isolation
  • Some balance issues
  • A bit sharp in the treble
  • Slightly expensive
Our Score 7.5

SMS Street by 50 ANC Review

  • Clear, accurate treble
  • Powerful, balanced bass
  • Long-life rechargeable battery
  • Good noise cancellation
  • Sleek, premium design
  • Misses some inner detail
  • Fit is a little tight
Our Score 8

Sol Republic Relay Review

  • Balanced, accessible sound signature
  • Stable, no-hassle fit
  • Water and sweat resistant
  • Attractive design
  • Detail and definition doesn’t rise above…
  • A little pricey
Our Score 7

Shure E2C Canal Phones Review

  • Isolation from outside environment
  • several sleeve sizes included
  • nice case
  • excellent all around sound
  • Sometimes difficult to get a perfect seal
  • may not be comfortable to all users
  • total isolation design not recommended for…
Our Score 8

Shure SE112 Review

  • Clear, open soundstage
  • Respectable level of detail
  • Solid construction
  • Great passive noise isolation
  • Extremely affordable
  • Upper register occasionally too snappy
  • No microphone or control piece
Our Score 8.5

Sennheiser HD435 Review

  • Strong bass; price; in-line volume control
  • Minor low-end distortion at high volumes;…
Our Score 8

Sennheiser HD 438 Review

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