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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Beyerdynamic T70p Review

  • Exquisite detail
  • Reams of high register precision
  • Spacious, dimensional sound
  • Excellent dynamic expression
  • Extremely comfortable
  • No need for a headphone amp
  • Sound signature may be too bright for some
  • Build quality isn’t as solid as we’d like
Our Score 8.5

180s Tek Fleece by JVC Review

  • Warm; soft material; good sound quality;…
  • Cord connects to one earpiece
Our Score 8.5

KEF M500 Review

  • Excellent balance
  • Rich detail, especially at the edges of the stereo…
  • Smooth, expressive dynamics
  • Stylish and extremely comfortable
  • Midrange could have more definition at the center
  • Pricey
Our Score 8.5

Bowers & Wilkins P3 Review

  • Spectacular treble response
  • Open, uncongested midrange
  • Sufficient bass for most listeners
  • Excellent comfort
  • Sleek, modern design
  • Slight midbass hump overplays heavy bass content
  • In-line controls lack tactile feedback
  • Very little passive noise isolation
Our Score 8.5

Monster Inspiration (Active Noise Canceling)…

  • Balanced, engaging sound
  • Excellent tonality
  • Soft, luxurious feel
  • Solid build quality
  • Considerate stock of accessories included
  • Noise canceling not as strong as competition
  • No ¼-inch (TRS) adapter included
  • Some may feel clamping force is excessive
  • Slightly heavy
Our Score 8.5

Nocs NS400 Review

  • Balanced, accurate sound
  • Incredibly revealing detail
  • Deep bass response
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • Short cord
  • Occasionally aggressive treble
  • Few accessories
Our Score 8.5

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

Shure SE310 Review

  • Excellent sound; comfortable design; adjustable…
  • Single driver design; high price
Our Score 8.5