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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.

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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Beats Studio Wireless Review

  • Bluetooth tames treble some
  • Better-controlled bass
  • Adequate noise cancelling
  • Long-lasting battery
  • Sleek design
  • Lack of dynamics
  • Some hiss when music isn’t active
  • Response curve changes with volume
  • When the battery dies, so does the music
Our Score 7.5

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

Turtle Beach Ear Force i30 Review

  • Great noise cancelling
  • Solid Bluetooth connection
  • Solid bass and well-resolved treble
  • Lots of extras
  • Not as dynamic as we’d like
  • Only one color
Our Score 8

Shure SRH1540 Review

  • Supremely comfortable
  • Tight, musical bass with excellent extension
  • Open, natural midrange
  • Sparkling, resonant treble
  • Tremendous detail
  • Expensive
  • Large
Our Score 10

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

Thinksound On1 Review

  • Gorgeous, eye-catching design
  • Lively, detailed and faithful sound signature
  • Just enough juice in the bass with excellent…
  • Environmentally friendly from top to bottom
  • Clamping force may be a bit much for some
  • No ¼-inch adapter included
Our Score 8.5

House of Marley Liberate Review

  • Well-sculpted treble
  • Great stereo spread
  • Solid, eco-friendly build quality
  • Bass is overwhelming on most mixes
  • Seriously, the bass is too much
Our Score 6.5

Klipsch Status Review

  • Rich, well-balanced sound
  • Powerful low end
  • Accurate center image
  • Cool, ergonomic styling
  • Tough as nails exterior
  • A little tight on the ears
  • Could offer more instrumental definition and…
Our Score 8.5