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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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Jabra Sport Wireless Plus Bluetooth Review

  • Durable
  • Light and succinct design
  • Onboard FM radio
  • Affordable
  • Poor sound quality
  • Weak bass
  • Awkward fit
  • Occasional Bluetooth issues
Our Score 5.5

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

Sennheiser Momentum on-ear Review

  • Clear, accurate sound signature
  • Warm, rich bass
  • Superb instrumental spacing
  • Ergonomic minimalist design
  • On the pricey side for an on-ear
Our Score 9

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

Monster iSport Freedom Review

  • Clear, precise upper register
  • Smooth, powerful bass
  • Excellent wireless signal
  • Durable, stay-put design
  • High clamping force makes extended use difficult
  • Doesn’t reach elite sonic definition
  • Bass occasionally heavy
Our Score 7.5

PSB M4U 2 Review

  • Excellent balance and instrumental separation
  • Brilliant detail and dynamic expression
  • Solid noise-cancelling
  • Deep feature set
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Not especially stylish
  • A bit pricey
Our Score 9

Beats by Dre Studio Review

  • Lighter, stronger and sleeker
  • Dual-mode noise-cancelling
  • Auto-off switch
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Effective noise cancelling
  • More controlled bass than before
  • Odd thumping noise in right ear when pushed
  • Response curve seems to change with volume
  • Treble is shrill and piercing at times
  • When battery dies, so does the music
Our Score 7

AIAIAI TMA-1 Studio by Young Guru Review

  • Clear upper register
  • Warm, powerful bass
  • Deep, well defined stereo image
  • Comfortable new padding
  • Lighter instruments sizzle
  • iOS inline mic is clunky
Our Score 8