Best Headphones of 2010

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Best On-Ear Headphones:

Koss-Porta-ProKoss Porta-Pro$50.00

The Koss Porta-Pro headphones are an established favorite among headphone lovers in the know. Over 20 years of satisfied fans can’t be wrong. There’s no doubt that their look is old-school, and that the headband could use an update. But at a $50.00 asking price, these units’ value is as relevant now as it was in the ‘80s. One of the best kept secrets in headphones.

Check out CNET’s Koss PortaPro Headphones Review.

Grado-SR60 Grado SR60$100.00

Another classic favorite! For decades, headphone enthusiasts have raved that Grado’s retro-styled headphones are the best on-ear options you can get for under $100.00. We agree. Their open-backed design doesn’t block much noise, but makes for an incredible private listening session.

Check out CNET’s Grado SR60 Review.

Monster-Beats-by-dr.-dre-SOMonster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo$199.99

The Solo, offers contemporary style, supreme comfort and plenty of bass in an extremely well- constructed headphone model that also doubles as an iPhone talking device. $199.99

Check out our Beats by Dr. Dre Solo Review.

Vizio-LCD-Bluetooth-HeadphoVizio LCD Bluetooth Headphones$TBA

Details are scant on Vizio’s venture into personal audio, but we look forward to checking out this revolution in headgear that features dual 1.4-inch circular LCD screens and Bluetooth wireless capability. We have a feeling that these will grab a lot of attention when the general public sees them.

You can look forward to a detailed review from shortly.

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