Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in headphones.

Kygo Sound A9/600 BT review

Norwegian DJ Kygo is a Spotify superstar, and he's got his own line of signature headphones. We got the opportunity to test out the flagship model -- the A9/600 BT -- and came away quite impressed. See Full Review »

Our Score 8

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Optoma NuForce BE6i Review

  • Attractive, durable design
  • Simple, intuitive control scheme
  • Strong bass and balanced soundstage
  • Tons of included tips for snug fit
  • aptX, AAC support
  • Large and heavy
  • Signal dropouts as battery wanes
  • Not particularly loud at max volume
Our Score 8

1More Quad Driver Review

  • Crystal clear upper register
  • Warm and firm bass response
  • Sterling detail across the board
  • Sleek and robust build quality
  • Loaded accessories package
  • Fit finicky for some ears
  • Dollar value not as impressive as Triple Driver
Our Score 8

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9 Review

  • Deep, rich bass
  • Gorgeous design
  • Robust, luxurious build quality
  • Removable battery
  • Shorter battery life than competitors
  • Annoying touch controls
  • Priciest in their class by a long shot
Our Score 6

Blue Satellite Review

  • Wide stereo image
  • Excellent passive noise isolation
  • Noisy Bluetooth connection
  • Hard clamping force
  • Difficult controls
Our Score 5

Blue Ella Review

  • Vivid instrumental reproduction
  • Fluid and detailed upper register
  • Balanced and expansive soundstage
  • Built-in amp for mobile use
  • Closed-back design offers more versatility
  • Heavy
  • Hard clamping force can be intrusive
Our Score 8

Jays u-Jays Wireless Review

  • Clear sound signature with excellent stereo…
  • Simple, elegant design
  • Intuitive and lockable touch controls
  • Great battery life
  • Headband could be more comfortable
  • No included case
Our Score 8

Erato Muse 5 Review

  • Great passive noise isolation
  • Solid connectivity
  • Competitive battery life
  • Intuitive controls
  • Uncomfortable over longer listening sessions
  • Muddy bass and tinny treble at higher volumes
  • Notable latency when watching videos
Our Score 6

Master and Dynamic MW50 Review

  • Gorgeous, well-built design
  • Warm, powerful, and detailed sound signature
  • Expansive soundstage
  • Extremely comfortable
  • Extended Bluetooth range
  • Battery life could be better
  • Premium design begs premium pricing
Our Score 8