Recent Headphone Reviews
The new Bowers & Wilkins Px8 flagship active noise cancelling wireless headphones offer more luxurious materials and finishes and upgraded sound quality over the Px7 s2. See what makes this all possible.
Hifiman recognizes the lack of “audiophile” grade Bluetooth headphones and has decided to change that with their Ananda-BT offering. Read our review to see if they’ve pulled it off.
From the company best known for vacuum cleaners, The Dyson Zone is a noise-cancelling headphone that delivers a fresh supply of purified air to the wearers nose and mouth. Hokum? Genius? Read on...
Focal, the high-end speaker manufacturer out of Saint-Étienne, France has expanded its high-end headphone line with a new entrant, Clear.
Soundcore by Anker wants a piece of the pie with their Space Q45 ANC headphones. At only $150, do they compete with name brands in terms of battery life, comfort & sound quality? Read our review.
JBL launched a new “platinum” variation on one of their finest wireless headphones. We review the JBL Everest flagship over-ear, Bluetooth wireless noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones.
Bathys is Focal’s first Bluetooth wireless headphone with Active Noise Cancelling. For $799, these audiophile headphones offer superb audio and a USB DAC Mode that must be heard to be believed.
OSSIC is a new headphone developer founded by veterans of respected hi-fi company Pioneer and computer peripheral company Logitech. Their new OSSIC X promise to bring a true 3D audio experience.
Focal new Utopia 2022 review: Focal has tweaked its flagship bringing light design updates including the M-shaped grille to better match the diaphragm and a new copper/aluminum voice coil.
With Zn, V-MODA has brought an injection of style and reasonably priced high-quality IEMs to the industry. Color us impressed with these earphones as you can read in our review.
Px7 Series2 is Bowers & Wilkins latest NC wireless headphones, an overhaul of Px7. In our review, we discuss a list of updates and improvements over its predecessor including sound quality and comfort.
The RBH HP-2s are lightweight over-ear noise-isolating headphones featuring space-age 45mm beryllium-coated drivers and sound quality beyond their price class. A great alternative to Beats? Read on.
The Monolith M1000ANC headphones we reviewed include Dirac Viruo DSP, memory foam pads, 40-mm drivers, Active Noise Cancelling, 60-hour battery life, unique gesture touch-control UX for only $130!
The PSB M4U Noise Cancelling headphones have good sound quality but fall short on the effectiveness of its active noise cancelling and especially on ergonomics and durability. Read on to find out why.
beyerdynamic wants a piece of the gaming pie with their MMX-100 and MMX-150 gaming headsets. For $100 and $150 respectively, the beyerdynamic headsets are in a crowded field. Read on.
RBH has introduced the mid-range EP3 Noise Isolating Earphones that showcase just how good affordable, portable audio can be. RBH’s EP3 earphones clearly hit the sweet spot in value. Check them out!
HELM Bolt portable DAC/Amp and DB12 inline amplifier with your favorite headphones all add up to portable hi-fi jam session that's so much more than the sum of its parts.
The PM-3 is Oppo’s third planar-magnetic headphone based off the highly acclaimed PM-1 & PM-2. But, the closed-back PM-3 stands apart from its higher-end forefathers in a few key ways discussed here.
Denon released information on their first-ever lineup of true wireless in-ear headphones- The Denon Noise Cancelling Earbuds: AH-C830NCW and Denon Wireless Earbuds: AH-C630W. For more info read on.
The Parrot Zik has been touted as the most technologically-advanced wireless headphones on the market. A recent redesign brings many improvements to an already impressive piece of hardware.
In this review, we compare the DALI IO-6 ($500) and the Shure Aonic 50 ($300) headphones. This comparison review will help you decide which noise-cancelling headphones are right for your needs.
RBH is known for high-end speakers but they also make high-performance earphones that combine an impressive array of the latest wireless technologies including aptX, CSR, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC.
Dan Clark Audio’s new flagship headphone is the Stealth ($4,000). This closed-back planar magnetic headphone is the first in the world to use metamaterial technology. To find out more, read on.
Review: Oppo PM-1 Planar Magnetic Headphones were light enough for long listening sessions and forgiving of poorly recorded music. They have surprising clarity and bass response but a high price tag.
Looking for a new set of dedicated gaming headphones? Check out our review of the $180 EPOS Sennheiser Game Zero gaming headset to see how they fall on the cost vs quality line.
Review: The Alpine Headphones promise to make you "Feel Your Music" with their TKR3 Full Frequency Immersion Technology. We put them to test and find ourselves impresses in more than one way.
Four pairs of IEMs are compared, including the Samsung Buds, Jabra Elite 65T, Sennheiser Momentum and relative newcomer Soundcore Liberty Pro 2. Read our review to see how the Liberty Pro 2 compare.
Review: The DD Audio DXB-03 on-ear headphones offer great looks and sound at a reasonable price. Bass extension, and wood casing with integrated microphone and detachable cable.
Bowers & Wilkins proved with their new PX7 noise-cancelling headphones that they can excel in this space just as well as they do with premium loudspeakers. Read to see why they are our 2020 POY winner.
Review: MuseMini UberBuds are Bluetooth in-ear monitors sporting the newest Bluetooth 4.0 spec. The UberBuds were not without their problems, but, in the end, they sounded pretty good.
Focal's most widely loved headphone, Clear is reaching the end of its life-cycle. But the good news is that it's being replaced by the new Clear Mg, with an updated all-magnesium dome driver.
Review: The KEF M500 on-ear headphones bring comfort, style, and fantastic sound quality to the on-ear headphone category. Some of the best sounding headphones we've reviewed. Highly recommended!
Our ears were delighted to review the Focal Stellia headphones. All the high-end technology and build-material of Focal's flagship headphone Utopia is optimized to fit into a closed-back design with style.
Review: The On1 headphones from thinksound purport to be a studio monitor in an on-ear headphone. With their Eco focus, wood earcups, and extremely light form factor, these are an easy recommendation.
Looking for a new pair of noise cancelling headphones? We take a look at the well known Bose 700 UC and compared it to the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 over the ear headphones. Read on to see which is better.
Review: The Sennheiser Momentum headphones have some of the best sonic qualities I've heard in a $350 headphone. While they do have some issues, the sound more than makes up for them. Recommended!
Celestee is the latest closed-back headphone by Focal aimed the entry level price-point, will replace Elegia in Focal's high-end headphone lineup in an all new color and sound quality.
Review: Onkyo ES-HF300 On-Ear Headphones features 40mm, dual ported titanium drivers. Sound quality and comfort from the brand known for its rugged receivers? Read on to find out.
Naim Audio and Focal are adding two new products to their Bentley Motors design collaboration including some incredible looking headphones and a wireless speaker. Read on to learn more.
Review: The JLab JBuds EPIC in-ear monitor is designed to bring you high quality sound, a design that keeps the headphone in your ear, and a price that won't empty your wallet. They've succeeded!
Atlantic Technology is now shipping its third headphone, a wired over-ear design called the FS-HR280. Aimed at audiophiles, the $299 FS-HR280 is a two-way “Quad Driver” headphone. Read on.
Review: If the OM Audio INEARPEACE in-ear headphones aren't for everyone, it is because not everyone wants accurate sound. With dual drivers, more comfortable than most tips, and a tangle-free cable.
Atlantic Technology released its first two headphone products - the FS-BT210 bluetooth headphones and the FS-HAL1 in-ear-monitors. Do they live up to their name? What our YouTube review to find out.
Review: The RHA MA750 in-ear headphones once again exceeded our expectations for their price point. With bass extension better than others costing much more, these are an easy recommendation.
BE Live5 are premium wireless Bluetooth earbuds by NuForce that makes sound quality a priority, offering both AAC and aptX codecs.Can this be the best $20 you spend? Read on to find out.
Review: B&W;’s C5 in-ear headphones feature an innovative loop design that provides comfort and stability to active users while delivering audiophile performance in a portable package.
We looked at the TMA-2 Bluetooth over-the-ear headphones from AIAIAI. They’re comfortable and sound great, but with a $300 price tag will they be able to compete with name brand headphones?
The Audio-Technica ATH-CP700 do everything you need for active use including staying in place, resisting water, and allowing you to hear outside noises. Unfortunately, that comes at a sonic price.
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have a new physical and acoustic design with new drivers and improved noise cancelling capabilities compared to its predecessor.Check out all the new updates.
The Wicked Audio WI-8500 Evac Headphones don't have many bells but what they do have is $60 worth of sound. When you pay much less for them than the MSRP, you are getting quite the deal.
Dolby’s first ever consumer electronics product is the Dimension wireless headphone which the company has designed specifically for home entertainment. At $599 is it more buck than bang? Read on.
It's hard for me to believe that the RHA SA950i on-ear headphones only retail for $60. Sonically, they perform much better than their price would indicate - I can only imagine what they'd do for $200.
The new AKG N5005 in-ear monitor features a five-way hybrid design employs a single dynamic driver and four balanced armature drivers per side. Is it worth the $1,000 price tag? Read on to find out.
If you are constantly boosting the bass on your music and you tend to listen at moderately loud volumes, you likely need to look no further than the I-MEGO Throne Gold headphones.
Looking for high-performance headphones? We reviewed the $900 P9 Signature HiFi Over-Ear Headphones from Bower and Wilkins. We found them to be an exceptional product and we think you will too.
The $30 id America Metropolitan headphones come in a wide variety of colors to suit just about any style or mood. They have an in-line control and mic for use with your smartphone.
We reviewed Monoprice's newest audio products, the Monolith USB DAC headphone amp and the Monolith M1060C planar magnetic headphones. At $99 and $329, respectively, you get MORE than what you pay for.