They bounce with life, their sound is far above their price, partly because these are another contribution from the studio side of headgear.
Use your favourite wired headphones, but enjoy wireless freedom around the home.
A beautiful object, the P9 Signature, offering a level of luxury to which upmarket B&W owners may well aspire.
We gave an award to beyerdynamic's DT 1990 Pro open-back headphones - but how to the closed-back DT 1770 Pros sound alongside?
The new Klipsch Reference On-ears sound full and weighty, and are particularly well-balanced to work against the background noise of commuting.
A straightforward Bavarian headphone that does things well, and at a good price.
A double dose of tech, with planar magnetic drivers plus the option of that suddenly rather useful $100 Lightning cable...
Bose combines Bluetooth with noise-cancelling — great, except you can’t turn it off.
Sennheiser’s Bluetooth noise-cancellers talk to you and let you mess with the sound in a great many ways. Why did they do that?
Sony’s Bluetooth noise-cancellers are up at $699, but they get nearly everything right.
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