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.
Unusual planar-magnetic lows with thrilling highs — HiFiMan delivers a superb headphone, and one happy to play even from portable sources.
Sennheiser’s $2599.95 HE 800 S headphones driven by a $2799.95 dedicated amplifier. ‘Crafted for perfection’, they say. Sheer magnificence?
From our group test of noise-cancelling headphones this issue, the Philips designs lack executive appeal, but are usefully small, nicely balanced and affordable.
From our group test of noise-cancelling headphones this issue, beautiful sounds from these Audio-Technicas.
Planar magnetic headphones which deliver the beauty of planar sound without the spill.
A high-tech and relatively high-end design, the Momentum Wireless is not cheap but proved a great success, especially in overcoming Bluetooth limitations.
What a delight — here is a reasonably-priced headphone to which we can give our full recommendation.
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