There’s no shortage of travel-savvy wireless noise-cancelling headphones on the market to choose from. But Pioneer has managed to load up on functionality – at an attractive price.
Planar magnetic headphones at an attractive price, a custom variant of a Fostex pair which we’ve previously enjoyed. So what’s different?
Hand-built in Brooklyn from Norwegian wood, the new GH3 should extend further the strong following for Grado’s unique headphone designs.
Magical music, fine construction and a not unreasonable price makes these perhaps the top bargain among our group test of headphones.
Detailed but never clinical, these headphones revealed details of music we’d never previously noticed, yet they’re not short of the deep stuff.
Electrostatic earspeakers and dedicated driver unit together form the headphone system here, from one of the great longstanding brands, Stax.
Our first encounter with Blue headphones proves a great success, with the range-topping Ellas delivering two modes of fine sound.
Audeara’s app gives you a hearing test, then programs the A-01 headphones to compensate for your personal profile. Is it a miracle experience?
Using ‘QuietPoint’ noise-cancellation with a twist, Audio-Technica delivers a careful balance between the different demands of wired and wireless sound.
RoomFeel makes PSB headphones sound more like loudspeakers. Now they are wireless with noise-cancelling, does this spoil the effect?
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