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Sennheiser raises a glass to its uppermost production headphone. The results are predictably glorious.
Sennheiser’s successor to the HD 650 home headphone throws your musical windows wide open.
Single-sided cells of pulsing electrostatic goodness — a new concept from a kinda-new company delivers great delight.
At $77,999 these are the most expensive headphones in the world - though you do get an impressive valve headphone amp included. Best sound ever?
We love the style, we love the sound, and the value — at $349, the triple drivers here (two active, one passive) achieve great quality for the price.
It is unheard of us to wear a pair of headphones daily for a month and not write a word about them. Yet that’s what happened with the Space One. Why?
You decide on the bling. For sonics, they’re fair value.
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.
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