Sennheiser’s HD 558 headphones are expensive but sound beautiful and feel like they should last for years.
Maxell's Drumsoundz are cheap but too bassy for our comfort.
This large but surprisingly comfortable headset provides excellent audio quality and fairly convincing surround sound, but its 5.1 predecessor is cheaper.
Excellent sound quality, comfort and durability make these headphones a great choice for anyone that's broken a set of headphones or just want a set they can carry without fear.
The Remix Remote earphones are effective at blocking out background noise, but they don't sound as balanced as we'd like.
The MC5 earphones sound generally well-balanced, but their noise isolation isn't as effective as we hoped.
The Creative HS-930i earphones aren't cheap but they sound great and have reasonably effective noise isolation.
Unless you're a fitness enthusiast, or just tend to get dirty quite often, the Philips SHQ3000 earphones are of limited appeal.
Phonak's first entry into the consumer headphone market rivals the best out there, but they're expensive
The Creative EP-3NC earphones combine well-balanced sound quality with incredibly effective noise cancellation.