Latest headphone reviews
Shure's experience making noise isolating in-ear monitors for musicians tells in this latest pair of true wireless earbuds
Beats recently launched a new pair of workout earphones, finally replacing the Powerbeats 3 Wireless. Here's what we make of 2020's Powerbeats.
Top headphones capable of handling lossless 48kHz digital audio from Apple devices.
Samsung's third-gen true wireless earbuds are here. These buds are considerably better than the first generation, but are they quite good enough?
Marshall’s made a great pair of headphones here, with ANC adding to the Monitor’s classy, balanced sound.
You might think you need to spend upwards of £250 to get a good pair of noise cancelling headphones. Sennheiser is here to let you know that you don't
If you're looking for high-end headphones, the D9200 deliver sensational sound quality, and a lovely design complete with Japanese wood and leather.
These wireless in-ears sell themselves on affordability, but does that mean compromise to sound quality and fit? Read on and find out.
If you're looking for wired-only, studio-style headphones then V-Moda does a stellar job of delivering big yet neutral audio from these over-ear cans.
The success of the TicPods 2 Pro will depend very much on whether you find them comfortable and if they fit your ears. For us that was the downfall.
Take the much-loved MW07 in-ears and add sportier appeal and you've got the MW07 Go. Here's what we make of the brand's new angle for these headhones.
We got to have a listen to the Philips ST702 true wireless sports headphones during a dedicated Philips event in Amsterdam.
Philips Fidelio is finally back, starting with a new version of its much-loved stereo headphones: the Philips Fidelio X3.
The 2019 active noise-cancelling cans from Bose are a step above the QC35 II. Improved comfort, multi-level ANC and beam-form voice isolation feature.
Lighter and with a more flexible headband, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 headphones are more comfortable over elongated listening bouts than their predeces...
In the T5 True Wireless, Klipsch has created some of the best sounding pairs of in-ears we've ever listened to.
Audio-Technica has been busy with its true wireless range recently, adding to it at IFA 2019 last September with some cheaper models. Now here at CES ...
Technics has a pair of true wireless headphones - but how do they sound?
There's been a lot of movement in true wireless headphones in recent years and the Jabra Elite 75t are a great example and easy to recommend.
The Powerbeats Pro killer workout and running earphones. They're easily the most comfortable in ears we've worn, they sound great and go for hours.
With the MW07 Plus, Master & Dynamic has kept everything that made the original MW07 great and added much better battery life and noise-cancelling.
Rather than just offering tweaks, the Pro model completely redesigns the in-ear experience, adding active noise-cancelling (ANC) and much more.
The third-gen H9 introduce voice assistant and improved battery life. The price tag is steep, but the quality is unquestionable. The best over-ears?
Beats has revamped its most popular pair of on-ear headphones, adding a premium design touch and advanced features like active noise-cancelling (ANC).
Bowers & Wilkins has introduced a family of new ANC headphones, with the over-ear PX7, neckband alternative PI4 and this pair of on-ears, the PX5.
True wireless earphones are plentiful these days and entering the fray is almost mandatory. That said, the market-leading Apple AirPods are so good fo...
The Jaybird Vista is a great pair of running earphones, offering value-for-money appeal that's synonymous with the brand.
Bowers & Wilkins enters the neckband wireless in-ears market with two models, including the PI3 we got to listen to at the launch event.
As lightweight on-ear headphones go, this AKG pair offers Bluetooth wireless, epic battery life, good sound and comfort - all for a fair price point.
Sennheiser has launched a new pair of wireless ANC over-ear headphones. Read our review to find out where they succeed and where they don't.
Bluetooth headphones with active noise-cancelling tend to cost a fair whack - but not this JBL set, which is feature heavy for a bargain price.
One of first to market with true wireless in-ears with active noise-cancellation technology, the Air+ deliver ace sound at an exceptional price.
Never heard of this brand? Well, put these over-ears on and the sound quality will blow you away. It's just a shame some design elements lack.
The first wire-free in-ear headphones from British brand Cambridge Audio, the Melomania 1 offer great sound and epic battery life for the price.
Sony has become one of the leaders in noise-cancelling headphones and its true wireless WF-1000XM3 earbuds are a prime example why.
RHA has long been a company renowned for producing quality earphones at a low price. With the TrueConnect it's produced AirPod-beaters at a low price.
Bluetooth version of the classic. There's no noise-cancelling, but for at-home listening these over-ears are well-priced and deliver exemplary sound.
V-Moda may be better known for its striking over ears, but with the BassFit it wants to bring great sound to your workouts.
Master and Dynamic MW65 is the company's first compact, travel-friendly headphones with active noise-cancelling (ANC) built in. And they're a hit.
The updated wire-free BeoPlay E8 has subtle refinements to take these in-ears to the next level.
Can The Bose Frames replace your sunglasses and headphones in one fell swoop? Will they make your Ray-Bans and AirPods redundant? Here's our review.
With no headphone socket on the Apple iPhone you've either got to go Lightning connector or Bluetooth wireless. Apple is hoping you'll opt for the lat...
The 2nd generation AirPods add wireless charging to the case. But with a divisive design and high price point are these the wireless in-ears to buy?
For its latest wire-free earphone creation, Samsung has stripped back the features and focused on what's really important. Has it worked?
Want great sounding wire-free buds? The True Wireless is late to the game but bring USB-C charging and a carry case along with their big asking price.
Intuitive rotational dial controls are the pièce de résistance here, while good sound quality and noise-cancelling show Microsoft has big potential.
The ATH-DSR5BT review is AT's flagship pair of in-ears, but do they deliver on their pricey position?
With three levels of noise-cancelling, the top-spec A-T over-ears for 2019 deliver Hi-Res Audio quality over wires or via Bluetooth aptX.
WIth ANC, huge 12mm drivers and a comfortable fit, are these the in-ears to beat?
Find out how the world's first planar magnetic wireless in-ears faired in our test
Well designed, Nokia's True Wireless effort is actually rather good.