In-ear vs. on-ear, circumaural vs. supraaural, open vs. closed back -- shopping for the right pair of headphones can be tough, but CNET's on the job with a buying guide to help you narrow down your choices.
Though the ultra-affordable Sennheiser HD 201 headphones provide natural sound and capable performance, commuters may find the low volume output an issue when listening to music in highly trafficked environments.
A durable, noise-isolating, travel-friendly headphone can transport your brain to its happy place, so check out my top picks to make your urban commute a little more bearable.
If you're looking for the ultimate luxury headphones, the $8,000 Muramasa VIII is a good contender.
The best-ever-sounding headphones from Shure will dazzle audiophiles.
Hifiman may not have the name recognition of the major headphone manufacturers, but it still manages to make world-class headphones.
There are plenty of headphones out there--noise-canceling, in-ear, circumaural, etc...but if all you're looking for is an inexpensive, durable, all-around performer that won't isolate you from the outside world, we highly recommend the $89 Sennheiser PX 100-IIi headphones.
Marley brand headphones and iPhone speakers blend the style and eco-conscious ethos of Bob Marley with modern audio technology.
Open-back headphones let you hear the world around you and closed-back headphones hush external noise. We compare the two types.
Shure is well-known for its extended line of sound isolating in-ear headphones, but the company never ventured into the full-size design space...until now.