The Monster DNA Pro headphones are a step forward in design and sound quality, but some users may find the earcups too narrow.
Whether you're out listening to your MP3 player or out at home with your high-end stereo, your headphone choice is critical. Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which type of headphones you want, use the links at the left to get more options.
Win a pair of distinctive-looking headphones with ear cups made from wood. Normally, these 'phones would cost you $199, but this is your chance to get a pair for free.
The $300 MDR-1A looks very similar to its predecessor, the MDR-1R, but it sounds slightly better and has some small design improvements.
Thanks to some design tweaks, the second-generation Momentum is now more comfortable to wear, folds for storage and has arguably improved a little on the sound front.
Skullcandy's Hesh 2 may not be a great wireless headphone, but it's a reasonably good value at $100.
At $379.95, the Beats Studio Wireless is a premium over-the-ear Bluetooth headphone equipped with active noise-cancellation. It's one of the more comfortable, better-sounding Bluetooth headphones, but its price is steep.
A new complaint from a hearing-aid maker says Apple's EarPods headphones could confuse customers about its Hearpods product.
The new Inspiration line lets you express your personal style and block out external sound.
It's a classic audiophile design: the large, over-the-ear Koss ESP-950 sounds like no other headphone.
Although it carries a lofty list price of $450, B&O's first over-ear Bluetooth headphone is quite nice -- and sounds quite good, too.