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Aliph Jawbone Era

The Aliph Jawbone Era knocks it out of the park with high-end features, amazing audio quality, and innovative design.

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Jawbone Era Headset Midnight

The Aliph Jawbone Era knocks it out of the park with high-end features, amazing audio quality, and innovative design.

t-Jays One earphones

The t-Jays One's audio output is crisp, clear and above all loud. If you can deal with a few minor tangles, they're well worth buying.

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$494.64 at Walmart

Shure SE535

The Shure SE535s may well cause your wallet to spontaneously combust, but they offer top-flight sound quality and are comfortable to wear

Plantronics Voyager PRO

Plantronics' headset design harks back to days when Bluetooth headsets were big and bulky, but it works well.

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Sennheiser IE 8

A blindingly impressive pair of earphones, and more than worthy competitors to the Shure SE530s. As long as you like deep bass, these earphones will bring out dance, drum 'n' bass, rap, rock, metal and pop with admirable skill

Denon AH-D7000

The older D5000s put the icing on the cake, but the D7000s add the artistic decoration to turn that cake into a masterpiece. At £800 they're very pricey, but they're also the most exciting headphones of the year, excelling with rock, folk, acoustic, electronic and metal alike

Audio-Technica ATH W5000

Stunning high-end reference cans, but be aware of their lack of power in the low-end.

Denon AH-D5000

A stunningly beautiful pair of headphones that produce an equally beautiful sound. Although you may need to sell a vital organ to afford them, they'll reward you with amazing reproductions of your music collection. Do them a favour, though, and don't feed them rubbishy MP3s

Shure SE530 noise-isolating Earphones

The SE530s are quite simply the best noise-isolating headphones you can buy, and they cost less than their predecessors -- the Shure E500PTH. They're still pretty expensive but audiophiles will appreciate how truly worth the dosh they are

Shure E500PTH

The E500PTHs make ordinary earphones sound utterly useless in comparison. They're extremely pricey and a complete pain to wear, but it's by far the best solution if you want to listen to music with no compromises

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$197.00 at Amazon

Apple AirPods Pro

While they don't take the crown for best-in-class sound quality, the AirPods Pro are great true wireless headphones that exceed the standard AirPods in nearly every way.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

While not a quantum leap forward over the QC35 IIs, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 offers slightly better noise canceling, sound and call quality.

Sony MDR-1A

The supercomfortable Sony MDR-1A does a good job balancing clarity with just enough of laid-backness to make it a very versatile headphone that's well worth considering if you're looking for a full-size headphone in the $250-$300 range.

Audio Technica ATH-M50x

Quibbles aside, the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones are a modestly improved version of the already spectacular model they're based on, and among the best-sounding pairs you'll find for less than $200.

Plantronics Voyager Edge Jet Black

The Plantronics Voyager Edge's impressive hands-free call quality and sleek size makes it a smarter buy than the fashionable Jawbone Era.

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$76.99 at Amazon

Plantronics Voyager Legend

The $99.99 Plantronics Voyager Legend big boom microphone isn't for the fashion conscious but its superb call audio quality and comfortable fit make it an excellent buy.

Audio-Technica ATH-M50

The Audio-Technica ATH-M50 Professional Studio Monitor Headphones are among the best available for less than $200, offering excellent sound and build quality.

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