Product of the Year, Awards 2017. Sennheiser’s Momentum range continues to grow and so does our admiration for it – these are superb in-ears for the money
We got our hands and ears on some £35,700 headphones. Read our first impressions of the new Sennheiser Orpheus.
The latest over-ear headphones from Sennheiser promise 'massive bass and clear treble' – do they deliver?
Almost a full-house but not quite, the Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones are still a good-sounding, stylish pair of portable cans
Best in-ear headphones £300+, Awards 2015. The IE 800s shine a light on Sennheiser’s entire operation. As headphones for your portable device, though, they’re probably overkill
Best wireless headphones, Awards 2012. A must-audition for owners of aptX-enabled phones and laptops
They're stylish in the extreme, but these open-backed Sennheisers are also refined performers with a smooth presentation
We like Sennheiser's CX880i's a lot, with their great sense of verve and drive, but there's also a thin edge there that some might not like
These closed-back, fold-away cans from Sennheiser feature an on-ear design that shies away from any kind of sonic attack
These Sennheiser over-ears will certainly appeal to those who are after plenty of bass with their music
Luxuriantly appointed and complete with surround mode and apt-x embellishments, Sennheiser's PX360-BT's aren't cheap, but they're worth it
Senneheiser's MM60s are open and controlled headphones, with a balanced sound. Remember they're open-backed though if you commute!
Yes, we know the lanyard design is a bit unusual, but get beyond that and what you get is good musicality and detailing from these headphones
Best in-ear headphones up to £50, Awards 2010. Sennheiser's CX 300-II's offer a no-brainer upgrade for your portable player at a good price
Not quite the same level of insight as Sennheiser's pricier IE7s or IE8s, but they remain a great purchase
Comfortable, the buds sit snugly in your ear. Sound is weighty and solid with a real sense of spaciousness
These Sennheisers have been around for a while, but they still sound good, even if they're no longer the best
The PXC350s are a cut price version of the PXC450s - the sound drives along nicely and value for money is good, although we prefer the PXC450s for noi
They might be cheap, but these on-ear 'phones aren't cheerful, with a lean performance that quickly wears away at you
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