Audio-Technica’s Kokutan range-topping wooden headphones are a mightily tempting, but pricey, proposition.
Sennheiser’s mid-range noise-cancelling headphones have plenty of features and a strong reputation to maintain.
These noise-cancelling headphones occupy the middle ground, but do they earn a recommendation at this price?
These JBL noise-cancelling cans are proof that you don’t need to pay a premium for decent performance.
B&W’s latest flagship noise-cancellers are the first pair to debut next-gen aptX Adaptive Bluetooth – and they sound great.
If you can look past the guide lights gimmick, these Beyerdynamics have a judicious and thoughtful presentation.
They've got the looks, build and specs of a premium pair of noise-cancelling headphones, but have they got the sound?
JBL’s latest true wireless in-ear headphones have plenty to live up to – and they sure do look good on paper.
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