Headphone reviews of 2010

Headphone reviews: compare our reviews of wireless headphones, gaming, sports, noise canceling ear-buds and more.

We've rounded up our headphone reviews of 2010, from TDK, Sennheiser, Jays, Atomic Floyd, Logitech and more. Compare our reviews of wireless headphones, gaming, sports, noise canceling ear-buds and more.

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Jays q-Jays

If you've got a bit of money to spend on some high quality in-ear headphones, we'd definitely consider the Jays q-Jays to be a strong contender. They're on par with high-end performers from audio specialists like Ultimate Ears and have excellent sound quality, tending slightly more towards all-out detail over musicality. They respond very well to equalisation though, making them a great choice for avid music listeners.

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  • 30th Nov., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Jays
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  • Pros:
  • Tiny size, excellent sound quality and detail, wide variety of included eartips
  • Cons:
  • We don't like the cord length, changing the eartips is fiddly work
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