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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Monster Cable Beats by Dr Dre Tour

Monster Cable's Beats by Dr Dre Tour in-ear headphones have a stylish design and reasonable sound quality. Their noise isolation isn't the best and the advertised tangle-free cable isn’t completely tangle-free. If image is important to you then these headphones are a decent option, but there are better-sounding alternatives for the same price.

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  • 10th Feb., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Monster Cable
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  • Pros:
  • Stylish design, relatively comfortable, flat cable doesn't get tangled as easily as standard headphone cables, good bass, crisp and detailed sound
  • Cons:
  • "Tangle-free" cable isn't completely tangle-free, microphonics evident when cable is touched, average noise isolation, overpowering mid-range, no microphone for mobile phone use


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