Editor's choice headphones

These are our top picks for headphones in the last 12 months.

These are our top picks for headphones in the last 12 months. We've cherry-picked these headphones to receive our Editor's Choice award for their combinations of sound quality, comfort, value and design.

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SE315
4.50

1. Shure SE315 earphones

The SE315’s design and ergonomics are as good as it gets for in-ear-canal headphones without stepping up to custom models. The SE315’s sound quality is almost as good as its design, with a neutral balance and great detail, missing only ...
Review Date: 14th Feb., 2012
RRP: $ 250.00
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RS 220
4.50

2. Sennheiser RS 220 wireless hi-fi headphones

Sennheiser's RS 220 wireless headphones genuinely surprised us: their sound quality is easily on par with the better wired models we've heard, and they have the advantage of being completely wireless. We didn't experience any drop-outs or loss of sound ...
Review Date: 5th March, 2012
RRP: $ 649.95
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XBA-3
4.00

3. Sony XBA-3 in-ear headphones

Sony's high-end in-ear headphones are a surprising package. These headphones sound impressively musical, but could be slightly more detailed in higher frequencies. They're well constructed apart from an annoying cord design.
Review Date: 24th April, 2012
RRP: $ 329.95
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QuietComfort 15
3.50

4. Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones

Bose’s QuietComfort 15 headphones aren’t the most expensive the company has, but we think they have the equal best noise cancelling circuitry of any Bose headphones. These headphones are perfectly suited to the executive traveller or frequent jet-setter but are ...
Review Date: 8th Aug., 2011
RRP: $ 499.00
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