Mini ReviewWe loved the original NuForce BE6, but the refreshed BE6i is even better.
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Subtle and detailed, the Optoma NuForce HEM6s are a great pair of in-ears, but are they good enough to justify the price?
Marshall's beautiful on-ear headphones know how to rock, but noisy Bluetooth and plastic frame threaten to end the show before it starts.
French audio company Focal may be known for its high-fidelity loudspeakers, but its entry-level Listen headphones blew us away.
The market leader in noise-cancelling headphones has gone wireless, and you're not going to be missing those wires any time soon.
They may not feel like a premium pair of cans, but the sound quality of the K92s more than make up for the plastic exterior.
What sort of sound can $50/£40 buy you? Let's go ears-on with the Shure SE112 and find out.
These headphones have not only brought Bose's noise cancelling technology to a pair of in-ears, they've also made it variable to boot.