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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Nokia BH-905

The Nokia BH-905 Bluetooth headphones are among the best sounding wireless headphones we've reviewed. They aren't perfect and obviously won't attract audiophiles, but the convenience of using a wired or wireless connection, the range of bundled accessories and the ability to handle phone calls make these headphones an impressive product -– albeit one with a premium price.

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  • 14th Jan., 2010
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • Nokia
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  • Pros:
  • Excellent sound quality, decent build quality, wired and wireless connections, solid voice call performance, punchy bass, good noise cancellation
  • Cons:
  • Ears quickly become hot, mid-range lacks detail, slight background hissing in Bluetooth mode, expensive
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