Woody tries out the SR325is and finds he not only likes the sound, but also the no-nonsense look of these Grado headphones.
Crutchfield hits the gym to try out the latest sports headphones from Bose®, Bowers & Wilkins, Denon, Klipsch, and Sony.
Now you can enjoy all the advantages of an outboard digital-to-analog converter and a headphone amp while listening to music directly from your iPod, iPad or iPhone. Woody tries out the NuForce iDo.
Our second headphone shootout using the Crutchfield Listening bar focused on noise-cancelling headphones.
Harman Kardon's 2013 headphone line is perfect for anyone who wants great sound on the go. They've got in-ear, on-ear, and around-the-ear models to suit your needs, and all models come with a useful in-line remote for when you're using it with your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. Plus they feature classic styling and the sound you'd expect from Harman Kardon.
The Klipsch A5i sport headphones are designed to stay comfortably in place even during intense exercise. They may be designed for active use, but their dynamic sound makes the A5i a great pair of headphones for everyday use as well.
Crutchfield advisor CJ tried out the PowerBeats sport headphones at the gym and tells how they did during his workout.
Denon's Exercise Freak in-ear headphones are built for people on the go. They're designed to stay on while you work out, plus deliver pulse-pounding sound to help keep you moving.
Denon's ultra-versatile Globe Cruiser headphones give you Bluetooth and noise-canceling functions in a great-sounding, comfortable headphone built for the busy traveler.
Denon's Globe Cruiser in-ear Bluetooth headphones put you in control with a compact, comfortable headset built for the frequent traveler. They let you wirelessly stream music and take calls from your compatible device while keeping it safely stowed in your pocket or bag.
Denon's Music Maniac in-ear headphones are small yet robust, built to blow away expectations for listeners used to punchless stock earbuds. The Music Maniacs use dual balanced armature drivers to generate stunning clarity across the musical spectrum, from deep bass to smooth mids and shimmering highs.
ClarityOne headphones let you play loud without cranking up the volume. Crutchfield Advisor CJ tells us why enjoys the EB-110 in-ear headphones.
Sennheiser's IE 60 and IE 80 in-ear headphones give you great sound and a comfortable fit.
CJ, Crutchfield advisor, tried out the Monster® iSport Immersion sports headphones. He was impressed by how they blocked out the noise at the gym, and how they were are machine-washable after a workout.
Tara W. checks out Polk's booth at CES, where athletes give the Polk Audio UltraFit 500 and 1000 sports headphones a real workout.
The Beats by Dr. Dre Studio are headphones designed to replicate studio sound and reduce external noise so you can focus on your music.
Jimmy, Senior Advisor Manager at Crutchfield, tried out the Bose® QuietComfort® 15 headphones. He's used them for travel, but really likes to use them when he mows the lawn. He tells us about their sound, comfort and the in-line mic and remote.
CJ, a Crutchfield advisor, tried out the Polk Audio UltraFit headphones and gave them a real workout at the gym. He tells us about the 500, 1000, 2000 and 3000; how they fit and how they sound.
J.R., a Crutchfield advisor, tried out these AKG K840KL wireless headphones. He tells us how they sounded, and how he was able to do chores and play drums while wearing them.
Eric Palonen from Sennheiser was at Crutchfield for a training, and showed us the Mobile Music series headphones.