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#1 Bowers & Wilkins P3 headphone

About  $125.00

The Bowers & Wilkins P3 portable headphones have a closed, on-ear design. These headphones are intended for use with iPods, iPads, some cell phones, as well as standard audio devices. This model has earphones that can fold for storage or traveling. The P3 comes with a detachable 47-inch standard audio cable, a detachable 47-inch alternate audio cable with built-in remote and mic for iPod/iPhone connections, and a storage case. It is covered by a 24-month warranty, longer than most.

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Design and features:Although this portable on-ear model uses a closed design, these headphones don't form a tight seal with the ears so you'll be able to hear a doorbell ring, or car horn while wearing these headphones. They have medium-high sensitivity, so they can provide satisfying volume levels when used with home audio equipment and even lower-powered portable audio devices. The P3 has a volume control plus an integrated microphone and player function controls that are compatible with iPads, some iPods, and some iPhones and some other cellphones. The call connect/disconnect button can be used with some iPhones and some other cellphones. The earcups on this model can fold for traveling or storage. The headphones come with a detachable standard audio cable, a detachable alternate audio cable with built-in remote and mic for iPod/iPhone connections, and a storage case.

Sound quality: We found the P3 delivers good overall sound quality, with a warm character. Bass has good impact, but is smeared and lacks detail and definition. Midrange is muffled and a bit nasal and grainy, and treble is soft with an upper treble roll-off. Overall sound is closed in, with so-so dynamics.

Comfort: We found that these headphones are generally comfortable; there is a sense of moderately light pressure on the ears. The cloth ear pads might feel hot after prolonged use.

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#2 House of Marley Liberate headphone

About  $55.00

The House of Marley Liberate portable headphones have a closed, on-ear design. These iPod/cellphone-centric headphones have a 51-inch audio cord with a modified stereo 4-contact mini-plug that works with iPods, iPads, iPhones, and some cellphones, but it may not be compatible with other audio devices. The headphones have an inline microphone and inline remote with and integrated volume, music player function, and call connect/disconnect controls. The Liberate comes with a carrying bag and is covered by a 24-month warranty.

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Design and features:Although this portable on-ear model lacks active noise reduction, the closed design helps to reduce both outside noise and sound leaking out into your environment. The headphones have high sensitivity so they can provide satisfying volume levels when used even with lower-powered portable audio devices. The Liberate has an inline volume control that works with iPads and some iPod and iPhone models, plus an integrated microphone and player function controls that are compatible with iPads, some iPods, and some iPhones and some other cellphones. The call connect/disconnect button can be used with some iPhones and some other cellphones. These headphones may not operate properly with some non-iPod players or other audio equipment. This model comes with a carrying bag.

Sound quality: The Liberate delivers good overall sound, with a warm character. Bass has decent impact but is a bit pronounced, lethargic, and lacks definition. It also doesn't go deep. Midrange is recessed and somewhat muffled, and treble is uneven-- lower treble is slightly prominent compared to the midrange, while mid- and upper-treble are very rolled off. Overall sound is closed in, with so-so dynamics.

Comfort: We found that these headphones produce a sense of moderate pressure on the ears, and the earpads might feel hot and/or sticky after prolonged use.

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#3 JBL by Harman Synchros S300a headphone

About  $95.00

The JBL by Harman Synchros S300a portable headphones have a closed, on-ear design. These iPod/cellphone-centric headphones have a detachable 48-inch audio cord with a stereo/modified stereo 4-contact mini-plug that works with iPods, iPads, iPhones, and some cellphones, but it may not be compatible with other audio devices. The headphones have an inline microphone and inline remote with an integrated volume, music player function, and call connect/disconnect controls. The S300 has earcups that fold and swivel flat for travel and storage. This model comes with a carrying case, and is covered by a 12-month warranty.

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Design and features:Although this portable on-ear model lacks active noise reduction, the closed design helps to reduce both outside noise and sound leaking out into your environment. The headphones have medium-high sensitivity so they can provide satisfying volume levels even when used with lower-powered portable audio devices. The S300a has a 48-inch-long detachable audio cable with an inline volume control that works with some Android and Windows smart phone models, plus an integrated microphone and player function controls that are compatible with iPads, some iPods, some Android phones, Windows phones, iPhones, and some other cell phones. The call connect/disconnect button can be used with some Android phones, Windows phones, iPhones and some other cellphones. These headphones may not operate properly with some non-iPod players or other non-smartphone audio equipment. This model has earcups that swivel and fold flat for travel and storage, and it comes with a carrying case.

Sound quality: The JBL S300a delivers good overall sound, with a warm character. Bass has lots of impact, but is very pronounced, thuddy, and boomy. Midrange is constricted, gritty, and overwhelmed by the bass. Treble is recessed, and upper treble is rolled off. Overall sound is closed in, with so-so dynamics.

Comfort: We found that these headphones produce a sense of moderate pressure on the ears, and the earpads might feel hot and/or sticky after prolonged use.

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#4 UrbanEars Plattan headphone

About  $49.00

The UrbanEars Plattan closed, portable on-ear headphones sit on the ears. These headphones, which come with a 46-inch audio cord with a modified stereo mini-plug are intended for use with iPods, iPads, some cell phones, as well as standard audio devices. The headphones have an inline microphone and a remote with player and call connect/disconnect controls. This model also has an earpiece mini-jack for connecting a second set of headphones, a standard stereo min plug adapter extension, and a Nokia cellphone-compatible mini-plug adapter extension. It's covered by a 12-month warranty.

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Design and features:While this portable on-ear model features a closed design, it doesn't form a tight seal with the ears so you'll be able to hear a door bell or car horn when you're wearing the headphones. This model has high sensitivity, so they can provide satisfying volume levels when used with home audio equipment and even lower-powered portable audio devices. The Plattan has an inline microphone and remote control with player controls that work with iPads and some iPods and iPhones, and Nokia, HTC, and Blackberry phone models. The call connect/disconnect feature is compatible with the iPhone, and some Nokia, HTC, and Blackberry models. A unique feature is a jack on one of the earpieces that lets a second pair headphones be connected. This model also has a standard stereo mini-plug adapter extension and a Nokia cellphone-compatible mini-plug adapter extension.

Sound quality: We found the Plattan delivers good overall sound with a slightly warm character. The slightly prominent bass has good impact but so-so definition. The lower midrange seems to be absent; the remainder of the midrange is soft, hazy, and somewhat constricted. Treble is hazy and rolled off. Overall sound is closed in, with compressed dynamics.

Comfort: We found that these headphones are comfortable, with some sense of pressure on the ears. The vinyl ear pads might feel hot and/or sticky after prolonged use.

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