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1. Bower & Wilkins P5

Rating – 9/10

Get closer to your favourite music wherever you are with the P5 noise-isolating headphones.

– Mobile supra aural headphone with noise isolation
– iPhone compatible remote control

Impedance : 26 ohms
Frequency Response : 10Hz – 20 kHz
Sensitivity : 115 dB

2. Denon AH-D1100

Rating – 8 /10

Denon’s AH-D1100 over-the-ear headphones shun style and celebrity shenanigans for old-school audiophile sound quality.

– Gold plated plug

Style : Binaural, ear-cup
Impedance : 32 ohms
Frequency Response : 5 – 37,000 Hz
Sensitivity : 101 dB/mW

3. Sennheiser HD 598

Rating – 8/10

– Open, around-the-ear design with replaceable velour padded earcups
– Padded adjustable headband for a comfortable, custom fit
– Sennheiser “Ergonomic Acoustic Refinement” (E.A.R.) design channels audio signals
– Advanced Duofol diaphragms for transparency and minimal distortion
– Special diaphragm geometry reduces intermodulation distortion
– Surround reflector for extended spatial sound field
– Premium beige and high-gloss burl wood parts for a sophisticated finish
– 10-foot detachable oxygen-free copper cable with full-sized headphone plug

Style : Around-the-ear
Impedance : 50 ohms
Frequency Response : 12-38,500 Hz
Sensitivity : 112 dB

3. Philips Fidelio L1

Rating – 7/10

They look great, are very comfortable and sound great too. We found they need an amp for the best results, and they let in sound a bit more than some closed-back headphones

– High-definition optimally vented neodymium speaker drivers
– Carefully tested drivers for the best balance in sound
– Engineered aluminum earshells for acoustic precision
– Excellent noise isolation and spacious listening experience
– Speakers tilted to the ear’s natural angle for clarity
– Frequency response tuned to discerning listeners’ preference
– Acoustic semi-open back architecture for natural sound

Impedance : 26 ohms
Frequency Response : 12 – 25,000 Hz
Sensitivity : 105 dB


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