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Top ten Headphones: Best Headphones for 2019 Round up

Here we will roundup the best headphones that are available to buy in 2019. We collate all the best reviews around the web for laptops and condense it into a bite size, easy to read format for you.

The Philips Fidelio X2 takes the crown with a very impressive 95.6% TechXpert score agreggated across all the tech reviewers. This pair of headphones has been out a few years now but that hasn’t stopped audiophiles from purchasing this excellent pair of headphones.

If you want to look at alternatives, take a look at the Sony WH-1000XM3 which is also equally as impressive.

1. Philips Fidelio X2 – 95.6% TechXpert Score

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  • Fantastic sound quality for the price, but the open-back design means you can’t take the Fidelio X2 out of the house. – Expertreviews review – 100%
  • Brilliant headphones for a brilliant price. – Techradar review – 100%
  • If you’re looking for unrivalled comfort, an eye-pleasing design and impressive sound quality, the X2s deliver in spades. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • It may not be obvious, but headphones that fit perfectly with your portable mobile device on the go is not necessarily the best choice for your ‘proper’ stereo at home. – Soundvision review – 88%
  • Doing things a little differently this time around, we’ll start by saying this: The Philips Fidelio X2 is a great pair of headphones. – Hardwarezone review – 90%

2. Sony WH-1000XM3 – 94.27% TechXpert Score

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  • Sony continues its reign as the king of noise cancelling with the WH-1000XM3: the best headphones right now thanks to flawless noise cancellation. – Techadvisor review – 100%
  • Sony hits the high notes with its third-generation noise cancelling wireless headphones; these are the best wireless ANC headphones around. Expertreviews review – 100%
  • Sony’s best noise-cancelling headphones just got a makeover. – Techradar review – 90%
  • Sony’s WH-1000XM3 headphones feature some of the best audio performance we’ve heard paired from a pair that also boasts excellent noise cancellation. – PCMag review – 90%
  • One of the best gets better, as the Sony WH-1000XM3 packs killer sound and noise cancellation into a slender design. – Tomsguide review – 90%
  • It may not be very different than its predecessor, but that’s not a bad thing. – Soundguys review – 83%
  • Active noise cancelling for active lifestyles. – Stuff review – 100%
  • These are the wireless noise-canceling cans you’ve been waiting for. – Engadget review – 94%
  • Sony seizes the title for best noise-canceling cans with a winning redesign. The Verge review – 90%
  • Analogue amplification ups the ante for these noise-cancelling headphones. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The Sony WH-1000X M3 make a great set of headphones even better. – Pocket-lint review – 100%

3. Sennheiser Momentum 2 – 92.4% TechXpert Score

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  • These expensive headphones are well worth the cash. – Stuff review 100%
  • A stylish and sonically gifted pair of over-ear headphones. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 are a second attempt at full-size, style-driven headphones from Sennheiser. – Trustedreviews review – 90%
  • Over-ear headphone sequel gains comfort and slightly better sound. – CNET review – 82%
  • Sennheiser took the feedback they’ve got from their customers and improved upon what many already considered to be the best sounding pair of portable headphones. – Headphoneslab review – 90%

4. Grado SR60e – 90.6% TechXpert Score

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  • In a world where almost every traditional maker of headphones has prostrated itself at the altar of Dr. Dre, the Grado SR60e are something very unusual. – Trustedreviews review – 90%
  • The Grado Prestige Series SR60e are among the company’s lower priced options, so do they hold up to the company name? – Soundguys review – 92%
  • The Grado SR60i headphones may be remarkably similar to their predecessors but they manage to be even better. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The Grado SR60e are subpar headphones for everyday, casual use. Rtings review – 71%
  • Some new features are incorporated into an old favourite – Techradar review – 100%

5. AKG N 60 NC – 88.3% TechXpert Score

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  • The AKG N60 NC Wireless headphones deliver strong noise cancellation and wonderful Bluetooth audio in a comfortable design. – PCMag review – 80%
  • Noise-canceling headphones don’t usually sound this good. – The Verge review – 83%
  • Effective noise cancellation and top sound quality, AKG’s on-ear headphones are exceptionally good. – Alphr review – 100%
  • A top on-ear active noise-canceling headphone. – CNET review – 83%
  • The AKG N60 NC’s are the closest thing we’ve seen to a perfect pair of on-ears, but that doesn’t negate the steep price tag. – Soundguys review – 89%
  • These entertaining, noise-cancelling cans give the established class-leaders a serious run for their money. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • The AKG N60 are headphones firmly aimed at those who are out and about. – Trustedreviews review – 90%
  • Wireless noise-cancellation from the mid-range master. – Techradar review – 90%
  • The ultimate on-the-go headphones? – Pocket-lint review – 80%

6. Bose QuietComfort 35 II – 88.18% TechXpert Score

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  • Despite the high price, Bose’s QC35 II justifies its cost in every way imaginable. – Androidcentral review – 90%
  • If you are looking for a very comfortable, features-laden, balanced pair of affordable wireless headphones, the Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II belongs on your short list to consider. – Hometheatrereview review – 90%
  • Superb noise-cancelling headphones with added smarts. – Pocket-lint review – 90%
  • Supreme comfort and noise cancellation coupled with the magic of Google Assistant – the Bose QC35 II are the best ANC cans around. – Expertreviews review – 90%
  • The Bose QuietComfort 35 II keeps the excellent active noise-cancelling technology and crystal-clear audio quality and adds a dedicated Google Assistant button. – Tomsguide review – 90%
  • Noise-cancelling smart-headphones that are great on-the-go. – WhatHiFi review – 80%
  • Smart noise-cancelling headphones for voice assistant diehards. – Techradar review – 80%
  • Bose headphones are the ones to beat when it comes to noise cancellation, this remains the case with the QuietComfort 35 II. – Trustedreviews review – 90%
  • The Bose QC35 II headphones fix many of the complaints with the first-generation headphones, including the lack of control over noise cancellation. – Techadvisor review – 90%
  • These already excellent headphones get a touch better. – CNET review – 90%
  • Now with Google Assistant, Bose’s latest pair of QuietComfort headphones, the QC35 II, is the best pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones you can buy. – PCMag review – 90%

7. Bowers & Wilkins P9 = 86.66% TechXpert Score

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  • They sound fantastic, but enough to justify a $900 pricetag? – Soundguys review – 92%
  • Is the P9 the headphone for every occasion? – AVforums review – 80%
  • With the P9 Signature, Bowers & Wilkins enters the higher echelons of the crowded audiophile headphone market with a real contender. – Soundandvision review – 88%
  • Bowers & Wilkins set high expectations for itself with the P9 Signature, giving them the designation and price of an uber-flagship. – The Verge review – 80%
  • Premium cans that are all about the sound quality. – Techradar review – 90%
  • Looking for the best over-ear headphones with exceptional design and sound quality? – Techadvisor review – 90%

8. Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless – 86.1% TechXpert Score

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  • Great sound quality goes hand in hand with portable design – the PXC 550 hold their own in 2019 despite the stiff competition. – Expertreviews review – 80%
  • valid threat to the Bose QC35? – 91mobiles review – 80%
  • The PXC 550 is my clear choice if you’re shopping for a pair of noise-canceling wireless headphones in this price range. –Hometheatrereviews review – 100%
  • Sonic euphoria. – T3 review – 80%
  • Is this the upgrade your ears have been looking for? – AVforums review – 80%
  • Sennheiser strikes a blow with these talented wireless noise-cancellers. – WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • Great sound quality, but at what cost? – Techradar review – 90%

9. Bose SoundSport Free – 77.31% TechXpert Score

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  • Bose’s first attempt at truly wireless earbuds is a success. – Androidcentral review – 80%
  • Bose cuts the wires and dials up the bass with its SoundSport Free. – Digitaltrends review – 70%
  • Bose SoundSport Free earbuds sound better than AirPods, but they’re still lacking. Mashable review – 60%
  • The Bose SoundSport Free are the brand’s first truly wireless earphones. – 91mobiles review – 70%
  • Wireless earbuds built for quiet environments. – Techradar review – 60%
  • Thanks to a recent update, these true wireless earbuds are pretty much the perfect package. WhatHiFi review – 100%
  • Bose takes a hard turn with big bass and big batteries. – Soundguys review – 79%
  • The bass-forward Bose SoundSport Free earphones are expensive, but nail the design and operational details right better than any other pair in the growing wire-free category. PCMag review– 80%
  • Bose’s truly wireless in-ears fall just short of sporting greatness. – Stuff review – 80%
  • Bose’s first truly wireless earbuds don’t quite hit the mark, even if there’s a lot to like. – Trustedreviews review – 70%
  • Great sound and impressive features, but these headphones aren’t ideal for outdoor activities. – Alphr review – 60%
  • Wireless buds that sound so good. – T3 review – 80%
  • Cut the wire with these exercise-friendly earphones. – Expertreviews review – 80%
  • The best wire-free sports earphones by a mile. Pocket-lint review – 100%
  • Bose has done a good job with its first pair of truly wireless earbuds, but they’re not as sporty as we expected. – Techadvisor review – 80%
  • These splash-proof earbuds will please athletes and audiophiles. – Macworld review – 90%
  • Bose’s bulkier, better-sounding AirPods alternative gets $50 price cut. – CNET review – 80%
  • Superior wireless audio and comfort. – Tomsguide review – 90%
  • Truly wireless earbuds never sounded so good. – The Verge review – 70%

10. RHA S500u/S500i – 73.8% TechXpert Score

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  • Can you really upgrade your sound and have an in-line mic for only a £40 investment? We take a look at the RHA S500i earphones to find out. – Techadvisor review – 80%
  • A David vs Goliath story in audio. – Techradar review – 90%
  • A comfortable pair of in-ears, but there’s no shortage of competition at this price. – WhatHIfi review – 60%
  • The RHA S500i are part of a new wave of Reid & Heath Acoustics’s cheaper earphones. – Trustedreviews review – 60%
  • The RHA S500i are super tough and the included accessories are nice for $50, but don’t expect them to live up to the standard set by other RHA products. – Soundguys review – 79%
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