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Audeze LCD-2 Headphones

You'd expect high-end headphones to be a little expensive - and you wouldn't be wrong. Sporting proprietary drivers, these Audeze LCD-2 Headphones ($1,000) are designed with pure audio reproduction in mind, and with their thin film diaphragms, push-pull neodymium magnetic structure, Carribean Rosewood oldies, and lambskin leather sloped earpads, they don't disappoint. [Scouted by Mike]

  • Bowers & Wilkins C5 Headphones

    Not content making airship-inspired speaker systems, B&W is setting its sights on a new frontier — your ear canals. These new Bowers & Wilkins C5 Headphones ($180) feature a Secure Loop cabling feature that helps keep things in place, a Micro Porous Filter for a more rich, expansive sound, tungsten weighting on the inner casing that helps the buds to stay securely in your ears, and an in-line remote and mic to let you take calls and change tracks without pulling your device out of your pocket.

  • Incase Headphones

    Incase is well known for its minimalist design tendencies, so it's no surprise that the company's new Incase Headphones ($TBA) are so subdued. Sporting monochrome black bodies with lime green accents, the new collection includes Sonic Over Ear, Reflex On Ear, Pivot On Ear and Capsule In Ear models, and feature shapes designed to fit your head as well as speakers designed to sound as balanced and natural as possible — sorry, bassheads.