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Audio-Technica EarSuit Headphones

Looking for some good-sounding yet stylish headphones to replace your device's pitiful pack-ins? These Audio-Technica EarSuit Headphones ($250) should do the trick. Available exclusively in Japan, they feature 40mm CCAW drivers, high-grade aluminum housing for solid acoustics, a unique swing mechanism on either end of the headband that lets you place the earpieces right where you want them, and a flat black cord.

  • Moshi Moonrock Earphones

    One of the worst things about headphones and earphones — whether they're top of the line multi-drivers or the ubiquitous white pack-ins that come with iPods — is trying to untangle the cord when it's time to put them on. Moshi Moonrock Earphones ($40) take care of this by arriving in a smooth, stone-shaped package that acts as a cord organizer and also protects the stems. Of course, they sound good too, thanks to high-efficiency Neodymium drivers, and thanks to the in-line mic and remote, you won't need to pull them out of your ears just to take a call.

  • 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]