Looking for some good-sounding yet stylish headphones to replace your device's pitiful pack-ins? These Audio-Technica EarSuit Headphones ($250) should do the trick. Available exclusively in Japan, they feature 40mm CCAW drivers, high-grade aluminum housing for solid acoustics, a unique swing mechanism on either end of the headband that lets you place the earpieces right where you want them, and a flat black cord.
Want to bask in the lush bass of Beats, but find the bright, highly-visible plastic bodies a little too flashy? Say hello to Beats Executive Headphones ($TBA). As the name might suggest, the Executive skips the plastic for a decidedly more high-end look, with brushed metal finishes on the lower stems and earcups and fine leather on the band — black and silver are the only colors you'll find — while still offering the active noise cancellation and crisp, full audio that you'd expect. Coming soon, or just as soon as Dr. Dre gives the "hell yeah" thumbs-up.
Looking for a new set of reference-quality cans? These Audio-Technica 50th Anniversary Headphones ($1,400) should suffice. Created to celebrate the company's golden anniversary, they feature Asada Hokkaido cherry wood housing with an Echizen traditional Japanese lacquer finish, 53mm drivers built with stronger magnetics than previous models, special lambskin earpads for exceptional comfort during long listening sessions, and a gold 1/4" plug that'll look great plugged into the matching Headphone Amplifier ($2,900).