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Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6 Headphones

We can't tell you whether they're the best sounding headphones out there — although our guess is they sound pretty damn good — but we can tell you that these Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H6 Headphones (€400; roughly $525) will be some of the best looking cans you've ever seen. Made from anodized aluminum, they feel both lightweight and rugged, and are accented by solid cowhide leather on the earcups and headband. Thanks to the over-ear design, they'll block out unwanted noise, leaving you with clean, robust sound. Expect to see them in stores next month.

  • Sennheiser HD 800 Headphones

    Looking for a new set of high-end cans? Check out the new Sennheiser HD 800 Headphones ($1,350). Designed to produce the most accurate sound possible, the HD 800s feature 56mm transducers with a unique ring shape to help eliminate unwanted surface vibrations, specially-designed ear cups and headband, oxygen-free cabling for the clearest connection possible, and a frequency response of 6 to 51,000 Hz. They're sure to move you, whether connected to your iPod or to your home Hi-Fi.

  • Sennheiser Momentum Headphones

    In case you haven't noticed, style is nearly as important as sound these days when selecting a pair of headphones. Luckily, Sennheiser Momentum Headphones ($300) don't skimp on either. 40mm drivers ensure that you get clean, powerful sound, enhanced by earpads made from soft Pittards leather that ensure that outside noises don't get in. The Pittards treatment extends to the headband, which is flanked on either side by stainless steel, and an inline three-button remote and mic, which means you can control the volume and change songs without needing to unsheathe your iDevice.