Ditch your iPhone pack-ins for a the Klipsch Image S4i Headset ($100). It features an in-line remote and mic that's compatible with the latest iPods and the iPhone 3GS as well as older iPhone models, 8.5mm drivers with a dual neodymium magnet motor structure, exclusive oval ear tips for a more comfortable fit and passive noise isolation, and a slick black and silver look that no one will mistake for those ubiquitous white 'buds.
Whether you're a listener, a DJ, or a producer, you'll find a pair of cans to suit your needs in Shure Professional Headphones ($60-$200). This new line of over-the-ear monitors features three models, all with 40mm drivers and big, comfortable earpads. The SRH240s are made for listening to an iPod or laptop, while the SRH440s are made for DJs or folks listening to their favorite jams through headphone amplifiers. Last but not least, the SRH840s are for studio use and critical listening, making sure you hear every last detail of your music.
If you're ready for high quality sound without the wires, check out Onkyo's MHP-UW2 Bluetooth Headphones for iPod ($270). Designed with a frequency response of 50Hz~20kHz, you'll feel just like you were in the recording studio. Encased in a sleek metallic shell, these headphones have padded ear-pads and batteries that will last 8 hours, essential for a long day at the office, or an intercontinental flight.