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Klipsch Image X7i In-Ear Headphones

We've seen plenty of metal-based headphones — and even some made out of wood — but ceramic options have been few and far between. These Klipsch Image X7i In-Ear Headphones ($200) are the company's first stab at a ceramic design, offering full-range balanced armature drivers for clean sound, an in-line three button remote + mic for device control and phone call handling, flat, tangle-resistant cables, and five sizes of oval tips for a precise fit and improved sound isolation. Of course, they'll only sound as good as the music you're playing through them.

  • Harman Kardon BT Headphones

    If you guessed that the BT in the name stood for "Bluetooth", give yourself a pat on the back. Harman Kardon BT Headphones ($200) are designed to perfectly match your Apple device, with black, rounded rectangular earcups, 40mm drivers and AAC and aptX wireless coding for great sound, small and large user exchangeable headbands for a great fit, built-in playback buttons on the earcup, an integrated mic for taking calls, a rechargeable battery good for up to 12 hours of playback, and the ability to operate in wired mode when the battery runs down. Available exclusively from the Apple Store.

  • Tivoli Radio Silenz Headphones

    Used to be that if you wanted wood-based headphones, you weren't getting noise cancelation — and vice versa. The Tivoli Radio Silenz Headphones ($160) are set to change all that. Sporting solid wood ear cups that house 40mm high performance drivers, the Radio Silenz feature an in-line box that holds a single AA battery and advanced noise cancelation technology, as well as a unique defeat button that temporarily switches off the cancelation and lowers the volume so you can hear the pilot telling you something unimportant. Other features include a folding design, an included travel pouch, and your choice of black ash, walnut, or cherry finishes.