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Shure E500 Earphones

Shure E500 Earphones

As happy as we are with our previous pair of Shures, the new E500s ($500; available in May) sound (no pun intended) like they might be even better. The first earphones to allow the listener to switch between sound isolation and a mode which lets in ambient noise — called Push-To-Hear — the E500s feature three tiny drivers in their compact package, allowing for better bass response and Shure’s excellent personalized fit.

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    Ultimate Ears has been making professional in-ear monitors for rock stars for years. Now you can get their stage-worthy sound thanks to the Super.fi 5 Pro earphones ($250). After testing them out for a couple weeks now, we can tell you that they sound excellent and are very much worth the money. They feature dual driver technology — one tiny high frequency speaker and one low frequency speaker — to deliver crystal clear highs and the most bass we've heard out of a pair of in-ear earphones. They pretty much blow away our Etymotic ER6i earphones. The Super.fi 5 Pros are super comfortable thanks to a 5-piece universal fit kit for any ear size. They're available in iPod-matching white or iPod nano-matching black, and come with a cool metallic storage case and a soft leather case. Superb sound quality aside, we always love it when companies don't skimp on the included accessories.

  • Bose Triport Headphones

    Believe it or not, we still know a lot of people who prefer the sound of huge over-the-ear studio monitor-esque headphones to a set of good in-ear ‘buds. For those folks, we bring you the Bose Triport Headphones ($150). They bring the bass punch of sets twice their size, and manage to not look too dorky when you wear them.