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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.

  • Parrot Zik Headphones

    They might not be the best-sounding headphones — we honestly don't know — but they're definitely among the best-looking. Parrot Zik Headphones ($TBA) are designed by the renowned Philippe Stark, and feature an elegant, simple design, an active noise canceling system, Bluetooth A2DP stereo and NFC support, a proximity sensor to automatically go into standby mode when they're not being worn, a touch panel for remote control of your music, and Digital Signal Processing for superb sound. Coming later this year.

  • Koss Porta Pro KTC Headphones

    Are they retro, or just plain ugly? We'll leave that for you to decide, but one thing the Koss Porta Pro KTC Headphones ($TBA) aren't is antiquated. Sporting an in-line three-button remote and mic, they're ready for use with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and also offer Comfort Zone temporal pads to reduce the pressure on your ears, a collapsible design and carrying case for portability, and Mylar elements for accurate sound. Matching, Walkman-like gadget cases not included.