Best over-ear headphones 2021: the best-sounding headphones you can buy

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The best over-ear headphones are still hands-down the best style of headphones for comfort, audio quality and soundstage. Sure, the best earbuds on the market are convenient, but when it comes to critical listening, there are still clear benefits to a chunky pair of headphones that cover your whole ears.

It’s for that reason that we think the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro are the best over-ear headphones you can buy in 2021. They’re built like a tank, have a breathtaking resolution and a wide soundstage. If you’ve been searching for a pair of the best over-ear headphones that are used by some of the world’s leading audio engineers, these are them.

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Over-ear headphones could also be a better option for your ear health than in-ear headphones models, putting a bit more distance between those loud tracks and your eardrums. If safeguarding your hearing is important to you, that’s another reason to look for a pair of over-ears.

When it comes to audio performance, it’s hard to beat the best over-ear headphones. That’s because the best over-ear headphones you can buy right now have the largest drivers and come in both open-back and closed-back variations – the former offers an almost concert hall-like feel to your favorite music that’s as close as you’ll get to watching it live.

A good pair of over-ear headphones doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice on style. Sure they tend to be much bigger than other models, but there are wireless options to choose from, like the Philips PH805, the Sony WH-1000XM4, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7, and the Sennheiser PXC 550-II. However, old-school cool is still very much in too. Take a look at the brilliant Audeze LCD-1 and Cleer Next for proof that wired headphones are still among the best you can buy for both sound quality and looks.

It’s an exciting time for audio tech. Our latest entry to this list, the Apple AirPods Max, were the most hotly-anticipated headphones for quite some time, and their sound quality, noise cancellation, and extra features for iOS users makes them an easy recommendation for Apple devotees looking for over-ear headphones (who also have a lot of money to burn).

We’ve selected a number of over-ear headphones for our guide below, including wired models for those that don’t want to cut the cord. Looking for something more specific? Make sure you check out our dedicated guides to the best noise-cancelling headphones and the best wireless headphones, too.

Our top picks

Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro

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1. Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro

Professional headphones that know how to have fun

Specifications

Acoustic design: Open

Weight: 370 g

Cable length: 9.8 ft or 3.9 ft

Frequency response: 5-40,000Hz

Drivers: N/A

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: 102dB

Impedance: 250 ohms

Battery life: N/A

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Sturdy and comfortable Breathtaking resolution

Reasons to avoid

Slightly recessed midsHighs can be fatiguing

While Beyerdynamic may not be as well known as its German brother, Sennheiser, the audio company has a history of creating some of the best-sounding audio gear on the market – the company’s DT770, DT880 and DT990 over-ear headphones were renowned for their excellent build and sound quality. 

Above them all, however, stands the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro, an open-back version of the Beyerdynamic DT 1770 Pro, a headphone which won our Editor’s Choice for its imaging, design and value for the money. Both headphones are priced the same ($599, £589, AU$1,159), so you won’t find a deal picking up one over the other. The difference here comes down to sound. 

As they’re open-back, the DT 1990 Pro are meant to be used at home or in the studio for serious analytical listening. Sound is able to get in and out but the good news is that the open-back design gives you the DT 1990 Pro a great sense of space. Soundstage is quite wide, too, allowing even the most lackadaisical listener to pinpoint the exact location of where each instrument is playing.  

The DT 1990 Pro are the best over-ear headphones, in our opinion, but be sure to check out our review of the Beyerdynamic DT 1770 Pro too for a closed-back version that’s a little more socially friendly.

Read more: Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro review

sony wh-1000xm4

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2. Sony WH-1000XM4

The best all-rounders

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 8.95 oz

Cable length: 3.94 ft

Frequency response: 4Hz to 40kHz

Drivers: 1.57-inch

Driver type: Dome-type

Sensitivity: 104.5 dB

Impedance: 47 ohm

Battery life: 30 hours

Wireless range: 30 meters (98ft)

NFC: Yes

Reasons to buy

Improved noise-cancellation DSEE Extreme audio upscaling Multipoint pairing

Reasons to avoid

Not water-resistant

It’s almost unfair to stick them in the same category as the more critical listening-focused over-ear headphones, but the Sony WH-1000XM4 are the best all-around headphones we’ve heard since, well, the Sony WH-1000XM3.

Not only do they sound great and pack excellent noise cancellation, but they manage to do this all wirelessly. 

Other over-ear headphones on our list offer superior sound quality, sure, but the WH-1000XM4 manage to offer the best balance of features and performance. 

While they don’t look significantly different from their predecessors, a number of new features including multipoint pairing, DSEE Extreme upscaling, conversational awareness and auto-play/pause using a built-in sensor all help the WH-1000XM4 claim the title of best headphones in 2021.

Offering all of this without a serious price-premium over the competition means the Sony WH-1000XM4 are a great all-around choice for on-the-go music listeners. 

Read more: Sony WH-1000XM4 review

Sennheiser HD 800

3. Sennheiser HD 800

The Sennheiser HD800 is the headphones fit for kings

Specifications

Acoustic design: Open

Weight: 330g

Cable length: 3m

Frequency response: 14 – 44,100 Hz

Drivers: N/A

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: 300 ohm

Battery life: N/A

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Sounds simply superb in every way Beautifully balanced Incredibly detailed

Reasons to avoid

Undeniably expensive

The fourth entry on our list of the best over-ear headphones could hav easily been the first if they didn’t cost well over $1,000/£1,000. The Sennheiser HD 800 are, hands down, some of the best-sounding pairs of over-ear headphones on the planet, affectionately praised by inner circles of audiophiles the world over. When paired with the proper hardware, they sound absolutely excellent – balanced in every way. 

Unfortunately, they’re supremely expensive and require more audio equipment than the average consumer is ready to buy. Should you find yourself in need – or, let’s be honest, in want – of amazing over-ear headphones, these are them.

Read more: Sennheiser HD 800 review

audeze lcd-1

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4. Audeze LCD-1

Affordable audiophile headphones

Specifications

Acoustic design: Open

Weight: 250g

Cable length: 2.1m

Frequency response: 10 – 50,000 Hz

Drivers: 90mm

Driver type: Planar

Sensitivity: 99dB

Impedance: 16 ohms

Battery life: N/A

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Direct, detailed sound Super comfortable Well-made build

Reasons to avoid

Sound leakage

With the LCD-1 open-back headphones, Audeze has brought its uncompromising technology down to a real-world(ish) price. As long as you are prepared to do your listening in splendid isolation – that design will generate some sound leakage – there’s just no reason to overlook these over-ear headphones.

The LCD-1s’ overall presentation, no matter the material you’re listening to nor the volume at which you’re listening, is composed, engaging and entirely believable. Listen to music you’ve never heard before and you’ll never doubt you’re being given the full picture. 

Listen to music you’ve heard a thousand times before and there’s every chance the LCD-1’s will find some nuance in there you’ve never really heard before.     

Read more: Audeze LCD-1 review

bowers & wilkins px7

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5. Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones

Strong all-rounders

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 310g

Cable length: 1.2m

Frequency response: 10 – 30,000 Hz

Drivers: 43.6mm

Driver type: Full range

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: 20 kOhms

Battery life: 30 hours

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Best-in-class sound quality Competitive battery life Robust Bluetooth connection

Reasons to avoid

Earcups don’t collapse

If you’re looking for class-leading wireless, noise-cancelling headphones and you’re not put off by the $399 / £349 / AU$600 price tag, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 are well worth considering. 

With sophisticated noise-canceling, much-improved sound quality, a honed aesthetic, the PX7 could give any of the over-ear headphones on this list a run for their money. 

Plus. they’re packing aptX Adaptive for improved stability and latency between the headphones and your device, as well as high-quality (24-bit) streaming aptX HD brought to the table.

Read more: Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones review

sennheiser 560s

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6. Sennheiser HD 560S

These analytical Sennheisers deliver the complete picture

Specifications

Acoustic design: Open

Weight: 240g

Cable length: 3m

Frequency response: 6 – 38,000Hz

Drivers: 40mm

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: 110 dB

Impedance: 120 Ohms

Battery life: N/A

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Astute, revealing sound Light and comfortable Simple to use

Reasons to avoid

Not the most entertaining (or tolerant) listen

The Sennheiser HD 560S are to be used as a tool, in the most literal sense. If you want to be able to look deep into the details of a mix, or to make A/B comparisons with absolute certainty, these are exactly the sort of headphones you need. If you want to be entertained, energized and invigorated by your music, though, they’re less than ideal.

Sonically, the Sennheiser HD560S are a ruthlessly revealing listen. Sure enough, the soundstage they describe is big in all directions, and individual elements of a recording appear on the stage in an absolutely solid area of space. Detail levels – whether concerning instrument timbre, vocal technique or any other aspect of a recording – are absolutely sky-high, and the HD560S maintain an even, neutral balance from the very bottom of the frequency range to the very top.

Read more: Sennheiser HD 560S review

Philips PH805

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7. Philips PH805

Premium wireless headphones without the premium price

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: N/A

Cable length: N/A

Frequency response: 7 – 40,000Hz

Drivers: 40mm

Driver type: Dynamic

Sensitivity: 90 dB

Impedance: 16 Ohms

Battery life: 30 hours

Wireless range: 33ft

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Well made Good battery life Punchy, controlled, and detailed sound

Reasons to avoid

Noise cancelation could be more effective

At $199 / £160 (around AU$290) the Philips PH805 offer exceptional value for money. These are wireless over-ear headphones, using Bluetooth 5.0 for connectivity – so high-resolution audio playback should be achievable. 

Using a single Lithium-Ion cell for up to 30 hours of playback time from a single charge, the Philips PH805 have active noise cancellation on board, administered by a couple of mics on each earcup. 

Read more: Philips PH805 review

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019)

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8. Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019)

Over-ear headphones that don’t skimp on the smart features

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: N/A

Cable length: N/A

Frequency response: 6Hz to 22kHz

Drivers: 42mm

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: N/A

Battery life: 17 hours

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: Yes

Reasons to buy

Brilliant audio quality Cool design

Reasons to avoid

Battery life isn’t greatMore expensive than rivals

In terms of audio quality, these Sennheiser over-ear headphones sound fantastic, with high levels of detail, warm bass, and natural-sounding highs.

Customizable noise cancellation is a great touch, but it doesn’t quite reach the class-leading standards set by Sony and Bose. Battery life also doesn’t compete with the Sony WH-1000XM3s, and they’re more expensive to boot. 

So, why buy the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019)? Well, if built-in Tile tracking appeals to you, and you like the industrial design and premium materials of the Momentum Wireless, that could be reason enough – and if you do opt for them over the Sony model, you won’t be missing out on any audio quality. In that respect, they’re truly matched. 

Read the full review: Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019) review

sennheiser px 550 ii

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9. Sennheiser PXC 550-II

A subtler alternative to the Momentum Wireless

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 227g

Cable length: N/A

Frequency response: 17-23,000Hz

Drivers: 32mm

Driver type: Dynamic

Sensitivity: 110 dB

Impedance: 46 ohm

Battery life: 20 hours

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: No

Reasons to buy

Judicious sound Good battery life Subtly premium looks

Reasons to avoid

Struggles on trebly recordings

The build, battery life, and sound quality of the Sennheiser PXC 550-II are all very impressive, upgrading the previous PXC 550 model with the latest Bluetooth standard and enhanced audio and smart capabilities.

The PXC 550-II over-ear headphones are a bit cheaper than the Momentum Wireless, a bit more sober in appearance and definitely not as big, with a sophisticated sound. 

Read more: Sennheiser PXC 550-II review

Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless

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10. Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless

Incredible audio fidelity backed by a serious price

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: N/A

Cable length: 4.6 feet

Frequency response: 16-22,000Hz

Drivers: N/A

Driver type: Dynamic

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: 28 ohms

Battery life: 25 hours

Wireless range: 30 feet

NFC: Yes

Reasons to buy

Excellent build quality and comfort Detailed and spacious sound Sounds just as good wired

Reasons to avoid

Not ideal for travel

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are the best-sounding wireless headphones you can buy, period. Sound is spacious, detailed, and makes you want to rediscover your music library. Their bulky design and average noise isolation make them terrible for travel but if you’re looking for the best sound from a pair of over-ear headphones, this is it.

Read the full review: Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

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11. Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Class-leading noise cancelation, but not the best battery life

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 25g

Cable length: N/A

Frequency response: N/A

Drivers: N/A

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: N/A

Battery life: 20 hours

Wireless range: 33 ft

NFC: Yes

Reasons to buy

Outstanding noise cancelation Fun, lively sound Elegant design

Reasons to avoid

Battery life could be better

They may not beat the Sony WH-1000XM3’s battery life and price, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are still a fantastic pair of over-ear headphones. 

By applying noise cancelation on both music and phone calls, they offer class-leading technology, and well as a vibrant, lively sound and wide, well-balanced soundstage. 

If you’re trying to decide between buying the Sony WH-1000XM3s and the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, we’d recommend going for the former because of that lower price and better battery life. 

That being said, you wouldn’t be making a mistake if you opted for the Bose cans instead (and we wouldn’t blame you if you did) – they sound great, look stunning, and the noise-cancelation is out of this world.

Read the full review: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Apple airpods max

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12. Apple AirPods Max

The perfect headphones for Apple devotees

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 350g

Cable length: N/A

Frequency response: N/A

Drivers: 40mm

Driver type: Dynamic

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: N/A

Battery life: 20 hours

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: Yes

Reasons to buy

Unbelievable audio performance Fantastic user experience Brilliant extra features for iOS Great noise cancellation

Reasons to avoid

Very expensiveNo 3.5mm audio portLimited features for AndroidIneffective carrying case

The Apple AirPods Max were the most hotly-anticipated headphones for quite some time, having been the subject of rumor and speculation for two years, and come with active noise cancellation, superb audio quality, and a design that sets them apart from most noise-cancelling headphones on the market.

While their exceptional audio performance and class-leading ANC impresses, they’re  let down by their eye-watering price, baffling carrying case, and lack of support for Hi-Res Audio codecs.

Despite their high price, the AirPods Max aren’t exactly aimed at the audiophile crowd, owing to their lack of 3.5mm audio port; instead, these cans are squarely targeted at card-carrying members of the Apple ecosystem, with nifty features for iOS users and an unmistakably ‘Apple’ design.

For Android users, the AirPods Max are simply a high-performance pair of noise-cancelling headphones with an unusual design, as fantastic as they may sound – and for these users, we can’t see how the high price is justified. 

But, if you’ve already bought into the Apple ecosystem, you have a lot of money to burn, and you don’t care about Hi-Res Audio, you won’t find headphones that sound better or are easier to use than the AirPods Max.

Read more: Apple AirPods Max review

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12. V-Moda M-200 Studio Headphones

Great sound, built like a tank and very customizable

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 290g

Cable length: Balanced 120cm (47″); SpeakEasy 132cm (52″)

Frequency response: 5Hz – 40kHz

Drivers: 50mm

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: 101.5dB

Impedance: 30 ohms

Battery life: N/A

Wireless range: N/A

NFC: No

Reasons to buy

Excellent balance Exceptional build and materials

Reasons to avoid

Not wirelessClamping force is excessive

The V-Moda M-200 is the apex of what wired headphones can be. Although it’s 2021 and wireless headphones are much more convenient, there are still those who prefer a corded experience. That includes professionals like music producers, DJs, and video editors. Even some audio enthusiasts and gamers prefer a wired headphone for its reliability. 

The design of the M-200 is classic V-Moda: the earcups retain the brand’s signature hexagonal, angular design and the build quality is excellent with a mix of plastic, aluminum, and sweat-resistant PU leather. 

Yes, the M-200 are expensive but they’re worth it for its sound quality, resolution, build quality, and unique customizable plates. 

Read more: V-Moda M-200 Studio Headphones review

jbl tune 750btnc

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13. JBL Tune 750BTNC

Quality noise-cancelling headphones for a great price

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 220g

Cable length: N/A

Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz

Drivers: 40mm

Driver type: N/A

Sensitivity: 95dB

Impedance: 32 ohms

Battery life: 15 – 22 hours

Wireless range: 30ft (10m)

NFC: No

Reasons to buy

Good sound quality Strong active noise cancelation

Reasons to avoid

No waterproofingAverage battery life

JBL is a popular name in the world of headphones and Bluetooth speakers, and rightly so. Solidly dependable, consumers know what to expect from the brand – decent sound quality for a decent price. 

That’s what we found with the JBL Live 650BTNC last year – and now, ready to take their place are the JBL Tune 750BTNC, a superior successor to the 650BTNC’s as a high-spec and well-priced set of over-ear headphones.

The JBL Tune 750BTNC sound great, look great, and they fit well. Reliable and easy to use, you might miss waterproofing and a few minor features – but at this price, it feels foolish to complain too readily.

Read more: JBL Tune 750BTNC review

Focal Stellia

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14. Focal Stellia

Luxury headphones, luxury price

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 0.96 lbs (435g)

Cable length: 1 x 4ft OFC 24 AWG cable, 1 x 10ft OFC 24 AWG cable

Frequency response: 5Hz – 40kHz

Drivers: 40mm

Sensitivity: 106dB SPL / 1mW @ 1kHz

Impedance: 35Ohms

Battery life: NA

Wireless range: NA

NFC: No

Reasons to buy

Stunning, precise sound Open soundstage Comfortable

Reasons to avoid

Extremely expensive

The Focal Stellias sound absolutely fantastic. Their wide-open soundstage and detailed, accurate sound treatment means they make any genre of music sound brilliant.

If you listen to songs you think you know inside out, the Stellias’ precise separation of the frequencies means that you will probably hear details you’ve never noticed before.

So why didn’t they make the list? Well, we included them as a bonus option because they’re incredible. But they’re very, very expensive. 

They’re $3,000. And as good as they are, therein lies the problem: the Focal Stellias are prohibitively expensive for most people, at 10 times the price of our current favorite headphones, the Sony  WH-1000XM3s.

If you like the sound of these luxury headphones but can’t justify the price, check out our initial hands-on review of the new Focal Elegia. They may not sound quite as breathtaking as the Focal Stellia – at least that’s what we gathered from a short listening session – but the Focal Elegia headphones are still very impressive.

Read the full review: Focal Stellia review

shure aonic 50

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15. Shure AONIC 50

Shure has finally joined the wireless noise-cancelling party

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 334g

Frequency response: N/A

Drivers: 50mm

Driver type: Dynamic

Sensitivity: N/A

Impedance: N/A

Battery life: 20 hours

Wireless range: 30ft

NFC: N/A

Reasons to buy

Expansive, convincing sound Sturdy construction Good ANC

Reasons to avoid

No touch controls

The Shure AONIC 50 sport a wireless, active noise-cancelling over-ear design, selling at a premium price to compete with the likes of the Sony WH-1000XM3 and Bose NC 700 Headphones.

Ultimately, while you won’t find every feature under the sun here, the Shure AONIC 50 are laser-focused on delivering the best sound-quality of almost any noise-cancelling headphone – securing them a place among the best over-ear headphones for audiophiles.

Read more: Shure AONIC 50 review

microsooft surface headphones 2

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16. Microsoft Surface Headphones 2

Warm sound and great noise cancellation

Specifications

Acoustic design: Closed

Weight: 0.64Ibs

Cable length: 3.94 ft

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Drivers: 40mm

Driver type: Free Edge

Sensitivity: 115 dB

Impedance: N/A

Battery life: 20 hours

Wireless range: 30 ft

NFC: No

Reasons to buy

Warm, wide soundstage Great controls

Reasons to avoid

Sound could be more detailedSlightly boring look

The Microsoft Surface Headphones 2 are the tech giant’s second pair of noise-cancelling headphones, and they offer a ton of great improvements over the original Surface Headphones, while retaining some of their best qualities.

In spite of those improvements – which includes a longer battery life and a more comfortable design – the Surface Headphones 2 are considerably cheaper than their predecessors, making them the obvious choice if you’re trying to choose between the two. 

That lower price also makes them a great alternative to the best headphones of 2021, the Sony WH-1000XM3, especially as they’ve retained the winning design features of the original Surface Headphones, with built-in dials on each earcup to control your music and the active noise cancellation. 

Read more: Microsoft Surface Headphones 2 review

What to look for

Over-ear headphones: what to look for

To make things easier for audiophiles, this guide focuses on sound quality above all else. 

When buying over-ear headphones, sound quality is the most important feature to look out for – the more expensive, the better your cans tend to sound, although there are quite a few impressive exceptions to this rule. 

How you define good sound quality depends on your personal taste. Do you like a warm, well-rounded sound, or do you prefer ultra high-fidelity that allows you to hear every single detail of your music? Are you a dedicated bass head or a classical music junkie?

If you’re all about that bass, you’ll want to look out for dynamic drivers that displace lots of air, leading to a bassy soundstage. If detail is everything, look for large frequency ranges – 20Hz to 20 kHz is the standard, so anything larger than this may allow for more detail in the highs and lows. 

It’s also important to consider the soundstage as a whole; if you love a wide, open sound, try a pair of open-back headphones. Worried about sound-leakage when you’re in the company of others? Try a pair of closed-back cans with a secure fit to stop your tunes bothering the people around you.

As we mentioned, there are a few wireless and noise-canceling headphones in this list – that’s because the sound quality of these models is exceptional. Many over-ear headphones come with these quality-of-life features these days, although they’re often pricier than their wired counterparts – if you can’t live without these modern conveniences, make sure you’re buying headphones with the latest Bluetooth technology and active noise cancelation. 

Design is also hugely important, as a good pair of over-ear headphones need to be comfortable for long listening sessions – look out for padded earcups and headbands in materials like memory foam for ultimate comfort. 

Best over-ear headphones at a glance:

  1. Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro
  2. Sony WH-1000XM4
  3. Sennheiser HD 800
  4. Audeze LCD-1
  5. Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones
  6. Sennheiser HD 560S
  7. Philips PH805
  8. Sennheiser Momentum Wireless
  9. Sennheiser PX 550-II
  10. Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless
  11. Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
  12. Apple AirPods Max
  13. V-Moda M-200 Studio Headphones
  14. JBL Tune 750BTNC
  15. Focal Stellia
  16. Shure AONIC 50
  17. Microsoft Surface Headphones 2

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January 19, 2021
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