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Audio Sanctuary Delivery Policies

Unless you choose to visit our store and collect your order in person (so-called Click & Collect), Audio Sanctuary will use a postal service to ship your goods to you.

This page provides information to help you understand the different shipping options available for your location, and the features of each option. Please read carefully before placing an order.

Be sure to also check our Post-Brexit Information page, and our Coronavirus Updates page for the latest stock, fulfilment and shipping information during the global pandemic.

Pick, Pack & Ship

Audio Sanctuary fulfils all customer orders from our premises in London, UK.

We maintain good stock levels at all times, however our warehouse does not have infinite capacity, and thus not every order can be fulfilled directly from stock. Please note that our website displays products that are either in stock with us OR available from our many suppliers.

If your needs are urgent, we advise that you contact us before placing an order, and we will be able to advise you of the expected time to fulfilment.

Time To Fulfilment

For goods are in stock and ready to ship, we will usually manage to pick your order, pack it, and ship it out within 1 working day of receipt.

For goods that need to be sourced from one of our many industry suppliers, we will usually manage to source, receive, check and ship your order within 1-5 working days.

In all cases, we will notify you via email if we encounter any problems or delays.

Time To Delivery

You will receive an email from Audio Sanctuary when your order is shipped. Once the package has left our premises, the actual time to delivery will depend on two factors:

  1. The distance between our location and your specified shipping address.
  2. The delivery method chosen when placing your order.

Delivery Area

Regarding distance, we divide our delivery area into three regions:

  1. United Kingdom
  2. Europe
  3. Rest Of World

Delivery Method

Regarding delivery method, we offer three levels of service for

each of the regions:

  1. First Class
  2. Special Delivery
  3. Courier

Please note that depending on the total weight and/or total value of your order, some of the above delivery services may not be offered at the checkout. Audio Sanctuary may also choose to upgrade your delivery service, at our discretion, should circumstances require.

For European or International courier services, if you have a preference as to which company you would prefer us to use, please let us know at Checkout in the NOTES section when placing your order.

Postal ID Number

In some territories (most notably Brazil, Russia and the Philippines) all postal deliveries require a postal identification number to be included on every shipment. If your country requires the use of such codes, we may not be able to ship your goods unless you share your postal ID with us when placing an order.

A field to enter your postal ID number is available at time of checkout, and can also be added to your Audio Sanctuary profile at any time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us before placing an order.

Region / Service Matrix

Click any service or scroll down for more details of their tracking, signature requirements, and stated delivery aims:

Delivery Delays

Please note the delivery aims of any postal or courier service may be affected by weather or road conditions, and other circumstances outside of their control. For non-UK territories this includes delays caused by customs clearance.

Audio Sanctuary is not responsible for any liability arising from delayed deliveries.

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In all cases, please do not hesitate to contact Audio Sanctuary if you have any queries about which delivery option is best for your circumstances.

Headphones, Earphones, In-Ear Monitors, IEM

Audio Sanctuary are trusted specialists in Head-Fi products. We stock and supply a huge range of hi-fi headphones, earphones and in-ear monitors (IEM), and are official retail partners for brands including Audeze, Astell&Kern, Audio-Technica, B&W, Beyerdynamic, Campfire Audio, Dan Clark Audio (Mr.Speakers), Denon, Devialet, EarSonics, Empire Ears, Flare Audio, Focal, Grado Labs, HiFiMan, KEF Audio, KLH, Meze Audio, Pioneer, Quad, Sennheiser, Shure, STAX, T+A, and Yamaha.

Our range covers closed-back, open-back and semi-open-back models, with wearing designs including over-ear (circumaural), on-ear (supra-aural), and in-ear / ear-hook versions. We cater for all budgets, from entry-level to high-end premium audiophile.

We offer all desired specifications, from basic wired headphones to wireless, bluetooth, noise-cancelling, 3D audio gaming headsets with microphones and remote controls, too.

Order online and purchase with confidence, using our long-established global mail order service. You can also visit our friendly London showroom to audition and compare different headphones in relaxed comfort. We understand that all ears are different, so please get in touch if you would like some advice on which kind of headphones best suit your listening preferences.

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Audio Sanctuary are trusted specialists in

Head-Fi products. We stock and supply a huge range of hi-fi headphones, earphones and in-ear monitors (IEM), and are official retail partners for brands including Audeze, Astell&Kern, Audio-Technica, B&W, Beyerdynamic, Campfire Audio, Dan Clark Audio (Mr.Speakers), Denon, Devialet, EarSonics, Empire Ears, Flare Audio, Focal, Grado Labs, HiFiMan, KEF Audio, KLH, Meze Audio, Pioneer, Quad, Sennheiser, Shure, STAX, T+A, and Yamaha.

Our range covers closed-back, open-back and semi-open-back models, with wearing designs including over-ear (circumaural), on-ear (supra-aural), and in-ear / ear-hook versions. We cater for all budgets, from entry-level to high-end premium audiophile. We offer all desired specifications, from basic wired headphones to wireless, bluetooth, noise-cancelling, 3D audio gaming headsets with microphones and remote controls, too.

Order online and purchase with confidence, using our long-established global mail order service. You can also visit our friendly London showroom to audition and compare different headphones in relaxed comfort. We understand that all ears are different, so please get in touch if you would like some advice on which kind of headphones best suit your listening preferences.

Headphones & Earphones | Earbuds

Headphone technology has come on leaps and bounds in recent years. Better technology means better sound, and you can be sure we have some great sounding headphones, like the popular Beats headphones.

So, what should you consider when making a purchase? Some considerations are Bluetooth capabilities, battery life, noise cancelling, quality of build and, of course, sound quality. We have a range of headphones, earphones and earbuds that range from budget friendly to high-end from big brands like Sony, Apple, JBL and Senheiser. 


It’s not always the case that one size fits all, which is why we have a great range of different types of headphones, earphones and earbuds. Advances in audio tech mean that you can achieve excellent sound from both the traditional over-ear headphone set and from the tiny earbud design and which you choose is only a matter of comfort.

The traditional over-ear headphone set is designed to encompass your ear, creating less pressure in the ear overall. These type of sets usually come with a comfortable padding around the ear area and across the headband, meaning that you can wear them for longer periods. 

Bose headphones are known for their world-class engineering in noise cancellation, giving you unrivalled sound quality that is as crisp as it is smooth. Not only do they connect with Bluetooth to your smartphone, they are also compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa too, so you never need to take them off.

Earphones and Earbuds

If you’re not keen on the bulk of traditional headphones, you might want something a little leaner in appearance. Earphones are a good alternative. Although earphones in the past have been wired and usually connected to another device through an audio jack, in recent years the design had changed to make earphones wireless, hence the use of the term ‘earbuds’. Earphones and earbuds are made to be worn inside the ear canal directly, giving them a smaller profile. The most popular of these sound devices is the iconic, white Airpods.

Want to give a set of earphones a go, without breaking the bank? Skullcandy earphones are budget friendly and super lightweight, so they can be used every day. They also offer a range of earbuds that come in a variety of different colours. Earbuds can deliver the the highest quality sounds on the market and can even match the quality of a traditional headphone set.  Sony earbuds feature enhanced bass for a more rounded sound quality, a longer battery life and fast change, which means you can listen for longer.

For those wanting an immersive gaming experience, be sure to head to gaming headsets where you’ll find a huge range of popular brands such as Turtle Beach, RAZER and Corsair.

Best headphones 2021 | What Hi-Fi?

Best Headphones Buying Guide: Welcome to What Hi-Fi?’s round-up of the best headphones you can buy in 2021.

Some pure, precise listening of your favourite tunes, wherever you go – headphones are a truly beautiful and relatively inexpensive way of making a huge step up in audio quality, so long as you buy the right ones. There are many types of headphones to choose from: in-ears, on-ears, over-ears, wired, wireless or wired, Bluetooth and noise-cancelling. So which style should you invest in?

If you want a pair for home use, to plug into your hi-fi system or portable music player, then a pair of wired over-ear headphones is best.

You’ll then have to choose whether you want an open-back design (which leaks sound) or the more typical closed-back style (which don’t).

To use with your smartphone, you’ll have to decide whether you want the uber-portability of in-ear earbuds or the less intrusive fit of on-ear headphones – and both styles vary enormously in budget.

Choose the right headphones for you

Your next decision is between wired and wireless. Wireless headphones and wireless earbuds are great for their cable-free convenience and, in some cases, exercise appeal, but it’s a technology that generally attracts a higher price tag compared to wired counterparts of similar sonic quality.

Then there are noise-cancelling headphones, which may be high on your hit list if you’re looking for a pair to silence the outside sounds of everyday life. Noise-cancelling helps isolate you from the world by blocking ambient noise. While noise-cancellation is available on wired pairs, if you want both wireless connectivity and peaceful isolation, there are, of course, those that combine the two: wireless noise-cancelling headphones.  

If you’re still not sure which way to go, then take a look at our guide on how to choose the right pair of headphones. Then, below, take a glance at our very favourite pairs. We’ve covered all bases and price points when rounding up the best quality headphones on the market right now, so you’ve got the best chance of finding the right pair for you…

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1. Sony WH-1000XM4

The best headphones if you’re looking for fantastic all-round ability.


Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 30hr | Charging: USB-C | Built-in mic and controls: Yes

Reasons to Buy

Dynamic, detail-rich sound

Sensational sense of timing

Lightweight, comfy and clever

Reasons to Avoid

No IP rating

No aptX support

The Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones have it all. A lightweight design, comfort, the convenience of Bluetooth and arguably the best noise-cancelling currently on the market. Oh, and they sound fantastic too. It’s no wonder we think they’re the best headphones you can buy right now.

They replace the WH-1000XM3 (below), which were fantastic headphones in their own right but the XM4s take performance to a whole new level. They sound more detailed, more open, and clearer in their delivery. Low frequencies hit with even greater precision.

They’re super-comfortable too and offer useful new features such as Speak to Chat which allows you to hold a conversation without removing or touching the headphones. A premium pair of headphones, but worth every penny.

Read the full Sony WH-1000XM4 review

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2. Apple AirPods Max

Apple’s first on-ear headphones justify their huge price tag


Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 20hr | Charging: USB-C | Built-in mic and controls: Yes

Reasons to Buy

Superb sound and noise-cancelling

Cinematic spatial audio

Exceptional build quality

Reasons to Avoid

Near-pointless case

Audio cable not included

Practically Apple-only

The unexpectedly huge price of the Apple AirPods Max makes them considerably dearer than the great majority of premium (if we can even still call them that) wireless noise-cancelling headphones but they really do justify that extra outlay.

You need an iPhone or iPad to get the most out of them. They will work with non-Apple products using standard Bluetooth 5.0, but you’ll miss out on many of their unique features.

Assuming you are a keen Apple user, the AirPods Max are the best wireless headphones you can buy – and not by a small margin. Their authenticity, detail, crispness and spaciousness elevate them so far above the previous best in the wireless noise-cancelling class that the comparison starts to become a little redundant and you instead begin to consider them alongside proper hi-fi products.

There’s no denying that they cost a lot more than typical products in this class but, if sound quality is king, there’s equally no denying that they’re worth it.

Read the full Apple AirPods Max review

3. Sony WH-1000XM3

These wireless and noise-cancelling Sonys set a new standard at the money.


Type: Over-ear | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 30hr | Connector: USB-C | Finishes: Black, Silver

Reasons to Buy

Natural, all-round sound quality

The best noise-cancelling out there

Supremely comfortable

Reasons to Avoid

Touch controls feel fiddly at first

The Sony WH-1000XM3 have cemented the brand’s position as king of noise-cancelling headphones, beating rivals like the Bose QuietComfort 35 II and Bowers & Wilkins PX to the top spot. Given the prestige of those brands, that’s no mean feat.

So how did these Sonys get there? For starters, they offer a snug and comfortable fit that you can wear all day, or even to nod off. They also boast tons of useful features including an Atmospheric Pressure Optimiser, which maximises noise-cancelling performance at high altitude. Long flight? You needn’t fear screaming children again.

But it’s the sound quality that really stands out. The Sony headphones use analogue amplification to great effect with an immense sense of spaciousness, loads of detail and enhanced dynamics. Every instrument is given room to breathe, and there’s no loss in terms of directness either – the sound hits you right between the ears, making you feel like you’re in the room with the band. In a word: superb.

Read the full Sony WH-1000XM3 review

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4. Panasonic RZ-S500W

A hugely talented and affordable pair of cheap wireless earbuds


Bluetooth version: 5. 0 | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 6.5 hours (+ 13 hours from charging case) | Charging: USB-C | Built-in mic and controls: Yes

Reasons to Buy

Expansive detailed presentation

Excellent noise cancelling

Superb touch controls

Reasons to Avoid

Fit could be an issue for some

Panasonic isn’t a brand that immediately springs to mind when you think of cheap wireless earbuds. But perhaps it should be. The RZ-S500W are the company’s first foray into wireless noise-cancelling earbuds and they’re sensational performers for their outlay.

Specs are thorough, with noise-cancelling tech, an Ambient Mode, twin mics for voice calls, and battery life that totals 19.5 hours (6.5hrs from the buds and 13hrs from the charging case). A 15-minute USB-C quick-charge can deliver 70 minutes of playback. The touch controls on each bud are responsive and intuitive, allowing you to control your music and switch between noise-cancelling modes with zero fuss.  

You also get five sizes of ear tips to help with fit. We found this a little hit and miss, so we’d definitely experiment and consider mixing the sizes if it means getting a more secure fit.

Both noise-cancelling and sound quality are excellent. There’s plenty of agility through the low end and loads of texture across frequencies. Music sounds clear and there’s a great deal of refinement on show, which is to be welcomed at this price level. To sum up, these Panasonic earbuds are superb for the money.

Read the full Panasonic RZ-S500W review

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5. Klipsch T5M Wired

An affordable and talented pair of in-ear headphones.


Connector: 3.5mm | In-line remote and mic: Yes | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: No

Reasons to Buy

Impressive, comfortable fit

Detailed, dynamic sound

Even tonal balance

Reasons to Avoid

Can generate cable noise

No volume control

When it comes to comfort, Klipsch’s oval silicone tips are some of the most comfortable out there. Underneath them, the Klipsch’s 5mm dynamic drivers kick out powerful and punchy bass with exquisite precision. They give a good sense of space no matter whether you’re using them for streaming Spotify or watching Netflix. And their dynamic quality reveals a host of sonic subtleties you wouldn’t expect from such an affordable pair of headphones.

Even the cable is a little bit special, with Klipsch’s trademark specks of copper embedded within it. They’re sweat- and water-resistant too, so should bear up fine during most workouts. Though remember they’re not specifically a sports pair of headphones – if you’re running an Ironman, you’ll want something built for the task.

But anyone looking to upgrade their in-ear headphones needs to give these great musical performers a try.

Read the full Klipsch T5M Wired review

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6. Sony WF-1000XM3

The best true wireless headphones you can buy.


Connector: N/A | Cable length: N/A | In-line remote and mic: N/A | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 6 hours (24 hours with charging case)

Reasons to Buy

Musical sound

Good noise-cancelling

Excellent battery life

Snug fit

Reasons to Avoid

No volume controls

No aptX HD support

Meet the apex of true wireless in-ear headphones right now. Building on the success of the Sony WF-1000X (some of the first true wireless earbuds to get five stars from us), the Sony WF-1000XM3 have an all-new Bluetooth chip which sharpens up music synchronization and a noise-cancelling processor which Sony claims offers a 40 per cent improvement on its predecessor. Which is not to be sniffed at. 

It works. Even without music playing, you can tell they cancel out more noise than their forebears.

There’s better in-ear grip than before too, but more to the point, these just sound great. They’re clear, expressive, detailed and deliver all the musical energy you could need to get you through the day. They have subtlety in spades, and impressive pacing. Proceedings are lent a fantastic sense of musicality and balance that’s guaranteed to enhance tracks of all genres. 

Want a pair of the best headphones around? These are most definitely up there.

Read the full Sony WF-1000XM3 review

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Austrian Audio Hi-X55

These wired over-ears head towards the top of the class


Connector: 3.5mm (6.3mm adapter included) | Cable length: 3m (1m optional) | In-line remote and mic: No | Bluetooth: No | Noise-cancelling: No | Sensitivity: 115dB | Weight: 305g

Reasons to Buy

Precise, analytical sound

Premium build and finish

Detachable, replaceable lead

We’re impressed with the wired Austrian Audio Hi-X55. They are nicely built, and relay a track faithfully. They won’t be for everyone – they aren’t as easy a listen as some rivals, and will certainly be unforgiving with some recordings. This character trait is where the fine Austrian Audios differ from their most obvious rivals, the Sennheiser Momentum or Philips Fidelio X3. Those other pairs provide warm, comfortable listens, where the Austrian Audios are far more analytical and more ‘professional’ in their presentation.  

But if you want to hear what is truly in a track or recording, you won’t find better analysts at this price. Definitely worth an audition.

Prefer an on-ear fit? The Austrian Audio Hi-X50 are just as impressive.

Read the full Austrian Audio Hi-X55 review

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8. Shure Aonic 3

You’ll struggle to find a better pair of in-ear headphones at this price.


Connector: 3.5mm | Cable length: 1.27m | In-line remote and mic: Yes | Bluetooth: No | Noise-cancelling: No | Sensitivity: 108dB | Weight: 20.4g

Reasons to Buy

Awesome dynamics and musicality

Insightful and balanced sound

Lightweight and comfortable

Shure has plenty of experience with wired in-ear headphones, and it shines through in the Aonic 3s. They’re comfy and lightweight for starters. The headphone cable hooks over the top of your ears and keeps them secure at all times – there is a slight knack to getting the swivelling buds in place, though.

Nine different eartip choices allow for excellent isolation, while an in-line remote and mic can control your tunes and answer calls.

And the Shures absolutely nail sound quality. They’re dynamic, detailed and their sense of rhythm and timing needs to be heard. We can’t think of any pair of in-ear headphones at this price that comes close.

Read the full Shure Aonic 3 review

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9. Cambridge Audio Melomania 1

One of the most detailed in-ear headphones we’ve heard at this price.


Connector: N/A | Cable length: N/A | In-line remote and mic: N/A | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: No | Battery life: 9 hours (45 hours with charging case)

Reasons to Buy

Detailed and insightful sound

Reliable Bluetooth

Long battery life

Reasons to Avoid

Some may find the fit difficult

Not the most stylish design

With the Melomania 1s, Cambridge Audio has made good on its promise to save us from bad sound experiences. These budget-conscious headphones offer a cohesive, expansive and rhythmic sound, but also an intuitive, playful soundstage that few wireless earbuds can achieve at the price.

With nine hours battery life from the buds themselves, plus four additional charges from the case, that means an impressive 45 hours of continuous use from this little set-up, too. That’s up there with best of them – they even outdo some wireless on-ear pairs. So if you find yourself away from a charging point for long stretches of time – while camping, say – they will last you.

Admittedly they’re not the most stylish. And some might find the fit a bit fiddly (they split opinion in the office – some got on fine, others struggled). But for true wireless on a budget, they really are hard to beat.

Read the full Cambridge Melomania 1 review

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10. Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless

Superb noise-cancellers that enhance Sennheiser’s reputation


Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 17hr | Charging: USB-C | Built-in mic and controls: Yes

Reasons to Buy

Energetic, rhythmic presentation

Convenient usability features

Effective noise cancellation

Reasons to Avoid

Uncompetitive battery life

Sure, the 17-hour battery life can be bettered, but with these Sennheisers Momentum 3 Wireless, that’s where the gripes end. Their thick leather earpads make these headphones incredibly comfortable and even provide a good dose of noise isolation – handy if you don’t have enough juice left to power the noise-cancelling feature. The on-cup controls and their collapsible design also make them easy to use and very convenient to take with you, too. And then there’s the sound.

They’re rich and gloriously full-bodied but still maintain clarity, particularly in the midrange. It gives them a superb tonal balance alongside their depth of bass, which will reward listeners of all stripes.

Admittedly you can get some great competitors for a fair bit less. But rhythmically speaking, these Sennheisers are cohesive and consistently dynamic too, making them quite the class leaders. Proof that you get what you pay for.

Read the full Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless review

11. SoundMagic E11C

A brilliant pair of budget headphones, offering top value for money.


Connector: 3.5mm | Cable length: 1.2m | In-line remote and mic: Yes | Weight: 11g | Bluetooth: No | Noise-cancelling: No

Reasons to Buy

Entertaining sound

Remote and mic

Easy to drive

The SoundMagic E11C headphones are the latest addition to a range that represents one of the more surprising success stories of recent years. The E10 set the marker for affordable excellence for a number of years, and following an E10C in-line mic and remote control upgrade, the E11C equivalent arrived back in 2018. Two years on, we’re happy to report that they’re still pretty magic.

They boast an improved driver, and a silver-plated copper cable over their predecessors. The better driver means improved sound, but it still remains recognisably SoundMagic – the bass is ample, with plenty of warmth and depth to keep you enveloped, while the top-end isn’t compromised. And the midrange has decent clarity, displaying great energy and control.

Considering the price, these are nothing short of a miracle. If you’re on a budget, we have no hesitation in recommending them most heartily. What are you waiting for?

Read the full SoundMagic E11C review

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12. AKG Y400

A fantastic addition to the world of wireless headphones.


Connector: 3.5mm (cable supplied) | Cable length: 1m | In-line remote and mic: Yes | OS support: iOS/Android | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: No | Battery life: 20 hours

Reasons to Buy

Expansive, detailed presentation

Impeccable timing

Classy build quality

The Y400s are a little smaller than the previous model (the splendid Y500s), with smaller drivers and they come with a cable complete with in-line controls and mic, for when you don’t want to run down the battery with a wireless connection.

They’re colourful, too, coming in shimmery pink, green, blue and goldish-yellow finishes.

There’s no noise cancelling, but we wouldn’t expect it at this price. There is Ambient Aware mode, however, which lets in outside noise like dogs barking and car engines. Handy if you want to avoid being bitten/run over. They automatically detect when you take them off and pause the music, too, saving you precious battery life.

The sound has much to like. It’s spacious and three-dimensional. There’s impeccable timing throughout and the headphones deliver bass weight and power in spades. It’s zealous to the point that some might prefer a slightly leaner listen, but in our eyes (and at this level) the Y400s get the balance just about right.

Read the full AKG Y400 review

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13. Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2

A fine addition to the world of true wireless headphones.


Connector: N/A | Cable length: N/A | In-line remote and mic: N/A | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 7 hours (28 hours with charging case)

Reasons to Buy

Refined sound

Lightweight, comfortable

User friendly

Reasons to Avoid

Pretty pricey

Bettered for timing

The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2s bring a raft of improvements compared to their predecessors and one of the most refined sounds we’ve heard from a pair of wireless headphones.

The design looks much the same as the original, but there has been a slight aesthetic tweak. The earpieces are slightly slimmer, so they protrude less from your ears, and, more importantly, they’re more comfortable to have in place for long listening sessions. One of the major changes is the introduction of noise-cancelling, which works extremely well and is pretty much on par with the Sony WF-1000XM3. They’re nice to use too, with touch-sensitive pads on each earpiece which can be customised to control music playback and features.

Battery life is competitive, with a single charge giving seven hours of playback and the charging case providing an additional three charges, bringing the total battery life at your disposal to 28 hours.

It’s all positive and we haven’t even touched on the sound quality, which is extremely refined and sophisticated for the money. Highs and lows are composed and controlled but dynamics aren’t sacrificed. The Sennheisers present a detailed soundstage with impressive scale and authority. They’re a little pricier than other wireless in-ear headphones, but if your budget can stretch, your ears will be rewarded.

Read the full Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 review

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14. Earfun Air

Affordable and feature-packed wireless earbuds.


Connector: N/A | Cable length: N/A | In-line remote and mic: N/A | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: No | Battery life: 7 hours (35 hours with charging case)

Reasons to Buy

Punchy, expansive sound

Great feature set

Classy build and finish

Reasons to Avoid

Treble needs more refinement

This little-known Hong Kong audio company doesn’t have many products to its name but it has managed to do something that many bigger brands have not, and that’s come up with a super-affordable set of true wireless headphones that are actually worth buying.

Not only do the Earfun Airs give a very worthy listen but they’re feature-packed too. While you won’t get active noise cancelling at this price, the noise isolation of these comfortable, well-fitting earphones does an excellent portion of that same job. They’re also waterproof to IPX7 standards (1m submersible for up to 30 mins), they have voice assistance built-in and support Qi wireless charging.

Call handling is responsive and clear, and the battery life is a pretty stonking 35 hours when using the charge case. Amazingly it all feels fairly premium too. The Bluetooth 5.0 connection never lets us down and, while the audio is no match for headphones at double the price, they still offer some grippy, energetic listening and an excellent sense of space.

If you’re after something inexpensive that’ll sound good on the treadmill, the Earfun Air buds could just be the ideal proposition.

Read the full Earfun Air review

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15. Earfun Air Pro

Earfun adds noise-cancelling to its successful budget true wireless earbuds recipe


Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 7hrs (25hrs with charging case) | Charging: USB-C | Built-in mic and controls: Yes

Reasons to Buy

Solid, accurate bass weight

Effective noise cancelling

Classy build and finish

Earfun builds on the success of its Earfun Air (above) by cramming even more features into a new ‘Pro’ variant, the main addition being active noise cancellation. There is now a 10mm driver and three mics per earpiece, too. But, considering the claims on the spec sheet, the price remains jaw-droppingly low.]

They’re a solid proposition for the money: they fit securely, connect easily, have reliable controls and feature basic but effective noise-cancelling profiles – for just a small premium on the Air model. There’s also USB-C charging and wearer detection, plus the sound is pretty decent for the money – well-balanced, relatively transparent, taut and full through the bass, and musically pleasing overall. We haven’t come across anything at this level that does everything these Earfuns do, as well as they do it.

Read the full Earfun Air Pro review

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16. Bowers & Wilkins PX7

Hugely impressive headphones for the money.


Type: Over-ear | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 30hr | Connector: USB-C | Finishes: Black, Silver

Reasons to Buy

Lively, insightful sound

Three-tiered noise cancellation

Sophisticated, comfortable design

Competitive battery life

Reasons to Avoid

Earcups don’t fold inwards

The one-two punch of Qualcomm’s AptX HD Bluetooth technology and B&W’s largest PX series drivers make these noise-cancelling headphones an absolute knock-out. That means low latency wireless transmission at hi-res quality of up to 24-bit/48kHz levels, so long as you’ve the source material to back that up.

The results include the solid, detailed and tonally balanced sound we’d expect from PX headphones and that brilliant rhythmic precision. But the PX7s bring more than just that. They explore new heights of dynamic expression and a sense of pure entertainment. This is a clearer, more detailed sound than their predecessors’, uncovering hitherto hidden levels of insight and expanding the soundstage significantly.

The PX7s might look and feel a little cheaper than the original PX, but we’d take them for their extra comfort and more advanced feature set. Ultimately, they’re still one of the more striking pairs of headphones on the market. And that sound – bellissimo.

Read the full Bowers & Wilkins PX7 review

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17. JBL Reflect Flow

Solid bass injection, good timing, great stamina and all at a good price.


Connector: N/A | Cable length: N/A | In-line remote and mic: N/A | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: No | Battery life: 10 hours (30 hours with charging case)

Reasons to Buy

Good detail

Strong bass depth

Long battery life

Reasons to Avoid

Can be beaten for dynamics

Carrying case is a bit big

JBL is a heavy hitter when it comes to true wireless sports headphones – and with the Under Armour Flash as its predecessor, the JBL Reflect Flow is a hotly anticipated entrant to the flourishing, albeit rather niche, true-wireless-for-sports market.

In their niche category, though, the JBL Reflect Flow headphones are very good indeed, especially if you want a bass-heavy sound for the gym without resorting to massive cans (which, if you’re moving a lot, many people won’t want). 

Battery life is impressive too, standing at 10 hours (or 30 with the case). That will last even the most hardcore of training sessions. The case is a bit bulky, however, so you won’t be taking that with you on a run. The finish also started to rub off after only a few days of testing, which isn’t ideal.

But sound-wise, they’re crisp with plenty of detail, and they time very well indeed. Bass is suitably cavernous, while the instruments sound distinct no matter how complex tracks become. Impressive.

Read the full JBL Reflect Flow review

18. Grado SR325e

The musical, detailed sound of these Grado headphones makes them a truly top buy.


Type: On-ear | Design: Open-back | Bluetooth: No | Finishes: Black/Silver

Reasons to Buy

Transparent across frequencies

Expressive dynamics

Precise timing

Remaining unbeaten at this price, these hugely revealing open-backed Grados are a compelling buy if you’re after a pair for home use. They have a solid, sturdy build that feels like it’ll last a lifetime of listening. And you can’t question that open-backed sound quality.

Everything from their tonal balance to their transparency across frequencies to their timing and dynamic ability is class-leading at this price. They’re as musical as headphones get, lapping up tracks’ rhythmic energy and producing a naturally cohesive presentation. Despite all this energy, they never veer into sounding bright or hard-edged, but always balanced, detailed and dynamically sound, no matter what genre(s) you choose.

Though like other open-backed models, they do leak sound like nobody’s business. So maybe one for the home rather than a packed train carriage, eh?

But if you’re serious about sound quality and they fit your budget, what are you waiting for?

Read the full Grado SR325e review

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19. Sony WF-SP800N

These talented all-rounders aim to please everyone.


Connector: N/A | Cable length: N/A | In-line remote and mic: N/A | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: 5.0 | Noise-cancelling: Yes | Battery life: 9 hours (18 hours with charging case)

Reasons to Buy

Vibrant, buoyant sound

Good noise-cancelling

Comfortable fit

Reasons to Avoid

Slightly coarse sound

Average battery life

Don’t want to spend an arm and a leg on some well-specified, true wireless in-ear headphones with active noise-cancellation? But still want to get worthwhile listening out of your Deezer or Tidal subscription and have access to Sony’s 360 Reality Audio spatial audio format? These could be the true wireless headphones for you.

They’re never less than a snug and secure fit, and that could make them ideal for fitness fanatics. It can also make them quite the earful for long wears but it never feels like too much of a burden.

For sound, these Sonys are never less than crisp and an undeniably assertive and insightful listen. Through the midrange, they load vocals with information – and bring an engaging quality to music. Dynamics are well-honed at both the large and small scale and everything comes across with an enjoyable rhythmic energy. Natural, convincing and convenient to the last, these are some very crowd-pleasing headphones.

Read the full Sony WF-SP800N review

20. Shure SE425

An excellent pair of no-compromise in-ear headphones.


Connector: 3.5mm | Cable length: 1.6m | In-line remote and mic: Optional | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: No | Noise-cancelling: no

Reasons to Buy

Energetic delivery

Solid midrange performance

Immersive sound

Reasons to Avoid

Some rivals boast more bass

We first reviewed the Shure SE425s back in 2013. That feels like a lifetime ago – back then, Daft Punk’s Get Lucky was riding high in the charts, while we were all marvelling at a new device called the iPhone 5S. But unlike Get Lucky and the 5S, these Shures have stood the test of time.

Fun, absorbing, classy, polished and captivating are just a few adjectives that you can use to describe their sound. The level of finesse and refinement on offer is astonishing even at this price. 

You can hear things you never thought were there even on recordings you know inside out. Sure, their looks might not appeal to everyone and they can be a bit fiddly to get in place first time round due to their over-ear design. But these are all about the amazing audio. If that’s your priority – and in our humble opinion, it really should be – these will not disappoint.

Read the full Shure SE425 review

21. Beyerdynamic Amiron

High-end headphones that sound as good as they feel.


Type: Over-ear | Bluetooth: No | Noise-cancelling: No | Connector: 3.5mm/6.3mm | Finishes: Black/Silver

Reasons to Buy

Nice bass detail

Clear and organised

Handles treble well

When it comes to Beyerdynamic’s Amiron headphones, one word springs to mind: comfort. The earcups and headband are made of alcantara microfibres (which have a texture similar to suede) and microvelour, which is as luxurious as it sounds. The result is a pair of headphones you can wear for hours on end. And despite their bulk, they don’t feel heavy at all, which is quite amazing.

But they’re not just comfortable. They sound fantastic too.

What’s most impressive is the way they take the whole frequency range in their stride. We like their clear midrange vocals, their tight timing, and the way that they can handle challengingly messy songs without breaking a sweat.

On the whole, the ability of the Amirons will keep you happy no matter what they’re playing. But be warned: they’re open-backed, and hence leak sound like a sieve, so the usual disclaimer about not listening on public transport applies.

Read the full Beyerdynamic Amiron review

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22. Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless

The best wireless Bluetooth headphones we’ve come across for home use.


Bluetooth: Yes | Noise-cancelling: No | Battery life: 30hrs | Charging: USB-C | Built-in mic and controls: Yes

Reasons to Buy

Fast, agile sound

Premium feel and build

Control system

Reasons to Avoid

No noise-cancelling

Not very portable

The Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless are among the best Bluetooth headphones we have heard, period.

Providing you get a pair that properly fits (our first review sample had issues, but our second one didn’t), we’re happy to say that you’d be hard-pushed to find better wireless performance for this premium amount of money. We listen to a variety of music, from classical to pop with much in between, and the Amiron Wireless are consistent in their performance. And that is to say, very good indeed. The sound is punchy and rhythmic with the clean, crisp midrange and treble complemented by a snappy well-timed bass. The lower registers are relayed confidently while not being overbearing, too.

While these Beyerdynamics do block out plenty of external sound, there is no active noise-cancelling, which less expensive rivals offer, and indeed this is a bulky, non-folding headset. But if you want the best sound you can get from a pair of wireless headphones for home use, you should look no further.

Read the full Beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless review

23. Grado SR80e

Grado has knocked it out of the park with these open-back headphones.


Type: On-ear | Design: Open-back | Bluetooth: No | Finishes: Black/Silver

Reasons to Buy

Excellent treble and midrange detail

Lively sound

Tight bass

Reasons to Avoid

Not the most relaxed sound

The Grado SR80es are exceptional and exceptionally odd headphones. Open-backed on-ear headphones are a rarity, but make for an amazing listening experience. Because the sound isn’t contained, as with closed-backed headphones, it has more room to breathe, giving it a much greater sense of space.

The downside? Everyone around you can hear what you’re listening to. So better choose your music wisely.

It takes some chutzpah to make open-backed headphones, but this pair shows unwavering confidence in its unusual approach. They’re lively headphones with excellent midrange and treble detail, as well as swift, deep bass for a pair of this size and style. They’re not the most relaxing listen and some won’t like the uncompromising nature of the midrange they present, but clarity relative to the price is excellent.

But because they leak sound and provide almost no isolation, they aren’t ideal for out and about use on, say, public transport. Not unless you want to get some very stern looks.

Read the full Grado SR80e review

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24. Beyerdynamic T1 (3rd Generation)

Beyerdynamic refines its winning formula.


Type: Open-backed, over-ear | Connector: 3.5mm | In-line remote and mic: No | OS support: Android/iOS | Bluetooth: No

Reasons to Buy

Clean, balanced presentation

Even-handed, informative nature

Comfortable and well made

The 10-year-old, original T1 models are something of a touchstone for us as far as premium headphones go. The main change between this third-generation model and its predecessor is that the new pair is easier to drive for laptops and mobile devices. The old model had a 600ohm impedance, while this new one takes that down to 32ohms.

The results are sound that’s very similar to the originals but cleaner and clearer if anything, slightly less bright and a little more rounded in the treble too, making them a bit more forgiving of aggressive electronics and recordings. There’s that same delivery of music with a palpable sense of power and authority, and vocals come through with nuance and clarity, too.

They’re comfortable enough for long listening sessions thanks to a nicely shaped, partially Alcantara-covered headband and generous velour-trimmed earpads.

These aren’t the kind of headphones that impress on a short listen. However, given a few days or even weeks, it’s hard not to fall under their spell. We certainly have.

Read the full Beyerdynamic T1 (3rd Generation) review

25. Focal Stellia

Some of the best headphones to ever grace the What Hi-Fi? listening room.


Bluetooth: No | Drivers: 40mm Beryllium | Sensitivity: 106dB/mW | Cable length: 1.2m (3.5mm jack), 3m (4-pin XLR) | Weight: 435g | Connectors: 3.5mm, 6.3mm adapter, XLR

Reasons to Buy

Refinement, insight and powerful bass

Excellent build and finish

Impressive comfort

Reasons to Avoid

Some practical issues with cable options

Ask us to name the best sounding headphones we’ve ever heard and you can be sure that Focal’s brilliant Stellia would be in with a shout. They really are that good – though at this price, they ought to be. Essentially, these are the closed-back version of the Utopias. But on a technical level, much has been re-engineered to account for the different configuration.

Everything here has been given the premium treatment, from the drivers and specially designed venting system to the high-quality leather and beautifully shaped metal parts. And they’re suitably comfortable. The 3.5mm cable is a little on the short side, but there are at least other cable options. 

Given the source electronics such a premium pair of headphones deserves, these Focals turn in a superb performance. Consider the likes of Chord’s Hugo 2 DAC/headphone amp with a suitable source such as a quality laptop and hi-res audio tracks. That done, you’ll be treated to a sound that’s detailed and spacious, with a powerful, agile bass. 

The Focal Stellia sound seamless and wonderfully integrated. The best headphones we’ve ever heard? Possibly.

Read the full Focal Stellia review

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26. Meze Audio Classics 99

These wired over-ears are as delectable as their name


Bluetooth: No | Mic/hands-free: Yes | Cable length: 1m (in-line remote), 3m | Weight: 260g | Connectors: 3.5mm, 6.3mm adapter

Reasons to Buy

Clear, smooth and direct

Impressively deep bass

Luxury aesthetic

Reasons to Avoid

Not the most energetic

Rivals are more transparent

The dwindling number of wired over-ears compared to a decade ago means there aren’t many models around today that we’d recommend at this price point. But the 99 Classics are one of them. 

While we ultimately prefer the greater transparency and liveliness of the wired Austrian Audio Hi-X55 or long-time favourites Grado SR325e (both of which feature above), these Mezes are easy to find favour with. Their appealing combination of natural warmth and good insight, all-day comfort and classic looks make them an appetising option.

Read the full Meze Audio 99 Classics review


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Available for all kinds of listeners, headphones are available in a range of different sizes, specs and designs. Perfect for use on the go, at home or in the studio, headphones are available from a variety of brands including Beats by Dr. Dre, Sony and Monster.

Over Ear Headphones

Over ear, or ear cup headphones fit over the whole ear, giving a very targeted and immersive listening experience. As the ear pads fit over the entire ear, no sound is lost. These headphones are designed to give a top end performance, meaning theyre best used in the studio.

Sony MDR7506 are headphones for the professional. Lightweight yet durable, they fold up when needed, making them very easy to store and transport and the adjustable headband allows you to position the headphones in the most comfortable way possible

The large ear pads offer increased comfort, letting you wear them for extended periods of time without feeling any discomfort. The ear pads also ensure that less sound is lost and outside noise is blocked, meaning that they deliver high quality and intense audio output.

The most important factor in a pair of headphones is the quality of the audio drivers. With high end 40mm drivers, every single detail is audible, from deep low bass to crystal clear highs.

On Ear Headphones

On ear headphones are perfect for the casual listener who wants premium audio quality. Similar to over ear, on ear headphones fit onto your ear rather than around it.

Beats by Dr. Dre have recently taken the headphone market by storm and the Solo3 Wireless headphones are no exception. With up to 40 hours of battery life these headphones are diverse. They can be used at home, on your daily commute or when mixing tracks.

Created with an Apple W1 chip, on ear headphones can connect to Apple devices in seconds, giving you more time listening to music and less time setting up a connection.

Engineered to give the best audio output possible, Beats Solo3 headphones can output a full range of audio whilst still being balanced. The cushioned ear pads help to keep sound in and noise out, further enhancing the listening experience.

In Ear headphones

Designed for casual use, in ear headphones fit directly into your ear to give you an extremely focused audio experience. Compact and lightweight, these headphones can be used on the go without the worry of having to carry around a large case.

To stop any annoying tangling, in ear Monster headphones are completely wireless. Using Bluetooth to connect to your device, iSport headphones give you full freedom of movement when working out.

To ensure that you can get an intense workout whilst still listening to your favourite playlists, they feature sweat resistant clips that further secure the headphones to your ear.

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    Offering a massive range of brands and styles, our headphones selection is truly comprehensive! If it’s something for the commute to work, college or school you’re after, then check out our range of in-ear headphones. Small, light but always chosen for the best sound at their price, these are the most popular choice for music on the go. If you’re connecting up to your smartphone, then why not choose a pair that also come with a built-in mic – perfect for switching between calls and music. Do check the model you’re interested in carefully, though, as some only work with Apple iOS and not Android phones or vice versa. Ranging from a few pounds to around £1000, we really do have in-ears for all budgets!

    For music at home you’ll probably prefer on-ear headphones. Although larger, these generally offer a more dynamic sound and greater long-term listening comfort. Check that the plug size is right for your system as you may find you’ll need a 3.5mm – 6.3mm adaptor plug. There are essentially two types of on-ear headphones; closed back and open back. Closed back offer superior, passive noise isolation for blocking outside sounds. As they don’t tend to leak sound, they’re also more sociable for those around! Open back designs let more noise in and out but they also tend to sound more spacious.

    If you’re a regular traveller then you might want to consider noise-cancelling headphones. Perfect for use on planes, trains and coaches, these actively block out background noise. Price for price, the sound quality won’t be quite as good as regular headphones and they do require battery power but they can make all the difference between a stressful journey and a soothing one!

    For complete freedom from wires, try out a pair of wireless headphones. The most popular use two types of wireless transmission; RF (Radio Frequency) or Bluetooth. RF usually offers a longer range but the downside is that a transmitter is also required, making them less flexible. Bluetooth headphones will easily pair with your smartphone, tablet and many other devices, but do tend to be limited to a range of around 10m.

    Finally, if music means the world to you (as it does us), then why not check out our premium range. Boasting the finest brands such as Grado, AKG, Sennheiser, PSB, Beyerdynamic, Shure, Final Audio Design, Bang & Olufsen, Oppo & Audeze, we’re truly proud of our extended premium range. Premium quality headphones can deliver astonishing sound quality with the detail and resolution usually associated with amp and speakers costing many thousands of pounds. As we realise some of these headphones can represent a major financial commitment we offer a ‘try before you buy’ service and highly recommend taking a listen at one of our stores rather than buying ‘blind’.

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    The best headphones of 2021

    What are the best headphones in 2021? With so many brands, models, and designs to choose from, finding the best headphones for your needs can be tricky – but we’re here to help.

    Which headphones style is best for you?

    Our list below features all of the best headphones you can buy today, and includes a range of options, from true wireless earbuds that cut the cord completely, through to super immersive, noise-cancelling headphones that can block out all ambient sounds, leaving you to focus on your work, music, or podcasts.

    They may all look different, but best headphones of 2021 all have some key things in common: comfortable designs, class-leasing audio performances, and a range of fantastic extra features, such as built-in voice assistants and wireless connectivity.

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    We believe that a good pair of headphones is a must-have for anyone who loves their music – and that’s true whether you’re listening on your smartphone, your laptop, or one of the best MP3 players you can buy today. 

    Whether you’re looking for unbeatable, audiophile sound quality or budget-friendly earbuds that can handle a sweaty workout sessions, we’ve got you covered.

    There’s even much more choice on the way soon. Rumors of the AirPods Pro 2 and the AirPods 3 have been circulating for months now – and we’re hearing more information on the first Sonos headphones, as well as the rumored Beats Studio Buds.

    So, if you’re in a hurry and want to find the best headphones your money can buy right now, check out the top picks from every audio tech category below. And don’t forget – Prime Day deals are here, and that means many of the headphones in this guide will be discounted heavily. We’ve included a few of our favorite deals below – or you can head to our dedicated Prime Day headphones deals guide for more.

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    Sony WH-1000XM4 headphones: $348 $248 at Amazon
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    Echo Buds (2nd Gen): $119.99 $79.99 at Amazon
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    Amazon’s Prime Day sale has the all-new Echo Buds on sale for $79.99. Amazon’s wireless earbuds feature active noise cancellation and work with Alexa to stream music, make calls, get directions, and more.
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    AirPods Pro: $249 $189.99 at Amazon
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    We haven’t seen the AirPods Pro drop down to this $189.99 position for a long time – they’ve been stuck at $199 for a few months now. However, you’ve got another chance to grab these premium ANC earbuds for an extra $10 off right now. Move fast, though, because these are likely to sell out.
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    Jabra Elite 45H: $99.99 $54.99 at Amazon
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    Sennheiser HD 450BT Wireless Headphones: £159 £89 at Amazon
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    This is a return to the lowest price we’ve ever seen on the Sennheiser HD 450BT headphones. That means you’re getting a great pair of cups with excellent sound, good noise cancellation and a comfy fit to boot.
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    AirPods (2019): £159 £119 at Amazon
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    The 2019 Apple AirPods have seen their fair share of big sales periods, and we’ve only ever seen that £159 RRP drop down to this £119 sales price. That means we would be surprised if we saw another major discount in later Prime Day headphone deals.
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    Panasonic RZ-S500W true wireless earbuds: £149.99 £89.99 at Amazon
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    Available in white and black, these brilliant wireless earbuds offer great noise cancellation, a comfy fit, and clear voice calls – and an IPX4 water resistance rating means you can use them while working out.View Deal

    Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700: £349.95 £209 at Amazon
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    These Bose cans are among the best noise-cancelling headphones you can buy in 2021, and with £140 off, they’re a steal, boasting fantastic ANC, great audio performance, and a sleek design. This is the lowest price we’ve seen for these headphones, so you should snap it up while you can.
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    Best headphones 2021: Sony WH-1000XM4

    The headphones that do it all


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 253g

    Frequency response: 4Hz to 40kHz

    Drivers: 1.57-inch dome-type

    Battery life: 30 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +Improved noise-cancellation+DSEE Extreme audio upscaling+Multipoint pairing

    Reasons to avoid

    -Not water-resistant

    The Sony WH-1000XM4 deliver excellent noise-cancellation and surprising sound quality all in a lightweight, comfortable design.  

    While they don’t look significantly different from their predecessors, the Sony WH-1000XM3, 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.

    By every possible metric, the Sony WH-1000XM4 is a wonderful pair of wireless noise-cancelling headphones. They deliver exactly what they promise and then some thanks to their exceptional noise cancellation and cutting-edge codec support.

    On top of the adjustments listed above, the Sony WH-1000XM4 support Sony’s 360 Reality Audio format that enables spatial audio on stereo headphones plus the LDAC codec that can send a bitrate of up to 990 kbps. The unfortunate bit there, though, is that it no longer supports aptX or aptX HD, so your Hi-Res Audio support mileage may vary.

    Despite being usurped by the XM4s, the Sony WH-1000XM3s are still well worth considering – and they’re likely to be discounted now that the newer model is out.

    Read more: Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones review

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    Best in-ear headphones: 1More Triple Driver In-Ear Headphone

    Your search for great-sounding, good value headphones ends here


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 18g

    Frequency response: 20-40,000Hz

    Drivers: Dynamic

    Battery life: N/A


    Reasons to buy

    +Lush sound quality+Excellent build and design+Unmatched value

    Reasons to avoid

    -Plastic remote feels cheap

    After spending a few weeks with both the 1MORE Triple Driver in-ear headphones, we were blown away by the great value for money they represent – that’s why they’re the best headphones for those who like wired earbuds.

    For $100 / £100 (about AU$168), it’s hard to think of a better-sounding and more well-built pair of earphones than the 1MORE Triple Drivers. (That said, if you want just that little extra refinement and luxury materials, the 1MORE Quad Drivers are still a bargain at twice the price.)

    There’s very little we can fault the Triple Drivers for. Sure, the inbuilt remote feels a little cheap, but that’s more than made up for by the lush sound quality offered by these luxe-looking earbud.

    For the price, it’s impossible to do better than 1MORE’s Triple Driver in-ear headphones. 

    Read more: 1More Triple Driver In-Ear Headphone review

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    Best budget in-ear headphones: RHA S500u

    Great-sounding, incredibly cheap in-ear headphones


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 14g

    Frequency response: 16-22,000Hz

    Drivers: Micro Dynamic

    Battery life: N/A


    Reasons to buy

    +Excellent build quality  +Balanced, rich audio  

    Reasons to avoid

    -Sibilant at times -Narrow soundstage 

    If you have a tendency to lose or break headphones, but you still value sound quality, it’s hard to think of a better value pair of earbuds than the RHA S500u. 

    These in-ear headphones have no business sounding so good for $40 / £30 / AU$52, sporting a balanced soundstage with a slight mid-bass bump to power you through your workouts and make your music sound great. 

    Bass is slightly emphasized but not egregiously and features good impact while maintaining good control – and highs, while sibilant at times, makes music sound more exciting. In short, these are the best headphones you can buy if you’re on a strict budget.  

    Read more: RHA S500u review

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    Best wireless headphones: Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones

    Strong all-rounders


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 310g

    Frequency response: 10 – 30,000 Hz

    Drivers: 43.6mm full range

    Battery life: 30 hours


    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 wireless headphones with active noise cancellation and you’re not put off by the $399 / £349 / AU$600 price tag, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 are well worth considering. The title of best wireless headphones still goes to the Sony WH-1000XM4 of course, but there’s not much in it. 

    With sophisticated noise cancellation, much-improved sound quality, and a honed aesthetic, the PX7 could give any of the 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. That’s why they’re the best headphones if you’re looking for a strong pair of all-rounders.

    Read more: Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones review

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    Best budget wireless headphones: Plantronics BackBeat Go 810

    Solid, affordable, mid-range noise-cancelling headphones


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 289g

    Frequency response: N/A

    Drivers: 40mm dynamic

    Battery life: 24 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +Excellent build quality+Warm, balanced sound+Reliable wireless connection

    Reasons to avoid

    -Hiss when music isn’t playing

    For years, the Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 were among our favorite wireless headphones because of their excellent sound, build quality and features. Unfortunately, they were also kind of expensive. 

    For a lot less ($150 / £140 / AU$240), Plantronics now sells the brilliant BackBeat Go 810, which use less premium materials but sound nearly identical to its more expensive predecessor – and sport an equally chic design. 

    With that in mind, the BackBeat Go 810 are the best headphones for those that want wireless connectivity without the high price tag.

    Read more: Plantronics BackBeat Go 810 review

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    Best true wireless earbuds: Sony WF-1000XM4 Wireless Earbuds

    The best true wireless earbuds you can buy today


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 7.3g

    Frequency response: 20-40,000Hz

    Drivers: 6mm

    Battery life : 8 hours (earbuds) 16 hours (charging case)


    Reasons to buy

    +Rapid, full-bodied and eloquent sound+Truly useful features+Impressive call quality

    Reasons to avoid

    -Unremarkable battery life-No aptX support

    Sony is largely responsible for the rude health of the active noise-cancelling true wireless earbuds market, and with the WF-1000XM4, the company has combined performance, ergonomics, and build quality more effectively than ever before. 

    Compared to their predecessors, the Sony WF-1000XM3, the new wireless earbuds offer enough quality-of-life features to make them worth upgrading to, even if they are more expensive. 

    While other true wireless earbuds surpass the Sony WF-1000XM4 in particular areas – noise cancellation, for example – no other model comes close to offering such excellent quality across the board. That’s why the Sony WF-1000XM4 are hands-down the best true wireless earbuds you can buy today.

    Read more: Sony WF-1000XM4 review

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    Best budget true wireless earbuds: Lypertek PurePlay Z3 (Tevi)

    Incredible, affordable buds


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 100g

    Frequency response: 20-20,000Hz

    Drivers: 6mm graphene

    Battery life : 10 hours (earbuds) 70 hours (with charging case)


    Reasons to buy

    +Incredible value+Neutral audiophile-like sound+Great battery life

    Reasons to avoid

    -Design is a bit plain

    Formerly known as the Lypertek Tevi, the Lypertek PurePlay Z3 are among the best true wireless earbuds we’ve tried, especially given their low price tag ($130 / £99 / AU$185).

    With USB-C charging, a well-balanced sound, lengthy battery life, and waterproofing, they tick every box you could ask for, from what are basically a pair of budget buds. 

    The Lypertek Tevi, surprisingly, might just blow you away, punching well above their weight and rivaling buds from some of the biggest audio brands on the planet – and making it onto our round up of the best headphones. 

    Consider us pleasantly surprised.

    Read more: Lypertek PurePlay Z3 (Tevi) true wireless earbuds review

    Looking for something even cheaper? Check out the Lypertek SoundFree S20 boast a great sound and excellent connectivity for a low price.

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    Best Bluetooth earbuds: NuraLoop headphones

    Improving on aural perfection


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 25g

    Frequency response: 20Hz – 20 kHz

    Drivers: 8.6mm dynamic

    Battery life: 16 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +Rich, adaptive audio+ANC and social mode+Rugged, sweatproof desig

    Reasons to avoid

    -Stiff neckband can get in the way

    NuraLoop boils down the essence of the company’s first product, the Nuraphone, into a much more compact, rugged, and affordable package, and doesn’t lose much in the process.

    The star of the show is its adaptive audio technology, which automatically determines a listening profile for the user and feeds them well-balanced, lush sound as a result.

    On top of this, features like active noise-cancelling, social mode, an IPX3 rating, Immersion mode, a great battery life, and the ability to attach an analog cable for 3.5mm headphone jacks makes this pair of wireless earbuds truly shine.

    Read more: NuraLoop headphones review

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    Best noise-cancelling headphones: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

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


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 25g

    Frequency response: N/A

    Drivers: N/A

    Battery life: 20 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +Outstanding noise cancelation+Fun, lively sound+Elegant design

    Reasons to avoid

    -Battery life could be better

    If the Sony WH-1000XM4s are the true king of noise-cancelling headphones, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are next in line for the throne – and for the sake of offering an alternative, we’ve included them in this list.

    By applying noise cancellation to phone calls as well as music, Bose has made great strides in the field of noise-cancelling headphones. The sound quality is undeniably good, with a vibrant, lively character and well-balanced soundstage.

    If you’re trying to decide between buying the Sony WH-1000XM4s and the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, we’d recommend going for the former because of that lower price and better battery life – they’re the best headphones of 2020 for a reason. 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 cancellation is out of this world. 

    Read more: Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 review

    Best budget noise-cancelling headphones: AKG N60NC

    Excellent performance at a low price


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 198g

    Frequency response: 10 – 20,000 Hz

    Drivers: 40mm

    Battery life: 15 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +15-30 hours’ battery life+Lossless audio support+Superb sound

    Reasons to avoid

    -On-ear form can be uncomfortable

    These headphones are award-winners, with a coveted 5-star rating from TechRadar. Now the price has fallen considerably they’re an even better buy. The noise cancellation is very good indeed, and like other AKG headphones there’s good, solid bass without overpowering the midrange and treble. They’re comfortable, too, which is an important consideration if you’re using them on your travels.

    The battery is decent for cheap noise canceling headphones, with 15 hours of playback over Bluetooth. If you just want full noise cancellation, you’re good for a whopping 30 hours of peace and relative quiet before you need to find a charger. Note: these headphones are available in wired or wireless versions.

    Read more: AKG N60NC review

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    Best noise-cancelling earbuds: Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

    Noise cancellation in the true wireless market just got serious


    Acoustic Design: Closed

    Weight: 8.5g

    Frequency Response: N/A

    Drivers: N/A

    Battery on-board: 6 hours (earbuds) 12 hours (charging case)


    Reasons to buy

    +Best-in-class ANC+Rich, clear sound+Secure, comfortable fit+Wireless charging

    Reasons to avoid

    -Lacks on-board volume control-Bulky charging case-Case could offer more charge

    It’s Bose’s second attempt at a set of true wireless headphones, and the QuietComfort Earbuds are leaps and bounds better than the older SoundSport Free. Not only is the design a lot better, but the noise cancellation is also exemplary. Sound quality is also really very good – albeit a touch less bassy as compared to Sony – with superb clarity. These noise-cancelling earbuds are incredibly comfortable and well balanced too, despite their bulky form factor.

    Read more: Bose QuietComfort Earbuds review

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    Best on-ear headphones: Grado SR60e

    Truly excellent sound performance for a stellar price


    Acoustic design: Open

    Weight: 220g

    Frequency response: 20Hz-20,000Hz

    Drivers: Dynamic

    Battery life: N/A


    Reasons to buy

    +Very comfortable+Impressive definition for the price+Highly recommended

    Reasons to avoid

    -No in-line controls

    For your money, you can’t do any better than Grado’s SR60e. The third-generation of the Brooklyn, NY-based company’s Prestige Series are its best and most refined yet. 

    The SR60e in particular are a smart choice if you’re looking for an entry-level pair of headphones that sound far more expensive than they really are.

    Their open-backed earcup design makes them feel more breathable than most on-ear headphones, delivering a wide, natural soundstage. In a few words, they’re our gold-standard when it comes to on-ears.

    (Our review is for the SR60i, but the newer SR60e headphones are largely similar in design and performance.)

    Read more: Grado SR60e review

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    Best budget on-ear headphones: Jabra Elite 45h

    The best value on-ear headphones you can buy


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 160g

    Frequency response: 20Hz-20,000Hz

    Drivers: 40mm

    Battery life: 50 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +Balanced sound+Impressive battery life

    Reasons to avoid

    -Leaky sound-Iffy call quality

    For just  $79 / £69/ AU$99, Jabra has wrapped Bluetooth 5 connectivity, 40mm full-range dynamic drivers and a smattering of physical push-button controls in a wireless on-ear frame. Faux leather and memory foam, combined with winningly un-creaky plastic, make for a comfortable fit (even if the earpads themselves absorb ear-heat quite quickly and then give it straight back).

    There’s voice control available from Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri. Jabra’s Sound+ control app even walks you through a brief hearing test to establish exactly how the EQs should be set to best suit your ears. By the standards of overtly affordable headphones, the Elite 45h are feature-packed.

    Read more: Jabra Elite 45h review

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    Best over-ear headphones: Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro

    Professional headphones that know how to have fun


    Acoustic design: Open

    Weight: 370 g

    Frequency response: 5 – 40,000Hz

    Drivers: 45mm dynamic Tesla neodymium

    Battery life: N/A


    Reasons to buy

    +Built like a tank+Excellent comfort+Breathtaking resolution

    Reasons to avoid

    -Slightly recessed mids

    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.

    Enter the Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro, an open-back version of the Beyerdynamic DT 1770 Pro, which won our Editor’s Choice for their 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 the DT 1990 Pro a great sense of space. The soundstage is quite wide, too, allowing even the most lackadaisical listener to pinpoint the exact location of where each instrument is playing.  

    If you’ve been searching for a pair of high fidelity cans that are used by some of the world’s leading audio engineers, these are the best headphones for you.

    Read more: Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro review

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    Best budget over-ear headphones: JBL Tune 750BTNC

    Quality noise-cancelling over-ears for a great price


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 220g

    Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz

    Drivers: 40mm

    Battery life: 22 hours


    Reasons to buy

    +Good sound quality+Strong active noise cancelation

    Reasons to avoid

    -No waterproofing-Average 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

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    Best luxury headphones: Focal Stellia

    Luxury cans with a luxury price tag to match


    Acoustic design: Closed

    Weight: 435g

    Frequency response: 5Hz – 40kHz

    Drivers: 40mm

    Battery life: N/A


    Reasons to buy

    +Stunning, precise sound+Open soundstage+Opulent design

    Reasons to avoid

    -Extremely expensive

    If you ignore the price, the Focal Stellias are perhaps the best headphones on the planet. 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.

    If you like to keep things minimal in the headphones department, you probably won’t like the showy, opulent design of the Focal Stellias, and they can feel a little chunky for wearing on the commute into work. 

    But if luxury is your thing, the full-grain leather cups, woven cables, brushed copper accents, and matching carrying case are likely to appeal. 

    That luxury feel is translated right down to the presentation of the user manuals in a neat little leather-style wallet – and you may well expect to find this level of detail in exchange for parting with $3,000. Ouch. 

    Read more: Focal Stellia headphones review

    Best headphones of 2021, at a glance

    What to look for

    Choosing the best headphones for you can be an agonizing decision – but it doesn’t have to be if you look for a few key features. 

    Above all, sound quality is the most important thing to look for. That doesn’t mean you have to buy the most expensive audiophile headphones on the market; it just means that you should have an idea of what kind of sound you like. 

    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, the best headphones for you will probably contain 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.

    You also need to consider the design of your new headphones. Do you want the freedom of true wireless earbuds or the security of a pair of sturdy over-ear headphones?

    Wireless or wired is also an important consideration. A few short years ago, we may have tried to dissuade you from buying a pair of wireless headphones (the technology had issues with wireless connectivity over Bluetooth and sound quality took a dive as a result). 

    Nowadays however, advances in Bluetooth technology means that wireless headphones can sound fantastic and rarely experience annoying dropouts. If you’re going for wireless headphones, make sure the battery life is decent, too.

    You should also think about what you’ll be using your new headphones for; if you need to soundtrack your workout, you’ll want to look at the best headphones specifically designed for running or swimming.

    Lastly, you need to consider price. You don’t have to break the bank when your buying the best headphones for you, as evidenced by our guide to the best cheap headphones of 2021.

    Press on to page two to see how to pick out a good pair of headphones along more of our recommendations.

    Check out our videos below for a roundup of the best headphones available.

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    90,000 The son lost his memory for 10 years, but the doctors shrugged. Help came unexpectedly – she played from the headphones

    A resident of Great Britain did not recognize his relatives for years after losing his memory and did not remember at all what happened in his past life. When the man completely despaired of regaining his memories, help came from where they did not expect – she started playing from the headphones.

    A man named Thomas Leeds from London claims to have lost more than ten years of his life due to the loss of his memory as a teenager. As a 19-year-old guy, Thomas had an accident, the BBC writes.

    I was hit by a car when I was crossing the road. Apparently, I landed on my head, and I had to do an emergency operation, – said Leeds.

    Thomas Leeds

    The doctors managed to keep Leeds alive, but not his memory. When he woke up, the guy did not recognize his parents and did not remember a single episode from his past life.According to Leeds, everything seemed alien to him – even the house in which he grew up.

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    For the first three years of recovery from the accident, I felt like I was in some kind of emotional cocoon.

    At the age of 19, Thomas had an accident

    Over the next ten years, Thomas tried to regain at least some of his memories and constantly asked his parents and friends about the events that happened to him before the accident, but this did not help.

    I listened to stories about a stranger. They were not at all associated with me and did not evoke any response, – said Thomas.

    Thomas in childhood and adolescence

    In preparation for his 30th birthday, the man decided to make a playlist of songs from his youth. Leeds googled tracks that were popular from the late 1980s to the mid 1990s, including the hit hit by The Waterboys. As Leeds later admitted, as soon as he heard the melody, he experienced unusual sensations.

    Already in the first bars of the song, I realized six distinct memories of my early years.It was the most magical thing in the world, I literally plunged into my childhood, – Thomas admitted.

    A song from the past helped Thomas regain his memory.

    It was after this, according to Leeds, that memory began to return to him – sometimes a man was able to recall whole episodes from his youth, and this completely changed his attitude towards life.

    It was as if my past began to return to me, and it really helps to look into the future. It’s hard to live without memories, you’re like a stranger to yourself, ”explained Leeds.

    Since then, the man continued to work with a psychotherapist and try to recall even more episodes from the past. Since his memory began to recover, there have been changes in Thomas’s life: he met his wife and became the father of a daughter. As Thomas admitted, his wife is the only person whom he easily recognizes in the crowd.

    When we met, she had red hair, she looked like bacon. Since then, she always dyes her hair in this shade, and I will never confuse her with anyone, – Thomas is sure.

    Thomas with his wife

    Another US resident also knows firsthand what brain tricks are, because he went to bed as a man, and woke up as a baby. Sounds like a fantasy plot, but in fact it’s real life in a thriller.

    A pensioner from Japan herself learned to cheat the time, because, although a woman is 90 years old, no one would dare to call her an old woman. Even female students envy such a figure, but even a plastic surgeon cannot help.

    90,000 20 incredibly funny parodies of popular films

    Many consider parody films to be one of the “lowest” genres.There is some truth in this. Such paintings often have small budgets, they rarely last more than an hour and a half. In addition, parody plots usually retell familiar stories, only in a comedic key.

    Hence the lack of popularity among critics and the absence of prestigious awards. But they perform their main function – they simply amuse the viewer. Therefore, many successful parodies went down in history, sometimes even better remembered than the original films.

    A considerable part of the pictures from our selection was shot by the same authors: the legendary Mel Brooks and the equally famous trio of the Zucker brothers and Jim Abrahams.But I come across remarkable works from other directors.

    1. Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    Monty Python and the Holy Grail

    • UK 1975.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 90 minutes.
    • IMDb: 8.3.

    Members of the British comic troupe “Monty Python” in a humorous manner retell the famous legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. There is enough room for both vulgarity and completely absurd jokes for which this team of artists was famous.

    The film not only became the directorial debut of Terry Gilliam, but was also sold for quotes, and some characters literally turned into a standard of strange humor. For example, the Black Knight, who demanded to continue the fight, even when two of his arms and one leg were cut off.

    2. Young Frankenstein

    Young Frankenstein

    • USA, 1974.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 106 minutes.
    • IMDb: 8.0.

    A parody of the classic horror movies of the thirties, Mel Brooks came up with his longtime friend, actor Gene Wilder, who played the main role.The plot tells about the grandson of Dr. Frankenstein. He inherits the castle, where the notorious grandfather conducted his experiments, and also revives the monster.

    Brooks tried to copy classic films not only in plot, but also visually: black and white picture, transitions between scenes and even music recreate a retro atmosphere. Interestingly, the picture was filmed in the same scenery as the “Frankenstein” in 1931.

    3. This Is Spinal Tap

    • USA 1984.
    • Comedy, musical.
    • Duration: 82 minutes.
    • IMDb: 8.0.

    This pseudo-documentary follows several months of the history of the fictional glam rock band Spinal Tap, which is rapidly losing popularity after its finest hour.

    It’s funny that the artists from this film later actually formed a group and even recorded several albums. Well, in the film itself, it’s easy to notice the irony over documentaries about bands such as Kiss or Judas Priest.Although at the first screenings, the audience was dissatisfied – many did not understand that the plot was dedicated to a fake group.

    4. Zombie named Shaun

    Shaun of the Dead

    • UK, France, 2004.
    • Comedy, horror.
    • Duration: 99 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.9.

    Sean’s life is very boring – he works as a consultant in a store and cannot get his life back on track. But one day he has to forget about everyday problems: everyone around turns into zombies, and now Sean, together with his friends, needs to somehow escape.

    The talented director Edgar Wright took classic films about the living dead as a basis. Even in the original title, it’s easy to see a reference to Dawn of the dead by the famous George Romero. And visually, Wright copies horror footage literally in every second scene.

    But in the end, the director came out not just a funny parody, but an original stylization that the audience loved very much. Subsequently, Wright, with the same team, continued his experiments in the films “Kind of Cool Cop” and “Armageddian” – parodies of police films and science fiction about aliens.

    5. Airplane!


    • USA, 1980.
    • Black comedy.
    • Duration: 88 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.8.

    This famous comedy from the Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker trinity parodies such classics as Zero Hour!, Airport and all sorts of disaster films. A former military pilot finds himself in a falling plane. Now only he can save all passengers from death, but the problem is that the hero does not believe in himself because of the trauma of the past.

    This parody is considered one of the best in the history of the genre. The authors did everything perfectly: they took a clichéd tragic plot and exaggerated all its components to such an extent that it became ridiculous. Two years later, the film received a sequel, which was named “Airplane-2: Continuation”. Its action takes place already in space. But the second time to repeat the success did not work.

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    6. Shining Saddles

    Blazing Saddles

    • USA 1974.
    • Comedy, Western.
    • Duration: 93 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.8.

    The film parodies classic westerns and, first of all, the picture “Exactly at noon”. Greedy villains want to lead a railway through a small town. But for this they need to expel all residents. To make everything look legal, they send a gang of thugs to the city and appoint a new sheriff who hardly knows how to shoot, and even a black one.

    Director Mel Brooks appears frequently in his films.But here he distinguished himself especially and played not only the stupid governor, but also the leader of the Indians, who for some reason speaks Yiddish.

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    7. Naked Gun

    The Naked Gun: from the Files of Police Squad!

    • USA, 1988.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 85 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.6.

    Another parody legend has grown out of the comedy series Police Squad!The authors make fun of a variety of detectives and action films, from Dirty Harry to Columbo. The main character, played by Leslie Nielsen, has to expose a large-scale conspiracy and save the Queen of Great Britain herself.

    The film has two sequels, which, in terms of humor, are practically not inferior to the first part. So you can watch them all in a row. And the biggest fans of Nielsen can appreciate the original “Police squad!”.

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    8. Top secret!

    Top Secret!

    • USA, 1984.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 90 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.2.

    American singer Nick Rivers comes to Germany for a festival and finds himself in the center of spy games. The military from the GDR kidnapped a scientist and are trying to create a terrible weapon. But Nick, along with the charming girl Hillary and the rebels, resists the villains.

    The film parodies many paintings and even entire genres at once. Thus, musicals with Elvis Presley, spy stories from the Cold War, and even “Blue Lagoon” were also hit by the authors.

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    9. Space eggs


    • USA, 1987.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 96 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.1.

    Four years after the final episode of George Lucas’ classic Star Wars trilogy, a parody of the franchise has appeared on the screens. The story is about the same: the evil emperor and Lord Grand Slam are trying to conquer the galaxy, and the princess turns to the warrior-wanderer for help.

    Interestingly, Lucas, who was very fond of Mel Brooks’s previous films, not only allowed the director to shoot a parody of his creation, but also helped him with special effects and sound at work.

    And by the way: not everyone knows that this film has a sequel. In 2008, the animated series “Comic Eggs” was released, consisting of 13 episodes.

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    10. Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

    Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

    • USA, 1997.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 94 minutes.
    • IMDb: 7.0.

    Against the background of universal love for James Bond, numerous parodies dedicated to super spies could not but appear. And the most striking of them is a series of films about Austin Powers, a favorite of women and a tough agent from the sixties, who lay in the freeze for about 30 years.

    After awakening, he will have to confront Doctor Evil, who demands a huge ransom from the governments of large countries, threatening to blow up all volcanoes.

    The leading actor Mike Myers, who played not only Austin Powers, but also his enemy Doctor Evil, and several more characters in the sequels, deserves a separate mention.

    11. Robin Hood: Men in Tights

    Robin Hood: Men in Tights

    • USA 1993.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 104 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.7.

    Robin from Loxley returns from captivity to his native land, finds a new friend Ap-Chhi and soon discovers that the Sheriff of Rothem took his ancestral castle for debts.Now the hero needs to collect funny guys in tights and fight with Prince John. And at the same time fall in love with the maiden Marian, who wears a chastity belt.

    This film primarily parodies the famous “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” with Kevin Costner. But at the same time, references to many iconic paintings are used, even “The Godfather” is recalled.

    12. Hot heads!

    Hot Shots!

    • USA, 1991.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 85 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.7.

    This film is clearly inspired by the famous “Top Shooter” starring Tom Cruise. The plot is dedicated to the pilot Topper Harley, who is trying to overcome the complexes associated with his father in an Indian settlement. But he is found and returned to the base to participate in the military operation in Iraq.

    It’s funny that even the leading actor – Charlie Sheen – in those days was quite similar to Tom Cruise. Although in the second part, they clearly did not think about the similarities of the characters – the sequel parodies the film “Rambo”.

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    13. Hot American Summer

    Wet Hot American Summer

    • USA, 2001.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 97 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.7.

    After “American Pie” won the audience, a whole wave of vulgar comedies about teenagers poured onto the screens. And then director David Wayne decided to do the impossible – to make a parody of silly comedies. The idea was initially not appreciated, but over time the film became a cult.

    The action takes place on the last day of rest at the summer camp, where the heroes fall in love, quarrel, drown, talk with cans, get drugs, participate in musicals and save the Earth from the threat from space.

    And after almost 15 years, the director went even further – he shot a prequel story with the same actors.

    14. Manitu moccasins

    Der Schuh des Manitu

    • Germany, 2001.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 87 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.7.

    This parody of westerns was filmed in Germany. But this is not surprising, because many classic films of the genre came from this country: remember at least “Chingachgook – Big Serpent” with Goiko Mitic or “Faithful Hand – Friend of the Indians” jointly produced by Germany and Yugoslavia.

    This is the story of blood brothers Abahachi and Ranger, who decided to buy a bar, and then were unjustly accused of killing the Cowardly Rabbit – the son of the Sly Slug leader.The heroes need to live up to their name and at the same time find the treasure. But the Indians have already dug up a folding chair and declared war.

    15. Fear of heights

    High Anxiety

    • USA, 1977.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 94 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.7.

    This film is a parody and at the same time a declaration of love by Mel Brooks for the films of Alfred Hitchcock. Even the name itself hints at the classic painting “Dizziness”, and in the plot you can see references to “Psycho”, “Birds” and other works of the master.

    Dr. Richard Thorndike (played by Brooks himself) has been appointed director of the neuropsychiatric clinic for the most severely ill. But in the process of work, he himself becomes as nervous as his patients.

    16. Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood

    • USA 1996.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 89 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.6.

    In the nineties, dozens of films about life in poor neighborhoods inhabited by blacks appeared on the screens. And director Paris Barclay decided to parody this trend.

    In his full-length debut, there is not even a sensible plot, just a set of miniatures about the life of two cousins: Ashtray and Lok Dog. One of them is more restrained and well-mannered, but the second loves to create real chaos. Interestingly, the main characters were played by brothers Sean and Marlon Wayans – members of a huge acting family.

    17. Three amigos!

    ¡Three Amigos!

    • USA 1986.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 105 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.5.

    Rogue El Guapo and his charges terrorize a Mexican village. For protection, the inhabitants call on fearless heroes known as the “three amigos”. The only trouble is that they are actually silent film actors who confused the real danger with the next shoot.

    It’s not hard to see that this film is clearly making fun of the classic Western, The Magnificent Seven. And that, in turn, is based on the film by Akira Kurosawa “Seven Samurai”.

    18. Scary Movie

    Scary Movie

    • USA, 2000.
    • Black comedy.
    • Duration: 88 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.2.

    A witty parody of The Scream retells the story of a maniac, turning all the heroes into idiots, and the plot into sheer madness.By the way, the main roles were again played by Sean and Marlon Wayans, and their brother Keenen Ivory Wayans was the director.

    The film spawned a whole wave of sequels and offshoots parodying popular films. But still the first part is considered the brightest and funniest.

    19. Agent Johnny English

    Johnny English

    • UK, France, 2003.
    • Comedy.
    • Duration: 87 minutes.
    • IMDb: 6.2.

    And one more parody of James Bond.This time performed by the famous “Mr. Bean” – Rowan Atkinson. He plays Johnny English, a clerk formally in the British Secret Service MI7. But after a series of accidents, he turns out to be the only surviving agent. And then he is attracted to the salvation of the world, although he has absolutely no idea what to do.

    The audience liked the combination of typical Atkinson antics with spy comedy.

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