Muzik has just unveiled what it claims are the world's first pair of true smartphone headphones.
What does that actually mean? Essentially that you can post right to Twitter and Facebook from your headphones, without removing the earpiece.
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These headphones won T3's music gadget of the year award, and if you try them out you'll see why. The sound is beautifully rendered, while the build quality and styling is pretty flawless. (£169)
Best For: The City Worker
Subjectively the Sennheiser Urbanites are among our favourite-looking headphones on the market, they sound great in most situations and they're clearly built to last. They aren't Beats-flashy, and they're not quite "a sea of white Zinfandel". They're more like a mature, tasty bottled craft beer with a cool label.
Best For: The Hipster
The BeoPlay H6 headphones are a purchase based on emotion. At £329 they're incredibly expensive for the sound they produce. Then again these aren't just about the sound -- even though they sound excellent -- they're about buying something that has design at its very core. Then again, isn't that the decision you make with every Bang & Olufsen product.
Best For: The bright young things
Plantronics has actually created something remarkable with the Backbeat Pro. They've done more than make a great pair of headphones: they've made a wearable device with a specific purpose, which is to create the sensation of solitude. And they've done it in a package which is smart, effective, straightforward and as a pleasant as a Club Class bacon sandwich.
Best For: Solitude
The RHA T10i headphones are ruthless, or at least they would be if they were a human being. They're cold, calculated metal design make them an imposing first sight when you open the box but then, you haven't bought a pair of RHA headphones just for the looks. They sound utterly precise (and excellent).
Best For: The Perfectionist
These in-ear headphones are among the best we've ever tested - and you'd hope so, because at £259 they aren't cheap. What you get for your money is a combination of great, rich basic sound, brilliant noise-cancelling tech and the most comfortable fit you can find without involving a custom-made solution.
Best For: The Frequent Flyer
These headphones have won fans all around the world for one simple reason: for this price (£50) you can't do better. They sound excellent, fold up neatly to stow away in a bag, come with a basic cable and a cable with a built-in three-button remote and won't leave you bereft if you lose or break them.
Best For: The Student
Look past their ludicrously long name and you'll find the world's first 9.1ch surround sound headphones. Connecting via HDMI these are the audiophile's headphones of choice for home entertainment thanks to uncompressed audio and compatibility with 4K video and sound files. Plug these into your 4K TV and you'll be presented with nine channels of crystal clear sound using Sony's VirtualPhones Technology.
Best For: The Film Buff
These limited-edition Marshall headphones come with all the unique styling and sound engineering you'd expect for the amp masters, along with some extra design touches for good measure. They include gold-rimmed pads, inscriptions on the inside of the headband and a remote/microphone control on the cable. For £140 they aren't cheap - but there're no other headphones around with this kind of rock pedigree.
Best For: The Rocker
These resilient, water-resistant Bluetooth headphones are designed for exercise, and come with a set of neat ear-moulding foam inserts to keep them tightly in place when you're running. For £105 it's hard to find a better pair of sport earbuds.
Best For: The Jogger