May 19th 2012 7:58 pm

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TrustedReviews Sep 26, 2012

The most impressive aspect of the Philips CitiScape Downtown headphones is their comfort. They're quite possibly the most comfortable on-ear headphones you can get at the price, and their looks are very agreeable too. These are "style" headphones without aggression, making them highly accessible.

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ArmpitOfDeath ArmpitOfDeath

A pretty decent budget headset, offering an even tempered sound which is free of fart cannon bass or glass-cutter highs. Ability to resolve is price-competitive, i.e. it won't match your $100 studio monitors in any way - but is more than decent quality for commutes. While it's not decisively...

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cbibbs cbibbs

These are one of three sets of headphones I carry with me to the office and client sites. I wear them when I want to block out the noise around me or I plan on falling asleep listening to music. They also make a pretty good headset for conference calls.

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