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    Philips SHB8850NC

    4 star rating
    Closed On-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 232g, Volume Control, Answer Button,... more
    £89.99 Free Delivery
  • Urbanista Seattle Wireless

    Headphones
    £59.99 Free Delivery
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    Sony MDR-ZX330BT

    4 star rating
    Closed On-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 150g, Volume Control, Answer Button,... more
    £49.97 Free Delivery
    Save up to £55*
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    Bose QuietComfort 35

    4.5 star rating
    Closed Over-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 234g, Volume Control, Remote Contr... more
    £329.95 Free Delivery
    Save up to £40*
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    Sony MDR-100ABN

    4.5 star rating
    Closed Over-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 290g, Volume Control, Answer Butto... more
    £169.97 Free Delivery
    Save up to £60*
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    AKG Y50

    4.5 star rating
    Closed On-Ear Headphones, Weight 190g, Answer Button, 1.2m Cable Length
    £129.99 Free Delivery
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    Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear i

    4.5 star rating
    In-Ear Headphones, Weight 16g, 1.3m Cable Length
    £89.99 Free Delivery
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    Beats by Dr. Dre Solo3 Wireless

    4.5 star rating
    Closed On-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 215g, Volume Control, Answer Button,... more
    £194.99 Free Delivery
    Save up to £35*
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    Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Wireless

    4 star rating
    Closed Over-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 260g, Volume Control, Answer Butto... more
    £249.95 Free Delivery
    Save up to £49*
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    Apple AirPods

    4 star rating
    In-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 4g, Rechargeable
    £159 Free Delivery
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    Bose SoundSport In-Ear for Apple

    4 star rating
    Closed In-Ear Headphones, Weight 18g, Volume Control, Remote Control, Noice Cancelling
    £89.95 Free Delivery
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    AKG Y50BT

    4.5 star rating
    On-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Volume Control, Answer Button, Remote Control, Rec... more
    £129.99 Free Delivery
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    KitSound Outrun

    3.5 star rating
    Closed In-Ear Headphones, Wireless Bluetooth , Weight 142g, Volume Control, Remote Control
    £29.97 Free Delivery
  • 4 star rating

    Bose SoundSport Wireless

    4 star rating
    Headphones
    £149.95 Free Delivery
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    Sony MDR-1000X

    4.5 star rating
    Headphones
    £320.17 Free Delivery
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    Bose QuietControl 30

    4 star rating
    Headphones
    £259.95 Free Delivery
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    AKG K451

    4.5 star rating
    Closed On-Ear Headphones, Weight 120g
    £54.93 (+ £3.00 P&P)
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    Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7

    4.5 star rating
    Closed Over-Ear Headphones, Weight 290g, Volume Control, Answer Button, Remote Control, 3m... more
    £159 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save up to 6%*
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    Sennheiser PX 100-II

    4 star rating
    On-Ear Headphones, 1.2m Cable Length
    £41.95 (+ £5.95 P&P)
  • B and O Play by Bang and Olufsen H7 Headphones - Cenere

    Premium wireless over-ear headphone with authentic, clear sound. The combination of highen... more
    £329 Free Delivery
  • Sony MDR-ZX310 On-Ear Headphones with Mic/Remote

    Sony’s light and compact MDR-ZX310 headphones feature a lightweight folding design that ... more
    £15.99 (+ £3.50 P&P)
  • Sony h.ear on MDR100AAPL Headphones - Blue

    The h. Ear on headphones combine premium High-Resolution Audio quality with striking desig... more
    £99.95 Free Delivery
  • Jabra Pace Wireless Bluetooth Headphones

    10m range. 5 hours battery life. Rechargeable battery (included).
    £69 Free Delivery
  • Sennheiser RS120 Wireless Over-Ear, Full Size Headphones, Black

    The RS120 is an open, wireless RF headphone system. Its transparent and well-balanced soun... more
    £79 Free Delivery
  • Sony MDREX15LPB

    The Sony MDREX15LP Earbud headphones offer a clear, crisp and powerful sound The headphone... more
    £7.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Afterglow LVL 3 Wired Gaming Headset for PS4

    Made for the PlayStation 4, the Afterglow LVL 3 Wired Headset gives you the enhanced audio... more
    £19.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • 19708

    Listen to your favourite songs for hours, the Fenix Headphone provides soft ear pads and a... more
    £49.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Xbox One Official Stereo Headset Adaptor.

    Release date: 7 March 2014. Plug your favourite compatible headset into the Xbox One Stere... more
    £19.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • HAFX32B

    The spongy marshmallow design of the Marshmallow headphones let you squash them before put... more
    £9.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Xbox One Chat Headset.

    Communicate with your friends while gaming in clear digital wideband audio with the offici... more
    £14.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon 50X Gaming Headset for XB1.

    Release date: 12 October 2016. In line controls with mic mute and master volume. Lightweig... more
    £29.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Bose QUIETCOMFORT25-B

    The Bose QuietComfort25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones are the perfect choice for an... more
    £269.95 Free Delivery
  • Sony MDRXB650BTL

    Get a great sound quality with these over ear headphones from Sony. Designed to a great fi... more
    £84.99 Free Delivery
  • Sennheiser Game One Gaming Headset - Black

    Release date: 30 March 2016. Perfect for long gaming sessions thanks to the XXL ear pads e... more
    £154.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sennheiser Game One Gaming Headset

    Release date: 30 March 2016. Perfect for long gaming sessions thanks to the XXL ear pads e... more
    £154.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • SECL502-M

    The adoption of an enclosed design reduces sound leakage and provides powerful bass reprod... more
    £9.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Audio Technica ATH-ADG1X Gaming Headset - Black/Blue

    Advanced 53 mm drivers provide extremely accurate sound reproduction for FPS and other gam... more
    £299 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • HyperX Cloud Revolver Pro Gaming Headset - Black.

    Studio-grade sound stage. Detachable noise-cancellation microphone. Multi-platform compati... more
    £104.99 Free Delivery
  • MDRXB550APR

    Boasting Sony's booming Extra Bass feature, the MDR-XB550APR headphones crank up the low f... more
    £49.99 Free Delivery

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Headphones buyers’ guide

There’s nothing worse than a pair of headphones that are so loud everyone around you can hear your embarrassing taste in music; or even worse, ones that don’t block out that annoying background noise on your daily commute – a lovely ambient track mixed in with a commentary on last night’s Eastenders? No thank you!

Whether you’re looking for some cheap unobtrusive earbuds or some full-sized, statement making headphones, Crowdstorm is here to help. We’ll talk you through the ins and outs of headphones here, so you’ll be confident to scroll backup the page afterwards and find your perfect cans.

Better still, you can be sure to find the best headphones right here – and at the best prices. From Beats by Dr Dre to Sennheiser we have all the big names; but we also have the best deals from then retailers you trust – everyone from John Lewis and Bose UK to Hughes and Currys.

Headphone styles

The first decision you need to make about style: and it’s not just a case of big or small. Headphones tend to be broken down into the following categories:

Earbuds: Sometimes called ‘in-ear’ headphones, these are the most common style and are perfect for listening to music on the go. They’re lightweight, portable and take up the least room in your bag. They’re also good at blocking out background sounds and won’t catch on hair, hats or earrings. On the downside you’ll have to take a knock in sound quality, while they can sometimes slip or be uncomfortable.

Full-sized headphones: Formerly only seen on the head of the person listening at the counter in HMV, Dr Dre has spearheaded a resurgence in full-sized headphones. These cans fully enclose your ears and almost completely isolate background sound, as well as usually offering far more bass and generally better sound quality than earbuds. The price for this is their cumbersome nature – you’ll either ned to have a large bag with you, or be wearing them on your neck all day!

Sports headphones: Sometimes described as ‘around-ear’ headphones, these are designed to be worn securely around the ear, clipping to the back. They’re brilliant if you find in-ear styles uncomfortable or find they slip easily and are also ideally designed for sports, running and gym use. Unfortunately, they don’t tend to be as durable as other designs, while sound quality is often given up in favour of practicality.

On-ear headphones: These are bigger than sports or in-ear styles but smaller than full-sized headphones, instead resting over the head and on your outer ears. They tend to be comfortable and adjustable, but lack the quality, noise isolation and bass of the better in-ear or full-sized models.

Noise cancelling and sound isolating headphones

Headphones with these features work to limit or completely cancel out background noise.

Noise cancelling headphones feature little built-in microphones that work by producing signals and reversing outside noise so as to cancel them out. They’re perfect in environments with lots of constant background noise, such as on aeroplanes and public transport. They even double up as earplugs, effectively cancelling out outside noise even without any music playing.

Sound isolating headphones are also great for your journey in to work, but work in the opposite fashion. They trap music in your ear, meaning no one need know if you’re listening to The Best of Kylie on your daily commute! By blocking out background noise it also means you can play your music at a lower volume, causing less strain on your ears. If music quality is important to you these may be the best headphones for you.

Wireless headphones

Cordless headphones have been seriously upgraded in the past few years, with better sound quality and technology. They use Bluetooth or RF transmissions between the phones and a small dongle in your music player or laptop. The lack of wires has obvious benefits; the flipside being a very regular charging of changing of batteries. Sound quality is also not as great as on wired models, as you have to expect to lose something in the ether.

At-home wireless headphones are usually full-sized models with base stations. They’re brilliant if you hate annoying wires and you can really get immersed in the sound. But, as before, sound quality is compromised and many wireless models can some slight background noise/interference.

Other headphone features to consider

As well as style and quality, there are plenty of little added extras to consider looking out for. Here’s out pick of the main features that you may not be able to live without once you get used to them:

  • Microphone: Whether you need some earbuds for your phone so you take calls, or want some cans with a mic for that ultimate online gaming experience, you’ll need a mic. These are often on the headphone wire with a handy set of buttons that can be used to skip tracks as well as take incoming calls.
  • Made for iPods: Many headphones are optimised to work with Apple iPods and iPhones, with on-wire controls designed to work with iTunes.
  • Cable length: Often overlooked, this can be crucial. You’re looking for something just right: too long and you’ll be dangling all over the place (as it were), to short and you’ll have to find a new pocket for your MP3 player.
  • Volume limiting: This isn’t the most common of features, but is especially useful if buying for younger children. These headphones typically limit volume output to around 85dB, which is considered a level that won’t damage your hearing. Not great for listening to Motorhead, but good for your health!
  • Biometrics: Looking for headphones to take on your run, cycle or gym visit? These can kill two birds with one stone by gathering heartrate information while you’re on the move and transferring the data to your fitness app of choice.
  • Surround sound: If you’re a serious gamer or film lover with intolerant house mates, surround sound headphones are the answer to your prayers. They have multiple drivers in each speaker, allowing them to fool your ears by emulating proper surround sound.

What now? Buying your headphones

Now you know everything you need to know about how to buy headphones online and all the specifications you should look for you’re ready to scroll up to our comparison table.

Here you can compare prices and deals from the household names of UK retailing – safe in the knowledge we update our site every day with all the latest sales and deals.

Once you’ve spotted a price or offer that takes your fancy, simply click on the deal to be transferred to the site of your selected retailer. 

Remember you’re dealing directly with them from that point onwards, so you can shop with confidence. So crank up the volume and get comparing!