Five new Light­ning head­phones for your new iphone 7

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1 Philips Fide­lio M2L £200

On the in­side these Philips head­phones fea­ture a high-qual­ity 24-bit DAC. On the out­side, these over-ear cans have two 40mm neodymium driv­ers. That should be enough to keep the true au­dio­phile happy.­cgjt

2 Phaz P3 £190

Wor­ried about los­ing bat­tery power? The Phaz P3 over-ear head­phones charge the phone while play­ing mu­sic. The P3s have a three-but­ton au­dio cord to con­trol vol­ume and the mic, and also have Blue­tooth con­nec­tiv­ity should you want to avoid be­ing tan­gled up in ca­bles, Light­ning or other­wise.­cgjt

3 JBL Re­flect Aware £170

The Re­flect Awares are aimed at the iphone 7 user who works out. As well as be­ing sweat­proof, they’re the only head­phones to fea­ture noise can­cel­la­tion and Adap­tive Noise Con­trol for when you need more au­dio aware­ness of the en­vi­ron­ment around you.­cgjt

4 Audeze isine 20 £450

They look like some­thing made by Spi­der-man, but the world’s first in-ear pla­nar mag­netic head­phones are com­fort­able, and a hook-ear de­sign keeps them se­cure. The Audeze isine 20s also boast a longer Uni­force voice coil to im­prove sound qual­ity.

5 Li­bra­tone Q Adapt £160

The Q Adapts use Li­bra­tone's Ci­tymix ANC tech­nol­ogy, which has four lev­els of ac­tive noise can­cel­la­tion. This gives you the op­tion of let­ting some back­ground sound in, such as traf­fic noise. They also have in-line con­trols for vol­ume, play­back, phone calls, Siri and noise-can­cel­la­tion set­tings.­whhk





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