Around these parts, we’ve generally had favorable opinions of Klipsch’s audio products. Whether it’s been something as small as its S4 line of smartphone oriented in-ears or grand speaker systems like its AirPlay-enabled G-17 Air, we’ve usually ended up awarding the brand our highest praise. If you’ll recall, it was little over a year ago that Klipsch introduced its $150 Image One on-ear headphones — the company’s first set ever that weren’t of the intra-aural variety, and a favorite of our own James Trew. Fast forward to the present, and the company’s unleashed its second proper over-the-head headphone, the Klipsch Mode M40 with active noise-cancellation. In recent years, headphones have exploded in popularity — many companies have been furiously trying to blend good sound with fashion-forward looks. It’s safe to say that’s Klipsch’s end game here, and is asking that you part ways with 350 bones to get in on the action. Put simply, these aren’t a follow-up to the Image Ones, but rather, a luxury pair that takes cues from the company’s reference series headphones. Of course, as we’ve come to expect from Klipsch, the M40s do have some notable tricks up their yokes aside from their debatably fashionable looks — the company promises they’ll cancel noise for a massively long 45 hours on a single AAA battery, and both earcups feature an interesting dual-driver array with a 15mm tweeter and a 40mm woofer. So, have the M40s made us smitten with Klipsch all over again? Or not? Maybe something a bit more complicated? Click on past the break to find out!