These modestly priced headphones sound leaps and bounds beyond their price tag.
The Unison will stream just about any audio source in your home—including hi-res audio—while correcting your room's acoustic anomalies with Anthem Room Correction.
JBL's E55BT wireless headphones are light, fold to a travel-friendly footprint, and pair with multiple Bluetooth devices simultaneously. They also sound really good for the price.
The Crossfade 2 Wireless keeps the same style and customization options of the original while delivering an upgraded sound that will please audiophiles.
Blue brings its strut-like headband and a Class AB amplifier to a set of planar magnetic cans.
The convenience of Lightning doesn't make up for the poorly designed ear tips and only average noise cancellation.
These noise-cancelling cans are stylish and they sound great, but that's not enough to put them at the top of our list.
The bass response, dynamics, and musical reproduction these headphones produce will make you want to leave your Bluetooth headphones behind.
This no-frills wireless speaker looks, acts, and sounds old school.
B&W knows how to celebrate. The British audio company is marking its 50th anniversary with a set of to-die-for cans.
This is easily the best-sounding wireless speaker we've heard that's priced less than $300.
Bose is better at masking jet-engine drone, but Sony is no slouch on that score and ultimately it offers the better-sounding cans.
This mobile USB audio device can decode just about any hi-res audio file you send it, including quad-rate DSD.
This thoroughly weatherized speaker will knock you out with its big sound and awesome feature set.
These Bluetooth headphones will have DJs and audiophiles alike tapping their toes to the beat.