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A reasonably capable pair of exercise earbuds that won't give your wallet a workout.
While not as cheap as some others, Jaybird's base model Bluetooth earphones offer a lot of luxury.
Funcl's proven it's possible to make a great, inexpensive set of true wireless earphones.
If you want the easy pairing of AirPods but without the wonky fits, these may be the earphones for you.
Earphones so nice they broke on us twice.
It's maddening how close Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless earbuds come to greatness.
Athletes will love the stay-put, lightweight, durable design, but connectivity problems and middling sound quality make these hard to recommend.
A inexpensive pair of earphones that feel too cheap to be enjoyable.
An outstanding truly wireless listening experience hampered by lackluster battery life.
There's plenty to like about these reasonably priced Bluetooth earphones.
With the Xperia Ear Duo, Sony pursued style over substance. The result of the chase? Disappointment.
Not only do Shure's SE535-V+BT1 wireless sound-isolating in-ear headphones sound great, but they're also incredibly adaptable.
These Bluetooth earphones show that 'inexpensive' doesn't have to mean 'cheap.'
These earphones from one of the most respected names in audio come up lacking.
These stylish earphones make some genres of music shine. Others? Not so much.
Great sound, excellent durability, and a number of smart features make the X4 a smart buy.
Audio issues and other frustrations abound with these disappointing earphones.
These true wireless earbuds play streaming audio and can even function like hearing aids. But they still can't justify a seriously steep price tag.
The Yevo Air offers better value than the company's widely panned Yevo 1, but there's still room for improvement.
The Qwerkywriter S' vintage good looks and butter-smooth mechanical keys would make it enticing, but a number of design decisions reduces what could be a fabulous keyboard to a whimsical—but functional—conversation starter.