The VM-70 offers pleasing sound for recreational listening along with the sonic definition and connections you look for in a studio monitor—all at an affordable price.
Monoprice's BT600ANC might not offer the best automatic noise cancellation we've heard, but it's the best we've heard for less than $100
Sony's latest Master Series OLED offers a lush picture; great audio; and a fantastic, nearly bezel-less design.
There are plenty of great smart TVs. Our guide cuts through the alphabet soup to tell everything you need to know to buy the one that's right for you.
These planar ribbon headphones sound fantastic, especially in the sub-bass region, but they could use more padding on the headband.
Caixun's model EC55S isn't a great 55-inch TV, but for the price, you get a pleasing picture with no real annoyances—and that's not a given in this price class.
TCL's 6-Series delivers mini-LED contrast and brightness and rich quantum dot color at a very affordable price.
These headphones will appeal to kids of a certain age and type. They sound remarkably good for the price and allow parents to lock down the volume.
Quality over size is our usual mantra, but vendors don't generally offer their best technology in TVs smaller than 55-inch class.
TCL will ship its first 8K TVs later this year and it feature the company's third-generation mini-LED technology—OD (Optical Distance) Zero. Zero is the number of millimeters between the backlighting and LCD layers.
U.S. newcomer Skyworth's 2021 smart TV line-up will hit the states later this year, including an OLED model featuring a panel built in a fab it co-owns with LG.
LG has improved its OLED pixel elements, redesigned its Magic Remote, and added Mini-LED backlighting to its LED/LCD TVs. Version 6.0 of WebOS is also on board.
While competitors move to mini LED tech, Sony sticks with its current backlighting and color while focusing on image processing and sound.
Samsung is finally incorporating its self-emissive Micro-LED technology into TVs that deep-pocketed early adopters will be interested in buying.
Konka is looking to expand its presence beyond the entry-level in the United States with quantum dots, and is adding a second operating system, WebOS to the low-end lineup.
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