Marketed as professional headphones, the Eris HD10BT deliver largely accurate audio reproduction. But they won't once you enable active noise cancellation.
Marshall call the Motif II A.N.C.'s in-ear headphones, we call them ear buds. No matter what the designation--they're among our favorites because of their sonic excellence.
This handsome handheld speaker produces better sound than you might expect for its size, and its rugged and light enough to take just about anywhere.
Soundcore's IPX7-rated Motion X600 fires five speakers to the tune of 50 watts and creates a clear, spacious, thumpy soundstage. It's also affordable compared to other sonically superior speakers.
Want sharp details? Samsung's 8K QN900C mini-LED TV plays 8K natively and upscales lower-res content. It's also bright and colorful, with excellent contrast.
Amazon's quantum dot Fire TV Omni TV delivers a good, if not extraordinary image. What sets it apart is its easy setup, intuitive interface, and voice remote.
We love the S95C's velvety picture and richly saturated highlights--it's a top-three TV to be sure. But Samsung needs to up its image-processing and user interface game to beat the likes of Sony's A95K and LG's Evo G3 OLED TVs.
An Ultra HD Blu-ray player brings you one step closer to bringing the movie theater experience into the home. Our top pick has all the features most people will need, and it's a phenomenal music player, too.
Roku's first smart TV delivers superior color and image processing, a great remote, and powerful smart TV software. But some brands deliver more features.
The Marshall Middleton is one of the best mid-sized portable Bluetooth speaker we've heard. Given its IP67 protection from the elements, that's a minor miracle. On the downside, there's a steep price for all this excellence.
Samsung has announced the pricing for its 2023 smart TVs. If you were expecting cheaper, you'll be a tad disappointed. There was also no mention of OLED or micro LED prices.