The Tronsmart Trip has a lot going for it. IPX7 weather resistance, good looks, a captive lanyard, and true wireless stereo compatibility. But there's a reason it's so affordable--an almost complete lack of thump.
There are plenty of great smart TVs. Our guide cuts through the alphabet soup to tell you everything you need to know to buy the one that's right for you.
Advertised as the Startlet01's but boxed as the TR-KH01's, this kid's headset has dB limiting, comfort, and sound far, far better than you would reasonably expect given the $19 price tag.
Yeah, there's not much 8K content, but the Samsung QN900B does a fantastic job upscaling 4K content. Samsung's Neo QLED can't match OLED tech, but what can?
Korea's top TV vendor has been accused of programming its TVs to perform differently on benchmarks than they do in real life. Perhaps, perhaps not. Should the average user really care?
LG's best OLED yet shows mild improvements from a new processing engine alongside the same great interface end user experience. But it faces a real challenge from the RGB OLED TVs that have begun to appear.
The Edifier Stax Spirit S3 is among the most accurate headphones we've auditioned, strong through all registers without over-emphasizing any. It's also the most compact planar magnetic headphone we've tested.
The Vizio P85QX-J01 smart TV pushes nearly 3,000 nits for highly impactful HDR, but its image processing isn't quite up to the performance of its smaller, less-bright PQ9-series sibling.
The IP67-rated Bose SoundLink Flex outdoor speaker will survive the pool and beach, has good looks, and delivers both clear sound and a hefty amount of thump for its size. You can also pair two for true stereo.
This portable Bluetooth speaker sounds great for its size and doubles as an ultra-convenient practice amp, making it the perfect gift for budding or traveling musicians.
ThinkWrite's Ultra Durable Pro (model TW200) headphones sound far better than you'd expect for the price. The construction hints at the price, but is also better than you might think.
If you want a loud, sonorous, compact speaker you can strap on your bike or backpack, you won't do better than the affordable Tribit StormBox Micro 2.
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 also the least expensive.
Blu-ray players are still a thing, and 4K UHD Blu-ray discs deliver a video and audio experience no streaming service can match. Sony's UBP-X700 handles all types of discs, streams over the network and from USB, and offers a selection of popular online streaming services.