You’ll get clean, lean sound with ANC off, and rich, bass-heavy sound with ANC on.
This pair of powered Bluetooth speakers has the look, feel, and sound of a high-end product without a high-end price.
Even better, Cleer's ANC headphone is less expensive than the best that higher-profile competitors such as Sony, Bose, and DALI have to offer.
It's nice that the Wonderboom 2 is hardened against water, dust, and drops, but that doesn't mean much when it produces thin sound and wimpy bass.
Sennheiser expects to fetch top dollar for this sophisticated soundbar, but it fully doesn't deliver the immersive audio experience it promises
Vocals sound great, and the comfort level is high, but the overall sound from these cans is slightly veiled.
Compared with a smartphone's built-in DAC/amp, the sound of this gem is a revelation.
Exceptional sound quality and noise reduction combine with solid construction and enviable comfort in this top-notch headphone.
It depends on your visual acuity and how far you are from the screen. But even under the best conditions, the difference between 4K and 8K is minimal.
The sound quality is rich and clear, and the active noise cancelling is quite effective, although the vocal enhancer is very subtle.
Sony's new immersive audio format sounds fantastic with headphones.
An in-depth comparison of 1More's Dual, Triple, and Quad Driver in-ear headphones reveals that more drivers provide minor improvements from an excellent baseline.
It's humongous, heavy, and very expensive with a good feature set and exceptional build quality, but its audio performance falls short.
In addition to superb sound, Beyerdynamic's Xelento Wireless in-ear monitor offers exceptional build quality and an app that tailors the EQ to your specific hearing profile.
This monster-sized 8K OLED (88 inches measured diagonally) comes to market with a price tag much lower than was rumored, but it will still set you back about $30,000.
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