With an LED safety light, adjustable neckband, and enough sonic energy to pump up any workout, these JBL-designed, Under Armour-branded Bluetooth headphones are a smart exercise companion.
Polk’s Signa S1 soundbar and wireless subwoofer offer a super-slim package at a budget price for those wanting to hear what they've been missing from their TV’s built-in audio.
This soundbar delivers true 5.1-channel surround sound, but you'll need to hear it to decide if Vizio made the right compromises in its effort to hit this price point.
The first soundbar with DTS Virtual:X technology is impressive, but it's not perfect.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a better sonic performer at this price-point.
There's nothing fancy here, but this box delivers a great performance every time.
Sub-par audio quality taints these otherwise beautifully styled and solidly built headphones.
Audio bliss from a few hundred dollars to a quarter million
Has Bose been dethroned? Sony's latest active noise-cancelling headphones are fantastic.
You'll get a small taste—but fall short—of full planar magnetic bliss with these headphones.
Astounding transparency, detail, clarity, and dynamics only begin to describe these cans' truly reference-quality performance.
Focal's Listen Wireless offers outstanding Bluetooth wireless range and hands-free performance, but be sure to plug them in for the best sound.
Light, compact, and feature-rich headphone for those on the go.
You don't need new headphones to benefit from Qualcomm's aptX HD codec.
Highly intelligible dialog and great overall performance make Yamaha's sound bar a top performer in its price class.