An included wireless subwoofer and ability to add wireless surround speakers tops the list of features you'll find in this entry-level soundbar.
Object-based audio support and a seemingly endless array of features, streaming, and high tech don't compensate for poor sound quality.
This sound bar doesn't need a sub to pump out the bass.
Sweet sound and a solid streaming ecosystem make Yamaha's soundbar a winner.
This soundbar's sonic performance and streaming features elevate it well beyond its price tag, but setting it up can be a bear.
This tiny box will add high-res music streaming, hands-free calling, and remote control capabilities to any headphones.
These modestly priced headphones sound leaps and bounds beyond their price tag.
The French manufacturer's in-ear-headphones will bathe you in intoxicating audiophile sound and a smart set of accessories without breaking your budget. And they won't fall off while you run.
The Unison will stream just about any audio source in your home—including hi-res audio—while correcting your room's acoustic anomalies with Anthem Room Correction.
JBL's E55BT wireless headphones are light, fold to a travel-friendly footprint, and pair with multiple Bluetooth devices simultaneously. They also sound really good for the price.
The Crossfade 2 Wireless keeps the same style and customization options of the original while delivering an upgraded sound that will please audiophiles.
Blue brings its strut-like headband and a Class AB amplifier to a set of planar magnetic cans.
You get Hi-Res Audio certification with a cable, or aptX Bluetooth decoding without one.
The convenience of Lightning doesn't make up for the poorly designed ear tips and only average noise cancellation.
Add Dolby Atmos and DTS:X to your home theater's repertoire without cutting holes in your ceiling.