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.
Clear sound, good noise cancellation, and a compact footprint make these travel headphone exceptional.
This boutique service hits all the right notes with FLAC streams and high-resolution downloads.
An included wireless subwoofer and ability to add wireless surround speakers tops the list of features you'll find in this entry-level soundbar.
This powerful, low-profile soundbar won't wow you with its feature set, but it will bring a solid sonic upgrade to your TV experience.
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.
Object-based audio support and a seemingly endless array of features, streaming, and high tech don't compensate for poor sound quality.