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.
These noise-cancelling cans are stylish and they sound great, but that's not enough to put them at the top of our list.
The bass response, dynamics, and musical reproduction these headphones produce will make you want to leave your Bluetooth headphones behind.
The AK70 is one of the first hi-res audio players on the market to support aptX HD hi-res music streaming over Bluetooth, but its lack of MQA support has us scratching our heads.
This powerful amplifier with ARC room correction will fix your room's acoustic problems while streaming hi-res music.
High-tech features and a supremely powerful amplifier team up to produce some of the deepest, cleanest bass you'll experience outside of an IMAX theater.
Onkyo's ultra-low profile soundbar and wireless subwoofer will support Dolby Atmos, DTS Play-Fi, Apple AirPlay, and all the streaming services you know and love.
Tidal has one thing going for it: High-resolution music streaming. Adding MQA support will render the service even more unique. And there will be plenty of other ways to enjoy MQA-encoded music in 2017.
Dedicated noise-cancelling drivers ensure your high-fidelity experience won't be compromised in noisy environments.
This smart speaker doesn’t just sound good. Its on-board camera, temperature, and humidity sensors can let you know what’s happening and alert you in an emergency.
Blue has redesigned the strut-like headphone band introduced with its acclaimed Mo-Fi headphones, and upgraded the amplifier to a Class AB design for even better audio quality.
JBL's BassPro Go, Playlist with Chromecast, and Cinema SB450 soundbar with wireless sub demonstrate innovation and refinement in the expanding wireless streaming speaker market.
These smartly designed speakers are particularly great as the height channels in a Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, or Auro-3D configuration.
The Fi50 sounds more like a bookshelf speaker than a one that sits on a table top. We dig its frequency range, but it's not the best speaker in its price range.