Audio Equipment Reviews
If you don't mind a wired, open-back design with some sound leakage, Grado's SR80x are an exceptional pair of headphones.
The Atlantic Technology TWS1 provides impressive features and long battery life, though some of its features don’t quite hit.
Campfire Audio's Solaris Stellar Horizon will unearth your music, open it out and rule over it with a stainless steel fist – except perhaps in one area.
Sony's cheaper noise-cancelling headphones are great for the price, but you can tell that compromises have been made to get here.
There's so much that sets it apart – transparency regarding streaming quality, purchases and rentals, no MP3 catalog – Qobuz might be just the music service for audiophiles.
Sony's NW-A306 boasts hi-res audio playing capabilities in a compact design for an affordable price.
Edifier's Stax Spirit 3 planar magnetic over-ear wireless headphones marry detail, bass clout and musicality – and if that's all the matters to you, they're a great shout.
The new Beats buds have arrived sporting a fantastic new design and enhanced features, but disappoint in other ways.
With its new EAH-AZ80 true wireless earphones, Technics is attempting to crash a party that may well be over capacity already.
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