Skullcandy's new Indy true wireless headphones have a fun sound but struggle to get the fit right.
The B&O Beoplay H9 should be a luxury product everyone aspires to own, but a few key misses make this wireless ANC headphone difficult to recommend.
The Master & Dynamic MW65 maintain the company’s luxury build quality, but miss the mark on noise cancellation.
Vibes protect your hearing at concerts better than earplugs but don't quite live up to the claim of being hi-fidelity.
Mini Review The RHA S500u have no business sounding this good for its price range and are recommended to anyone and everyone looking for great-sounding audio on the cheap.
If you want a Google Assistant smart speaker that can get loud without distortion and dish out the bass, look no further.
If you don’t want to splurge on the flagship ANC headphones from Bose and Sony, here's what you should buy instead.
If you want the ultimate party speaker with Google Assistant built right in, the SRS-XB501G is a good choice.
Updated The MW07 are expensive but are worth it for those who want excellent audio quality and style.
The Klipsch R-51PM provide great value and sound quality for your TV, turntable, smartphone and more.
The XSound Go is one of the best budget Bluetooth speakers around. For the price, there aren't any better.
AKG’s entry into the noise-cancelling headphone space is solid but doesn’t stand out among the intense competition.
MINI REVIEW The Amps Air 2.0 offer some of the deepest, hardest hitting bass from a truly wireless headphone we’ve heard.
We love its long battery life and Tile integration, but its average ANC, spotty connection and poor build are let downs.
MINI REVIEW The Crazybaby Air 1s is much improved over the original ... but it’s still hard to recommend.
Updated The original Plantronics BackBeat Pro headphones were a hit. Thankfully, the Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 are even better.
Mini Review If you don’t want to spend a lot on great-sounding buds, these these are the ones you should buy.