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Updated Samsung’s bean-shaped true wireless earbuds have a lot going for them but a few major problems keep them from competing with class leaders like the Sony WF-1000XM3.
Bone conduction technology makes the Aftershokz Xtrainerz Headphones perfect for swimming but they lack Bluetooth connectivity.
The Cambridge Audio Melomania Touch bring touch-sensitive controls and an all-new design to the brand’s popular wireless earbuds.
Updated The Apple AirPods were the result of Apple's controversial axing of the 3.5mm headphone jack – but are they worth buying in 2021?
While pricey compared with consumer wireless in-ears, Sennheiser's IE 300 offer stunning cabled audio in a solid, compact package.
The Urbanista Miami are a great pair of budget noise-cancelling headphones, with tons of flair.
Updated The all-new Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus offer an significant upgrade to the sound quality and battery life of the originals, but without noise cancellation they're not quite perfect.
The excellent Bose 700 series noise-cancelling headphones now have enhanced connectivity via unified communications (UC) technology.
With some original design choices and good audio quality, the RHA TrueControl ANC stand out from the crowd.