The NHT SuperBuds are are a good value at $100 and well worth a long look, particularly if you're someone who listens to a lot of bass-centric music.
Whether you're listening to music on your smartphone or tablet or at home with your high-end stereo, your headphone choice is critical. Here we've picked our five favorites across every style and category, but if you already know which type of headphones you want, use the links at the left to get more options.
While it doesn't do much to distinguish itself from other neckband-style headphones from a design standpoint, the Jabra Halo Smart seems sturdily built, performs very well as a headset for making calls and offers decent sound quality for music if you get a tight seal.
Truly high-end headphones don't sound their best with portable music players, but the T5p is the exception to that rule.
Bluetooth meets best-in-class noise canceling: the Bose QuietComfort 35 is the ultimate noise canceling wireless headphone you can buy right now.
The Elements transmit wireless audio over Bluetooth and also feature a Micro-USB port on the ear cup for universal compatibility with devices that only have a digital connection (like Lightning).
The Bose SoundSport Wireless is the most comfortable, best overall in-ear Bluetooth sports headphone you can buy right now.
Rumor has it Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 will ditch the headphone jack. With that in mind here's a look at several top wireless Bluetooth headphones that will help you forget it's gone (if it does disappear).
The Moto-branded -- but Binatone-made -- VerveLife series of sports headphones come with sweatproof variants, and work with Android and iOS devices.
If you've had issues with the new SoundSport Wireless, Bose will replace your unit free of charge with an updated model that will arrive at the end of August.
Koss is calling on its loyal Porta Pro fans to vote on a new colorway.