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Finally, Sony's made a headphone that can go toe to toe with the top audiophile models.
Denon now has a bouncing baby speaker in its lineup, the HEOS 1, which offers a bathroom-friendly design and the ability to upgrade to Bluetooth and battery-power.
This Beats Studio Wireless competitor has a lot to like about it, including strong performance, a sturdy design and touch controls.
While it isn't quite as good as the Beats Studio Wireless, Sony's MDR-ZX770BN costs significantly less.
With an improved design and performance, Marshall Headphones' Major II model is a nice upgrade over the original and among the better on-ear headphones for the money.
The Fidelio L2 doesn't usually get mentioned in the same breath as other top over-ear headphones in the $250-$350 range, but it probably should.
Compared with competing sound bases, the Cambridge Audio TV5 comes up short on features and its sound feels lightweight.
Sony's HT-ST9 sound bar is the company's newest flagship at $1,499 and it boasts some unique features such as support for Bluetooth headphones and IP control.
If you can afford the Momentum Wireless' $500 price tag, you're getting a great-sounding and comfortable Bluetooth headphone with premium build quality.
The supercomfortable $300 MDR-1A looks very similar to its predecessor, the MDR-1R, but it sounds better and has some small but key design improvements.