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Philips' upcoming Fidelio NC1 may be a bit pricey at $300, but it's an excellent on-ear noise-canceling headphone.
Unveiled at CES 2015, the SoundBase 450 and 350 feature Bluetooth and built-in subwoofers and both come in under $300.
The $300 Megaboom, around double the size of the original Boom, has a totally waterproof design and produces bigger sound with fuller bass.
Samsung has announced two new speakers in its multi-room lineup which feature "360-degree" sound from a single point source.
While it's a little light on the bass, the $70 Punk is water-resistant and has longer-than-average wireless range for a portable Bluetooth speaker.
JVC gives us a budget king-size headphone with the HA-RX900, but the sub-$100 market is tough competition. Are these the right headphones for you?
The Yamaha YAS-203 breaks free of most of the performance constraints of budget sound bars, sounding bigger, more spacious, more dynamic and clearer than anything near its price.
The $130 Charge 2 offers strong battery life and bass while doubling as a mobile charger for your cell phone. But how good does it sound?
While it sounds significantly different form the original Aurvana Live, this new model is also a very good over-the-ear headphone value.
The Sport Pulse has a couple small shortcomings, but it's a well-designed, good-sounding Bluetooth sports headphone that has a built-in heart-rate monitor.