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The company's new Heyday On-Ear Wireless headphones cost $60 and stand their ground against models that cost a lot more.
The MaxSound Plus, the bigger version of Tribit's highly rated XSound Go speaker, pumps out richer sound for a little more than $50.
Their AR features are still in the works, but for listening to music and making calls, the Frames exceed expectations.
At $80, Anker's new true wireless earphones are an excellent value alternative to Apple's AirPods.
Jaybird's entry-level wireless sports headphone has seen some discounts. At its sale price it's a good value.
If you're looking for the best sounding totally wireless earphones, look no further than the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless.
The Sonos Amp is a tremendously powerful audio hub, but its bright sound needs to be handled with care.
AKG's excellent sounding noise-canceling headphone is a worthy contender that just needs to cost a little less.
The Onkyo TX-NR585 combines newbie-friendly ease of use with the advanced decoding and excellent sound quality an enthusiast craves.
The Roku TV Wireless Speakers give decent sound for owners of a Roku TV.