Wireless & Bluetooth Speakers
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The Samsung HW-K950 Atmos sound bar offers the best sound for the money and should appeal to serious movie and music fans alike.
The headphones would be appealing to anyone already in Under Armour's fitness ecosystem, but they aren't perfect.
The Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 Bluetooth noise-cancelling headphone is significantly improved over the original and costs far less than its competitors.
Small shortcomings aside, for $35 you're getting a lightweight, comfortable wireless headphone that sounds decent and can be used for running or just walking around.
The Elac UF5s are our favorite speakers under $1,000, combining unheard-of transparency with enough kick to tempt rock and dance fans.
This sports headphone has some unique features, including active noise-cancellation and customizable audio. But how good does it sound?
B&W's swanky P9 Signature headphone will set you back a mere $900, but you'll get a free Lightning cable as soon as it's ready to ship.
The Editors' Choice-winning Amazon Echo Dot is back and even better than before -- all for almost half the price of the original.
The Vizio SB4551 sound bar offers an enveloping experience with movies that competitors can't touch while also including some tasty streaming features.
Coming later this year, the BeatsX earphones incorporate Apple's new custom Bluetooth low-energy chip, the W1, in a neckband-style design that's sports-friendly.
The Samsung HW-K950 isn't cheap, but it offers some of the best audio we've heard from a surround-sound package.
Today's tech round-up sees Apple confirming a Mac event on October 27, rumors of e-ink keyboards in Macs by 2018 and T-Mo coughing up $48 million for misleading consumers about unlimited data plans.