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Cheap cables are fine, even for today's most expensive TVs.
While they don't perform quite as well the WF-1000XM3 and lack a little bit of premium touch for their price, the WF-SP800N are very good active noise-canceling true wireless sports earbuds.
The $800 speaker is a sleek-looking Playbar replacement, but only owners of newer televisions will be able to use its Atmos feature.
After underwhelming with its original Pixel Buds, Google's new true wireless earbuds stack up well against the competition, with a comfortable fit and strong performance.
An affordable, compact speaker gives a robust, open-hearted performance.
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Although they're not the most rockin' Elacs, these big speakers deliver laid-back sonics for fans of folk and jazz.
While they're expensive and not as feature rich as some competing models, Shure's first true wireless earbuds have an innovative design and stay true to the company's in-ear monitor heritage.
The latest Powerbeats wireless sports headphone is essentially the Powerbeats Pro with a cord. But is it worth $150?
It's not cheap, nor is it light, but the Hyberboom packs some serious punch -- and it looks and sounds more like a real speaker.