Panasonic's affordable wireless headphones feel comfortable and sound great.
Bose Mobile On-Ear Headset
The Carcharias is by far the most comfortable, best-sounding PC gaming headset we've tested in a while.
For at-home listening, the Denon AH-D2000 headphones provide plenty of oomph, masterful musicality, and a solid, well-constructed design.
Braven's upcoming totally wireless Flye Sport Glo earphones are equipped with app-controlled laser lights to enhance your visibility in the dark.
Computer, where's my Universal Translator? The Waverly Labs Pilot Earpiece brings us one step closer.
The Westone 2 True-Fit Earphones offer great sound and features for the money; those who find triple-driver earbuds too large for their ears should take heed.
Sennheiser's HD 485s are our new reference headphones for iPod listening, and their remarkably clear sound also clicks with DVDs and CDs.
The Philips O'Neill The Stretch TR 55LX get a birdie for design but only hit par for sound quality.
The $299 buds come with a shiny stainless steel charging case.
The Marshall Major headphones live up to Marshall's strong legacy with a familiar shape and excellent acoustics to match its line of amps.
X-mini's latest product, a $100 hybrid headphone/speaker, moves beyond the company's trademark capsule speakers.
The well-designed OnePlus Bullets Wireless sounds good and is worth considering even if you don't have a OnePlus phone.
The Bowers & Wilkins P7 may not the best headphone you can buy in its luxury price range, but it certainly is among the best, with excellent build quality and rich sound that works well with a wide range of music genres and sources.
While the Philips Fidelio NC1's sound may be a little too forward for some listeners, it does have an excellent design and decent noise-canceling.
Turtle Beach has a new gaming headset for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC that's designed to appeal to e-sports athletes and hardcore gamers.
While they're not in the same league as the step-up ATH-M50 headphones, the Audio-Technica ATH-M30 set costs a lot less and offers impressive performance and decent build quality for the money.
You'll get a kick out of the JVC HA-M5X headphones if you like music that emphasizes thundering bass, and their sturdy construction and adequate noise cancellation come at an affordable price.