The Surface Headphones don't quite match Bose and Sony noise-canceling headphones, but they're a strong freshman effort with some compelling feature and design elements.
Dolby's first consumer electronics product has been designed first and foremost for the home entertainment experience -- with an emphasis on home.
The third Jaybird Bluetooth wireless sports headphone to be released in as many months, the Tarah Pro adds better battery life and some other nice new extras for $160.
With built-in thermoelectric cooling plates inside the earcups, this unique headset drops its temperature by a good 10 degrees or more.
The $200 headset is Bluetooth-enabled and can be used both at home and wirelessly for music listening and mobile gaming on the go.
With its more comfortable fit and improved performance, the Sony WH-1000XM3 becomes the noise-canceling headphone to beat.
The wireless headset has haptic feedback to make gameplay more immersive. And, of course, it lights up.
Creative's magical holography tech is real -- and you can get it real soon.
The $299 buds come with a shiny stainless steel charging case.
OnePlus says the Type-C Bullets offer better sound and build quality than its older Bullets V2.
These new premium-sounding neckband-style wireless headphones feature active noise cancelling at a moderate price with one feature missing from Bose's QuietControl 30.
What happens when you remove the wires from Plantronics' popular BackBeat Fit earphones? You get the true wireless BackBeat Fit 3100.
After four long years and thousands of units sold, the headphone that put Plantronics on the map for runners has been upgraded.
The update to the BackBeat Fit 300 sounds and looks similar but adds earloops for increased stability.
This new over-ear headphone performs well and is half the price of Bose and Sony premium noise-canceling headphones.
Jaybird has included new tips and fins that promise a more comfortable secure fit in the next-generation of the company's popular X-Series headphone.
The CL2 Planar from Scottish headphone maker RHA is a high-end wireless headphone that will retail for $900.
A business headphone with a hip-hop heart, the Voyager 6200 UC's biggest flaw is fixed by a $10 hack: swapping in a competitor's eartips.