If you don't want to spend more than double or triple the cost on the Bose SoundLink On-Ear Bluetooth or Beats' wireless headphones, the Hesh 2 Wireless is a decent budget Bluetooth headphone choice.
Look past their offbeat design and you'll find that Apple AirPods' compact size and high convenience factor are a winning combination.
The BackBeat Pro 2 is an excellent full-size wireless noise-cancelling headphone that costs nearly half as much as comparable models from Bose, Sony or Sennheiser.
Those more interested in getting excellent audio quality for their money than high-end design or a big brand name will appreciate the Status Audio CB-1 over-the-ear headphones.
So long as you don't expect the most powerful noise-canceling, the QuietControl 30 works really well as an everyday headphone. You can use it at the gym or for running.
While we'd like to see it cost a little less, Sennheiser has fixed the original Momentum's one weakness, making the new 2.0 Momentum not only sound slightly better but fit more comfortably.
If you're looking for Monster Beats-style sound at a more affordable price, the Sol Republic Tracks should be on your short list.
While not a major upgrade over the original, the Surface Headphones 2 offer some small but notable improvements, including a lower price, that make them an appealing work-from-home headphone.
Skullcandy Icon 2 headphones are a decent option for teens who prefer on-ear models with a splash of style and a built-in mic for music phone compatibility.
This new over-ear headphone performs well and is half the price of Bose and Sony premium noise-canceling headphones.
And because Razer's Star Wars mouse and keyboard are lonely, there's now a Kraken Storm Trooper Edition to match.
The Sennheiser HD 448 is a set of headphones that is balanced for the most part, but if you're looking for articulated bass then this isn't your stop.
Nothing about the Rize stands out except for its bargain price tag. Sudio proves you don't need to spend a fortune to own a decent performing Bluetooth headset.
Sennheiser packs a great sound into these tiny speakers, but other design quirks annoy us, and you might find the 3.5mm connection incompatible with non-Apple products.
The a-Jays One+ headphones deliver a good sound for their comparatively inexpensive price, and offer a nice bonus for Android smartphone owners.
The original and still the best, the Bang & Olufsen A8 Earphones sound good and look great, but if you're looking for an exciting result these aren't for you.
The ANC9s sound great, and even better when noise cancelling is active. Memory foam creates a comfortable fit, but it's just a shame that you need to keep AAA batteries handy to get the most of out them.
Jays entry-level headphones have a flat cable and anything but flat sound.