The Sol Republic Shadow Wireless headphones deliver solid Bluetooth sound for a reasonable price.
Quibbles aside, V-Moda's Forza Metallo Wireless is a great sounding in-ear wireless headphone that makes for an excellent everyday and sports headphone.
Although they may not be quite as good as full-size offerings from Bose and Sony, the on-ear AKG N60NC are arguably the best compact wireless noise-canceling headphones.
The Puro Sound Labs BT5200 headphones might look like some other Bluetooth headphones, but they do deliver excellent audio while helping you protect yourself from hearing loss.
The Etymotic hf5 earphones are an excellent option for those who want the highest level of sound isolation without sacrificing sound quality, portability, or style.
The AKG K 518 headphones are a good value for eclectic listeners who want a portable earphone that needn't be stuck into the ear.
The Plantronics Voyager Edge's impressive hands-free call quality and sleek size makes it a smarter buy than the fashionable Jawbone Era.
The Beats by Dr. Dre Executive noise-canceling headphones have an appealing design, strong features, and good sound, but they don't quite measure up to the Bose QuietComfort 15 noise-canceling headphones.
Despite some small drawbacks, the Jabra Sport Elite is one of the stronger early entries in the totally wireless headphone arena.
The Impulse is priced to be an impulse purchase.
Meet the Amps Air, a set of totally wireless sweat-resistant earphones that are distinguished by their "tapered groove" design.
The awkwardly large inline remote keeps the BackBeat Fit 300 from being an ideal running headphone, but there's still a lot to like about them.
Since they won't fit everyone equally well, the Polk UltraFit 3000 headphones will seem great to some users and not so great to others.
The Bose In-Ear Headphones are a hybrid set, falling right between regular earbuds and canalphones. They don't block out noise, but they do provide much more bass than stock earbuds--almost too much, in fact.
Targeting "discerning" audiophiles, Denon will be ship a new, luxuriously designed headphone in January.
Though it only supports analog stereo audio, the Logitech F540's multisystem support and impressive sound quality make it ideal for gaming and any other source you can throw at it.
Despite atrocious cosmetic qualities, the insanely cheap Superlux HD681 headphones have a sound that aspires to greatness and only narrowly misses the mark.
The Elite 65e wireless headphone has active noise-cancelling and promises great call quality and strong music performance.