If you don't have a problem with their fit or finish, the Mpow Cheetah wireless sports headphones are a relative bargain at around $35 online.
If you like the round-the-head fit, the unique design of the Arriva Leo makes it worthy of consideration for joggers and other active listeners.
The BlueFox Extreme BF-401 is a great choice for an affordable stereo Bluetooth headset for fitness fanatics.
The G330 Gaming Headset is one of, if not the, most comfortable headsets we've ever tested and may have you sacrificing audio quality for comfort.
The Altec Lansing BackBeat 906 is a ruggedly-constructed, thoughtfully conceived, and sonically impressive stereo Bluetooth headset, but the one-size-fits-all design may disappoint some users.
The Motorola Rokr S7-HD has decent music quality, but its uncomfortable fit and average call quality keeps us from recommending it.
The Sony MDR-AS20J Active Headphones are a suitable choice for MP3 player owners who simply want a more secure pair of earphones for the gym, but don't need better audio quality than that of stock earbuds.
The Samsung SBH500 stereo Bluetooth headset is marred by a poor, uncomfortable design. Call quality is solid, but we give a pass in all respects.
The Turtle Beach Ear Force W3 headphones offer decent wireless audio for a low price.
The Nokia BH-501 Bluetooth headset is a decent headset for most uses, but we recommend you give it a try before buying.
The Wi-Gear iMuffs Wireless Headphones are a fine--though not the best--cord-free solution for iPod owners, but they fail as a cell phone headset.
The Jabra BT620s is good for listening to tunes but its uncomfortable design and poor call quality will turn off most users.
The Anycom BSH-100 is comfortable and works OK for phone calls, but constant interference and high-volume distortion make the headphones unsuitable for music listening.
The innovative, Bluetooth-enabled Logitech Wireless Headphones for the iPod are a worthy upgrade for virtually any iPod owner.
With its weak sound and minimal noise cancellation, the Sony MDR-G94NC is all style and no substance.
Delivering powerful bass and clear sound, the MDR-G74SL headphones are the best of the 2004 Sony Street Style lineup.
This headset has the athletic aesthetics of Sony's S2 Sports music players, but its performance is just average.