French company Focal makes some great-sounding headphones. Now it's introducing its first wireless model.
China-based Anker has launched a new line of totally wireless in-ear headphones that it hopes will compete with Apple's AirPods.
The affordable Impulse Duo is a likable in-ear Bluetooth headphone that features decent sound, packs up well and is easy to carry around in a pocket.
The $1,300 Fender FXA9 IEMs aren't cheap, but they boast great sound quality and sit comfortably in the ears.
The SoundBuds Slim Bluetooth earphones are hard to beat for the price, especially if you're not a stickler for sound quality.
The AirPods are more comfortable and cost less, but the Skybuds are one of the better totally wireless earphones out there right now.
These totally wireless earphones are billed as the world's first "wireless ear computer" and feature real-time language translation.
The Urbanears Stadion's coiled design may not appeal to everyone, but a lot of people will find it liberating to be free of the dangling cords of most Bluetooth sports headphones.
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.
Beyerdynamic bills its upcoming Xelento Wireless as "the first wireless in-ear headphone for audiophiles." It ain't cheap.
Some design choices get in the way of function, but for comfort and sound quality the Cloud Revolver S is sunshine on a rainy day.
New drivers, new cushions, more frequency response in wired mode and better battery life make V-Moda's next-gen Bluetooth headphone a winner.
Small drawbacks notwithstanding, the Plantronics BackBeat 500 Series raises the bar for entry-level on-ear wireless headphones.
While it's not feature loaded, the Beoplay H4's sound quality and comfort level earn it the right to be in the conversation if you're considering a full-size Bluetooth headphone for around $300.
Look past the odd design of the Audeze iSine 10, and you'll find some of the best-sounding in-ear headphones we've ever heard.
The Sony Xperia Ear Open-Style Concept is a hands-free personal assistant that uses bone conduction to transmit sounds to your ears.
Computer, where's my Universal Translator? The Waverly Labs Pilot Earpiece brings us one step closer.
Doppler Lab's new totally wireless earbuds don't quite live up to the hype, but these feature-laden headphones are one of the best AirPods alternatives we've tested to date.