Wireless & Bluetooth Speakers
Best AV receivers
Best MP3 players
With its new $80 BackBeat 500 Series, Plantronics is trying to attract younger users with an affordable, stylish on-ear model that undercuts Beats products.
B&O Play's new entry-level (but pricey) wireless over-ear headphone isn't loaded with features, but it's attractively designed, comfortable to wear and sounds very good.
The Denon HEOS Bar is a streaming sound bar loaded with HDMI inputs and an optional subwoofer -- but can it stand up to the multiroom leaders?
While JBL's new top-end model in its affordable E-Series Bluetooth headphone doesn't have a lot of wow factor, it delivers solid sound, looks decent and fits comfortably.
The V-Moda Remix is an expensive compact Bluetooth speaker with 3D-printed customization options and a built-in headphone amp.
The Model One Digital includes a multitude of connectivity options, including FM, DAB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Spotify Connect.
The Denon HEOS AVR is a 5.1-channel streaming receiver which offers striking design and four 4K-ready HDMI ports.
The $400 Audeze iSine 10 is a bit strange-looking for an in-ear headphone and its large, open design has its drawbacks, but it sounds fantastic.
Sonos is known for innovation in multiroom audio, but can the company save the flailing sound base category with its newest product, the Playbase?
The company's follow-up to the Beolit 15 is a compact yet powerful portable wireless speaker that delivers up 24 hours of battery life.
We asked CNET's man with the golden ear drums, David Carnoy, to provide his expertise in crafting this list.
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