There's another Danish company making headphones. The Libratone Track Plus looks like a B&O product, and that's a good thing.
While the JBL Reflect Mini 2 could sound a little better for the money, I liked its design and fit.
A wireless on-ear model, the new Marshall Mid ANC delivers strong performance in a compact design.
The Elite 65e wireless headphone has active noise-cancelling and promises great call quality and strong music performance.
The Anker Zolo Liberty Plus can be a very good totally wireless headphone, but it won't fit some people's ears -- and that's a problem.
While it costs more than competitors, the UA Sport Wireless Flex by JBL fits well, sounds good and should please runners and players of other sports, especially if they exercise at night.
Dual-chamber audio, an affordable price and comfortable earmuffs? HyperX's Cloud Alpha is a nifty deal.
While it comes with a frustrating lack of polish, the Sony WF-1000X is one of the best-sounding totally wireless earphones currently available.
Samsung has improved the second-generation Gear Icon X to become one of the better totally wireless headphones, especially for Galaxy phone owners.
And they sound pretty decent too, though they aren't the best.
Although not quite as strong as some competitors, the Bowers & Wilkins PX still ranks among the top wireless noise-canceling headphones available right now.
Sony's WH-1000XM2 may not be quite as comfortable as Bose's QuietComfort 35 II, but in some respects it's a superior headphone.
Puro Sound's latest child-friendly wireless headphones don't get dangerously loud -- and they let two kids listen to the same audio source, too.
Beats has taken a very good wireless noise-canceling headphone and significantly increased its performance.
Although Bose's SoundSport Free may not be perfect, thanks to some software upgrades and a price drop, it's become one of the best -- and best sounding -- totally wireless earphones.
The Pixel Buds are perfectly decent wireless headphones with a few extra tricks for Pixel phone users -- but don't expect a "Star Trek"-style universal translator.
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.
The AfterShokz Trekz Air is a very likable sports headphone, particularly for people who want a secure fitting headphone that doesn't cover or prod their ears.