The $39 OnePlus Nord Buds undercut rivals to deliver impressive performance that's as good as some $100 earbuds.
Priced at $79, Anker's Soundcore Sport X10 earbuds are a sweet deal for those who want bold sound, customizable fit, and fitness-friendly features.
The Adidas FWD-02 are certainly cut from the same aesthetic cloth as the brand’s running shoes, but these buds lack audio quality.
Despite falling short of ANC expectations, the 1More Evo offers premium sound and connectivity at a great price.
The EarFun Air Pro SV has an attractive 'stem' design and strong sound, but ANC performance and mediocre playtimes are nothing to rave about.
At $79, the Audio-Technica ATH-M20xBT over-ear wireless headphones make some feature and comfort compromises, but they offer decent sound and long battery life to keep music playing for days on end.
We’ve pitted the all-new Sennheiser Sport True Wireless against the versatile Beats Fit Pro to determine the better workout partner.
The Sennheiser Sport True Wireless have the sound and feature set to outperform many of the market’s top sports buds, but not the elite.
The JLab JBuds Air Pro are a bargain for fitness fanatics that want strong audio and battery life at a low price.
The 1More PistonBuds Pro disrupts the noise-cancelling wireless earbuds market with impressive ANC and sound at a great price.
The Wyze Buds Pro impresses with great sound and effective noise cancellation, but it fails to nail down some basics.
The Denon AH-C830NCW are great-sounding wireless earbuds but they need greater feature support to compete with the market’s best all-rounders.
Strong audio, ANC, and battery life place the Treblab Z7 Pro among the best cheap noise-cancelling headphones we've tested.
The Cleer Audio Alpha stands out as a cheaper Bose alternative with better sound, longer playtimes, and respectable noise cancellation.
The Sennheiser CX Plus gets you flagship sound and surprisingly good noise cancellation for around half the price of the AirPods Pro.
The Sony LinkBuds WF-L900 have a distinctive open design to ensure wearers are always aware of their surroundings, but they earn more points for the eye-catching fashion form than their function.
The Tribit MoveBuds H1 has the power and energy to keep fitness fans moving, but its sonic abilities need toning.
The JLab Go Air Sport has plenty of bass energy and battery life to appease fitness fans on a budget, but don’t expect top sonic performance.
The Shure Aonic Free earbuds bring audiophile sound and passive noise reduction to rival more sophisticated designs with active noise cancelling tech.
The Adidas Z.N.E. 01 ANC is an admirable attempt at sporty wireless ANC earbuds, but the short battery life makes it a tough sell.
The Urbanista Los Angeles headphones deliver best-in-class playback time from a solar-powered charge and decent sound, but comfort and app control are compromised.
The $119 Jabra Elite 4 Active undercuts the competition with hi-res audio, quality noise neutralization, and waterproof protection.
Great value earbuds with dynamic and customizable sound but some advanced listening features could be better applied.