Supreme comfort and stellar anti-noise make the Bose QuietComfort 20i the noise-cancelling earbuds to beat. Read our full review.
The Mohu Leaf 50 offers a great blend of performance with a sleek design, and we like the option of shaving $30 off with the unamplified Leaf 30 version.
The Yurbuds Focus Limited Edition Wireless Bluetooth earbuds claim to offer big sound and pro-athlete-grade durability, but the audio isn't focused enough.
Soul Electronics' Flex sport earbuds offer plenty of sonic muscle for the money, and they'll stay put while you sweat.
The Yurbuds Inspire Wireless Sport Earphones stay in place and stand up to heavy sweating, but their bulk and poor comfort leave us wanting more.
True to their promise, these Yurbuds will survive profuse sweating and stay in your ears no matter what. You just may not want them to.
The improved Bose SoundLink III Bluetooth speaker offers excellent audio quality and long battery life in an attractive design.
Beats By Dre’'s latest Studio active noise-cancelling headphones offers some much-appreciated improvements, making it a good investment for bass lovers.
Very good noise cancellation and comfort may be plenty for many users, though we do wish these cans sounded better.
Dr. Dre urBeats is a good set of in-ear headphones for the bass-loving set, offering durability and tangle-resistant cables for a reasonable price.
Beefy bass and a stable fit make Skullcandy's Fix headphones a very good choice for active lifestyles. Read our full review of these earbuds.
The weather-resistant Soundcast Melody portable Bluetooth speaker is pricey, but sounds impressive and is easy to use.