When it comes to noise cancellation, the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds outshines every wireless earbud model out there.
At $399, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Carbon Edition doesn’t come cheap, but is a stellar all-round performer with a ruggedly sophisticated design.
The JLab Talk USB microphone gives the Blue Yeti range some much-needed competition. It's affordable, sounds great and is easy to use for gaming or streaming.
Vizio’s M-Series 5.1 M51a-H6 gives you a lot for the money, but you need to work to get it to sound at its best.
The AirPods Max are the premium, noise-cancelling headphones Apple fans have been waiting for, and they don’t disappoint. Even if the price is hard to stomach.
With bass-rich sound quality and monster battery life, the Urbanista Miami is a good pair of active noise-cancelling headphones — and the low price makes it a great one.
Despite weak battery life and no self-cleaning mode, the LG Tone Free FN7 offers great sound and noise cancellation at a modest price point.
The JLab Epic Air ANC is appealingly cheap for a pair of true wireless earbuds, but even with its low price and long battery life, there are better budget-friendly alternatives.
The Enclave CineHome Pro 5.1 CineHub Edition delivers better sound than a single soundbar, without sacrificing simplicity — but you’ll have to live without the latest technologies.
The Earin A-3 is not the best-value set of wireless earbuds, nor the most fully-featured. Still, clever design and high sound quality make it hard to dislike.
Apple's AirPods are magical, but they're not sweatproof. The Powerbeats Pro are the fitness-focused Apple sport earphones we've been waiting for.
Innovative in some ways, disappointing in many others, the $199 Bose Sport Open Earbuds is a tough sell for avid fitness buffs.
The Sonos Arc is premium in every sense — with its precise tuning software and Dolby Atmos support, it’s the best soundbar for Sonos fans who can afford it.
Ultimate Ears Hyperboom portable Bluetooth speaker is a big speaker that produces a big sound — at a big price.
The PDP LVL50 Wired Stereo Headset provides decent gaming sound for a fair price, but you can get much better features from similar gadgets.
At $99, the JLab Epic Air Sport ANC is a must-have for fitness fans who want energetic sound and some noise cancellation in a sporty shell.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus offer stellar battery life, impressive sound and a great fit for less than the price of AirPods.
The Sony WF-1000XM3 is a very good AirPods Pro alternative if sound and noise cancellation are your priorities.
Premium aesthetics, intuitive features and stellar audio make the Master & Dynamic MW07 earbuds a worthwhile investment.
The Vizio V-Series 2.1 Home Theater Soundbar V21-H8 delivers wide sound, big bass and plenty of options for not much money.
The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air 2 Pro overcome some design hiccups to succeed as cheap noise-cancelling earbuds.
The Sennheiser CX 400BT are a rich-sounding set of wireless earbuds that make up for their lack of noise cancelling with a deep toolbox of other features.
The feature-packed Sonos Beam delivers very good sound for a small soundbar, and comes with Alexa voice controls.
Yamaha's YAS-108 soundbar delivers plenty of features and overall very good overall sound, all for $220.
Despite its flaws, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are solid wireless earbuds with dynamic sound, improved ANC, and cool exclusive features.
The bass-rich JBL Bar 5.1 Surround soundbar creates an encompassing sound, if you can figure out how to take advantage of its talents.
The LG SN8YG delivers the precision of Dolby Atmos sound at an affordable price — and gets very loud.