This USB microphone isn’t quite the “Blue Yeti killer,” but it’s a good mic in its own right
Despite its flaws, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro are solid wireless earbuds with dynamic sound, improved ANC, and cool exclusive features.
With a new look, a little more ruggedness and improved sound, the JBL Charge 5 is one of the best Bluetooth speakers — just not one of the cheapest.
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.
Buggy performance aside, the JBL Club Pro Plus packs great sound, noise cancellation, and special features into a luxe design.
The TCL Alto 6 Plus doesn’t cost much and has few frills, but delivers impressive audio for the price.
With a built-in shock mount, pop filter and customizable RGB lighting, the HyperX QuadCast S offers a great option for gamers that want both aesthetics and great sound quality.
The Sonos Roam is portable, durable and competitively priced, making it an attractive Bluetooth speaker on-the-go and a Sonos system enhancement back home.
The Sonos One is the best-sounding smart speaker, and its integration with smart assistants is excellent.
Strong sound, battery life, and protection make the Klipsch T5 II Sport one of the best wireless sport earbuds available.
At $25, the Skullcandy Dime has the aesthetic and sonic appeal to satisfy budget shoppers that want cheap yet reliable wireless earbuds.
There are better-sounding soundbars, but the LG SK1 is compact, easy to use and incredibly affordable, making it a good fit for smaller TVs.
The Creative Stage V2 makes big promises on a small budget, and delivers. This soundbar/subwoofer combo is a fantastic pick for upgrading your home theater on the cheap.
Supreme comfort and stellar anti-noise make the Bose QuietComfort 20i the noise-cancelling earbuds to beat. Read our full review.
Bose's SoundSport in-ear headphones provide balanced audio in a compact, sporty package, but the price is pretty steep.
One of the best gets better, as the Sony WH-1000XM3 packs killer sound and noise cancellation into a slender design.
The Jabra Elite 85h are noise cancelling headphones that command your attention with adaptive listening modes, great sound, and lengthy battery life.
The Cleer Crescent is a pricey but versatile smart speaker-soundbar combo that puts sound quality at the forefront.
The Sennheiser IE 300’s excellent sound quality will be enough to please audiophiles. But for the same price or less, you could get a full-featured pair of noise-cancelling earbuds.
For $499, the V-Moda M-200 delivers excellent ANC and sound in a luxe package, but also underwhelms in other key areas.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds offer great sound, more than 5 hours of battery life and near-instantaneous pairing, all in a stylish, comfortable pair of buds.
Despite a few performance bugs, the Plantronics BackBeat Go 810 provides dynamic sound and modest noise cancellation at a great price.
The Sony WF-SP800N are legit wireless sports earbuds with strong aesthetics, battery life, and sound, but are missing some features.
The Beats Powerbeats 4 is a noteworthy successor with better aesthetics, battery life, and sound than the Powerbeats 3.
Killer battery life, customizable sound and adjustable fit make these Bluetooth sport buds a must-buy.
The Mobvoi TicPods 2 Pro aims to be an ideal sporty AirPods alternative, but with buggy performance and an awkward fit, it doesn’t come close.
The Marshall Mode II wireless earbuds rival the best in this price range for sound quality, but lack active noise cancellation and ruggedness.