From over-ear to in-ear, noise-canceling to truly wireless, we’ve tested (and ranked) the best Bose headphones to determine the right ones for you.
The Master & Dynamic MW65 produces fantastic sound and prominent noise cancelling, but performance bugs hinder its full potential.
We've pit the AirPods against the Beats Powerbeats Pro. Which is Apple's best truly wireless earbuds option?
The year's most anticipated headphones battle the active noise-cancelling king. Read on as we compare the Jabra Elite 85h to the Bose QuietComfort 35 II.
The Jabra Elite 85h are noise cancelling headphones that command your attention with adaptive listening modes, great sound, and lengthy battery life.
Great sound, sporty aesthetics, and biomechanical data-tracking make the Soul Run Free Pro Bio a suitable contender.
Two of the market’s top wireless fitness buds go head-to-head, but only one will be crowned category leader.
The Anker Soundcore Liberty Air offers good comfort and sound at a budget price, but the connectivity and controls could be better.
The Grado GW100 is a solid first attempt at wireless audio from the brand, meshing superior comfort and stellar audio into a throwback design.
The Bose QC35 II and Microsoft Surface Headphones boast amazing sound, superior active noise cancellation, and intuitive features, but only one can sit atop the ANC throne.
The AKG N700NC has the sound quality and noise cancellation of a top-tier headphone, but it needs more to compete against Bose and Sony.
Premium aesthetics, intuitive features and stellar audio make the Master & Dynamic MW07 earbuds a worthwhile but expensive investment.
The Shinola Canfield Bluetooth IEM offers great sound and battery life in a striking, opulent design.
The Google Pixel USB-C Earbuds have the brains, but not the sonic brawn, to make them the all-around mobile companion they should be.
The Audio-Technica ATH-50xBT maintains the phenomenal sound and sturdy design of the original, while adding Bluetooth into the mix.
Despite a few performance bugs, the Plantronics BackBeat Go 810 provides dynamic sound and modest noise cancellation at a great price.
A notable upgrade from the original, the Sony WH-1000xM2 is an audio powerhouse with great sound and noise-cancelling performance.
The Jaybird X4 is a modest upgrade with enhanced aesthetics and great sound, but it also has poor battery life and lots of bugs.
The JBL Under Armour Sport Wireless Train headphones combine impressive sound quality with sporty features that make them an ideal workout companion.
The Dekoni Audio Blue Fostex offers great comfort, sound quality and modification at a bargain value.
The Libratone Track+ offers the comfort, sound, style and serviceability you want from premium wireless, in-ear ANC headphones, though battery life is subpar.
The Plantronics BackBeat Fit Boost Edition offers steady bass and ergonomics but not much else to warrant its high expense.