The Jabra Elite 7 Active is another high-performance sporty model from the brand.
With dynamic audio features and dependable ANC, the $129 Edifier NeoBuds Pro proves that high performance doesn’t always come at a premium.
Despite its large form and price point, the $499 Yamaha YH-L700A is a worthy spatial audio competitor to the AirPods Max.
The QCY T5S is a solid wireless earbud option for music and occasional calls, with a comfortable design and reliable Bluetooth connectivity.
Despite some design flaws, few sub-$50 wireless earbuds are better than the waterproof, long-lasting EarFun Air.
The beautifully designed, great sounding and well-priced OnePlus Buds Pro hits nearly every mark, except ANC playtime.
At a decent price with a pleasing design, the Lasuna True Wireless Earbuds serves as a functional listening device. Just don’t expect exceptional audio quality.
The $149 Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 is a solid sequel that upholds most of the series’ hallmarks, but ignores its biggest flaws.
When it comes to noise cancellation, the Bose QuietComfort Earbuds outshines every wireless earbud model out there.
If you’ve been wary of bone-conduction headphones, the AfterShokz Aeropex’s workout-friendly design and better-than-expected sound might just change your mind.
The JBL Tour Pro Plus packages strong bass and ANC into a familiar design, but it requires fine-tuning in key areas.
The Nothing Ear (1)’s transparent design will grab your attention, but it’s the comfy fit, balanced sound, useful features and low price that will hold it.
The Amazfit PowerBuds Pro is a true wireless bargain for gym rats and those seeking relatively affordable buds with solid ANC and sound.
With your own unique audio profile and lots of accessories, the NuraTrue earbuds will work for anyone.
The Anker Soundcore Life P3 is a pleasantly surprising pair of earbuds, with strong sound that matches its powerful noise cancellation — all for less than $80.
With great sound and upgraded battery life, the Sennheiser CX True Wireless goes high on quality and low on price.
The Sony WF-1000XM4 is the wireless earbuds upgrade we’ve anticipated, with better aesthetics, sound, noise cancellation and battery life.
The Beats Studio Buds is a tiny yet feature-stuffed set of wireless earbuds with very good sound — though it’s not good for calls.
The Bowers & Wilkins PI5 has the aesthetics, sound, and noise cancellation to draw you away from the AirPods Pro, but it isn’t perfect.
Google's Pixel Buds A-Series are an affordable and capable set of earbuds that offer a lot of features at a price that's hard to argue with.
The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live offer great sound quality and battery life for the price, but those seeking true wireless ANC earbuds should look elsewhere.
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.
At $199, the JBL Live 660NC undercuts the competition with strong audio, noise cancellation, and battery life, but is also painful to wear.
The Anker Soundcore Life Q35 retains most of its predecessor’s hallmarks and adds LDAC connectivity, but the higher price might deter you.
The JBL UA True Wireless Streak shows strength in sound and design, but there's too much weakness in other areas to fully recommend it.
The SteelSeries Arctis 7 sets the standard for what a wireless gaming headset should be: functional, versatile and practical.
The Amazon Echo Buds 2 grants you many features and stronger performance for a lower price than the original.