The Astro A20 Gaming Headset Gen 2 sounds great and feels good, but setup can be a real pain, particularly when switching among systems.
The SteelSeries Arctis 7P/7X sounds great, fits beautifully, and works with almost every gaming system on the market.
OnePlus’ first truly-wireless earbuds last forever and won’t burn a hole in your wallet — but they only sound as good as they cost.
Self-cleaning buds with bright sound, the LG Tone Free (HBS-FN6) is a distinctive creation with some blemishes.
Dynamic in sound and functionality, the Microsoft Surface Headphones 2 is a noise-canceller that silences the skeptics.
Despite not rising to the standard set by Bose and Sony, the Microsoft Surface Headphones is a pleasant surprise with solid sound and noise cancellation.
Excellent Google integration and improvements in design and sound make the Google Pixel Buds 2 the company’s most inviting wireless earbuds yet.
The Bowers & Wilkins PX Headphones provide a showstopping design, smart sensors. adjustable active noise cancellation and long battery life.
For unrivaled sound in earbud form, the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless is worth a look – if you can meet its steep price tag.
The Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless looks great, sounds greater, and has lots of functionality (and bugs) attached to its steep price.
The Master & Dynamic MW07 Go comes up big on design and sound, but falls short on connectivity and features.
The Focal Elegia might be expensive, but it’s one of the best-looking and sounding headphones you can reasonably splurge on.
The new Apple AirPods brings wireless charging and hands-free Siri into the mix with longer call times and clearer audio.
The Pixel Buds do a fine job integrating Google Assistant and language translation, but it would have been better if the company nailed the basics, too.
With an eye-catching design and a capable feature set, these Bluetooth cans cater to the casual introvert in us all.
The Urbanears Pampas is an upgrade for Urbanears' standards, but not for audiophiles or music lovers.
The Master & Dynamic MW65 produces fantastic sound and prominent noise cancelling, but performance bugs hinder its full potential.
They don't have a heart rate sensor, but better battery life makes the second-gen Samsung Gear IconX earbuds worth considering.
The Arctis 3 is a perfectly good headset, offering high-quality sound for both gaming and music, along with a comfortable fit.
The Roccat Noz sounds good in a game and feels pretty comfortable, but it's not the best headset in its price range.
Great sound, sporty aesthetics, and biomechanical data-tracking make the Soul Run Free Pro Bio a suitable contender.
The Cloud Stinger Wireless nails just about every major selling point in a wireless gaming headset, but you can't customize it.
The RHA TrueConnect earbuds are some of the best alternatives to Apple's AirPods, thanks to their premium design and great sound quality.
The Razer Hammerhead Duo earbuds provide solid sound, but a few drawbacks hold it back from gaming greatness.
The SteelSeries Arctis 9X provides great sound and a comfortable fit, but almost every new design decision comes with a drawback.