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.
The TaoTronics TT-BH046 sounds great, has solid noise cancellation and long battery life – all for an affordable price
The surface level details of the FreeLace will draw you in, but it trips up when it comes to functionality.
Jaybird's Run XT is designed for extreme weather, but the Bluetooth earbuds' battery life and sound 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 AKG N700NC has the sound quality and noise cancellation of a top-tier headphone, but it needs more to compete against Bose and Sony.
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.
The Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 SE headphones offer great sound, excellent smart controls and over 24 hours of battery life.
A notable upgrade from the original, the Sony WH-1000xM2 is an audio powerhouse with great sound and noise-cancelling performance.
While the ear-cooling FrostCap technology is interesting, the HP Omen Mindframe is a tough sell all around.
The Turtle Beach Elite Atlas offers a solid sound, no-nonsense design and a reasonable price — no convoluted setup required.
The Cloud Earbuds provide balanced, robust sound in an easy-to-transport profile, but getting a good fit is hard.
If you've got $180 and want one of the sleekest, most functional Xbox headsets on the market, the LucidSound LS35X is the way to go.
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 Sennheiser GSP 600 delivers good sound for both games and music, but its bulky design and dearth of extra features make it a tough sell.
For hard-core bass enthusiasts, such as those obsessed with racing games or hard-hitting EDM music, these niche-specific cans are killer.
The Libratone Track+ offers the comfort, sound, style and serviceability you want from premium wireless, in-ear ANC headphones, though battery life is subpar.
Plantronics' RIG 400 produces high-quality audio, but key gaming functions, like mic chat and noise cancellation, could use some work.