The Logitech G433 is attractive and even comes in a variety of stylish colors, but the sound quality is just passable.
The HyperX Cloud Revolver S is a comfortable, durable and versatile gaming headset, though its surround sound offers mixed results.
The Here One smart wireless earbuds offer a unique listening experience by way of app-powered filters, but their battery life is short.
The Jabra Elite Sport earbuds pack in a ton of features, but inaccurate heart-rate readings and poor ergonomics mar the experience.
The Massdrop x Sennheiser PC37X is a wonderfully cozy gaming headset that offers rich sound and a crisp microphone.
Bragi's The Headphone delivers good audio with nearly 6 hours of battery life in a pair of lightweight wireless earphones.
Although it's hardly subtle, the Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 delivers top-notch sound with supreme comfort for both competitive and single-player gamers.
The LucidSound LS20 sounds fantastic and looks gorgeous, even if it feels a bit tight around the ears and requires a charge.
The Sennheiser GSP 300 delivers high-quality audio with a simple setup, a comfortable design and a pretty good microphone.
The Plantronics RIG 400HS headset feels cheap, but for the price, it offers a comfortable feel and functional audio.
The Plantronics Rig 600 is a great-sounding and highly versatile headset, as long as you can live without sound customization.
With a built-in heart rate monitor, accelerometer and storage for music, the Samsung Gear IconX earbuds are packed. Just don't expect long battery life.
The QC35s combine best-in-class noise cancellation with superior audio quality and long battery life, making these the wireless headphones to own.
The Audeze Sine headphones offer excellent high-end audio in a supremely comfortable and luxurious design.
The HyperX Cloud Revolver offers rich audio within a comfy, durable design, but it lacks some key features for a $120 gaming headset.
The Blue Lola features an attractively unconventional design, comfortable ear cups and high-quality sound, with a few caveats for each.
The Turtle Beach Ear Force Stealth 420X delivers rich wireless sound on Xbox One, though its ear cups aren't the coziest.
The $179 Focal Sphear In-Ear Headphones are solid, unique earbuds that provide top-notch sound that's well worth the premium price.
The $25 Brainwavz Jive are affordable headphones that sacrifice nothing, and have good sound, a comfortable design and an easy-to-use inline remote.
The $109 Sennheiser OCX 686G Sports earbuds have great sound quality and a sweat-resistant design, but you'll have to deal with an awkward over-ear structure and limited inline remote.
The Skullcandy Strum earbuds offer good sound quality and an intuitive volume rocker, but they could use more ear-insert options.
The Sony MDR-XB950BT has impressive audio quality, but it's brought down by outdated style and overpowering optional bass.
The $149 Jabra Sport Coach wireless earbuds provide great sound quality, a comfortable design and easy-to-follow workout guides to help shake up your exercise routine.
The Plantronics Rig 500E is a one-of-a-kind competitive-gaming headset with swappable ear cups and impressive sound.
The Razer Kraken 7.1. Chroma delivers good sound, a great mic, and lots of audio options at a reasonable price.
With great sound quality and a reinforced design, the Audiofly AF120 monitors are ideal for musicians and audio buffs who want only the best — but that comes at a steep, $249 price.
The $129 Soul Run Free Pro wireless earphones offer good audio quality, a sweat-proof design and long battery life, but they could use more bass.
The $349 Torque Audio t096z earbuds not only sound great, but come with six tuning filters to customize your experience.
The $65 EMTEC Stay Wireless earbuds are affordable music makers with good audio quality and a comfortable, tangle-free design, but sometimes the bass overpowers.