The second-generation Razer Hammerhead True Wireless earphones deliver solid audio with adjustable EQ and cool LED lighting effects.
The House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds are made from mostly sustainable materials, but fail to distinguish themselves in terms of performance.
Whether you need to take calls or block out distracting noise, these headphones and headsets are ideal audio companions for working from home.
The right headphones for children are about more than just fun designs with affordable prices. Safe headphones for kids also limit volume levels to protect young ears. These are the best child-friendly headphones we've tested.
The iClever TransNova BTH16 headphones look cool and sound good, but they aren't the best at limiting the volume levels your child is exposed to.
The Happy Plugs Play look like stylish headphones designed for adults, but have a limited maximum volume that makes them safer for children's ears.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II Gaming Headset is exactly what it sounds like: a QC 35 II turned into a gaming headset. It's an excellent pair of noise-cancelling headphones that now features a handy boom mic and a desktop volume wheel.
Not a fan of the bulk that comes with over-the-ear headphones? Whether you call them earbuds, earphones, or in-ear headphones, check out the best in-ear models we've tested.
If you take sound quality seriously, check out the best high-fidelity headphones and earphones we've reviewed. You might be in for some sticker shock, but there are a few budget-friendly pairs here that prove you don't have to spend a fortune to elevate your listening experience.
Apple started the trend with AirPods, and now completely wire-free earphones are everywhere. But how do they sound? And are they worth the premium? Here's what you need to know, including the best true wireless earbuds we've tested.
Shure's second-generation true wireless Aonic 215 earphones improve upon the original with a water-resistant design, better on-ear controls, and the best user-adjustable EQ we’ve tested.
You don't need to spend a lot of money to get high-quality sound flowing into your ears. Here's what to look for in a pair of budget-priced headphones or earphones, along with our top-rated picks.
You don't need to spend a ton of money to get a decent pair of true wireless earphones. We've tested plenty of models that deliver quality audio and useful extra features for as low as $25.
The true wireless Jabra Elite 3 earphones are far from exciting, but they offer a high-quality audio experience for a reasonable price.
Noise cancellation isn't a common feature among true wireless earphones, but it's gaining in popularity. If you want to block out the world around you, check out the best noise-cancelling wire-free earbuds we've tested.
The true wireless Wyze Buds deliver quality audio performance with adjustable EQ in a water-resistant design, which is rare to find for under $50.
The true wireless Wyze Buds Pro earphones deliver better active noise cancellation than you'd expect for just $60, making some of their quirks easier to deal with.
The $329 QuietComfort 45 promise longer battery life than the 35 II and a new ambient mode.
The Nacon RIG 500 Pro HX gaming headset is comfortable to wear and easy to use, but its headphones and microphone could both sound a bit better for the price.
It's part of his Project Rock line for Under Armour, but JBL engineered the headphones.