Slick style and outstanding build quality can't make up for sonic shortcomings.
You choose how much of the world to let in or keep out, or have the headphones do it for you automatically based on your surroundings and motion.
This value-laden sound bar delivers where it counts.
Value is the name of the game when it comes to the Aurvana Trio. You'll find lots of high-end features in these modestly priced headphones.
These headphones worth every penny of their asking price.
Refinement, not revolution, takes center stage in this redesign.
An intoxicating sonic experience from a hi-res audio player that's as heavy as it is expensive.
The Fiio X7 Mark II’s modular architecture, apps, and sweet sound make this a great choice for serious music lovers who want an Andriod-based hi-res audio player.
Sweet sound, a rich feature set, and a small footprint make this one of the best small DAPs on the market.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a more stylish, fun, and sweet-sounding set of small speakers under $450.
With an LED safety light, adjustable neckband, and enough sonic energy to pump up any workout, these JBL-designed, Under Armour-branded Bluetooth headphones are a smart exercise companion.
Polk’s Signa S1 soundbar and wireless subwoofer offer a super-slim package at a budget price for those wanting to hear what they've been missing from their TV’s built-in audio.
This soundbar delivers true 5.1-channel surround sound, but you'll need to hear it to decide if Vizio made the right compromises in its effort to hit this price point.
The first soundbar with DTS Virtual:X technology is impressive, but it's not perfect.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a better sonic performer at this price-point.