All-Black Headphones, for That Nocturnal Life
Black will always be in vogue.
Black will always be in vogue.
Minimalist design and a huge 30-hour battery life.
Silver and black models are both available.
True waterproof headphones for swimmers. (You can also run with them.)
Focal is best known for its $200,000 loudspeakers. Now it's launching $69 earbuds. Be excited.
Anker is going from USB accessories to AirPod-killers that work with every smart assistant.
Makers of some of the most beautiful speakers and headphones on the planet.
It's Logitech G's lightest headphone ever.
Designed with a metal and maple hybrid inner chamber and a more comfortable leather band.
Use your home theater without waking up the whole house — and without being tethered to the TV.
Don't get caught up on the cord.
Need an in-ear alternative to those bulky QC25s?
Beats by Dr. Dre today announces BeatsX wireless headphones.
Apple's first crack at wireless earbuds is a promising glimpse into the future of personal audio.
Their drivers are similar to those found in $220,000 loudspeakers.
The Kaiser 10s have 10 drivers per earbud. Apple's EarPods have one.
More than just the next generation of the Bose QC 25 headphones, this is the traveler's must-have of 2016.
If audio is your priority, these are the sports headphones for you.
$100 less than the flagship model, and with Bluetooth that reaches up to 100 feet.
It's more than just surround sound for your ears.
Jabra brings the noise with two new fitness-tracking pairs of headphones.
From headphones to electric tuners, these are our essentials pieces of tech.
A sweat-proof headphone that you'll want to use for more than just a work out.
Gearheads dream of driving the $1.2 million Bugatti Veyron. Audiophiles dream of listening to these.
Show your favorite audio accessory some love with a proper headphone stand.
You love great music, and there's a good chance you listen to a lot of it. Now it's time to pair your tunes with equally great gear. Whether you're on the go, at home or at work, these perfect hi-fi headphone setups will let you get the most out of your daily soundtrack.
Today in Gear: New ECCO shoes, a ridiculous disco hammock, top-tier headphones, a new Super 8 camera and more.
The typical beef with earbuds is that they sound worse than similarly priced over- or on-ear headphones. That’s not to say audio engineers haven’t figured out how to squeeze spectacular sound out of a diminutive package, there’s just usually a hefty premium for having your cake and eating it too. Klipsch's X11i are the company's top of the line offering in-ear offering. We spent the last few weeks with a pair to see if they were capable of producing the high-end sound worthy of their high-end price.
We’ve all experienced it before — that overwhelming desire to stop and marvel at something. For some, the response is sparked by the sight of art, a beautiful landscape or even particular members of the fairer sex (uncouth, we know). Certain things in this world simply demand more than a passing glance or two. For people like us, though, it’s all about great things that live at the intersection of impeccable design and remarkable engineering. Chances are you feel the same way.
Today, we’re introducing a new way of telling stories — one with fewer words and a higher focus on bringing products we test to life through the magic of short-form video, one perfect for a quick moment of inspiration (or awe) that’s mobile friendly and ready to go. We’re calling them GP SHORTS.
Click to watch our first take.
A respite from noise might seem thin on paper, but spend a few hours on an inescapable airplane with crying babies, heaving green-faced passengers or even a chatty cathy neighbor and get back to us on what you're willing to pay for a little peace and music. What's more, NC options have some of the best sound profiles available, making them true gems for audiophiles and the easily distracted alike. Considering the vastly small market for noise-canceling headsets available at the moment, the problem isn’t necessarily narrowing down the field -- it’s choosing the best one for your audio needs. From pioneering audio staples to buzzing newcomers, these are the noise cancelers worth turning your ears to.
The term "noise canceling headphones" almost always summons images of big puffy over-the-ear numbers. As wonderful as those can be, they're bulky to pack if you're traveling light, and during workouts, they suck -- providing a feeling akin to sweating with scones strapped to your head. Austrian headphone maker AKG's K391 NC offer up noise canceling features in a compact package. We tried out a pair.