Don’t confuse these $100 buds with every other AirPods clone.
The Razer Nari Ultimate Lucio Edition borrows a bit of flair from Overwatch and augments your game with 4D effects and crisp, full audio.
RHA's Wireless Flight Adapter solves the biggest issue with wireless headphones by adding Bluetooth to any in-flight infotainment system.
The SteelSeries Arctis 1 Wireless is the first gaming headset to use a USB Type-C dongle. Oh, and it sounds great and feels good, too.
Bose's Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 have a sleek design, excellent noise cancellation and best-in-class voice calls.
The SteelSeries Arctis 1 is a comfortable, sleek gaming headset that offers solid sound for just $50.
The Acer Window Mixed Reality AH101 Headset offers an easy plug-and-play setup and a comfortable design, but it suffers from a small selection of apps, along with some tracking issues.
The Bowers & Wilkins P7, the company's first over-ear headphones, look and sound like a million bucks.
Supreme comfort and stellar anti-noise make the Bose QuietComfort 20i the noise-canceling buds to beat.
Sony's MDR-10RNC headphones are comfy and cancel ambient noise well, but they don't sound quite as good as they should for the price.
The Logitech G430 gaming headset provides an immersive audio experience and effective noise canceling at a friendly $79 price.
Seriously thumping bass, iconic design, and active noise cancellation make the Beats Studio a very good choice for folks who favor louder, bass-driven music like hip-hop and rock.
The Logitech UE 6000 is a very satisfying-sounding set of headphones, with lively audio and adequate noise cancellation for an affordable price.
At $139, the i-Mego Walker Junior headphones offer noise cancelling on the cheap along with a lightweight design, but you'll sacrifice some audio quality.