The Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT are reasonably priced, well-designed Bluetooth headphones that bass lovers are sure to enjoy.
The LG Tone Studio is a poorly conceived idea that combines wireless earphones with a personal speaker, and neither option sounds very good.
The bass-forward Bose SoundSport Free earphones are expensive, but nail the design and operational details right better than any other pair in the growing wire-free category.
The Sony WF-1000X earphones delivers some of the best audio performance we've heard from a true wireless pair, but so-so noise cancellation and some design quirks holds it back a bit.
The JBL Everest Elite 750NC headphones combine wireless audio with noise cancellation, but the latter has a dramatic effect on sound quality.
The Beyerdynamic Aventho Wireless headphones look and sound fantastic but cost a bit too much.
The wireless Urbanears Plattan 2 BT headphones are attractive and deliver solid performance, but not enough to justify doubling the price over the wired version.
The Origaudio Wrapsody Bluetooth is a cool-looking pair of headphones that deliver poor sound quality.
Rather than ditch the 3.5mm headphone port, Microsoft figured out a way to make it thinner on devices.
The stunning Etymotic ER4 XR earphones deliver the sonic accuracy sound professionals need, and add some subtle depth in the lows to complement modern mixes.