With the Gear IconX 2018, Samsung improves its fitness-focused wire-free earphones with smarter fitness coaching and longer battery life, but loses heart rate monitoring in the process.
The JBL E35 headphones deliver a strong audio experience with rich bass and well-defined highs for a budget-friendly price.
The Bowers & Wilkins PX wireless headphones are a rare misfire from the iconic audio company, with buggy operation and audio performance that changes when the noise cancellation is enabled.
The Shinola Canfield On-Ear headphones deliver a solid audio experience in a luxurious design, but some listeners will wish for a little more bass depth and a comfier fit.
The Fiil IICON noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones try to hang with the best in its category, but can't quite make it work.
The wireless Urbanears Stadion earphones have a unique look and feel with a crisp, clear sound, but exercise buffs motivated by big bass might be disappointed.
A good gaming headset delivers rich sound to really get you into the game and an integrated microphone so you can trash talk your opponents. These are our top recommendations.
The Logitech G533 is a comfortable wireless gaming headset with few connection options and perhaps too much bass.
The JBL E65BTNC headphones deliver bass-forward Bluetooth audio with decent noise cancellation for the price.
Astro's least expensive wireless model, the A20, is a well-designed and comfortable gaming headset that delivers solid sound quality.