Microsoft surprised us all with brand new, true wireless earbuds that work with practically every device.
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These stunning limited edition headphones are based on the SR325e Prestige Series and take inspiration from The Beatles’ White Album – but how do they sound?
Focusing on comfort-driven performance, the Recon Spark falls short with its sound performance.
The Crusher finally gets active noise-cancellation, but at the cost of battery life and materials.
Updated The Major III headphones offer a well-rounded sound but have disappointing bass frequencies.
The on-ear headphones are designed with commuters in mind, with active noise cancelation, a lightweight build, and a warm, open soundstage.
The new Bowers & Wilkins wireless headphones are the first to support Qualcomm's aptX Adaptive codec for seamless switching between video and audio.
The noise-canceling Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019) now come with built-in Tile tracking so you need never lose them again.
Updated Apple's controversial axing of the 3.5mm headphone jack opened the door to a whole new product: the Apple AirPods.
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