Optoma’s latest NuForce wireless earbud, the BE Live2, targets value. They’re one of the slickest-looking and most solidly functioning offerings we’ve seen at $50. This synopsis runs through the comprehensive need-to-know.
The relatively new, UK-based audio company, RHA, leapfrogs the high-end portable headphone competition with the first ever planar magnetic driver, closed earphones. Does the CL2’s sound hold up with its impression?
The Ascent Charge+ takes Rowkin’s tiny true wireless earbud design up a notch, with improvements in build and features (such as wireless charging support) across the board. But does it perform where it counts?
Fiio isn’t holding off on getting its headphone line up to speed. The new FH5 ups the not too old F9 Pro flagship, focusing largely on audio improvements with an extra driver and acoustically-minded design.
Affordable Bluetooth earbuds have come a long way. We’re glad to see that a decent pair no longer requires a lot of cash, and the Mpow S6 are a perfect example of the great value you can find today.
Bluetooth headphones have come a long way. This is most exemplified by how solid performance can now be found at little cost, and Aukey’s $25 Latitude wireless earbuds are the best value we’ve seen yet. This Synopsis runs through what you need to know.
Rowkin’s latest affordable true wireless earbuds, the Surge Charge, are particularly aimed for active lifestyles. Where they lack in elegance, they may make up for in function.
Originally a maker of audio players, Fiio has expanded into the headphone market. The new flagship F9 Pro earphone carries the company’s strong bang-for-the-buck ideal, with triple drivers and premium construction.
This Synopsis Beyerdynamic isn’t quite a household name when it comes to personal audio, but it is one of the most well-known brands in the…
This Synopsis Sennheiser is one of those “quietly brilliant” manufacturers in the personal audio business. Despite being historically revered, it’s never caught by the mainstream audience.…