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ReviewsIf you’re looking for the very best in over-ear, active noise-cancellation, the all-new Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones deserve your inspection. ReviewsGood true wireless headphones needn't cost hundreds of dollars. If you can live without active noise cancellation, here's a great pair for just $25. ReviewsThese aren’t the best headphones you can get from Bose, but they sound fabulous and cost $80 less than the company's top-of-the-line QuietComfort Ultra.
ReviewsJabra's new flagship earbuds deliver terrific noise cancellation and Dolby Atmos, but call quality could be better. ReviewsLooking for solid audio as you work out? Jabra has the buds for you. ReviewsBose takes a happy song and makes it better, using a healthy dose of immersive audio. ReviewsMarshall call the Motif II A.N.C.'s in-ear headphones, we call them ear buds. No matter what the designation–they're among our favorites because of their sonic excellence. ReviewsThese true wireless headphones look and sound great; they deserve comparison with the best from Apple, Bose, and Sony. ReviewsIt’s marketed as a DAC/headphone amp combo, but this affordable desktop device sounds just as great while connected to a preamp or powered speakers. ReviewsSame body, better guts, various quibbles. ReviewsShokz's first true wireless earphones offer a discrete design and a secure fit, but the audio is a tad lacking. ReviewsAnker’s latest noise-cancelling true wireless headphones are well priced, but don't offer the high fidelity and advanced features of their higher-end competitors.
ReviewsYou'll get features and performance similar to Sony's flagship noise-cancelling earbuds, but similar is in no way the same. ReviewsThe Bose Quiet Comfort II have slightly better ANC, but Sony's buds come very close; plus, they're more comfortable and they deliver better musical performances. ReviewsThe industrial design is polarizing, and noise cancellation plays second fiddle to fidelity, but the Final ZE8000 are among the best ANC earbuds on the market. ReviewsThese outstanding wireless in-ear monitors are versatile and upgradeable. ReviewsThese buds boast Bluetooth 5.3 support, including the new LE Audio and LC3 codec in addition to AAC and aptX Adaptive. ReviewsGamers might also appreciate this headphone’s ability to rattle your brain with its over-the-top bass response, but it won’t impress critical listeners. ReviewsYou can crank up the Shure Aonic 40’s effective active noise cancellation in noisy environments, and ease off it for the best audio quality.
ReviewsThis open-back, over-ear headphone combines a memorable retro design with stellar audio quality to offer a compelling alternative to more familiar high-end brands.