SoundPeats Q9A review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good The SoundPeats Q9A is an in-ear wireless sports headphone that’s sweat-resistant, costs very little money, and is lightweight and comfortable to wear. It also comes with both a mesh carrying case and a hard carrying case. The Bad It feels a little cheap and doesn’t sound all that good. The Bottom Line If you can live […]

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Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H8 review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good The Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H8 has a sleek, sturdy design, with a metal/leather headband and plush earcups, and very good sound for Bluetooth. It also features active noise canceling, touch controls in the right earcup and a replaceable rechargeable battery that delivers an ample 14 hours of battery life with Bluetooth and noise […]

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The Good The Monster iSport Victory fits very securely and comfortably and is sweat-resistant and literally washable. It also delivers good sound, with strong bass and detail. An Apple-friendly inline remote and microphone is included along with a smart carrying case. The Bad The headphone seals out the outside world, which can be bad if you’re a […]

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Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good The Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear looks slick, is quite affordable, and it delivers exciting sound with strong bass and good clarity. It has an integrated inline remote and microphone for making cell phones calls (both iOS and Android versions are available) and a nice carrying case is included. The Bad The top end (treble) is a […]

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Superlux HD681 headphones review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good The Superlux HD681 semi-open headphones approach hi-fi quality with a very detailed sound, and have a very even bass response; also, they are well-constructed, comfortable, and insanely cheap. The Bad So ugly; not very dynamic and can compress some music; can sound shrill with bright material; open design means they don’t work well in loud environments. The […]

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The Good The B&O Play by Bang and Olufsen H4 is a very comfortable, excellent-sounding Bluetooth headphone with decent battery life. The Bad It doesn’t come with a carry case and has a small annoying quirk with the power button as well as an expensive price for a headphone with no active noise-cancellation. The Bottom Line While it’s […]

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Sennheiser HD 650 review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good Sennheiser’s flagship headphones have high-tech styling, extraordinary bass response, and an extremely comfortable design. The Bad They’re heavy and very pricey, not to mention ill suited for use with the iPod. The Bottom Line The formidable Sennheiser HD 650 headphones are fit for a king–and have a price tag to prove it.8.6OVERALL DESIGN9 FEATURES8 PERFORMANCE9 We […]

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Master & Dynamic MW65 review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good Built with anodized aluminum instead of stainless steel, the Master and Dynamic MW65 is lighter than the company’s previous full-size models and more comfortable to wear. It delivers rich, smooth sound and features active noise-cancelling technology that works well. It supports one-button access to Google Assistant and comes with a nice carrying pouch. The […]

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Libratone, a Danish company primarily known for its Wi-Fi speakers, has moved into the red-hot headphone market in recent years. Its new Track Plus is a neckband-style wireless noise-canceling model that comes in black or white. First announced at CESback in January, it’s available now for $199 or £169 (there’s no word yet on Australia pricing, but expect […]

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Sennheiser HD 485 review

  • Jun 29, 2020

The Good 21st-century styling; light-as-a-feather design; comfortable; rich tonal balance; cleverly designed holder/wall bracket. The Bad 10-foot cord is problematically long when traveling; open-back design may not be ideal for private listening. The Bottom Line Sennheiser’s HD 485s are our new reference headphones for iPod listening, and their remarkably clear sound also clicks with DVDs and CDs. Visit for […]

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