The Samsung Level Over are a very nice pair of headphones, especially if you use other Samsung devices, but the price is steep for what they offer.
The Beats Powerbeats2 are a solid pair of sport-friendly wireless earbuds that hold up to the competition in everything but price.
The Beats Solo 2 are an updated version of a popular pair of headphones, but do they sound good enough to justify the asking price?
The STREET by 50 Star Wars First Edition headphones offer plenty of style, but can they back it up with solid sound quality?
The Bose FreeStyle pack solid sound and a bold look, but their competitors offer comparable sound and more features at the same price.
The sound, the looks, and the build quality of the Audio-Technica ATH-M50X all combine to make an awesome package. Oh, and they’re under $200 dollars too.
They’re a little pricey for what they offer, but the Bose SoundTrue sound great and are comfortable enough to wear all day.
The Skullcandy Crusher headphones offer adjustable bass you can feel. Literally. But are they worth it for non-bassheads?
The Jabra ROX sound great and are well built, but some stiff competition from other brands may have you looking elsewhere.
The Bose QuietComfort 20 in-ear headphones are Bose’s first pair of noise cancelling in-ears, but how well do they fare? Join us as we go ears-on to find out!