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!
The Klipsch Image S4A & S4i sound great, but Android users might find the inline controls a little on the sparse side.
Klipsch is known for its exceptional quality audio products. The X11i in-ear headphones, as one of their more premium offerings pack incredible sound fidelity but are also quite expensive. Are they worth the price tag? We find out in our review.
The Jaybird BlueBuds X sound great and have a lot of cool features, but the steep price might scare some buyers away.
The headphone market has blown up in recent years, and everybody is searching for that “perfect” pair of headphones. The Westone W10 In-Ear headphones claim to be “for the Serious Listener” and so our very own, Kevin “The Tech Ninja” Nether went hands on with the Westone W10 in-ear headphones to find out if they justify the $199 price tag and are truly for the serious listener. Read on for all of the details!