Bose has upgraded the market’s most popular wireless headphones.
Jabra’s earbuds stay where they are meant to be, and play both loud and deep.
Impractical design and excessive bass rendition make them uninteresting for most people.
Good quality wireless earbuds and with long battery life must no longer cost an arm and a leg.
With Beoplay H9, the Danes may have launched the best pair of wireless headphones on the market. The only thing that is discouraging is the price.
The low budget alternative to the award-winning Nitro-X is better for workouts and still sounds good.
It's the inside that counts, and Panasonic is certainly not as stupid as it looks.
Even though everything else was perfect, the uncomfortable shape tipped the scales.
With the WH-1000XM2, Sony has fixed the problems found in the predecessor and is thus the best headphone model with noise cancellation that we have tested.
Jaybird X3 wins where Freedom failed.
When Beyerdynamic make wireless headphones they don’t mess around. Amiron Wireless is the most expensive – and best – we have tested.
Even an avid athlete will have trouble ripping the JBL out of the ears.
Bose provides good sound, but disappoints regarding the battery life.
Small and practical earbuds with excellent battery life and with an appealing, bass heavy sound.