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This small update brings active noise cancellation (ANC) to Sennheiser's already impressive budget earbuds.
Roccat has seemingly built an appealing wireless gaming headset with loads on offer including great sound, 3D audio, eye-catching RGB lighting and
The funky-looking G435 is a lightweight gaming headset that's full of surprises. We've donned it for gaming sessions and here's how we rate it...
These earbuds do one thing only: active noise-cancelling. There's no audio playback here as these tiny in-ears are ultimately designed to aid sleep.
Should you opt for the middle-of-the-range AirPods (3rd generation) over their predecessors or top-of-the-range AirPods Pro? Here's our review.
Audiophile brand Bowers & Wilkins has always taken its sweet time in adopting new technologies. Was its move into true wireless worth the wait?
High-quality materials from a prestige brand give the HX appeal, but the high price and subtle noise-cancelling will leave question marks for some.
The second-generation Bluetooth connected headphones from Audio-Technica extend battery life and speed-up charging capabilities too.
We loved the first version of the T5 II, so adding active noise-cancelling (ANC) is a huge plus. The price is high, but then so is the sound quality.
The de facto noise-cancelling travel headphones are back for 2021, with tweaks including improved battery life, a USB-C port, and enhanced ANC.
We've been listening to Apple's over-ear headphones, the AirPods Max. Is the steep asking price to excess or does the quality justify it?
This is a really superb headset for those gaming on an Xbox - find out more right here.
Samsung's updated Buds in-ears have plenty to offer compared to the original release. Does the Buds 2 hit that sweet spot of price to performance?
Sennheiser has refined its budget earbuds without hiking their price up - that's a great recipe, but can they see off the competition?
These are some of the best gaming headphones money can buy, thanks to some fairly mad tricks.
B&O's premium earbuds for 2021 deliver the goods in nearly every way - find out why in our review.
Beats Studio Buds offer Airpods convenience, but for Google Android users.
These headphones from Adidas are designed for a fairly niche market. They work great for exercise, but aren't quite as ideal in other situations.
It's refreshing to try headphones from brands we haven't necessarily all got tired of - these fit that bill nicely.
This might be the company's best gaming headset yet - a brilliant balance of comfort, sound and features at a great price point.
This headset from Razer is a great pick for PlayStation or PC gamers.
A hybrid wired and wireless gaming headset that seemingly offers it all - but does it really deliver in all areas?
These over-ear headphones are Hi-Res Audio compatible and deliver a supreme soundstage that's instantly outstanding, plus active noise-cancelling.
These earbuds come with a weight of expectation, plus a weighty price, but how do they fare in terms of sound and features?
Nothing is entering a crowded market with the Ear 1, but with its unique approach to design it could just be the one.
Nura's innovative approach to sound personalisation has made it to the true-wireless (TWS) market. And it's quite something.
Affordable over-ears with subtle active noise-cancellation (ANC) - but it's the big bass, big comfort and small price that are the real winners here.
Oppo's wireless earbuds are an interesting proposition - but probably only really make sense if you've got an Oppo phone to pair with them.
These in-ear 'buds from JBL are a pleasure to use and comfortable wear - a great alternative if you don't want to splash out on AirPods Pro.
Jaybird's follow-up true wireless earbuds are great for running, but there are drawbacks for everyday use.
An upgrade to the company's previous gaming headset, which on paper has extra features and enhancements, but there's a caveat...
This premium headset has a lot going for it, but the price tag is a little off-putting.
Rather than just offering tweaks, the Pro model completely redesigns the in-ear experience, adding active noise-cancelling (ANC) and much more.
Sony has done it again. It's taken an already excellent pair of noise-cancelling 'buds and improved almost every aspect, resulting in a class-leader.
The Pixel Buds A-Series undercut the earlier Pixel Buds 2 on price, but what about the performance?
These in-ears have plenty about them to make you wanna party, although they don't quite make it into the top-grade club category.
Samsung's top true wireless headphones.
With UV self-cleaning case and some interesting features, LG offers a comfortable wire-free earbud option. But so does the competition.
Is it possible to create a fantastic-looking, great-sounding pair of earbuds that don't suffer performance issues? M&D is close to perfect.
Kef's true wireless earbuds sound great and are comfortable to wear - but how do they stack up to the competition?
Not your average gaming headset - as it has a high-resolution ESS 9281 Quad DAC and MQA technology for "true to life" audio. But is it any good?
Is Sony's own gaming headset worth popping on your wishlist for the next time it appears on sale?
Klipsch's second-generation true wireless buds sound incredible. However, there's no active noise-cancelling or auto start/stop.
Is the follow up to the surprisingly stellar Melomania 1 any good? It's all about touch control this time around, which brings positives and negatives
Sports headphones and luxury design in the same product? You better believe it.
These fairly priced over-ear headphones offer supreme comfort and mild active noise-cancellation for your consideration.
The best Jabra true wireless headphones? The 85t amps things up in the active noise-cancelling (ANC) department, which makes these 'buds a winner.
These on-ear headphones do absolutely everything right - improving on the series predecessor with truly epic battery life.
Waterproof, customisable, and great sound - what's not to love about these true wireless in-ear headphones? Read our review for more info.
Minimalist styling and exceptional audio make these in-ears truly awesome. There aren't as many features as some competitors though.