Sunday, May 28, 2017

The Muse 5 wireless earbuds are too basic for the price

Last fall, an obscure company named Erato released some of the first usable wireless earbuds. The Apollo 7 earbuds were tiny, produced...

Technics T700 review: heart says yes, ears say no

It’s hard to admit you are wrong, especially on the internet where any mistake gets deluged so quickly by the next thing...

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless review: cutting the cord, keeping the...

There’s a class of over-ear headphones, costing between $200 and $500, that’s defined by an emphasis on striking, premium design, and an...

Bragi Headphone review: finally, wireless earbuds worth buying

After almost three years of buzz, one wildly successful Kickstarter campaign, and multiple product delays, German startup Bragi has finally made good...

Beats X review: Apple’s neckbuds for the everyday

The new $150 Beats X wireless earbuds have taken a backseat to Apple’s AirPods ever since both products were announced at the...

Beoplay H9 review: it’s complicated

My favorite pair of portable over-ear headphones is last year’s Beoplay H6. It combines minimalist Danish style, fantastic sound, and endless comfort...

Here One review: a bitter taste of the future

Hands down, Here One sounds the best out of all the truly wireless earbuds I’ve tested. Music is more clear and dynamic...

Blue Ella review: freaky design meets superior sound

Even if you’ve never heard of Blue as a company, you’ll have no doubt heard its microphones at some point in your...

Etymotic and Grado are the masters of unsweetened music

Audio companies design their sound in much the same way that synthetic food producers design their flavor. As one group weighs up...