Vizio TVs and soundbars get better every year while maintaining down-to-earth prices, which is great news for consumers.
The sound quality is fairly good overall, especially with rock music, but I had several problems with its operation.
With support for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Google Assistant, this speaker is a beautifully crafted speaker, but it carries a premium price tag.
The sound quality is superb—as long as you use the right eartips for your specific ears.
Audio performance improves with ANC on, but it's still somewhat congested and veiled, especially in noisy environments.
It’s fabricated from high-end materials, including aluminum and genuine leather, but this speaker’s sound quality left me saying "meh."
The price is delightful, and it looks great, but those two pluses can't overcome this speaker's overblown low end.
Strong water resistance and support for the ability to wirelessly combine two of these speakers into a true stereo pair make for a real winner.
The active noise cancellation in these headphones works very well, and it significantly improves the sound quality to boot.
Sound quality is quite good—as long as you listen with active noise cancellation enabled; otherwise, it's just too boomy.
Superb sound and top-notch active noise cancellation make these wireless cans hard to beat.
They're expensive, but you get what you pay for; in this case, exquisite sound in a compact package.
This Harman Kardon soundbar beats the audio quality of a TV's onboard speakers, but other options offer far better value.
JBL's latest wireless headphones can broadcast your music to other Bluetooth headphones, letting you share the fun with friends. And many will find it handy to have Google Assistant available at a touch.
Boasting a weatherization rating of IPX7, JBL's beefy Xtreme 2 portable Bluetooth speaker can deliver the tunes just about anywhere.
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