Don't-Miss Home Audio Stories
Bang & Olufsen’s most affordable multi-room speaker is a strong value.
There's nothing fancy here, but this box delivers a great performance every time.
Sub-par audio quality taints these otherwise beautifully styled and solidly built headphones.
With 32-bit DACs and other upscale components, you won't hear better analog audio from an Ultra HD Blu-ray player. It's also the first player we've tested to support Dolby Vision 4K UHD discs.
Music sounds fantastic on Samsung’s flagship soundbar, but it needs more oomph for soundtracks.
B&W’s first noise-cancelling headphones sound so good that you’ll happily to live with their quirks.
The first add-on for the Nanoleaf Aurora smart lighting system is a music visualizer.
Has Bose been dethroned? Sony's latest active noise-cancelling headphones are fantastic.
You'll get a small taste—but fall short—of full planar magnetic bliss with these headphones.
Sold as a self-linking pair, VaVa's attractive Voom 22 puts the stereo into Bluetooth wireless audio. Loud, nice-sounding, and easy to set up.
Astounding transparency, detail, clarity, and dynamics only begin to describe these cans' truly reference-quality performance.
An off-the-hook price-to-performance ratio renders this small speaker a good value.
You don't need new headphones to benefit from Qualcomm's aptX HD codec.
While it has four individually switchable outlets, the Surge works best only as a manual on/off switch.