Ted Kritsonis loves taking photos when the opportunity arises, be it on a camera or smartphone. Beyond sports and world history, you can find him tinkering with gadgets or enjoying a cigar. Often times, that will be with a pair of headphones or earbuds playing tunes. When he's not testing something, he's working on the next episode of his podcast, Tednologic.
Who says everything has to be in stereo? Spatial audio is slowly but surely venturing into earbuds. That could mean one of the pairs in this list was made to get you into it.
Jabra brings its ability to make good earbuds into budget territory with the Elite 3, as it tries staking a claim to stand out in a crowded field.
With the Outlier Air V3, Creative makes a credible claim to be among the best in the business when it comes to budget wireless earbuds.
These two pairs of wireless earbuds share some things in common, but differ in other features. So we put them together to how much of a gap there is between them.
Jabra claims its latest earbuds, the Elite 7 Pro, were built to deliver the clearest phone calls available using multiple onboard elements in what it is calling MultiSensor Voice.
Samsung put everything it could in the Galaxy Buds Pro, making them among the best wireless earbuds available, but does that make the Galaxy Buds 2 a better deal?
Now that the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 are out, is it worth moving past their predecessors in the Galaxy Buds+?
Not feeling the AirPods Max from Apple? You've got options (and they're good ones) so take a gander at these picks that stand above the rest.
This is the kind of battle where you win either way, but there may be enough to put one over the top in pitting the Sony WF-1000XM4 against the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro.
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