JLab has always looked at the active crowd as one of its target markets, and the Epic Air Sport ANC are clearly geared in that direction. You will get some good sound, plus a fair bit of durability to go on, except you do have to accept some compromises.
It's not easy to find a pair of sub-$20 earbuds that sound good and have a microphone, especially as the world transitions to Bluetooth for everything. However, there are still some great earbuds out there that won't break the bank and sound great. Here are our top choices!
Marshall's first entry to the true wireless earbud space is a pair of great-sounding earbuds that perfectly exemplify the company's affinity for loud rock and roll. Save for a few omissions like active noise cancellation, the Mode IIs provide some welcome competition to alternatives from Samsung, Jabra, and Apple.
Tribit makes a point of ensuring that longevity takes precedence over everything else with the Flybuds C1, and that does go well with the solid audio quality. You sacrifice a couple of things to get that combination, but there's plenty to like despite that.
Having a digital assistant while on the go can be really helpful, especially in those moments when your phone might not be easy to grab. One way to simplify that is to access it with some compatible headphones.
Your ears come first with the Ultimate Ears Fits, which literally mold themselves to your ears after you first put them on, setting the stage for the kind of customized comfort you're not likely to find anywhere else. You just have to give up a few things to get it.
Cowin gives its Apex Elite Aukey true wireless earbuds a set of features and performance that make the price tag look all the more enticing for what you get. They don't have everything, mind you, but they do sound better than you might think.
Whether you have sensitive ears or you're just trying to prolong your hearing, limiting the amount of noise that's pumped into your ears is a smart thing to do. Using a pair of volume-limiting headphones can be a great way to ensure that you don't expose your eardrums to excessive noise. Here are the best around for adults and kids.
The headphone jack may be gone from your phone, but it doesn't mean you'll have to spend hundreds of dollars to get a pair of wireless headphones. If you're on the hunt, save more than a few pennies with any choice listed in this group of budget models.
Aukey returns with another pair of true wireless earbuds in the EP-N7 that continue the company's penchant for offering compelling sound at an affordable price. Are they better than their predecessors?
The promise of aptX Low Latency is that you never miss a word or sound when its time comes for you to hear it. Not all Bluetooth headphones have it, but for the ones that do, they are your best bet at ensuring you hear everything you're supposed to without lag or delay.