More than streaming your playlist like other Bluetooth earbuds, Jabra's new sport headphones can track activity stats, monitor heart rate, and even provide a full-time virtual coach to give real-time updates on your progress.
Boasting clear, full-range sound, Yamaha's entry-level, ultra-slim soundbar might be the simplest and most convenient way to give your TV's admittedly-paltry sound the much-needed boost it's always ached for since day one.
Nine custom-tuned drivers on each side allow Noble Audio's flagship in-ear monitors to deliver an extended top-end, a rich mid-range, and a powerful low-end that should make even the most discerning audiophile take notice.
Yes, it still looks like a small alien doomsday device that will wipe out the planet, but the Gold edition of Devialet's hi-fi audiophile speaker steps things up with a whopping 4,500 watts of power and 108 decibels of volume.
It's not your usual form factor for portable Bluetooth speakers, but with five drivers blasting 360-degree sound inside a splash-proof enclosure, Libratone's latest just might be the best way to enjoy your favorite music.
Roberts Radio's flagship do-it-all modern sound system comes with an acoustically-tuned cabinet, Wi-Fi for hooking up to the internet, Spotify Connect, and more to handle all your bedroom listening needs.
The flagship of Vizio's soundbar lineup for 2016, this 45-inch soundbar system boasts 5.1 channels, Google Cast support, and an ultra-slim profile for easily integrating into your existing media setup.
Prefer your music gear with a little more luxurious feel? Check out Bowers & Wilkins' special-edition speaker, which gets the fashion-forward treatment with all-new gold accents and stylish Burberry cases.
Bose's latest flagship headphones combine their best-in-class noise-canceling tech and volume-optimized sound with wireless connectivity, so you can enjoy the same listening quality without the mess of wires.
While it plays your favorite music like any other Bluetooth speaker, Dreamave's 5-watt rig can double as a two-way radio, so you can use it to communicate with friends when you get split up in the wild.
We know many people collect records again, but do people really collect 7-inch vinyl singles? For the truly rare few that do, De Jong & Co. made this rustic-looking record case to keep them all in one place.