B&O's new over-the-ear flagship comes with active noise canceling, swappable batteries, and gesture controls right on the earcup, with premium construction all throughout ensuring a comfortable listening experience.
Definitive Tech's newest compact speakers blast sound in three different directions, turning any small- and medium-sized room around the house into a high-performance sound haven even audiophiles can appreciate.
Less sporty than your usual pair of in-ears, Aedle's newest headphones combine a machined aluminum shell and Italian calf leather to bring a decidedly more refined aesthetic that wears better with non-athletic outfits.
Able to oversample your music 16 times before feeding it to the Bill Burr DAC and the 80-watt amplifiers, Naim's reference-quality all-in-one player just might be only music source you'll want to have at home.
Billed as their most luxurious headphones to date, Bowers & Wilkins' new over-ear cans deliver a precise sound experience that mimics listening to hi-fi speakers in a rich aluminum and leather package.
Engineered from cast aluminum with a sandblasted titanium finish and black contrast detailing, these travel headphones combine Porche Design's styling with KEF's active noise-cancelling and high-fidelity sound.
A limited edition alternative to the humdrum black and white colors they offer (as in, hurry up because they only made 300), Marshall's oxblood-finished speakers look positively precious and absolutely timeless.
Setting sights directly at Sonos, Vizio's new line of home speakers boast Google Cast streaming and multi-room pairing over Wi-Fi, all while sporting sleek designs with a satin aluminum finish for looking good in any space.
Designed for folks with more modest needs than your sound-obsessed audiophile (which is, basically, most people), these Seinnheisers strike the perfect balance of sound quality, premium styling, and affordable price.
Bowers & Wilkins finally brings their flagship travel headphones to the modern age, fitting the much-acclaimed P7 with Bluetooth for wireless streaming, all while retaining its sub-$500 pricing to keep things accessible.
Designed for showing off as much as playing your favorite tunes, B&O's aesthetically-pleasing yet unconventionally-styled wireless speaker can make itself at home in any part of a room, whether on a table, in a shelf, or on the floor.
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.