The Bowers & Wilkins P7, the company's first over-ear headphones, look and sound like a million bucks.
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Supreme comfort and stellar anti-noise make the Bose QuietComfort 20i the noise-canceling buds to beat.
Sony's MDR-10RNC headphones are comfy and cancel ambient noise well, but they don't sound quite as good as they should for the price.
Although it lacks a speakerphone, the Bose SoundLink Mini is by far the best-sounding compact Bluetooth speaker.
Seriously thumping bass, iconic design, and active noise cancellation make the Beats Studio a very good choice for folks who favor louder, bass-driven music like hip-hop and rock.
The Logitech UE 6000 is a very satisfying-sounding set of headphones, with lively audio and adequate noise cancellation for an affordable price.
The BRV-1 is a water-resistant Bluetooth speaker that will please outdoorsy types, offering long battery life and the ability to charge your smartphone.
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The Jawbone Big Jambox's loud sound, speakerphone capability, long battery life and app selection make it a very good choice.
Featuring active noise cancellation, the stylish Soul by Ludacris SL300 headphones look, feel and sound great.
The Street by 50 headphones feel great, but the sound quality is too inconsistent.
The Beats Pro by Dr. Dre are sturdy and cool-looking, but for that much money we wish they were more comfortable.