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Strong sound and longer battery life make the 1More ComfoBuds 2 a bargain if you can live with its shortcomings.
The Marshall Motif A.N.C. does a fine job of blending hallmark sound with modern features, granted it could benefit from longer playtimes.
The $199 Jabra Elite 7 Pro isn’t the brand’s best offering, but it’s a great value at a reasonable price.
The Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro Plus has fine sound and call quality, but it’s missing many features.
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The JBL UA Project Rock Over-Ear Training Headphones are a sporty beast with monstrous performance in an indestructible shell.
The $79 1More ColorBuds 2 packages customizable sound and effective ANC into a unique design, but it falls short in some areas.
The Marshall Minor III offers better sound and aesthetics than the AirPods, but the limited feature set makes you question the MSRP.
The LG Tone Free offers several cool perks like dynamic, customized sound and a self-cleaning mode, but certain areas require polishing.
The Jabra Elite 3 undercuts the competition with versatile audio, great call quality, and select features for just $79.
The Razer Hammerhead True Wireless is a welcome upgrade with respectable ANC, THX-certified sound, and RGB lighting at a reasonable price.