Bluetooth headsets should provide good call and sound quality, but they should also be durable enough to withstand accidental drops. We tested the shock, dust, and water-resistant Jabra Steel headset for 40 hours to see how it performs.
With an ultra-flat, ultra-wide frequency response and plenty of headroom without harmonic distortion, the Sennheiser HD 600 are headphones aimed squarely at audiophiles and professional music producers. In our testing, they easily justified their fairly high price tag.
A sleek design, long battery life, and adjustable volume controls make the Jabra Talk 25 a great Bluetooth headset. Over 25 testing hours showed that the design values both battery life and audio quality.
We tested the Logitech Z906 to see how it stacks up against other surround sound systems, and found it performed great for such a compact speaker setup. It’s an incredible value for filling smaller rooms with sound.
I tested the Monoprice HT-35 for over a month on movies, TV, music, and video games. While it may not be the best fit for devout audiophiles, it’s an excellent sound system for casual users or home theater fans on a budget.
If you want a loud little party machine that won’t break on you and, most importantly, won’t break the bank, then the Soundcore 2 could be the Bluetooth speaker for you. Its sound impressed us during days of testing.
The Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay A1 offers top-notch sound and a beautifully high-brow design, but dated Bluetooth tech and lackluster battery life hold it back from greatness. I tested it for a week’s worth of listening.
The sound, battery life, and build quality of the JBL Pulse 3 won’t blow your socks off, but they won’t disappoint either. The ridiculously customizable light show was the life of the party during my 30 hours of testing.