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Plantronics BackBeat Go 410 Review & Rating

[ad_1] Plantronics has a reputation for making practical, ergonomic, and good-looking products, and the company’s latest Bluetooth earphones, the BackBeat Go 410, delivers on all those fronts. At $129.99, they offer wireless audio and ANC (active noise cancellation) combined with a host of thoughtful extra features—from a Smart Magnet that …

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RHA TrueConnect Review & Rating

[ad_1] Glasgow-based RHA’s knack for sleek designs and solid audio performance has helped the company make a name for itself since its debut in 2011. The company’s first true wireless earphones, the $169.95 TrueConnect, is a new standout product in a category that sorely needed it. The cool simplicity of …

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Report: All-New AirPods Design Expected in 2020

[ad_1] A minor upgrade to allow for wireless charging, Bluetooth 5.0, and a new W-series chip is expected in the first quarter of 2019, but after that AirPods are thought to be getting an all-new-design for 2020 and predicted massive sales growth. Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has some new …

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Mee Audio KidJamz Review & Rating

[ad_1] At $19.99, the Mee Audio KidJamz are the least expensive kids’ headphones we’ve tested to date. They make some concessions to hit this price, primarily a lightweight plastic design that frankly looks a bit cheap. But from an audio quality perspective, they sound surprisingly good for the price. In …

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JBL JR300BT Review & Rating

[ad_1] JBL has long excelled in the headphone and speaker markets, so it’s no surprise that the company’s take on kids’ headphones, the $49.95 JR300BT, are also winners. The world of kid-friendly headphones is far from perfect, but JBL’s offer some of the best sound we’ve heard in testing without …

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Puro Sound Labs BT2200 Review & Rating

[ad_1] Most of the kids’ headphones we review look like, well, headphones made for kids, with child-friendly colors and patterns. If that’s not your child’s style, consider the Puro Sound Labs BT2200 headphones, which have a much more mature look…along with a hefty $99.99 price. They offer strong bass depth, …

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Onanoff BuddyPhones Wave Review & Rating

[ad_1] The BuddyPhones Wave from Onanoff have more to offer than your typical pair of kids’ headphones. Designed for ages three and up, the BuddyPhones are waterproof, get 24 hours of battery life, and have four volume modes that limit audio to different levels depending on the scenario. In all, …

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The Best Tech Gifts for Music Lovers

[ad_1] Audophiles can be difficult to shop for, but these gift ideas are sure to satisfy the music lovers or musicians in your life this holiday season. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Are you shopping for …

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JLab JBuddies Studio Bluetooth Review & Rating

[ad_1] The JLab JBuddies Studio kids’ headphones, designed for children ages six and up, have one clear advantage over some competing models: Their $30 price. Thankfully, they still manage to deliver decent, clean wireless audio—just don’t expect powerful bass response or anything in the way of extra features. So while …

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Etymotic ER3 SE Review & Rating

[ad_1] The Etymotic ER3 SE earphones are the companion pair to Etymotic’s excellent, Editors’ Choice-winning ER3 XR. Both are priced at $179, and both offer flat response that borders on clinical—the audio is crisp, bright, and clear, and the bass depth isn’t pushed forward as it so often is in …

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