Some headphones are designed for audiophiles, while others are meant for the average music enthusiast. The Jabra Move Wireless Headphones are clearly made for the latter, but how well do they measure up to this task? Let’s take a look in this Jabra Move Wireless review at their features and functionality and see if they’re worth their admittedly-low asking price.
Wired-only headphones are rapidly starting to vanish from the market. But the M50Xs stand against the tide of change, making their mark without transitioning over to Bluetooth connectivity. In this Audio-Technica ATH-M50X Review, we’ll examine whether or not they can measure up to more modern competition.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones are a staple of noise-canceling headphones and for good reason. While there are more modern headphones available for purchase that might have a few extra bells and whistles, virtually all other noise-canceling headphones are compared against these classic earcups and for good reason.
Anker is perhaps best known for its chargers, power banks, and cables, but with the release of their SoundCore Bluetooth speaker range, they’ve taken the portable Bluetooth speaker market by storm.
The Anker SoundCore 2 is a budget Bluetooth speaker that gives you as much bang for your buck as possible. Rivaling much more expensive small Bluetooth speakers in sound quality, battery life, and features, the Anker SoundCore 2 impresses on a number of fronts.
The JBL Flip 4 is firmly in the ‘small speaker’ category, which comes with its own sets of pros of cons. It fits easily into your hand, has phenomenal battery life, and weighs just 1.13 pounds (515 grams), but we can’t expect it to compete with a larger Bluetooth speaker when it comes to filling a large room with sound. Of course, those larger speakers typically command a price nearly double the Flip 4’s competitive price, so there’s no doubt the Flip 4 fits many people’s needs perfectly.