Articles & Videos: Headphones & Wireless Audio

When I received a pair of Sennheiser HD 800 headphones to try out, I knew right from the outset this would be a different kind of listening experience. How many other headphones come packaged...

DAC buying guide
by Dave Bar

Learn how to find the best outboard digital-to-analog converter for your home or portable audio applications.

Home speakers glossary
by Loren Barstow

Learn about the features and technical specifications you'll find in today's speakers.

Ralph Graves tries out the Bose SoundDock powered speaker system designed for the iPod, and finds it as simple to operate as the player itself.

Apple Airplay® is a feature of Apple’s iTunes® program (version 10 or later). It’s a way to wirelessly stream content from an Apple portable (iPhone®, iPod...

Can a company known for their high-end speakers shrink down all their technology and cram it into a set of earbuds? Our resident audiophile tries out the Bowers & Wilkins C5's to find out.

Harman Kardon's 2013 headphone line is perfect for anyone who wants great sound on the go. They've got in-ear, on-ear, and around-the-ear models to suit your needs, and all models come with a useful in-line remote for when you're using it with your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. Plus they feature classic styling and the sound you'd expect from Harman Kardon.

These handsome Bowers & Wilkins headphones will catch eyes. Will their sound attract ears as well? Crutchfield Home A/V writer David took a listen to find out.

When it comes to headphones, sound quality and comfort are key - but Bang & Olufsen realize that style matters, too. Their BeoPlay H8 Bluetooth noise-canceling headphones give you a stylish, comfortable set of 'phones that'll block out ambient noise, sound great...and look fantastic, too.

AudioQuest is well known for making high-quality audio cables. Will they be known for making great headphones, too? Our writer took a listen to find out.

Having trouble hearing dialogue when you watch TV? Want big movie sound without disturbing others? A pair of wireless TV headphones might the solution you need.