The Bose® QuietComfort® 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones are ultra-portable thanks to their compact in-ear design, and they minimize outside noise so you can focus on your music.
A review of the Bose QuietComfort® 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® in-ear headphones. Do they meet the high standard set by the full-size QuietComfort® 15 headphones?
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Crutchfield advisor CJ tried out the PowerBeats sport headphones at the gym and tells how they did during his workout.
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Denon's Music Maniac in-ear headphones are small yet robust, built to blow away expectations for listeners used to punchless stock earbuds. The Music Maniacs use dual balanced armature drivers to generate stunning clarity across the musical spectrum, from deep bass to smooth mids and shimmering highs.
Sennheiser's IE 60 and IE 80 in-ear headphones give you great sound and a comfortable fit.
Tara W. checks out Polk's booth at CES, where athletes give the Polk Audio UltraFit 500 and 1000 sports headphones a real workout.
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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.
Dave, a Crutchfield audio enthusiast, tests whether or not upgrading your earbuds and adding a NuForce iDo DAC makes your low-res music on your iPod sound better.
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.