The Beats Executive over-ear noise-canceling headphones represent a new direction for Dr Dre's highly successful headphone line.
The Beats by Dr. Dre Studio are headphones designed to replicate studio sound and reduce external noise so you can focus on your music.
With its small size, Bluetooth capability and big sound, the Pill is a very cool wireless speaker that allows you to enjoy music almost anywhere.
Our second headphone shootout using the Crutchfield Listening bar focused on noise-cancelling headphones. The noisy call center (where the listening bar is located) was an especially apt...
Our first headphone shootout using the Crutchfield Listening bar can be summed up as 5-4-3. Five tracks, four sets of headphones, three reviewers. Each reviewer listened to every track through...
Why are there so many makes and models of headphones? Because people make different demands on them — and because people listen to music differently. When hip-hop producer Dr. Dre teamed up...
Grouping songs by tempo makes it easy to maintain your pace. Here's an easy way to create smart playlists in iTunes for exercise.
Crutchfield A/V writer Ken takes a look at five different portable Bluetooth speakers in this video review.
Which headphones are the best? There's no one answer. Here are our recommendations for "the best" based on general usage and situations.
The cool blue glow of Clarion's CZ501 CD receiver will add a stylish touch to your car's dashboard. And you'll get iPod® controls, high- and low-pass filters, and a 3-band EQ too. Take a look at the CZ501 in action in this short demo video.
Ralph tries out the Zeppelin Air, and compares it to the original Bowers & Wlikins Zeppelin which he also reviewed. Can the addition of Apple's AirPlay wireless technology really make that much difference?
Our second headphone shootout using the Crutchfield Listening bar focused on noise-cancelling headphones.
Find out how to get better sound from the music on your computer using headphones in this short video.
Our first headphone shootout using the Crutchfield Listening bar featured a three-person panel: Dave Bar , audiophile and headphone expert; Marshall Chase , who writes about receivers and...
Now that the front door speakers were in -- and we could ably demonstrate the difference between the front aftermarket and rear factory speakers -- it was time to install the new...