Cleer’s wireless noise-cancelling headphones are certainly Sony-esque visually, but can they challenge the class leaders sonically?
Devialet’s debut noise-cancelling earbuds look devilishly different, but can their intriguing tech out-perform the proven class leaders at this level?
Do the eye-catchingly affordable and well-specified Air Pro 2 wireless earbuds live up to their promise?
If such a thing as retro exists in true wireless earbuds, the Shure Aonic Free occupy that space – and that’s no bad thing.
Shure knows how to make a pair of good in-ear headphones and the excellent Aonic 5 are proof of that.
There's plenty of competition at for true wireless earbuds at this price – can JBL bring something new?