The Carcharias is Razer's latest gaming headset and it touts itself as the complete communications package for discerning gamers.
Audio Technica's QuietPoint ATH-ANC7 is the latest traveler's noise-cancelling headphone on the block, and we test it out to see if it's really as good as its name suggests.
Instead of the usual Bluetooth connection, Sennheiser went the Kleer technology route with its CES 2008 debutant, the MX W1 wireless stereo earphones.
Better bass than most and at a price that isn't too exorbitant for its class of audio fidelity. That's what you'll get from the Audio Technica ATH-CK10 headphones.
Not getting a response from a friend who's jacked into a pair of Sony's MDR-NC500D noise cancelling headphones? Read on to find out why.
After a successful run with its X-Fi audio cards, Creative introduces audio fidelity with X-Fi circuitry on its latest Aurvana X-Fi Noise Canceling Headphones.
The Shure SE110 sound isolating earphones lives up to Shure's reputation for delivering great audio quality, and even comes at an affordable price.
True-to-life audio clarity is the tune that Razer is singing for its newest Piranha headset. Will the gaming community bite?
Hit or miss? Read on as we explore the new Jabra GN9350 that combines wireless telephony and VoIP into one neat package.
With the technology from Etymotic Research, the harman/kardon EP710 gives users superb audio quality and noise isolation in inconspicuous package.