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You’re going to need this accessory if you want to play your Nintendo Switch with wireless headphones
Do you wish you could play your Nintendo Switch at night without disturbing others? Now you can.
In the age of smartphones without headphone jacks, Nintendo’s new Switch Lite doesn’t let you use wireless headphones
It's conspicuous in 2019 that any handheld gadget like the Nintendo Switch Lite doesn't come with Bluetooth headphone support.
Powerbeats Pro, the $250 wireless headphones from Beats, launched in May. They're the best workout headphones you can buy, and perfect for the summer.
Bose released a brand-new pair of $400 noise-cancelling headphones — here’s how they compare to the trusty and iconic QC 35s
The new Bose 700 noise-cancelling headphones come with a few upgrades over the trusty QC 35 headphones, and they don't cost that much more, either.
For a limited time, Best Buy is offering great discounts on JBL headphones and speakers. These are the best deals to check out.
I tried Bose’s new $400 noise-cancelling headphones — and they have the potential to become the new gold standard
Bose's new Noise Cancelling Headphone 700 models are coming out on June 30 for $400, but you can pre-order them now.
Bose is releasing new $400 wireless headphones with better noise-cancelling and — finally — a new design
The new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphone 700 have better noise-cancelling than the tried-and-true QC series, and they finally come with a new design.
I’ve been switching between the Powerbeats Pro and Apple’s new AirPods for weeks, and these are the most important differences between the...
The wireless Powerbeats Pro are a lot like Apple's AirPods 2, but there are differences in terms of sound quality and design.
Powerbeats Pro, the first truly wireless headphones from Apple-owned Beats, seem like they were made especially for gym-goers.
These $400 headphones have the strangest design I’ve ever seen — but they’re still my go-to pair, even after a year of using them
Nura's Nuraphone headphones sound phenomenal, since they can tune themselves to the way you hear sound.