Audiofly's latest take on the wireless in-ear monitor style of earphones is the AF100W Mark 2. Are they worthy of your ears, or can you do better?
As the 3.5mm jack says disappears, it might be time to give wireless a go, and Australia's Audiofly is offering temptation in the form of wireless starting from $60.
We're not actually sure how, but Sony has apparently found a way to make its WH-1000XM2 headphones even better with a 1000X Mark 3.
Noise cancellation headphones invariably arrive as high-priced big ear-covering cans, but the latest pair from JBL aims to lighten the load and wallet.
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Every headphone has a distinct personality, but few are focused on your hearing's health. However two Australians are looking to change that.
If your musical tastes a touch more eclectic than you'd normally care to admit, a new $150 pair of wireless headphones may be just for you, with a button to let you shift between styles.