The M6 might just pack the most bang-for-buck value of all the dedicated portable players out there since it gives you access to streaming services and numerous other features for just $150.
The FA7 is a well-built IEM which seems to hit that perfect middle-ground between a consumer signature, and that of an audiophile one.
If you don’t need a standalone music player, or a touch-screen, or WiFi connectivity, or access to streaming apps…then the BTR3 is a worthy affordable Bluetooth adapter for your on-the-go music needs.
The $400 price-tag is still reasonable enough to consider the Mobius as a good value proposition for gaming, especially for games of the future.
Overall, the Momentum True Wireless is a decent product if you’re looking for a well-designed and comfortable set of earbuds that offer a warmer signature.
The signature of the M50xBT is not as refined as a full-on high-end set of headphones, but it’s still vastly superior to that of a mass-marketed one.
Yes, it’s lacking in smart features, but if that is what you’re looking for, then few if any other devices would make as much sense as the Watch GT.
The xCAN allows you to embrace this new anti-headphone-jack movement, whilst still providing you with enough power to drive your favourite headphones.
Consider that $2400 price tag of the HD820 as a genuine investment into many years of audio enjoyment, rather than less money in your bank account,
If you are in the market for a new mid-range mobile device and your budget is at around the $400 mark, then the Nokia 8.1 seems like a perfectly viable option.