If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that every single person needs a pair of noise-cancelling headphones. Whether you want to drown out the noise of the busy street you live on while you meditate or just want to avoid making small talk with your chatty roommate, a quality pair is the gift that keeps on giving.
Right now, Amazon’s best-selling noise-cancelling headphones are $ 70 off. Sony’s Noise-Cancelling Overhead Headphones ($ 278, Amazon) sit comfortably on your head for a seamless feel and come in three chic colors, from classic black to chic navy blue and minimalist white.
If quality sound to listen to your new favorite album is what you’re looking for, Sony famously makes excellent, high-quality electronics ranging from speakers to television screens. So it’s not too surprising that over 11,000 happy customers gave these headphones five stars for being phenomenal. Decked out with Dual Noise Sensor technology, the WH-1000XM4 pair tunes out all the background noise so you can focus on your favorite podcast, playlist, or audio book.
The touch sensor controls effortlessly allow you to pause, play, or skip tracks with ease, making these perfect for listening to music while you’re at work without interrupting your flow. There’s also a built-in microphone for seamless transition to take phone calls mid-jam session.
What reviewers especially love is that the headphones are compatible with Alexa Voice Control, so it doubles as your virtual assistant. Plus, between the 30-hour battery life and comfortable construction, these headphones will become your favorite travel partner for long road trips and flights alike.
While these normally costs $ 350, Amazon’s currently shaving $ 72 off the price. That’s the cheapest this pair has ever been. (Trust me, that’s a big deal.) So, if you want pick up some great headphones for less—for yourself or your favorite college student in dire need of flushing out dorm noise—this deal is totally worth adding to your cart.
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