For audiophiles and casual listeners alike, Audio Technica's M-series is an institution of sorts. The product line has proven durable, comfortable, and top tier in audio quality all at price points that shouldn't scare off someone willing to put a small investment into their listening experience. If even those prices were still a little steep for you, today there's no excuse. Amazon is offering three models at all-time low prices, according to CamelCamelCamel's price tracking history. Read More
If you're looking for a pair of Bluetooth headphones that are designed specifically for working out and other active pursuits, you couldn't do much better than the BlueBuds X from JayBird. The company has released a second generation of the headphones, but the originals are still quite good, and they're available with respectable discounts. Right now Amazon has them for as low as $89.99, at least if you buy from the right vendor, Amazon's listing (close to the top) on this page. That's the lowest price for the headphones that we've seen yet.
There's a bit of a catch: that particular vendor, which is selling the white version of the Gen 1 BlueBuds X, is out of stock right now. Read More
The V-MODA Crossfade M-80 is an exceptionally well built set of noise isolating cans with superb sound and distinctive styling. We loved them here at Android Police when we reviewed them after they launched back in 2012 and that adoration has only grown as the price has decreased over the past of couple years.
Today you can grab a pair of these sweet headphones for just $80 at Amazon or BestBuy, about half of what they normally sell for. That matches the best price we have ever seen on the M-80 and is a killer deal. If you need some new headphones (or just really want some) you shouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger.
You have your pick of two different color variations, black/red or silver/white. Read More
Are you still using the crappy set of earbuds that came with your phone, the cheap set you bought in a pinch at Target, or the ones you've had for like eight years? If so, it's time for an upgrade. And if you're going to do it, you might as well do it right - it's time to move to a killer set of over-the-ear headphones, like the Legacy from A-Audio.
It just so happens that we have two pairs to give away. Good timing, right? Yep, just for you. <3
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Music fans and guitar players have been raving about Marshall amplifiers for decades, but the British company only recently entered the broader consumer electronics market with a line of stylized headphones and Bluetooth speakers. It looks like they've got higher ambitions: Marshall just announced its first smartphone, the London, set to release in Sweden (at least) in August. The price will be 4995 Krona, a bit under $600, and at the moment there's no word on a wider release. I'd be amazed if a more expansive rollout for Europe wasn't in the cards - Marshall's website already lists Three, TeliaSonera, and Tele2 as carrier partners. Read More
When you're carrying around your entire music collection in your pocket, or streaming it from some server, it can be disheartening to plug in a pair of cheap earbuds. They just don't do the experience justice. Well, if you're not afraid to be that person who rocks over-the-ear headphones everywhere, now is a good time to get something that will make those songs sound they way you wish they did. You can currently get a pair of Audio Technica ATH-OX7AMP SonicFuel headphones for $70 on eBay.
For comparison's sake, these units are selling for $125 on Amazon. They originally cost over twice that much. Read More
V-MODA's Crossfade LP metal headphones are again discounted over on Amazon. While usually priced at $200, today you can get them for just $70. That's nearly a third of the price.
The Crossfade LP headphones are made of metal and likely durable enough to withstand headbanging against a wall. They're noise cancelling, which lets you tune out the nearby sane person asking you to stop. You have five color options to choose from, including white, red, black, and the same colors combined in a couple other ways.
The last time we saw Crossfade drop to this price, they sold out, and that was well over a year ago. Read More
A few years have passed since we reviewed the V-MODA Crossfade M-80 headphones, so we understand if you're not familiar with the verdict. Tl;dr, they're good. These things were a compelling buy at over $200, and now you can get them for a more tantalizing price of $80 from Amazon and Best Buy.
We last saw the headphones crop up at this price just before Christmas, but it was a one-day Amazon sale. This time you can pick the goods up from more than one place. Amazon's there if you want fast shipping. Best Buy lets you pick up the headphones in-store and use PayPal if you're into that sort of thing. Read More
Sol Republic has quickly carved out a place in the consumer audio market since their founding in 2011, so it was just a matter of time before they would offer a set of Bluetooth in-ear headphones. Shadow is their initial take on the category and I’ve been testing it out for the better part of two weeks. My overall take is that Shadow is exactly what I expected from Sol Republic: good looking, well built, solid albeit consumer-oriented audio, and fairly priced.
Before we get into the nitty gritty details, here’s a breakdown of what’s ahead.
Looking for some high-end headphones? Then you need to head on over to Amazon post-haste. Some of Sony's best around-the-ear noise-cancelling cans, charmingly named the MDR1RNC and MDR10RNC, are on sale for 50% off or better. But this is a Daily Deal for the United States, so you've only got until midnight Central time to get an order in. That's 1 AM for you in the Eastern time zone and 10 PM for those of you on Pacific time.
The MDR1RNC is the more premium option, normally going for a whopping $500, but now discounted to $237.99. These active noise-cancelling cans claim to block up to 99% of ambient noise when powered thanks to the "full-auto AINC auto noise canceling function with Dual Noise Sensor technology." The set includes massive 50mm drivers with frequency response from 5-24Hz. Read More