Jabra unveiled its most advanced ANC true wireless buds back in September. Their compact design and advanced noise cancellation features make them one of the best buds in their category. Sadly, they don't come cheap, costing a whopping $230. Thankfully, they're currently $50 off, helping them be just a bit less expesive.
At the end of September, Jabra announced a new pair of ANC true wireless buds, which feature the company's latest tech and innovation. In fact, they're one of the most appealing products on the market in their category, thanks to their compact design and advanced noise cancellation, but also one of the priciest, costing a whopping $230. Thankfully, they're currently $30 off, helping them be a bit more affordable for Christmas.
Aukey is known for manufacturing reliable yet affordable accessories. Their EP-N5 buds offer a bunch of features, including active noise cancellation, and traditionally sell for $60. However, you can get them for much cheaper today, thanks to a discount on Amazon combined with a promo code, bringing them down to $36.
Sony's WF-1000XM3 are considered a market leader when it comes to true wireless noise-canceling earbuds. Sadly, their MSRP is relatively high, but you can now save $72 on them and pay just $158 thanks to this deal, which is the lowest they've sold for so far.
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These days, there is a plethora of wireless earbuds on the market, but EarFun has developed a reputation for building enticing audio gear at affordable prices. The same is true for its latest buds, the EarFun Air Pro. They're among the first sub-$100 wireless earbuds that feature hybrid ANC thanks to EarFun's innovative QuietSmart technology, which helps reduce ambient noise by up to 38dB. EarFun has teamed up with us to give away seven units to seven lucky Android Police readers.
Since Apple released the AirPods, true wireless earbuds have been the trend. The company later continued to innovate, with the introduction of the AirPods Pro, which feature active noise cancelation, a functionality that was quite rare on small buds back then. Sony came to the party in July 2019, with its WF-1000XM3, which have remained the AirPod Pro's only serious competitor for a while. However, many brands have unveiled true wireless buds with ANC lately, including Sennheiser,Audio-Technica, Panasonic, and Jabra. Yamaha is finally joining the game with the announcement of its own range.
Last week, smart home specialist Wyze announced its first foray into the over-the-ear noise-canceling headphones market alongside some other novelties like a $30 video doorbell and a smart thermostat. Back then, the price was still up for debate for the headphones, but that's changing today as the company is opening pre-orders. The Wyze Headphones will only cost $50, which could make them the absolute bang-for-buck champion. They're less than the budget Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones we liked in our review.
Just a couple of months back, Sony was leading the market when it came to true wireless earbuds with the WF-1000XM3. Since then, the competition has become fierce, especially with the release of high-end products like the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2, the Audio-Technica ATH-ANC300TW, or even a range of devices from Panasonic. Jabra, one of the first companies to launch high-end true wireless buds, is now introducing its own ANC offering to the market. The brand is also upgrading its existing Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t models with ANC technology through a free OTA software update.
Sony just unveiled a new pair of wireless ANC headphones, the WH-1000XM4, which you can pre-order for about $350. However, the previous generation remains more than functional and is now about $100 off, at just $248 on Amazon.
The unpronounceable Sony WH-1000XM3 active-noise canceling headphones may be getting a little long in the tooth with a successor landing soon, but that doesn't make one of the best Bluetooth headphones any worse — they're still a great choice. If you've been eyeing these to escape the noise surrounding you while you work from home, today might be your chance to grab them for cheap. They're available as Woot's deal of the day for just $220, which is the lowest we've ever seen (ignoring refurbs, that is).