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Wyze's $50 ANC over-ear headphones are available for pre-order

Wyze's $50 ANC over-ear headphones are available for pre-order

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.

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Tribit FlyBuds NC review: Is ANC in $60 true-wireless buds too good to be true?

Tribit FlyBuds NC review: Is ANC in $60 true-wireless buds too good to be true?

In the span of a couple of years, true wireless earbuds have transitioned from being a luxury purchase to a commoditized, affordable product. Even within the category, features like USB-C or Bluetooth 5.0 that were once only found on expensive models have made their way to cheap sub-$50 buds. Now, active noise cancellation is going down the price echelon and the Tribit FlyBuds NC are a perfect example. $60 for a pair of TWS buds with a good sound seems too good to be true, but in reality, the FlyBuds manage to deliver on their promise without much compromise.

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These noise-canceling headphones from Anker are just $36 on Newegg ($29 off)

These noise-canceling headphones from Anker are just $36 on Newegg ($29 off)

Noise-cancelling technology has become more accessible over the past few years thanks to decent budget options like Tribit's QuietPlus 72. Anker makes solid headphones as well, and the company's latest sale is tough to beat. From now until tomorrow, you can pick up a pair of Anker Life 2 headphones with active noise-cancellation from Newegg for just $35.99 — a 45% discount.

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Jabra unveils Elite 85t true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation

Jabra unveils Elite 85t true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation

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.

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Snag Sony's new WH-1000XM4 headphones for $245 with purchase of two accessories

Snag Sony's new WH-1000XM4 headphones for $245 with purchase of two accessories

Whether you're at home or on the go, having a pair of noise-cancelling headphones makes it easier to block out distractions while focusing on the sounds you choose. Sony's new WH-1000XM4 include top-of-the-line ANC, multi-device pairing, and all-day battery life. The headphones normally retail for $349.99, but you can get them for 30% right now from Verizon — as long as you're willing to buy two other accessories, too.

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Grab Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live for just $140 ($30 off) while supplies last

Grab Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live for just $140 ($30 off) while supplies last

Wireless earbuds might not be a dime a dozen, but there are many, many options in the marketplace right now for your perusal. Perhaps you like putting some kidneys into your ear canals? Samsung has you covered with the Galaxy Buds Live and so has eBay with a great deal right now.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 review: You just can't do better

Sony WH-1000XM4 review: You just can't do better

Sony has been making noise-canceling headphones for years, and it's gotten pretty good at it. We had very few complaints about Sony's WH-1000XM3 headphones, so there wasn't much to fix in the latest iteration. Still, Sony listened to customer feedback and made several notable improvements in the new WH-1000XM4. They still sound phenomenal, but Sony added wear detection, some new Bluetooth tricks, and made the noise cancelation even more effective. At the same time, the XM4s look almost identical to the last-gen headphones. They don't look ugly or cheap, but the design isn't as striking as I'd expect from the best noise-canceling headphones on the market.

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Today only: Sony's WH-1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones are just $248 ($100 off)

Today only: Sony's WH-1000XM3 noise-cancelling headphones are just $248 ($100 off)

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.

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Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones review: Cancelling noise and high price tags

Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones review: Cancelling noise and high price tags

Wireless headphones have been around for years, but they've taken on increased importance now that phone manufacturers are leaving out the 3.5mm jack. Companies like Sony and Bose have been cranking out great options, but most of those products cost $200 or $300. That money can get you a lot of premium features like active noise cancellation and high fidelity sound — but do you need to spend that much? The Tribit QuietPlus 72 headphones cost just $70 and offer some premium features like ANC and multi-device pairing. However, the construction is lower quality, there are no customization options, and the ANC is merely okay — they don't excel in any one area.

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Leaked Sony WH-1000XM4 promo video shows the upcoming noise cancelling headphones in action

Leaked Sony WH-1000XM4 promo video shows the upcoming noise cancelling headphones in action

A promo video for Sony's upcoming WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones has leaked, confirming most of the various details we already knew about the awaited XM3 successor, while showing off that near-identical design in action.

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