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[Deal Alert] Sennheiser HD1 headphones down to $200 on Amazon

We've featured deals for the active noise cancelling-equipped version of the Sennheiser HD1 headphones quite a few times, with the lowest price for those coming in at $314. But if you just don't need ANC and you prefer a wired connection to Bluetooth, the regular HD1 has been discounted to $199.95, $50 off its Amazon price and a full $150 off initial MSRP.

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5 of our favorite tech sales, discounts, and deals this week

The weekend has arrived, and that spells time to relax, unwind, and focus on really enjoying yourself. Those of you in the States may be gearing up for a big Memorial Day party, braving supermarket crowds to stock up on hot dogs, hamburgers, and all the requisite cookout staples. To help offset some of those expenses we thought we'd bring you a roundup of some of our favorite tech deals over the past week.

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[Deal Alert] Sennheiser HD1 Bluetooth headphones with active noise cancellation falls to $314 ($186 off MSRP) on Amazon

Sennheiser's a well-established name in the audio industry, and it should come as no surprise that its active noise cancellation-equipped HD1 Bluetooth headphones, at a $500 MSRP, are very good. We saw the HD1s fall to $399 back in September of last year, then to $350 last December. But Amazon's current price of $314.04 is the lowest we've seen in some time, and the HD1s might be worth your consideration.

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[Deal Alert] Sennheiser HD1 wireless headphones with active noise cancellation down to $350 ($150 off) on Amazon and Best Buy

The writing on the wall is larger than ever before for headphone jacks in smartphones, so it's no surprise that web searches for "bluetooth headphones" have hit an all-time high this holiday season. Sure, you could tentatively dip your toe in the water and save yourself some cash by trying out a pair of cheaper Bluetooth earbuds. But if you're feeling in the mood to be generous to yourself or a loved one, maybe it's time to spring for a pair of premium over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones — a pair like the Sennheiser HD1, which retails for $499.95 but is currently being sold for $349.95 on Amazon, the lowest they've gone for there.

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[Deal Alert] Get a pair of Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT wireless headphones for $99.99 ($50 off)

It's Thanksgiving in the U.S., but that means Christmas is right around the corner. While you're traveling, wouldn't it be nice to have some over-ear headphones to drown out the sounds of the road trip or flight? You can pick up a pair of the Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT wireless headphones for $99.99 ($99.95 at Amazon), a nice $50 off.

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[Update: Best Buy too] Deal Alert: Sennheiser HD1 wireless headphones with active noise cancellation down to $399 ($100.95 off) on Amazon

Like it or not, Bluetooth headphones are becoming more and more popular these days. Whether we're talking about over-ear headphones like the Bose QuietComfort 35 or more compact solutions like the Bragi Dash, it's hard to deny that they're becoming increasingly popular. On the upper end of the wireless headphones market sits the Sennheiser HD1, which at its $499.95 MSRP, is one of the most expensive Bluetooth headphones you'll find for sale. Its current Amazon price of $399 makes owning the HD1s a little more realistic.

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[Deal Alert] Best Buy has Sennheiser's HD558 headphones on sale for just $70 ($80 off) today only

If you're still rocking a phone with a dedicated headphone jack (you antiquated philistine, you) or just using an adapter, Best Buy has a great deal on a solid pair of audiophile-grade headphones. The retailer is offering the Sennheiser HD558, a common midrange pick for stereo hi-fi fans, for just $69.99. That's eighty bucks off Best Buy's retail price, which is actually below some of its competitors' street prices already. This is a Daily Deal, so it's good for today (March 20th) only.

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Latest Video Shows Phonebloks Wants To Stick Modules In More Than Just Phones, Puts Out Call For More Partners

As we've said before, Phonebloks' concept of a modular phone built using swappable, easily upgradeable parts is as awesome as it is unlikely. Yet that doesn't mean we can't sit here, watch the company's videos, and dream. We have our eyes on Project Ara, Google's take on the idea, and we can't wait to see what comes of it. But apparently Phonebloks already sees this as small potatoes. The company doesn't want just a world of modular phones. It wants to see all of our Internet-connected devices utilizing such hardware.

Phonebloks1The idea is that you could take a storage module out of your smart TV and stick it into a laptop, washing machine, or fridge in need of additional space.

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