Sony's WH-1000XM4 headphones are, if you believe their many fans, among the very best noise-canceling headphones on the market today. Like the XM3s before them, the XM4s are frequently on sale for well under their $350 MSRP, but they're still usually in the $300 neighborhood or higher. Right now, though, you can snag a refurbished pair for $200 — the lowest price we've seen so far.
Sony's WH-1000XM4 are, in the opinion of a sizable portion of techy people, the very best noise-canceling headphones you can buy. They took everything good about the prior generation — namely, great ANC and sound quality — and built on it with enhanced performance and additional features. Right now, you can snag a pair over at Adorama for $70 below their MSRP, and get a free power bank to boot.
Most of us will be having a pretty quiet holiday this year, but if you want it to be even quieter, you might be looking for some noise-canceling headphones. If you want a pair, but don't want to shell out the big bucks, you're in luck: Sony's WH-XB900N noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones are on sale for just $118 ($60 off) at multiple retailers.
Sony may not be among the most popular Android OEMs, but that doesn't mean its phones are subpar. We called the Xperia 1 Sony's best phone yet in our review last year, and now you can pick it up from Amazon for just $550 — and that's not all. This bundle also includes the top-tier XM3 wireless headphones with noise cancellation
In the active noise cancelling and wireless headphones category, there are several great options worth considering, but one of them has recently started standing out because it ticks most, if not all, of the boxes: the Sony WH1000XM2. And today you can grab it for $52 less than its regular price, putting it at just 2 bucks shy of $300.
The WH1000XM2 are Sony's newest ANC wireless headphones with 30 hours of battery life (with ANC on), wired and wireless modes, NFC for quick pairing, hi-res audio and LDAC support, touch controls, and a quick attention mode that lets you pause the music so you can hear what's being said around you.