The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 are one of the best sounding true wireless ANC buds on the market. Their, however, is a bit too steep. Thankfully, the CX 400BT offer the same audio quality without noise cancelation for a lot cheaper, as they traditionally sell for $200. However, they're much more affordable thanks to this deal, as they're down to just $97.
Over the last decade, I've had the privilege of testing and reviewing dozens upon dozens of Bluetooth audio headsets. From big over-ear headphones to tiny in-ear buds, from powerful active noise cancellation to open-ear bone conduction, I've had enough experience with nearly every form factor out there, but no matter what the design, materials, features, sound, or price are, I keep coming back to one conclusion: the best headset is the one I can wear comfortably.
A few weeks ago, my husband and I packed up our entire lives in six suitcases and left Lebanon for a new beginning in France. Paris to be exact, or the outskirts of it to be more granularly precise. While the reasons for the move are more bitter than sweet, I've found myself adapting surprisingly well — and fast — to this new lifestyle. No car, more subways and walking, a ton of greenery, more rain, but also sunlight until 9 or 10pm, and more baguettes than I could ever dream of. But since we're a gadget site, I'll spare you the cheese and wine assortment and get straight to the main dish.
We were thrilled when Anker introduced its new Liberty Air 2 Pro earbuds, thanks to their premium feel, active noise-cancellation, and affordable price tag, at just $130. The product's ratings have also confirmed they offer great value for money. They're now even cheaper, as they're down just $80 on Best Buy, representing a $50 markdown compared to their original price.
Sony's WF-1000XM3 were among the first true wireless buds to feature active noise cancellation, combined with excellent audio quality. Even though they've been praised, their design was not necessarily the easiest one on the eyes. The company seems to be working on a much more compact form-factor for its next generation of wireless buds, according to leaked images.
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 that came with active noise cancellation. Other brands such as Sony, Sennheiser, and Jabra have also brought similar products to the market, which are unfortunately quite expensive.
True wireless buds used to be quite expensive, but their price has recently dropped. Sadly, cheaper models usually lack some features or come with an aging MicroUSB connection, which takes part of the convenience away. Thankfully, Aukey has a pair of true wireless buds that have everything you need and cost just $28, thanks a promo code on Amazon.
Less than a year ago, I bought the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2, which I think are amongst the best sounding buds on the market. Their price can be quite steep, though. Thankfully, the CX 400BT offer the same audio quality without noise cancelation for a lot cheaper, normally selling for $200. With this deal, they're much more affordable, as they're down to just $99, which is probably the best value for money you can get when it comes to true wireless buds.
After more than three years in the true wireless earbud business, Anker has established a tight grip on the low to medium end market with dozens of products populating the $20-$100 range that often out-perform their price tag. Now it's ready to tackle a more premium segment with its first active noise cancellation buds, the Liberty Air 2 Pro.
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.