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These days, you can't get along without a good set of headphones — whether it's an over-the-ear version to block out the world around you, or you need a discrete set of earbuds, they're part of everyone's audio arsenal. While there are a lot of great headphones on the market, Sony is one of those brands you know you can count on for a good listening experience, and right now, Sony headphones are on sale at Amazon for as much as 50% off!
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These Sony Wireless WH-CH510 Headphones take digital noise canceling to the next level. They feature feedforward and feedback mics on each side to block out everything you don't want to hear. And these babies will let you get caught up in your favorite music or podcasts instead of caught up in wires, thanks to built-in Bluetooth technology for seamless wireless syncing.
“I use these constantly at work. I work in a factory and I usually have them on about half volume and can hear everything well,” wrote a satisfied five-star reviewer. “I have them on roughly five hours a day and only have to charge them once every two weeks. They are very comfortable for long listening sessions. Solid range with the Bluetooth— I'd probably say 150-feet or so before they cut out.”
Sony WF-C500 Truly Wireless In-Ear Bluetooth Earbuds
The Sony WF-C500 Truly Wireless In-Ear Bluetooth Earbuds is a solid set of true wireless earbuds that can handle Sony's signature immersive audio. With these buds, you get 10 hours of listening time plus an extra charge with the case. Even better: It has a quick charge feature and lets you get a few hours of listening time in just ten minutes.
"This has been the best purchase so far," wrote a happy listener. "The battery lasts me an entire weekend (I work 12 hours days midnights). So every 2 hours I put them back in their charging station for a quick charge while I take a break. You can even adjust the sound type you want to hear your songs and/or podcasts."
Sony WH-XB910N EXTRA BASS Noise Cancelling Headphones
The Sony WH-XB910N Noise Cancelling Headphonesfeature the crisp and clear audio you’d come to expect from Sony. It's about the wallet-friendliest way to get premium noise canceling. Its Dual Noise Sensor Technology blocks out nearly all background and ambient sound.
"The Sony headphones are perfect. They sync easily and the sound is clear," raved a five-star reviewer. "The noise-canceling feature is great and often annoys my wife and kids when I can't hear them. (How's that for a fringe benefit?). These are very comfortable and I haven't had an issue with the ear pads (keep the ears warm during the cold winter months). The charging is quick and the battery life is very good."
The Sony Wireless WI-C310 Headphones deliver the superior audio with booming bass that Sony is known for, but at a shockingly low price since they’re 55 percent off. They're also lightweight with a flexible neck band which makes them great for working out — when you don't want to wear them, you can drape them around your neck.
"I bought these for the gym," wrote a satisfied customer. "I'm clumsy and drop things and don't want true wireless headphones....Keeps a charge for a long time and Bluetooth goes pretty far from my phone before it cuts out."
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