Cyber ??Monday: Headphones at Heavily Discounted Prices

Cyber ??Monday is here. There is something for your ears. Many retailers offer headphones in all shapes and size much cheaper. Check out the best headphone deals!

Amazon and other retailers are selling one bargain after the other on Cyber ??Monday.

Cyber ??Monday Deals include headphones from well-known manufacturers. Whether in-ear, on-ear or over-ear, whether true wireless or with cable from Apple, Beats, Sennheiser and Sony are waiting for discount hunters today, at a low price. The selected and the hottest headphone offers for you. Check out…

Apple AirPods 2 with wireless case

The second-generation Apple AirPods are similar to their predecessors, but a lot has changed in detail. The mids appeared clearer and more transparent. Besides, the “wireless” version of the transport and charging box can be charged without cables – and is on sale on Cyber ??Monday!

Apple AirPods Pro

The AirPods Pro sound clearer and are more precise in the bass than the normal AirPods 2, and the playback is remarkably clean. The noise cancellation not only works very well in comparison to other in-ears but also outperforms full-blown over-ears in terms of shielding. The sealing design with the rubber attachments ensures that the headphones do not accidentally fall out of the ears, but make them less comfortable to wear.

Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo

The Anker Soundcore Liberty Neo sit barely visible in the ear and shower you with music via Bluetooth. For this, the manufacturer promises, among other things, rich bass and – more important for some – extremely high wearing comfort. The active noise suppression effectively filters out the ambient noise. In the enclosed case, you store not only the headphones but also charge them.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds Live

The Samsung Galaxy Buds Live are different from other true wireless in-ears. Usual noise-cancelling headphones isolate more strongly – which not all users like; the Galaxy Buds Live with their special route are an interesting alternative. Give of sound and function. There’s nothing to complain about, and the price is comparatively low.

Huawei FreeBuds Pro

What we like about the Huawei Freebuds Pro, in addition to the good noise-cancelling, is the very long battery life and the compact transport and charging socket. Sound details get lost in the musty sound, the highs are too quiet and the bass too intrusive. Thanks to noise-cancelling and battery endurance, they still managed to get the test grade “good”.

Beats Studio3

With its powerful sound that is very clearly audible in the bass, the Beats Studio3 Wireless puts you in a good mood. Compared to earlier models, the manufacturer has significantly improved the electronic noise-cancelling to reduce outside noise. Another good thing about the over-ear headphones is the long battery life and the short charging time.

Powerbeats Pro

With over eleven hours, the Beats Powerbeats Pro have the longest battery life of all true wireless headphones. They sound great and look pretty good at sports. They sit very comfortably and absolutely safely, no matter what the athletes do. At most, the rather clunky format of the charging box bothers.

Beats EP

The Beats EP is simple but very solidly built. It sits securely and comfortably on the ears and is also suitable for sports. Something deep bass is missing in the sound; overall, it is slightly musty and overcast. The cable with the hands-free microphone cannot be removed. The price has now fallen by more than half!

Sennheiser Momentum

The chic Sennheiser plugs are a bit uncomfortable in the ear, but play music for almost four hours before the battery runs out. The sound is lively and balanced, as is usual with Sennheiser headphones. The charging box is covered with fabric and fits in your pocket.

Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700

The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 replace the Quiet Comfort series, which has been very successful for many years. The noise reduction is still first-class; the noise-cancelling strength can be adjusted by pressing a button. You can now regulate the volume by swiping your finger, and the entire construction looks more modern; However, the auricles rattle a little on the metal brackets. The sound is balanced and pleasant.


Motorola VerveBuds 800

Motorola would like to play in the true wireless market, and with its VerveBuds, 500 is based on Apple design. At 11 grams, the plugs are light, but don’t sit well: Despite the changeable rubber nups in three sizes, the VerveBuds wander out of the ear after a while. The battery life is relatively small, which is just over three hours. You control the music using the buttons on the end of the small in-ear headphones.

Anker Soundcore Life P2

Do you need waterproof, small headphones that are above all cheap? The Soundcore Life P2 meet these criteria: They connect to the smartphone via Bluetooth and have built-in microphones so that they are suitable for making calls. Thanks to IPX7 water protection, the earplugs can even be cleaned under running water.