For a limited time, shoppers can save $150 on a pair of Sony noise-cancelling headphones and take them home for nearly 50 per cent off.
To shop the deal and learn why reviewers say these multitasking headphones "excel at everything," check out the details below.
These best-selling Sony headphones feature dual noise cancellation technology, allowing users to fully immerse themselves in their music, podcasts, videos and phone calls.
They work simultaneously with up to two Bluetooth devices, effortlessly switching between phone calls, video chats, and more. The headphones are enabled with Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free use but also include an easy-to-use control panel if you prefer old-school control.
The "Amazon's Choice" headphones offer up to 30 hours of battery life on a single charge. If you need to top up in a hurry, a quick 10-minute charge gives you an additional 4.5 hours of battery life.
What people are saying
The Sony headphones have racked up more than 4,200 reviews and a 4.4-star rating on Amazon — a testament to their audio quality and comfort.
According to one user, they "excel at everything."
The noise cancellation is "amazing," they write. From the carrying case to the hands-free functions, everything is "very well thought out."
The "audio quality makes me want to relax and take it all in," they add.
'Probably the best I've ever owned'
The Sony headphones are "probably the best I've ever owned," lauds another reviewer. "I use them daily," they're "very comfortable."
Despite top marks for battery life, noise cancellation, and comfort, some Amazon shoppers weren't fans of the boosted bass feature.
"One thing to remember" is that "these are extra bass headphones," writes one user. "It does not fit every music genre."
The noise cancellation is "good," but the bass is "stupidly high," echoes another.
If you're in the market for a new pair of headphones or want to beat the rush for the upcoming holiday season, these Sony noise-cancelling headphones have won the approval of thousands of Amazon shoppers. However, while some reviewers say they're the "best" headphones they've ever owned, some were unimpressed with the boosted bass feature — something to keep in mind when placing your order.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.