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Best Black Friday headphone deals 2021- #BlackFriday

The holiday season is on the horizon, and that means we're starting to see some great Black Friday deals on all kinds of cool tech gear, from the best Android phones to the best headphones and wireless earbuds to pair with them.

We'll be regularly updating this list collection through the Black Friday weekend, so be sure to check back frequently if you don't see the audio deals that you're looking for. Whether you're looking for something to keep you entertained on a walk or jog, noise-canceling headphones to let you focus while at work, or something that just sounds amazing for your epic video game battles, we've got you covered.

Black Friday headphone deals live right now

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro (save $50)

$150 at Samsung

The Galaxy Buds Pro deliver outstanding sound combined with powerful noise isolation, IPX7 water resistance, a lightweight design that's great for extended use, and all the extras you want. If you're in the market for high-end wireless earbuds, these should be your go-to choice.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 (save $40)

$110 at Amazon

The Galaxy Buds 2 are Samsung's latest wireless earbuds, and this is the first time they're on sale. They sound fantastic, tune out noise in your vicinity, last the same amount of time as the Buds Pro, and include wireless charging. For what you're ultimately paying here, you are getting a great value.

Jabra Elite 85t

$150 at Amazon

The Elite 85t do a fantastic job tuning out ambient noise, deliver excellent sound quality, and you get all the extras: customizable sound, water resistance, wireless charging, and digital assistant integration. If you want high-end earbuds with a great value, these are the ones to beat.

OnePlus Buds Pro (save $30)

$120 at Amazon

With the Buds Pro, OnePlus has managed to deliver earbuds that go up against the best that Samsung and Sony have to offer. They sound absolutely incredible, have a lightweight design, excellent noise isolation, IP55 water resistance, and wireless charging. When it comes to value, it's hard to find anything quite as good.

1More ColorBuds 2 (save $8)

$72 at Amazon

The ColorBuds 2 deliver a rich bass-heavy sound paired with reliable noise isolation, wireless charging, and IPX5 water resistance. If you want budget wireless earbuds that are as good as rivals that cost thrice as much, you should get your hands on these.

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds

$199 at Amazon

With adjustable ANC, amazing sound quality, a lightweight design and IPX4 rating for workouts, these wireless earbuds tick all the right boxes. They also last six hours between charges, include wireless charging, and are among the best earbuds in this class.

Bose QuietComfort 45

$279 at Amazon

The QuietComfort 45 deliver incredible noise isolation, sublime sound, a plush design that's great for all-day use, and they last 24 hours between charges. These are the ideal choice if you're looking for high-end wireless audio.

Soundcore Life A2

$52 at Amazon

Soundcore's Life A2 wireless earbuds get the basics right. They produce a booming bass-heavy sound, tune out ambient sound, have three mics on each earbud, and last seven hours from a full charge. In short, you're getting well-designed earbuds that offer great value for what they cost.

Sennheiser Momentum TWS 2 (save $100)

$200 at Amazon

Sennheiser's Momentum True Wireless 2 are some of the best-sounding wireless earbuds you'll find in the market today. They're packed with all the latest features, have a customizable sound profile, and last all-day without any issues. With $100 off, this is a deal you shouldn't miss.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live (save $70)

$100 at Amazon

Samsung's Galaxy Buds Live deliver incredible sound backed by an ergonomic fit, active noise cancellation, and IPX2 dust and water resistance. They last six hours between charges, include wireless charging, and are a great overall option.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ (save $70)

$79 at Walmart

The Galaxy Buds+ continue to deliver when it comes to sound quality, and with a 11-hour battery life, you can wear these throughout the day and not have to worry about running out of charge.

Sennheiser HD 450BT (save $100)

$100 at Amazon

Comfort meets excellence in this sublime pair of white Sennheiser HD 450BT Bluetooth headphones. They sound excellent and look the part too. You can fold the Sennheiser HD 450BT and take them anywhere you go.

Beats Studio Buds (save $50)

Beats Studio Buds true wireless earbuds have hit a record low price for Black Friday. They work great with Android or iOS and come in black, white, or red.

$99.99 at Amazon

Sony WH-1000XM4 (save $102)

$248 at Amazon

As far as wireless headphones go, the WH-1000XM4 tops the list in terms of ANC, battery life, and sound quality. If premium wireless headphones are on a gift list this year — here's your chance.

Sony WF-1000XM4 (save $32)

$248 at Amazon

These are the cream of the crop in terms of wireless earbuds, and this Black Friday deal makes them the cheapest we've seen them since they launched this year.

Sony WF-1000XM3 (save $72)

$128 at Amazon

While some of the features aren't quite as good as the XM4s, that still makes the XM3s some of the best available — and at $128, they're hard to pass up if you are looking to save some cash.

Sony WF-C500 Wireless Earbuds (save $22)

$78 at Amazon

With the WF-C500, Sony has taken its learnings from the high-end segment to deliver a budget package that nails the basics. These earbuds sound great, last ten hours on a full charge, include sweat and water resistance for workouts, and have a customizable sound.

Sony WH-CH710N Over-Ear Headset (save $90)

$78 at Amazon

The WH-CH710N brings the best features from the WH-1000XM3 to a much more affordable price point. It also has an over-ear design that's great for extended use, tunes out ambient sound without any issues, and lasts up to 35 hours on a full charge.

Sony WH-CH510 On-Ear Headset (save $36)

$38 at Amazon

If you're in the market for budget audio and need something lightweight but with a good sound profile and long battery life, the WH-CH510 fit the bill. They sound particularly great considering the cost, and you'll only need to charge these once every few days.

Sony WH-XB910N (save $102)

$148 at Amazon

The standout feature of the WH-XB910N is the fantastic bass coupled with great ANC. These have excellent battery life to go along with other wonderful features. Getting a pair of Sony wireless headphones for $148 is not a time to hesitate.

Sony Bluetooth Neckband Speaker SRS-NB10 (save $52)

$98 at Amazon

Keep listening to your own content without isolating yourself from the world. This Bluetooth neckband gives you personal audio from your phone without needing to put in earbuds or stay in the room with your speakers.

With every year, Black Friday deals kick off earlier than before. That's true in 2021 as well, with Samsung's excellent Buds Live down by 41%, the Buds+ getting a decent discount, and the recent Buds 2 going on sale for the first time. You'll also find good savings on most Sennheiser earbuds, including the excellent Momentum series.

What makes Black Friday the best time to buy headphones is that recent launches from Samsung, Sony, Jabra, and Bose are discounted for the first time. With a few deals already live and more set to kick off in the coming weeks, you don't want to miss out on the lucrative discounts.

If you're looking for wireless on-ear or over-the-ear options, you'll find thousands of enticing choices for sale during Black Friday. The obvious contenders include the best from Sony and Bose. These products deliver outstanding sound quality, adjustable noise isolation, lightweight designs ideal for all-day use, rock-solid Bluetooth, Google Assistant or Alexa integration, adjustable EQ, and battery life over 30 hours. Some headphones even come with dust and water ingress protection, making them a decent choice for workouts.

But over the last three years, a slew of budget brands have started making wireless options that sound just as good as their costlier counterparts for a lot less money. Brands like Anker have led this change, but even established vendors like JBL, Jabra, Sennheiser, and Sony offer products with stellar value, and that's before you factor in the holiday season deals.

Black Friday headphone deals: Wireless earbuds

Over the last five years, the most significant change in the audio category has been the introduction and rise of wireless earbuds. Unfortunately, when the first wave of wireless earbuds started debuting seven years ago, they had poor connectivity, lackluster sound quality, and sub-par battery life. Thankfully, audio manufacturers sorted out the basics shortly after that, and these days you'll find that even entry-level wireless earbuds have excellent sound quality backed by a comfortable fit, digital assistant integration, and battery life of more than five hours as standard.

So if you're looking to switch to a new pair of wireless earbuds, there are endless choices from $30 budget picks to $300 premium options that include the latest connectivity and incredible sound. Brands like Samsung also offer custom features for their earbuds that are limited to their own devices, so if you're already in the Samsung ecosystem and want wireless earbuds that stand out, the Galaxy Buds Pro would be the obvious pick.

Black Friday headphone deals: Gaming headsets

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro (save $70)

$130 at Amazon

The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro is one of the most comfortable gaming headsets, and with THX 7.1 spatial surround sound on PC and compatibility with both Xbox and PlayStation, it's an excellent choice for gamers. Its 24-hour battery life means you'll only need to charge it once a week.

Razer Kraken Ultimate $60 (save $70)

$60 at Amazon

At $70 off, you won't find a better deal on this Razer Kraken Ultimate. Though it's wired and only meant for Windows users thanks to its USB connection, it boasts most of the same features as the Razer BlackShark. Even better, it has a dedicated toggle for its 7.1 spatial surround sound so that you can truly hear the difference it makes between stereo.

Turtle Beach Recon 500 (save $30)

$48 at Amazon

The Turtle Beach Recon 500 was built for professional gaming with crystal clear communication in mind. It may not be as advanced as other headsets, but when it comes to audio delivery and comfort, it's got it where it counts. And now you can get it for over 30% off.

Razer Kraken X $30 (save $30)

$30 at Amazon

The Kraken X is a lightweight headset for gamers on a budget, but that doesn't make it bad. Quite the contrary, it's a great headset that has virtual 7.1 surround sound. It may not have all the bells and whistles of more premium headsets, but it's an excellent choice if you want something for less.

SteelSeries Arctis 7P (save $50)

$100 at SteelSeries

SteelSeries's Arctis 7P is the ideal gaming headset for the PS5 thanks to its comfort and feature-set. It has 3D audio, 24-hour battery life, and the headband ensures you don't feel fatigued even after all-day gaming sessions.

Black Friday headphone deals: Wired earbuds

With more and more streaming services now offering a lossless tier, there has been a resurgence in wired earbuds. Traditionally, in-ear monitors deliver sound quality that's significantly better than their wireless siblings, and you get a neutral sound that lets you listen to music the way it was produced.

This category has seen an overhaul in recent years thanks to the emergence of Chinese brands making great-sounding wired earbuds on a budget. Brands like KZ Audio, Fiio, Shanling, and Tin have catalyzed the budget category, delivering sound quality of the same caliber as established players but usually for a tenth of the cost. So if you're looking to dive back into wired earbuds, you'll find a lot has changed — for the better.



Source: androidcentral

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