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Early Black Friday drops the Beats Solo3 wireless headphones to a new low

Though we're still about a month away from the event itself, a major Black Friday discount just reached the Beats Solo3 wireless headphones at Amazon. For a limited time, you can score a set of Beats Solo3 in the color of your choice for only $119.95. That's an $80 discount and the lowest price we've ever seen for the on-ear Bluetooth headphones and one of the best Beats deals out there right now. You only have today to make the most of the deal, though. The Solo3 headphones are great for travel with up to 40 hours of battery life, fine-tuned acoustics, an adjustable fit, and foldable design. They support quick charging, so five minutes on the charger gets you three hours of playback. The W1 chip helps connectivity remain seamless with Apple devices, though they'll work just fine with any device that's got Bluetooth, and the audio sounds great. There are also on-ear controls that are easy to use and can help you take calls, change your music, and activate Siri wit

These are the best cheap headphones you can buy!

The best cheap headphones and earbuds may not have the same name recognition as popular models like AirPods Pro or Sony WH-1000XM3, but nothing says you have to spend a lot just to get some good headphones for casual listening. The Audio-Technica ATH-M40x are an excellent place to start for the best cheap headphones, thanks to a solid mix of audio performance, comfort, and features that make them a real bargain. Best Cheap Wireless Headphones: Audio-Technica ATH-M40x If you're looking for great sound for a low price , the Audio-Technica ATH-M40x is unbeatable as the best cheap headphones. Audio-Technica didn't veer too far one way or another with these, maintaining a steady balance in multiple facets. Because of that, there's nothing particularly fancy here — just wired over-ear headphones that sound better than their price would indicate. The primary reason is the flatter tuning right out of the box. That tuning gives the headphones a vibrant soundstage without too m

Grab some new Bluetooth headphones with up to 30% off TaoTronics today only

Amazon's Holiday Deals are still going strong this weekend, and you have one day to save big on some great tech! There's a selection of TaoTronics Bluetooth headphones on sale for up to 30% off. You can get some active noise-cancelling or portable earbuds and more all down to super low prices. These low prices are set to disappear at the end of the day though, so grab something while you can. The TaoTronics over-ear active noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones have dropped to $34.99 in this sale. These headphones normally go for $50 and have only dropped as low as $45 directly. That makes today's price the lowest ever. The headphones can cancel out all those extra noises like a subway, airplane, or just the chittering of coworkers. It lets you hear exactly what you want to hear, which includes some high quality audio thanks to the Hi-Fi Audio Sound, deep bass, and Bluetooth 5.0 tech that helps eliminate interuptions. They also have an incredible battery lif

The Surface Headphones 2 at $200 are a better value than you think

If you take a look at the best wireless headphones, there are a lot of great options from Bose and Sony. But there's one contender that everyone seems to forget about — Microsoft. Admittedly, the original Surface Headphones fell kind of flat despite a unique design with the rotating dials on the ear cups. Earlier this year, Microsoft opted to give the headphone market another shot with the Surface Headphones 2 and Surface Earbuds. Right now during Amazon Prime Day, you can save $50 on the Surface Headphones 2, which is an incredible savings for those looking for some new noise-canceling headphones. This deal is good until the end of Prime Day tomorrow evening, so you'll want to scoop it up before it's gone. The right curves Microsoft Surface Headphones 2 Microsoft learned its lessons from the original and has vastly improved the Surface Headphones 2. Active noise cancelation, seamless integration with both Windows and Android, and an adjustable EQ make these tough

Up your sound quality with these incredible wireless headphones!

Wireless Bluetooth headphones have become increasingly popular over the last several years. The best wireless headphones have support for great, high-fidelity sound. That's why the Sony WH-1000XM3 are our best overall pick. They feature good sound quality, long battery life, and are comfortable for long-term use — and their noise cancelation is second-to-none. Best Overall: Sony WH-1000XM3 By far, the most significant feature of the XM3 is their class-leading active noise-canceling (ANC) performance. Not only does their ANC performance make traveling much easier by completely drowning out things such as planes and trains; the XM3 are excellent at blocking out higher-pitched sounds as well. The ANC you get out of the XM3 is legitimate, and can sometimes feel like you're in an empty room. The ANC works seamlessly with how comfortable the headphones are. No matter your head shape or size, the XM3 will more than likely feel super comfortable on your head and will be comfortabl

Apple One-Click Link U2 remove junk from iTunes Marks fault Marketing Textbook

Execution is everything Musical tastes are personal. And it seems that force-feeding people a new album from U2, unsolicited, doesn’t go over well. Apple giving away U2′s new Songs of Innocence is in itself not a bad thing. But there are two problems. One, the album is poorly reviewed – think Paul McCartney “Wonderful Christmastime” rather than Abbey Road. Two, because the album simply appeared in purchased music – and because iTunes (cleverly enough) displays what you’ve purchased from iCloud – it showed up in people’s collections when it didn’t belong. So, we’ve learned something. This doesn’t work. And as always, you can’t really buy marketing. That is, sure, Aphex Twin rented a blimp, but in the end, they had more successful viral marketing because they let their fans choose to spread their new release. U2 tried to force that promotion, and even though Apple and U2 are loved by many people, the combination comes across as corporate and inauthentic. Peter Cohen sh

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