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Headphones Sales and Deals
The Headphones to look out for

Headphones unlike TVs, don't have a set release schedule. Their price does usually drop over time but not in the same planned and dramatic manner. Here are the best deals we've found on the headphones we recommend:

Headphone Deals (Updated 05/26/2017)

Level U Pro

The Level U Pro deliver a lot of features for their budget price. They have a good wireless range they're more comfortable than typical in-ear models and provide a simple neckband fit that's stable and versatile enough for sports use. They might not be the most well-built headphones, but at their low price, they're well worth the investment. The noise canceling variation is also on sale, but we have yet to test that model.

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Jaybird X2

The Jaybird X2 are excellent sports headphones, and they have a decent enough overall performance, to be versatile for most use cases. They have an above-average sound quality, they're incredibly stable, portable and easy to carry around on your person. They also passively isolate better than some active noise canceling headphones. The Charge color variation is significantly cheaper than all the other color schemes, which is well worth the investment.

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Samsung Level On Wireless

The Level On Wireless are lightweight, comfortable on-ear headphones, with an above- average sound and a good set of features. They're noise canceling, they have a reliable and fast wireless connection and a great battery life. Their build quality feels a bit flimsy compared to some other on-ear headphones, but at their current discounted price they're worth the investment.

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Bose SoundTrue Around-Ear II 

The SoundTrue Around-Ear II are incredibly comfortable, over-ear headphones. They have a good bass and a well-balanced sound. They're  also lightweight, easy-to-use and decently versatile headphones that you can currently get for just below a $100. It's a pretty good deal considering the level of comfort and audio quality the SoundTrue AE II provide. 

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Bowers & Wilkins P7 

The P7 are stylish and sturdy headphones great for critical listening, but they're not the most versatile. They let a considerable amount of ambient noise into your audio and leak a bit. They're also somewhat tight on most heads. However, when it come to sound quality, they deliver a powerful bass and a well balanced mid and treble range. If you're looking for a durable and well-built pair of closed back headphones for pure critical listening, then they may be a good option for you. 

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Can any of these headphones be used on a Tv or is that a special category.
If your TV supports Bluetooth headphones, then the Bluetooth headphones listed here should work. For wired headphones, you may need an amplifier to bring the TV signal up to a level that headphones can use.
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