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Headphones Deals

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 some of the headphones we recommend.

Reviewed Headphones on Sale 

Koss KSC75 Design

Koss KSC75

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The Koss KSC75 are budget headphones with a decent sound. They're lightweight and have a stable ear hook design that's convenient for sports but might not be comfortable enough for everyone. They also don't have the best build quality but if you need a very cheap pair of headphones with a surprisingly above-average sound and a compact design, then we recommend the Koss KSC75.

Polk Audio Buckle Design

Polk Audio Buckle

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The Polk Buckle are well-built and sturdy headphones with a bass-rich sound and a simple but stylish design. They're not the most compact headphones and don't block a lot of noise so they won't be ideal for commuting or especially loud environments. However, they deliver an easy-to-use control scheme and durable, premium build quality that is currently more than 80% off. At this price, they are well worth the investment even if they tend to sound a bit dark when compared to the Polk UltraFocus 8000.

Sony MDR-1000X Design

Sony MDR-1000X

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The Sony MDR-1000x are versatile headphones with excellent noise canceling. They reduce a lot of ambient noise which makes them a great recommendation for commuters. They're packed with features and deliver an above average sound that's even better if you have the right codecs on your phone or Bluetooth device. However, their build quality has had a few durability issues over the past year so as long as you don't fold them often to store them in your bag, then they're an excellent headphone that's currently 38% off.

Skullcandy Grind Design

Skullcandy Grind

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The Skullcandy Grind are a sturdy and comfortable wireless on-ears and are the best Skullcandy headphones we've tested so far. They have a durable metal build quality that makes them feel and look a lot more high-end than their price would suggest. And even though they may not be the best headphones to use in loud environments, if you're looking for an affordable pair of compact wireless headphones that sound pretty good, then the Grind are a solid choice, especially since the camo color variant is just around 50$