TL;DR: These audio-amplifying, noise-canceling headphones from Sony will help you drown out the invasive sounds of the outside world — pick up a pair for just $99.99 in the PCMag Shop and save $100.
It seems like the path that Bluetooth headphones have been taking as of late is the “smaller is better” approach, and while we think AirPods are the bees knees, they don’t really get the job done in every auditory department, do they?
We’re talking specifically about noise-canceling functionality, which for some people is the most important aspect of listening to their music, podcasts, audiobooks, and anything else that involves their eardrums.
We think that this great pair of noise-canceling headphones from Sony will certainly fill the headphone-shaped void in your life, and you can pick up a pair in the PCMag Shop for just $99.99 (that’s $100 off the original price).
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Designed to deliver extended listening time, high-quality noise-cancelation, and intuitive voice controls, these Sony headphones mean business. Music lovers and media enthusiasts alike will get plenty of use out of their active noise-cancelation feature — it has a dedicated button that will reduce the force of ambient noise any time it is pressed.
The built-in rechargeable battery will get you up to 35 hours of listening time, and up to 200 hours of standby time. The integrated microphone will also let you easily take calls and give voice commands. Plus, they won’t drop into the train tracks like a pair of AirPods would (well, technically they can, but it’d be a lot more difficult to pull that off).
Treat your ears to a better pair of headphones — grab the Sony WH-CH700N wireless noise-canceling headphones in the PCMag Shop and save $100 off your purchase.