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Headphones and earphones, like human heads themselves, come in many shapes and sizes. Whether you're looking for superior sound or sleek looks, we've got five great deals on an assortment of headphones. Looking for a different model? Check out our daily headphone deals.
Is It Worth It?: With this Editors' Choice deal, you get headphones that boast a frequency response that approaches the unreal: 15Hz to 22kHz (where 20Hz to 20 kHz is considered the benchmark). These factory-refurbished over-the-ear headphones also feature 98dB sensitivity, 40mm drivers, and more. A 1-year Phiaton warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: Kick out the Monster Jamz with this Editors' Choice pick, which comes through the daily deals on Monster via eBay. CNET says these earbuds "block out ambient noise with balanced, consistent sound." They also boast 24K gold contacts, chrome finish, cable management system, carry pouch, and more.
Update: While the above offer is no longer available, consider the Skullcandy Mix Master Over-the-Ear DJ Headphones, an Editors' Choice pair of 'phones for $197 with free shipping. That's a low by $103.
Is It Worth It?: These white Apple earphones have both a remote and mic, and are just $6.41 — well below their list price of $39.99. They feature a 3.5mm connector, in-line microphone, and 3-button remote, and ship in bulk packaging. There is a limit of one set per customer.
Is It Worth It?: These Editors' Choice headphones are a lightweight, comfortable pair of good quality headphones. CNET agrees, calling deeming pair "among the best available for less than $200, offering excellent sound and build quality." Other features include a single straight cord, 45mm neodymium drivers, swivel earcups, a padded headband, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Don't forget to use the all-important coupon code "USP1SP16605" by September 3, as it cuts $20 off the price of this headset. Features include a noise-canceling microphone, 27mm drivers, 125Hz to 20kHz frequency response, and more. These headphones are well suited for Skype calls and other tasks where having a mic comes in handy.
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