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The explosion of gadgets and gizmos for listening to music, podcasts, and the like makes for a wide selection of goodies, and great deals. We found audio component deals on USB speakers, noise canceling headphones, and more. Don't forget to check out our other audio components deals for more.
Is It Worth It?: With this Editors' Choice deal, you'll enjoy quality sound without crushing your bank account. This speaker setup is perfect for plugging into your laptop. The speakers features a 90Hz to 20kHz frequency response, triple coil drivers, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Listen to this Editors' Choice deal, and you'll save a cool $100 on some nice headphones. These noise-canceling over-the-ear 'phones feature active noise cancellation via two AA batteries (included). They also boast one airplane adapter, a 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response, and more. Plus, they operate as normal headphones when the noise cancellation function is turned off.
Is It Worth It?: Available for newegg subscribers only, this sound bar filters 15 watts per channel into two channels, and features a frequency response of 60Hz to 20kHz. Its four 3" high-efficiency mid/bass transducers, two 3/4" high-performance aluminum neodymium tweeters, SRS TruSurroundHD, and SRS TruVolume, make for an unmistakable listening experience. The sound bar also includes a remote, and a 90-day Vizio warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice deal comes with another coupon code, which cuts the price of these in-ear headphones in half. JBL designed the Tempo headphones and sleeves to block outside sound and thus deliver improved fidelity. They also feature silicone sleeves in three sizes, a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz, carrying pouch, and more.
Is It Worth It?: These headphones use tiny microphones to read outside noises — like airplane engines or ambient din — then produce an out-of-phase signal that reduces those noises in your headset. They feature 20Hz to 20kHz frequency response, 40mm neodymium drivers, foldable design, multi-function controller, two choices of cable lengths, carry bag, and more.
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