Sony released two new pairs of noise cancelling headphones earlier this year. Aside from the pricey Bowers & Wilkins PX, Sony’s WH1000XM2 Over Ear Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones are easily our favorite noise cancelling headphones of 2017. Yes, they’re better than Bose. Sony has always been known for killer sound, and the noise cancellation tech on these over-ear headphones is top-notch as well. They just went on sale for the first time, with a nice discount of $52 on Amazon. If they’re still a bit too expensive for you, the almost-as-good H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones also got a $52 discount today.

Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WH1000XM2

  • DIGITAL NOISE CANCELLATION: Industry leading noise canceling eliminates distracting background noise
  • SMART LISTENING: Detects your activity to automatically adjust the ambient sounds you hear
  • QUICK ATTENTION MODE: Communicate without taking your headphones off. Place your hand over the right ear cup to turn the volume down for instant conversation.
  • TOUCH CONTROL: Skip a track, change the volume and take or make calls just by touching a headphone
  • QUICK CHARGE BATTERY: Enjoy up to 30hrs with wireless NC and 10min quick charging for 70min of play
  • WIRED OR WIRELESS: Go hands-free or plug in your headset while streaming with noise cancellation
  • VOICE ASSISTANT: Activate your phones voice assistant with a simple touch on the right ear cup.
  • WHAT’S INCLUDED: Adjustable earphones, carrying case, adapter for airplane travel, cables and manual

Sony H900N Hi-Res Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones

  • High-resolution Audio compatible
  • DSEE HX Upscale compressed music to near high-resolution sound quality
  • Digital noise cancelling and ambient sound mode let you control what you hear
  • Touch sensor control panel for easy operation
  • Fine-tune your sound using the Sony | headphones connect app
  • In the Box: Carrying Pouch, Connection Cable, USB Cable, Warranty Card, Operating Instructions, Reference Guide

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