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Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones Are Suddenly Affordable

They’re now way cheaper than usual — in the same ballpark as noise-canceling headphones from Sony and Bose.

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If there’s an issue with Bang & Olufsen’s wireless noise-canceling headphones, the Beoplay H9i, it’s the price. The headphones cost $500, which is $150 more than the Sony WH-1000XM3 and Bose QC35 II.

Of course, Bang & Olufsen’s speakers and headphones have always had more of a focus on design and fashion, so the Beoplay H9i has been a solid option for anybody who wants good noise-canceling headphones that look a tier above everything else.

Still, the truth is that the $150 price gap is probably tough to justify for most people. The good news: Ebay has the Beoplay H9i for just $258 and amazon is selling them for just $265. We’re not sure how long the deal is going to last, so if you were ever thinking about pressing the purchase button on Bang & Olufsen’s latest wireless noise-canceling headphones, now is the time.

Ebay: $500 $258 Amazon: $500 $265

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