The best deals on headphones right now
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Headphones come in all sorts of styles, but regardless of your personal preference, a good deal is a good deal. We maintain this page of deals from around the web, and hopefully it'll help you narrow down your choices. These are our current top deals:
An old pair of Beats on-ears at a discount: Beats Solo2 on-ear headphones, $139.99 at Groupon
They may not be wireless, but the Beats Solo2 on-ears are still a solid choice two years later, especially if the iconic Beats look is something you're after.
For a limited time, Groupon is offering new pairs of Solo2s for $140. Just remember that Beats by Dre headphones tend to over-emphasize bass, so if you're a purist, you might find them to be a bit too heavy on the low-end.
Wireless Beats at a great price: Refurbished Powerbeats2 wireless in-ear headphones
Though not as souped-up as the new Powerbeats3, the Powerbeats2 are still a rock-solid pair of wireless in-ear headphones. The Powerbeats2 feature the bass-heavy sound profile we've come to expect from Beats by Dre, as well as a sweat-resistant build that makes them perfect for running or working out at the gym.
Always a good deal: Jaybird X2 Wireless in-ear headphones, $149.99 on Amazon
These sweat-proof wireless in-ears make for an excellent companion when it comes time to hit the gym or go for a run. The wireless design isn't the only thing that makes the Jaybird X2 Wireless buds a good pick-up, though; our lab tests revealed excellent results in isolation and frequency response. That said, the Jaybird X2s are somewhat bass-heavy, so if you're a purist rather than bass head, adjust your expectations accordingly
At $149.99, it's a great time to finally pull the trigger on a new pair of workout headphones.