Save up to $250 with this beyerdynamic headphones deal
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A bad pair of headphones is the worst thing. It’s okay to spend a lot on poor headphones. There is nothing better than spending less on your great pair headphones. With that in mind, beyerdynamic is having a flash sale with 10 percent off your purchase and free shipping of some of our favorite cans that can–simply use the code SAVE10 at checkout before the end of Sun., Sept. 25. That gives you a chance to snag the biggest deal beyerdynamic is offering: $250 off its $799 Amiron Wireless headphones.
The beyerdynamic Amiron Wireless headphones are high-end, closed-back headphones that combine details-saturated Tesla drivers with Bluetooth convenience. Mimi Sound Personalization mimics how the human ear processes sound and the MIY app allows for an individual listening experience–no more construction noise getting in the way of Angel Olsen’s Big Time. Controls on the earcups let you control volume, playback, and other functions without having to reach for your phone. And, 30 hours of battery life means you won’t be suddenly left in the quiet while listening to Bjork’s “It’s Oh So Quiet.” Supporting AAC and aptX HD, the Amiron Wireless lets you enjoy chords without the cords, whether you’re team Apple or Android.
The flagship beyerdynamic DT 1990 monitoring headphones–which we named the best mixing headphones (making them one of our best headphones in general)–are also on sale, down to $549 from $599. And if you’re looking for a more portable production-worthy pick, we’re also partial to the slightly less exacting but definitely more efficient, more affordable DT 900 Pro X, which is currently $259, down from $299. Pro Tip: Gaming headphones are great because they have the same positioning and dimensionality as benefit mix engineering. )
If these headphones don’t appeal to you, check out what else beyerdynamic offers… but hurry, the best way for Weeknd to be enjoyed is
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