Deal: Beats Studio 2.0 Noise-Canceling Headphones $149.99 - 5/5/16

Those in the market for a new pair of headphones do certainly have a choice on offer now. However, in spite of this choice available, one of the clear leaders in terms of units shipped is Beats. If you are someone who prefers the Beats look and sound and also happen to be looking for a new pair of headphones, then the Beats Studio 2.0 Wired Over Ear Headphones are currently worth checking out. In terms of the deal, these are headphones which normally cost anywhere between $200 and $300. However, Amazon currently has the Beats Studio 2.0 headphones on sale from as low as $149.99. Although Amazon offers the Beat Studio 2.0 in a variety of colors, the deal price is only for the black version, with the other options ascending in price between $150 and $200.

In terms of the headphones, it should be made clear that these are not Bluetooth-enabled headphones and instead make use of a wired connection, although the wire is a detachable one. However, these are noise-canceling headphones which will help to offer a more uninterrupted playback experience. As these are noise-canceling headphones, they also do come with a battery which powers the noise cancellation and this is a battery which is stated to last up to 20 hours before needing to be recharged. Head through the link below to find out more or pick up a pair of Beats Studio 2.0 Wired Over Ear Headphones from only $149.99.

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