Deal: Sony MDR-ZX770BT & XB950BT Headphones $49.99 & $99.99 - 6/3/16

There are a number of good deals to be had in the headphone world at the moment and for those who prefer the Sony way of doing things, two options currently worth checking out are the Sony MDR-ZX770BT and the MDR-ZX770BT Bluetooth Headphones. The Sony MDR-ZX770BT are headphones which typically retail around the $99.99 marker. However, a deal on eBay means you can currently pick up a pair for only $49.99. These are manufacturer refurbished units, but at half the cost of what is already a good priced set of headphones, they are certainly worth considering.

In terms of the headphones, the Sony MDR-ZX770BT comes equipped with 40 mm drivers and offers a frequency response of 20–20,000 Hz and a sensitivity of 98 dB. These are Bluetooth-enabled headphones and the battery included is said to offer up to seventeen hours in a usable mode, up to 450 hours in standby mode and take a little over two hours to charge again. These are also headphones which come with a built-in microphone, so you can take and make hands-free calls. So for the price on offer, these are a nice-performing, lightweight and comfortable headphones.

Those looking for a more powerful pair of headphones might want to check out the Sony MDR-XB950BT. These are headphones which typically range in price between $150 and $200, however, they are also currently on sale by the same eBay seller for only $$99.99. Again, these are manufacturer refurbished headphones but at this price are an excellent option to go for. In terms of their specs, the Sony MDR-XB950BT come with 40 mm drivers and offer a frequency response of 3–28,000 Hz. Again, these are Bluetooth-enabled headphone and are said to come with a battery which offers up to twenty hours of usage before needing to be recharged again. Anothe solid option for the price.

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