Deal: Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE Wireless Headphones $99.95 – Prime Day 2018


The Sennheiser HD 4.50 Special Edition (SE) headphones are another product that is seeing a deep discount on Amazon at the moment thanks to its Prime Day Deals. As these headphones typically retail for around $199.99 although right now can be picked up for only $99.95. In other words, they are now on sale for half their normal cost which makes right now a great time to consider giving this high-end pair of headphones a try.

The Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE are wireless headphones thanks to their inclusion of Bluetooth 4.0 which should mean they are able to establish and maintain a wireless connection up to a distance of 33 feet away from a streaming device. The other main aspect to be concerned about with wireless headphones is the battery life although that is less likely to be an issue with the Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE as they are fitted with a capacity that is said to offer up to 19 hours of usage off a single charge.

As for the sound quality, Sennheiser is no stranger to offering solid-sounding headphones and the Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE are no exception. In fact, one of their main selling points is the included "Noise Gard" active noise cancellation (ANC) support which looks to dramatically decrease the level of outside sound. So not only are you getting a better quality sound with these headphones, but you will also hear that sound far more prominently due to the ANC. It's probably also worth noting the 19 hours of battery life is depending on the ANC being switched on – as when it is off the expected battery life increases to almost 25 hours.

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