Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE Wireless Headphones Now Only $129.95 - Amazon Cyber Monday 2018 Deals

The Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE wireless noise-cancelling headphones (also known as the HD 4.50 BTNC) are now on sale and can be picked up for just $129.95 in the US. These headphones come with a listed price of $199.95 although they can more often than not be picked up below this price. However, this is pretty much the lowest price these headphones have been on sale for to date. For example, prior to November, the cheapest price Amazon has sold these headphones for was just over $150, which makes now a really great time to pick these headphones up.

Sennheiser is known for its high quality audio products and the Sennheiser HD 4.50 SE headphones are no different. As these not only provide a wireless listening experience with a battery that’s rated to offer up to 19 hours of usage on a single charge, but also look to ensure environmental noise is less of an issue due to the use of the company’s own noise-cancelling solution, NoiseGard. It’s also worth noting this particular version of the headphones is the “SE” (special edition) version, which in this case, means more of an all-black color that you won’t be able to buy elsewhere. So not only are you getting a unique color here, but you're also getting it cheaper than the non-SE version currently sells for.

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