Panasonic RP-HD605N-T Bluetooth Noise-Canceling Headphones Only $149 – Amazon Prime Day 2019

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Panasonic's RP-HD605N-T Bluetooth noise-canceling headphones is another product that has seen a decent price drop during the ongoing Amazon Prime Day 2019 proceedings.

These headphones typically retail for $199 in the U.S. but right now they are available for just $149. That's a solid 25% discount off their usual price and for these headphones, that makes this a really good deal.

For most people, choosing a pair of premium noise-canceling headphones usually comes down to a choice between Bose or Sony. However, Panasonic released this set of headphones to offer consumers a new choice. These are premium headphones in every sense of the word and come with enough features to make them worth the original asking price, let alone the current sale price.

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In addition to the noise-cancelation, buyers can also expect Hi-Res audio support, a battery that's rated to offer up to 20 hours off the charge, as well as button support for voice assistants including Google Assistant.

This is all without taking into consideration their design as these headphones have been put-together with fit and comfort in mind. Not only do they feature a soft and padded headband and ear pads, but the pads also house a 3D ball joint which lets the pads move more naturally – resulting in a more comfortable and tailored fit.

Panasonic RP-HD605N-T Headphones - Amazon - $149

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