These are the sweetest-sounding last-minute Prime Day headphone & earbud deals

From tethered to True Wireless, these personal audio deals from Sennheiser, Sony, Bose, Apple & many make premium sound more approachable.
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If you want to cancel more noise and more cost with your headphone and earbud selection(s), Amazon Prime Day will be music to your ears. Some top-tier active noise-canceling options are on sale and listed below, including the Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones, Apple AirPods Max, Focal Bathys Over-Ear Hi-Fi Bluetooth ANC Headphones, Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 Over-Ear ANC Headphones, Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds, Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless 3 ANC IPX4 Earbuds, and more. We’ve also collected some amazing budget buys so you can pump up the savings and the jams. But suppose you want the ultimate balance of comfort and clarity. In that case, we recommend going in the opposite direction, finding an already quiet corner, and plugging in the Sennheiser set we’ve spotlighted. Whether you’re an on-the-go gear connoisseur or setting up a luxurious listening station, you’ll find we’re on the same wavelength with our focus on assembling a more affordable audio oasis with gear offered at its lowest price in months.

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Sennheiser HD 660S2 Wired Open-Back Audiophile Headphones $379.95 (Was $599.95)

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Looking for an expansive listen with an expressive midrange? Sennheiser is one of the first names that come to mind when discussing reference-level headphones with low harmonic distortion. Introduced in early 2023, the Sennheiser HD 660S2 is a retooled, bass-reinforced revision in the German audiophile brand’s long-running series of headphones for exploring the silkier parts of the sonic spectrum. The soundstage is wide but precise but now extends into even more dramatic depths—with sub-bass reaching to 70 Hz. While the open-back build means there’s no isolation, it also contributes to a toned sense of imaging, making these excellent headphones both for fans of musicality and musculature—the kind of comfortable, masterful set that is as good with heated gaming as it is hot tracks.







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Tony Ware is the Editor, Commerce & Gear for (and He’s been writing about how to make and break music since the mid-'90s when his college newspaper said they already had a film critic, but maybe he wanted to look through the free promo CDs. Immediately hooked on outlining intangibles, he's covered everything audio for countless alt. weeklies, international magazines, websites, and heated bar trivia contests ever since. He lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and an 8-pound Aussie Shepherd-Japanese Chin mix who loves exploring national parks and impressing the thru-hikers.