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With hearing aids of all kinds, colors and styles flooding the market, it is difficult to know which ones to choose: do you choose the premium model you have always wanted or is it better to buy a cheap discount game? bin?

Well, it's worth remembering that cheap headphones are cheap for a reason, so even if saving money is a priority, we can not recommend those $ 2 off in the variety of bins that are found throughout the world. And, as you will discover below, you have not always spent a lot of doses to hook a large pair of headphones.

To save you time and effort, we have created this guide dedicated to the best bargains in great sound headphones. We constantly monitor the main Australian retailers and conduct a search to offer you the best deals in a variety of sets, from the internal headphones to the noise-canceling cans, so check out our continuously updated list below to discover the best current headphones offers in Australia.

The best cheap hearing aids this week

Sony MDR-ZX110NC headphones with noise canceling at ear for $ 55 [19659006] (usually $ 129): If you do not mind being tethered to your mobile device while listening to tunes or podcasts, the Sony MDR-ZX110NC is not a bad choice for a pair of noise-canceling headphones with a budget price tag. And it's even more economical in Catch, which returns only $ 55 for a pair of NC cans. See agreement

Beats Solo3 wireless in-ear headphones with earflaps for $ 244.58 (usually $ 399): There are not many wireless cans that can match Beats's promise of up to 40 hours of battery life for the Solo3. In addition, a quick five-minute quick charge gives you three extra hours of playback. So save yourself some money and continue listening with the Ultra Violet model for only $ 244.58 from PBTech.View Deal

The best earphones this week

Genuine Sony WF-1000X wireless noise canceling headphones for $ 326.38 (usually $ 399.95): Sony cables cut and ambient noise from WF-1000X by adding cancellation Noise in a compact format that gives you the freedom to move without getting tangled or tickled with the wires. And this is a good price for a great set of real premium wireless buds. Go to PBTech and get a pair for less. See offer

Sennheiser Momentum with in-ear headphones for $ 134 (it was $ 169): These are one of our favorite intra-ear headphones when it comes to sound quality. If you do not bother too much with a cable, the Sennheisser Momentum buds are a great option that also look good. And you also save a little, when you buy in Addicted to Audio, where the & # 39; buds are for sale (for both Apple and Samsung devices) for $ 134.See agreement

Optoma NuForce BE Sport 3 In-Ear Wireless Earphones for $ 98.18 (usually $ 125): One of our favorite earphones for the ear is now hard to find in Australia, but GearBest has stock of Rose Gold and Deep Gray models. The Rose Gold version of these oversized, water-resistant earphones now costs $ 98, while you can get the option Deep Gray for $ 108.89. See offer

Best offers in our favorite headphones

To help you decide which headphones work best for you, we have decided to put together a small shopping guide with a list of our favorite recommendations.

The headphones that you will find here have many features that will help you make the most of your music or any other form of audiovisual entertainment that you prefer, however, you like to listen to it.

Bose QuietComfort 35

Bose has brought its fantastic noise cancellation technology to a pair of wireless headphones and does so without any of the traditional drawbacks of wireless headphones. They sound great, and their battery life is long enough for everyone, except for longer flights. They are super comfortable, and although they do not use the AptX Bluetooth standard, the wireless connection does not damage their sound quality even a little.

With a price of AU $ 499 per lifetime, the QC35 sits firmly in the premium at the end of the spectrum, but if you want the best noise canceling headphones available at this time, then you can not get any better. And you can also buy at an excellent price.

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Bose QuietControl 30

For a pair of internal headphones, the QC 30 has a level of noise cancellation that matches any of the cans to be placed over Bose's ear, and that is very impressive given its size. In fact, the level of noise cancellation can be adjusted to suit your environment through online remote control.

But the effective cancellation of noise implies the cost of sound quality. The QC 30 is not the best hearing aid in the world, but if you're not an audio expert, these are still pretty good headphones, especially for those who do not particularly enjoy the feel of the cans. in your ears.

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Bose QuietComfort 25

The QC 25 is as good as the premium Bose cans, but without the premium price tag. They are still expensive at $ 399 per piece, but they achieve a superior performance for every dollar and are definitely worth the dose earned with so much effort.

With exemplary sound quality and equally excellent ambient noise cancellation, the QC 25 will adapt to the serious or casual listener, providing a wonderfully immersive experience when watching movies or TV shows, playing games or simply listening to their rhythms favorites

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Bose QuietComfort 20

For a pair of earphones attached to the ear that cost you $ 369, you would expect only the best of Bose, and the QC 20 does not disappoint. If you have the spare change and want an incredible noise cancellation combined with comfort and incredible sound quality, you should really get the QuietComfort 20.

The silicone ear cups are designed for a perfect fit while sealing the ear canal and the Power for noise cancellation comes from a lithium-ion battery. This makes the battery a bit difficult to handle, but you will discover the best way to store it as you go. But, in general, this is one of the best headphones we've tested.

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Sennheiser Momentum Wireless headphones to be placed on the ear

These are not- The wireless headphones with medical prescription are full of positive qualities, but cans are not cheap. However, if you are an audio lover who can save the expense, do not hesitate in this comfortable and functional headset that will probably last for years.

The stainless steel arms and the leather finishes give the headphones a resistance look, while the rotating ear cups articulated with balls provide a wide movement and comfort. Battery savers will find that the wiring option is convenient, but you can also turn on the headphones to activate active noise cancellation.

Read our review of the Sennheiser Momentum wireless headphones.

Oppo PM-3

The Oppo PM-3 is an impressive pair of headphones. Make no mistake, we have reviewed many headphones over the years, but none have been more enthusiastic than the PM-3.

They feel just as comfortable plugging a headphone amplifier into their home as they travel the hustle and bustle of big smoke daily, and stand out above the rival products of larger brands. We really can not recommend them enough, they are simply incredible.

Read our opinion about Oppo PM-3.

Sennheiser Momentum In-ear headphones

With the appealing details of sweet apples, Sennheiser takes you to the door. But once you're there, you'll stay for the killer sound quality that comes from Momentum In-Ear headphones. And it will not have a problem in which it is tied.

Able to deliver powerful, narrow bass directly into the ear canal, the Momentum In-ear headphones allow you to play virtually any melody you hear. And for a set of inexpensive headphones, they're just as good as they come.

Read our review of Sennheiser Momentum In-Ear Headphones.

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