Listen Up: The Best Click Frenzy Deals on Headphones

Listen Up: The Best Click Frenzy Deals on Headphones
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Are you in desperate need for a new pair of headphones? Maybe you’re keeping your ear-cups together with some gaffer tape, or the amount of earwax in your earbuds has reached the point of no return. Regardless of your reason, if you’ve been hanging out for a nice deal that’ll let you pick a new pair of cans for cheap, now is the time to strike.

Click Frenzy Mayhem is set to run for 53 hours this year, starting at 7pm (AEST) May 18 until 12am May 21. To help you sort through the mountain of deals, here are six of the best headphones and earbud deals going right now.

Beats Solo Pro — now $277 (down from $429)

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If what you want in a pair of headphones is style and quality, the Beats Solo Pros are some of the best on the market. The Beats brand hasn’t always been lauded for sound quality but since Apple has offered its input, it’s definitely upped the ante on that aspect and it shows with the Solo Pros.

These aren’t the only Beats headphones with an impressive discount. You can also grab a pair of Beats Solo3 wireless headphones for $207.80, instead of the usual $299.95.


Sony Noise-Cancelling Headphones (WH-1000XM4) — now $338 (down from $499)

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Sony’s WH-1000XM4 noise-cancelling headphones have made many top product lists thanks to both their comfort and quality. The difference between these and the Beats Solo Pros will mostly come down to preference and which one fits nicer around your head.

If silver isn’t your colour, you can also get these headphones in black.


Sol Republic Amps Air+ Wireless Earbuds – now $172 (down from $349.95)

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If you’re not an over-the-ear headphones type of person, you you grab a very nice bargain on Sol Republic’s Amps Air+ wireless earbuds. They’ve been slashed by $177, so you’ll only be paying $172 for them. The package includes a charging case, along with four different sets of ear-tips. The earbuds also work with any Bluetooth 5.0 enabled devices.


Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones (MDRZX110NC) — now $48 (down from $99)

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If $50 is all you’re willing to spend but you also want noise-cancelling headphones, it’s not totally impossible. Sony’s entry-level MDRZX110NCs are available for just $48 and will block out a decent amount of noise for such a budget product.


Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Headphones – now $306 (down from $399.95)

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If you’re on the look out for a great pair of noise cancelling headphones, Bose’s QuietComfort 35 II’s come with three levels of noise cancelling, so you can finally get the peace and quiet that you need. During Click Frenzy Mayhem, these headphones have been slashed by $93, so you’ll only be paying $306 for them. As far as deals go, that’s not too shabby.


Audio-Technica Over-Ear Wireless Headphones – now $348 (down from $599)

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When it comes to headphones, it’s easy to understand why Audio-Technica are a trusted brand. These wireless headphones come with Audio-Technica’s Pure Digital Drive system, which helps to maintain sound quality by keeping the audio signal completely digital from source to driver. Being able to save $251 is also pretty good too.


You can check out even more deals and bargains for Click Frenzy Mayhem 2021 here.

Comments

  • Just wanted to say – I lashed out and got the Sony WH-1000XM4 a couple of months back (on a good sale) and good god if they’re not the absolute BEST headphones I’ve ever owned by a long margin. Good for gaming, good for the electronic drums, good for exercise and housework, good for movies at night when everyone else is in bed…extremely customisable through the app too. I wanted a pair that could do everything well, but these do everything near-perfect.

    The only thing that might let some gamers down is that the 3D audio isn’t as good as a dedicated gaming headset, so FPS MP fanatics might not love them. But great for literally everything else. Even just wearing them with noise cancelling on to quiet the household noises and give absolute silence is just wonderful.

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