Noise-canceling headphones have become so plentiful – and so good – that there’s hardly any reason to buy audio gear without active noise cancellation built-in. But before you spend $ 550 on Apple AirPods Max, know that there are plenty of more affordable (and arguably better) alternatives. Case in point: The stylish 900 Legacy headphones from Phiaton typically cost $ 250 and offer great features and performance. Right now you can get thewhen you apply the promotional code NEW YEAR20 at the register. That’s a healthy 20% discount, and the deal ends on Jan.31.
That’s a solid discount, and matches what Phiaton offered to match the pre-holiday Black Friday deals. To be sure, $ 200 is still nothing to sneeze at (I have no idea what that phrase means other than remembering a scene from the Woody Allen Annie Hall movie), but it’s up to it. affordable end of the price scale among premium ANCs. headphones. That’s just over a third of Apple’s AirPods Max, for example.
For $ 200, you get a lot. First and foremost, the headphones offer an impressive, industry-leading 43 hours of battery life per charge. The headphones have a sleek carbon fiber finish and include physical controls for noise cancellation and playback. The Phiaton 900 Legacy can also be paired with two devices at the same time and connect intelligently without the need to disconnect from one when using the other.
In addition to a standard noise cancellation mode, the headphones support audio transparency – turn it on when you need to hear the world around you clearly – or simply remove them from your head. The headphones know when you’re wearing them and can automatically stop when you take them off and restart playback when you turn them back on.
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