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The Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones are some of the most popular (and well-reviewed) headphones with active noise cancellation technology. But with a list price of nearly $300, they’re not exactly cheap.

Right now a number of retailers are running deals on the headphones though. Amazon is selling them for $170. Best Buy is charging $180.

Newegg has one of the best deals I’ve seen though: for the next week you can pick up a pair of Bose QC25 headphones for just $150.

Keep in mind that these are wired headphones, so if you have one of those newfangled smartphones without a 3.5mm audio jack you may need an adapter. But that’s still a cheaper option than upgrading to the Bose QC35 Bluetooth noise-cancelling headphones, which sell for around $330 and up.

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You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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3 replies on “Deals of the Day (2-08-2018)”

  1. Anyone know what the energy drain is on a smartphone battery of sending music out over Bluetooth versus a headphone jack at moderately loud volume? I would assume BT is a lot less power, so battery life could be a big difference.

    1. Bluetooth v4.0 and newer is relatively low-power, but older versions are not. Bluetooth 3.0 can consume 150mA (more than 10-times the draw of 4.0)

      Headphones typically only draw 20-35mA in my experience.

      So if you’re comparing relatively modern Bluetooth to headphones, you won’t see a big difference.

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