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These $200 noise-cancelling headphones are just $50 right now

The 1Voice AXR Bluetooth Headphones offer comfort and convenience without sacrificing sound quality.
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While Bluetooth headphones are more convenient than their wired counterparts, they often lack the low-end depth and high-end clarity that most serious listeners expect from a more traditional pair of over-ear headphones. The 1Voice AXR Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones combine wireless convenience with high-definition sonics and comfort, and while they're normally $200, you can get a pair for $50 today.

Unlike other wireless headphones that skimp on sound, these uniquely powerful and comfortable headphones offer rich bass and detailed highs along with a solid midrange.

Thanks to active noise-cancelling technology they can eliminate up to 90 percent of outside noise, making them a perfect choice for frequent flyers. The earpieces are soft enough that you'll be able to listen for hours without experiencing fatigue, and they're rated to last up to 12 hours on a single charge.

The 1Voice AXR Headphones come with a handy storage pouch, charging cables, and a six-month manufacturer's warranty. If you want an affordable pair of wireless headphones that won't skimp on sound quality, pick up a pair today for just $50.

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