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The latest trending report Global Hearable Devices Market 2020 by Manufacturers Regions Type and Application Forecast to 2025 offered by DecisionDatabases.com is an informative study covering the market with detailed analysis.The report will assist reader with better understanding and decision making.The Hearable Devices market report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and technological innovations.This report also researches and evaluates the impact of Covid-19 outbreak on the Hearable Devices industry, involving potential opportunity and challenges, drivers and risks.We present the impact assessment of Covid-19 effects on Hearable Devices and market growth forecast based on different scenario (optimistic, pessimistic, very optimistic, most likely etc.).Final Report will cover the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.Browse the complete report and table of contents @  https://www.decisiondatabases.com/ip/26030-hearable-devices-market-analysis-reportThe major players covered in Hearable Devices are: Apple Bragi Sony Samsung Starkey Hearing Sennheiser Miracle-Ear Sivantos GN(Jabra) Doppler Audio-Technica Valancell Edifier AKG Earin AB EargoBy Type, Hearable Devices market has been segmented into Headphone Headset Earbuds Hearing AidsBy Application, Hearable Devices has been segmented into:  Consumer Healthcare OthersThe report offers in-depth assessment of the growth and other aspects of the Hearable Devices market in important countries (regions), including:North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)South America (Brazil, Argentina, etc.)Middle East & Africa (Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)Download Free Sample Report of Global Hearable Devices Market @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/contact/download-sample-26030The content of the study subjects, includes a total of 15 chapters:Chapter 1, to describe Hearable Devices product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market driving force and market risks.Chapter 2, to profile the top manufacturers of Hearable Devices, with price, sales, revenue and global market share of Hearable Devices in 2018 and 2019.Chapter 3, the Hearable Devices competitive situation, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers are analyzed emphatically by landscape contrast.Chapter 4, the Hearable Devices breakdown data are shown at the regional level, to show the sales, revenue and growth by regions, from 2015 to 2020.Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, to break the sales data at the country level, with sales, revenue and market share for key countries in the world, from 2015 to 2020.Chapter 10 and 11, to segment the sales by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2015 to 2020.Chapter 12, Hearable Devices market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2020 to 2025.Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Hearable Devices sales channel, distributors, customers, research findings and conclusion, appendix and data source.Purchase the complete Global Hearable Devices Market Research Report @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/contact/buy-now-26030Other Reports by DecisionDatabases.com:Global Headphones Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025Global Audiophile Headphone Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025Global In-Ear Headphones Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025About-Us:DecisionDatabases.com is a global business research reports provider, enriching decision makers and strategists with qualitative statistics.DecisionDatabases.com is proficient in providing syndicated research report, customized research reports, company profiles and industry databases across multiple domains.Our expert research analysts have been trained to map client’s research requirements to the correct research resource leading to a distinctive edge over its competitors.
Audio quality is top-notch, but these true wireless earbuds cut a lot of corners to keep their low price.
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 The global Wireless Audio market was valued at $XX million in 2017, and Radiant Insights, Inc analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2028.This report provides detailed historical analysis of global market for Wireless Audio from 2013-2018, and provides extensive market forecasts from 2018-2028 by region/country and subsectors.It covers the sales volume, price, revenue, gross margin, historical growth and future perspectives in the Wireless Audio market.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-wireless-audio-market/request-sampleLeading players of Wireless Audio including:• Apple• LG• Bose• SAMSUNG (Harman)• LogiTech• Plantronics• Sennheiser Electronic• Sonos• DEI• Vizio• Boston Acoustics• Sony• Shure• VOXX• Philips• YAMAHA• JabraMarket split by Type, can be divided into:• Sound Bar and Wireless Speakers• Wireless Headphones& Earphones• Wireless MicrophoneMarket split by Application, can be divided into:• Home Use• Commercial• Automotive• Other ApplicationsMarket split by Sales Channel, can be divided into:• Direct Channel• Distribution ChannelMarket segment by Region/Country including:• North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)• Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain etc.)• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia etc.)• South America Brazil, Argentina, Colombia and Chile etc.)• Middle East & Africa (South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia etc.)Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-wireless-audio-marketTable of ContentsChapter 1 Wireless Audio Market Overview1.1 Wireless Audio Definition1.2 Global Wireless Audio Market Size Status and Outlook (2013-2028)1.3 Global Wireless Audio Market Size Comparison by Region (2013-2028)1.4 Global Wireless Audio Market Size Comparison by Type (2013-2028)1.5 Global Wireless Audio Market Size Comparison by Application (2013-2028)1.6 Global Wireless Audio Market Size Comparison by Sales Channel (2013-2028)1.7 Wireless Audio Market Dynamics1.7.1 Market Drivers/Opportunities1.7.2 Market Challenges/Risks1.7.3 Market News (Mergers/Acquisitions/ Expansion)Chapter 2 Wireless Audio Market Segment Analysis by Player2.1 Global Wireless Audio Sales and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.2 Global Wireless Audio Revenue and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.3 Global Wireless Audio Average Price by Player (2016-2018)2.4 Players Competition Situation & Trends2.5 Conclusion of Segment by PlayerChapter 3 Wireless Audio Market Segment Analysis by Type3.1 Global Wireless Audio Market by Type3.1.1 Sound Bar and Wireless Speakers3.1.2 Wireless Headphones& Earphones3.1.3 Wireless Microphone3.2 Global Wireless Audio Sales and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.3 Global Wireless Audio Revenue and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.4 Global Wireless Audio Average Price by Type (2013-2018)3.5 Leading Players of Wireless Audio by Type in 20173.6 Conclusion of Segment by TypeChapter 4 Wireless Audio Market Segment Analysis by Application4.1 Global Wireless Audio Market by Application4.1.1 Home Use4.1.2 Commercial4.1.3 Automotive4.1.4 Other Applications4.2 Global Wireless Audio Sales and Market Share by Application (2013-2018)4.3 Leading Consumers of Wireless Audio by Application in 20174.4 Conclusion of Segment by ApplicationChapter 5 Wireless Audio Market Segment Analysis by Sales Channel5.1 Global Wireless Audio Market by Sales Channel5.1.1 Direct Channel5.1.2 Distribution Channel5.2 Global Wireless Audio Sales and Market Share by Sales Channel (2013-2018)5.3 Leading Distributors/Dealers of Wireless Audio by Sales Channel in 20175.4 Conclusion of Segment by Sales ChannelContinued ………Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/electronicsAbout Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge At Best Buy, you can save $60 off the usual cost of Jabra’s Elite 75t truly wireless earbuds, which are one of the best options around if you like a lot of bass in your sound. This price cut brings the black version down to a far more reasonable $120, though you have to be signed in with your Best Buy account to see the deal. Once you’re logged in, a box should appear under the price, allowing you to check a box to knock the price down from the sale price of $150 to $120. This deal lasts until September 12th. If you want a color other than black, the gold beige and titanium black colorways are $150 ($30 off) at Best Buy and at Amazon. Image: Jabra For something far, far more affordable in Jabra’s catalog of wireless... Continue reading…
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We round up some of our favorite audio innovations from IFA 2020, including products from Sennheiser, JBL, and more!
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The first Sonos wireless headphones could arrive soon – with a special feature that Sony can’t compete with.
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The excellent sounding CX 400BT True Wireless earbuds are a more affordable alternative to the Momentum True Wireless II.
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The earbuds drop ANC and some battery life but keep the brand's sound quality
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Audio company Sennheiser has introduced a new pair of true wireless earbuds called the CX 400BT, ones that offer ‘exceptional sound quality,’ deep bass, and more, according to the company. The CX 400BT follows the company’s previously released MOMENTUM true wireless earbuds, this time around offering high fidelity, noise reduction, and more. True wireless earbuds are, of course, the earpieces … Continue reading
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A couple of possible headphone designs are shown off in the patent. | Image: USPTO / Sonos A newly awarded patent suggests that Sonos is still hard at work on its debut pair of wireless headphones, and gives us a look at their possible design and functionality, Protocol reports. The patent shows a couple of designs that look similar to other over-ear headphones from the likes of Sony and Sennheiser. It also mentions support for multiple voice assistants via wake words, as well as Sonos-specific features like integrating with an existing multi-room speaker setup. There have been reports that Sonos is working on a pair of headphones for over a year now. In early 2019 Bloomberg was first to report on their existence, and said that the audio company was working on a pair of headphones that would cost over $300 and would include... Continue reading…
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Image: Sennheiser Sennheiser is today introducing a lower-cost set of true wireless earbuds that slot in below the company’s flagship Momentum True Wireless 2. At $199.95, the new “CX 400BT True Wireless” — so much for simple names, eh Sennheiser? — aim to retain the strong sound quality of the pricier set, though you’re losing out on active noise cancellation. The CX 400BT True Wireless are not what you’d call subtle. They come in either black or white, but there’s no getting around how big they look in the ear no matter which finish you choose. There’s been a trend recently of companies progressing towards more discreet true wireless earbud designs, but Sennheiser obviously isn’t going in that direction. Image: Sennheiser I don’t... Continue reading…
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Latest Audio Equipment Market Report published by Value Market Research, it provides a comprehensive market analysis which includes market size, share, value, growth, trends during forecast period 2020-2026 along with strategic development of the key player with their market share.Further, the market has been bifurcated into sub-segments with regional and country market with in-depth analysis.The research report also covers the comprehensive profiles of the key players in the market and an in-depth view of the competitive landscape worldwide.The major players in the audio equipment market include Sennheiser, Yamaha, Audio-Tehcnica, Shure, AKG, Blue, Lewitt Audio, Sony, Takstar, and MIPRO.This section includes a holistic view of the competitive landscape that includes various strategic developments such as key mergers& acquisitions, future capacities, partnerships, financial overviews, collaborations, new product developments, new product launches, and other developments.Get more information on "Global Audio Equipment Market Research Report" by requesting FREE Sample Copy at https://www.valuemarketresearch.com/contact/audio-equipment-market/download-sampleMarket DynamicsGrowing demand for wireless devices among the tech savvy population is driving the demand for audio equipment.Increasing penetration of smart phones, laptops, and other portable devices with easy access to internet, is generating high demand for wireless devices.On the flip side, regulation imposed by the regulatory authorities and government on high volume of the audio devices resulting into noise pollution, is hampering the overall market growth.The report covers Porter’s Five Forces Model, Market Attractiveness Analysis and Value Chain analysis.
Apple is expected to launch a slew of new products this year, including the rumored iPhone 12, a new Apple TV, an Apple Watch that can track your sleep, and other gadgets. Apple may also have some new accessories in store, like Bluetooth tags that help you find lost items with your iPhone and a wireless charging mat. It's looking like Apple could make a big push into augmented reality by outfitting its new iPhones with 3-D camera sensors, possibly setting the stage for an AR headset. A few of these new products may debut at Apple's WWDC conference on June 22.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Last year was a big moment for Apple product launches. Not only did the company keep with its schedule of releasing a trio of new smartphones and an Apple Watch in September, but 2019 also held a few surprises such as a new iPod touch and two new pairs of AirPods. This year has already been eventful for Apple, as it's launched a new iPad Pro with sensors for augmented reality and a new $400 iPhone called the iPhone SE. If the rumors and reports are to be believed, Apple has a lot more in its pipeline for 2020: most notably its first 5G-enabled iPhones, which are expected to come in the fall. The launches would come as Apple is grappling with supply chain disruptions and weakened demand stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, which has prompted Apple to temporarily close most of its global retail stores and shift to remote work arrangements.  Here's a look at some of the new Apple gadgets we're expecting to see in 2020. SEE ALSO: The new iPhone SE is the smallest and most affordable Apple phone you can buy. Here are 5 types of people it's perfect for. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, which may come in two new sizes and support 5G Apple debuts its new iPhones like clockwork every September, and it's expected to introduce new models this year as well. This year, however, Apple said it expects to receive supply of its next-generation iPhones a few weeks later than usual, suggesting that the phone will likely be delayed. That comes after reports from Nikkei Asian Review and Bloomberg had suggested the next iPhone's debut may be pushed back because of the coronavirus pandemic.   What appears to be more clear are the features we can expect to see. Apple's next-generation iPhones will reportedly come with support for 5G networks, new 3D Lidar sensors similar to those on the new iPad Pro, a new design that's similar to that of the iPad Pro, and updated screen sizes for the certain models, according to reports from Bloomberg, Ming Chi-Kuo, and others.   A new Apple Watch that can track your sleep Apple traditionally unveils its new Apple Watch alongside new iPhones in September, so there's a good chance we'll see the company follow a similar pattern in 2020. The biggest update to this year's Apple Watch could be the addition of sleep tracking technology, a feature that rival watches from Fitbit and others have long offered. Apple has been testing sleep monitoring for the Apple Watch this year and hopes to have the feature ready by 2020, according to Bloomberg. Apple said in June that it's launching a new sleep tracking app for the Apple Watch as part of its watchOS 7 update coming in the fall. It's unclear if this is the sleep tracking feature that Bloomberg was referring to, or if additional sleep monitoring capabilities will be coming to the next watch.  Apple's next smartwatch may also come with the ability to measure blood oxygen levels, according to 9to5Mac. The next-generation watch is also expected to include faster performance  and improved water resistance, according to a note from Kuo obtained by MacRumors.  New Mac computers running on Apple silicon Apple in June unveiled its initiative to design its own Mac chips rather than relying on Intel's processors, saying that the first devices running on these new chips would arrive by the end of 2020. The company didn't reveal any other details about these new Mac computers, but Apple is rumored to be working on a new 14-inch MacBook Pro.  An accessory to help you find lost items with your iPhone Apple is reportedly working on an accessory that can help you find lost items by using your iPhone, according to reports from 9to5Mac and MacRumors. The device would be similar to the Bluetooth tracker Tile, and would likely consist of a small tag to be placed on easily misplaced items like keys and wallets, the reports noted. It would work with the iPhone's "Find My" app.  It's unclear when Apple intends to launch the accessory, if at all, but 9to5Mac and MacRumors have discovered references to the product in Apple's iPhone software. Kuo also said it could launch in the first half of 2020 in a note from January reported by MacRumors. The earlier reports also suggest that the device could be called AirTags, and it may even use augmented reality to point users toward their lost item.  A services bundle that includes Apple TV+, Apple News+, and Apple Music Apple may offer three of its digital services as a bundle subscription in 2020, according to Bloomberg. The company is reportedly considering offering Apple News+, Apple TV+, and Apple Music as one lump offering in a bid to boost subscribers. Such a move would further Apple's push into services, a business division that helped the company offset slowing iPhone sales throughout most of 2019.   A cheaper version of the HomePod Apple may introduce a more affordable version of its HomePod smart speaker this year, according to Bloomberg. The cheaper model would include two tweeters instead of the seven present in the current version. This new HomePod may also be noticeably smaller than the original; a more recent report from Bloomberg said the new HomePod will be about half the size of the original.  Apple unveiled the $350 HomePod in 2017 as a high-end audio alternative to rivals like the Amazon Echo and Google Home. But since the HomePod's launch, firms like Amazon and Google have also placed more emphasis on audio quality though speakers like the Echo Studio and Google Home Max, making it even harder for Apple to differentiate itself and break into the market. A cheaper model could make the HomePod more approachable and appealing to Apple loyalists who were reluctant to shell out $300 for the company's Siri-enabled smart speaker in the past. A pair of over-ear premium headphones Apple's AirPods earbuds are already popular, but the company could be working on new premium over-ear headphones to rival Bose and Sennheiser as well, according to reports from Kuo, Bloomberg, and 9to5Mac. The headphones would be positioned as a high-end alternative to Apple's Beats brand, according to Bloomberg, and Kuo recently predicted that they could be released in the first half of 2020, as noted by MacRumors and 9to5Mac. The headphones may also be customizable like the Apple Watch, according to Bloomberg. Like Apple's AirPods, the new over-ear headphones may be able to automatically play and pause music depending on whether you're wearing them, according to 9to5Mac. But instead of detecting when you place the headphones on and off your ears, the new premium headphones would be able to tell whether they're on your ears or hanging around your neck, the report says.  A new pair of AirPods Apple could be preparing to release another pair of AirPods in the near future, according to YouTube personality and gadget leaker Jon Prosser. Prosser reported in late April that Apple is likely to debut a new pair of AirPods in May that were supposed to be released in March. He didn't divulge any details about the new AirPods, but said they were "ready to go' and would likely be unveiled alongside a new MacBook Pro. That last piece of information didn't turn out to be correct, as Apple unveiled a new 13-inch MacBook Pro on May 4 without any mention of new AirPods. But Prosser was correct when reporting that the new version of the iPhone SE would debut on April 15. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman also said that Apple has a new pair of AirPods in the works, although he did not specify when they would launch or any other details.  A new Apple TV with faster performance Apple could be preparing to launch a new version of its Apple TV set-top box with faster performance. In February, 9to5Mac found files in the developer beta of tvOS 13.4, the latest version of the Apple TV's software, which referenced what may be a new hardware model. The software indicated that Apple could be developing an Apple TV with a chip based on the same architecture as the company' A12 Bionic and A30 Bionic processors, which power the company's recent iPhones. Apple hasn't released a new Apple TV since it launched the 4K-enabled model in 2017. That version runs on Apple's A10X processor, the same chip in the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros from 2017.  A wireless charging mat Apple may launch a small wireless charging mat in the first quarter of 2020, Kuo also said in his note outlining future Apple product launches. The note didn't include any other details about the potential product. But since Kuo described it as being small in size, it likely isn't an AirPower alternative. AirPower was a wireless charging pad that Apple had intended to launch last year, but ended up scrapping because it did not meet the company's "high standards." It would have been able to charge three devices simultaneously, such as an iPhone, an Apple Watch, and AirPods.  A new iMac with 'substantial' upgrades Apple may also have a new version of its iMac all-in-one desktop in the pipeline for this year, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Little is known about what the update would entail, but Gurman said in a recent question-and-answer session on Periscope that it could be a "substantial" refresh. Apple launched a new iMac in August with improved processors, a better camera, more storage and memory, and the same nano-texture coating option available on the Pro Display XDR. But it's unclear if this is the "substantial" refresh that the previous reports had referred to, since this model doesn't feature any major design changes.  Lower-priced iPads The tech giant is also reportedly working on new budget iPads for as early as later this year, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman also reported.  The report doesn't share any specifics. But since Gurman refers to these models as "budget" iPads, it's possible that they could be refreshes of the $329 iPad and $400 iPad mini, which are the cheapest models in Apple's tablet lineup. Possibly Apple's first smart glasses There's a chance Apple could unveil its first pair of smart glasses this year. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman said in October that Apple was targeting a 2020 release date for its AR glasses, but has more recently reported that it plans to launch an AR/VR headset in 2021 or 2022 and smart glasses in 2023. But Kuo has also said that Apple is working with third-party companies on smart glasses that could arrive this year, as the Chinese website MyDrivers reported in October 2019. It's unclear if that report from Kuo references the same products mentioned by Bloomberg.
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A wireless microphone uses a wireless receiver/transmitter and connects via Wi-Fi networks, Bluetooth, and radio frequencies, thereby eliminating cables.The global types of wireless microphones market is expected to reach approximately USD 3.63 billion by the end of 2023 with 8.44% CAGR during forecast period 2017-2023.Shure Incorporated (U.S.), Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG (Germany), Sony Electronics, Inc. (U.S.), Audio-Technica Corporation (Japan), Yamaha Corporation (Japan), LEWITT GmbH (Austria), Samson Technologies Inc. (U.S.), Rode Microphones (Australia), AKG Acoustics (Austria), Blue Microphones (U.S.) and inMusic Brands, Inc. (U.S.) among others.Free Report Sample @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/4590 Market Dynamics of Global Wireless Microphone MarketDriversGrowing adoption of technologyGrowing consumer electronics market and availability of creditGrowing media, booming entertainment industry and sports eventsComfort associated with freedom of movement and handsAvoidance of cabling wear and tear caused by constant stressing the cablesReduction of trip hazards during performanceGrowing number of public events such as conferences and corporate eventsRestraintsFalling profit margins and fragmentation of marketLarge inventory and technological obsolescence which increases operating costsRestrictions in 600 MHz frequency band due to regulationsPossible interference from analogue FM systems, microwave and other devicesCurrent industry trendGrowing market share and CAGR of digital receivers which uses uninterrupted signal such as WiFi over the analog which uses radio frequency prone to interferenceMiniaturisation and aesthetic appealing productsGrowing demand of multi-channel and multi-unit products which allows to switch frequencies according to the transmission strengthShift towards larger bandwidth signalling systemDemand for products with better battery and larger rangeIncrease in use of frequency bands such as 721 MHz - 750 MHz for RF signal transmission applications.Growing demand for products capable of being integrated with other systemsDevelopment of sound analytics software’s and noise cancellation technologyUn-licensed spectrum is an added attractionProduct development such as rechargeable battery options and charging stationsRegional analysis of global wireless microphone marketGeographically, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world.The regional segment is further bifurcated into U.S., Canada, Mexico, UK, France, Germany, China, Japan and India.Regionally, North America accounted for the largest market share which is dominated by the U.S. due to the presence of leading industry participants such as Shure Incorporated (U.S.), Sony Electronics, Inc. (U.S.), Samson Technologies Inc. (U.S.), Blue Microphones (U.S.) and inMusic Brands, Inc. (U.S.).Europe accounts for the second largest market followed by Asia Pacific.Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing market over the forecast period, 2017-2023.Asia Pacific market is expected to be led by China and India due to growing demand from unmet needs.
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The global Earbuds market was valued at $XX million in 2017, and Radiant Insights, Inc. analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2028.This report provides detailed historical analysis of global market for Earbuds from 2013-2018, and provides extensive market forecasts from 2018-2028 by region/country and subsectors.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-earbuds-market/request-sample Leading players of Earbuds including:• Sennheiser• Sony• Shure• AKG• Audio-Technica• Philips• Samsung• JVC• Bose Corporation• Xiaomi• Koss• Decathlon• Logitech• Somic• Shure• Beats• Lava International• Beyerdynamic• Lenevo Market split by Type, can be divided into:• Wired• Wireless Market split by Application, can be divided into:• Fitness• Gaming• Virtual Reality• Music & Entertainment Market split by Sales Channel, can be divided into:• Direct Channel• Distribution Channel Market segment by Region/Country including:• North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)• Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain etc.)• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia etc.)• Middle East & Africa (South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia etc.)Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-earbuds-market Table of Contents Chapter 1 Earbuds Market Overview1.1 Earbuds Definition1.2 Global Earbuds Market Size Status and Outlook (2013-2028)1.3 Global Earbuds Market Size Comparison by Region (2013-2028)1.4 Global Earbuds Market Size Comparison by Type (2013-2028)1.5 Global Earbuds Market Size Comparison by Application (2013-2028)1.6 Global Earbuds Market Size Comparison by Sales Channel (2013-2028)1.7 Earbuds Market Dynamics1.7.1 Market Drivers/Opportunities1.7.2 Market Challenges/Risks1.7.3 Market News (Mergers/Acquisitions/ Expansion) Chapter 2 Earbuds Market Segment Analysis by Player2.1 Global Earbuds Sales and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.2 Global Earbuds Revenue and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.3 Global Earbuds Average Price by Player (2016-2018)2.4 Players Competition Situation & Trends2.5 Conclusion of Segment by Player Chapter 3 Earbuds Market Segment Analysis by Type3.1 Global Earbuds Market by Type3.1.1 Wired3.1.2 Wireless3.2 Global Earbuds Sales and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.3 Global Earbuds Revenue and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.4 Global Earbuds Average Price by Type (2013-2018)3.5 Leading Players of Earbuds by Type in 20173.6 Conclusion of Segment by Type Continued… Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/consumer-goods About Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
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The global Hearables market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and Radiant Insights, Inc. analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2028.This report provides detailed historical analysis of global market for Hearables from 2013-2018, and provides extensive market forecasts from 2019-2028 by region/country and subsectors.Download Free Sample Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-hearables-market/request-sample Leading players of Hearables including:• Apple• Samsung• Sennheiser• Sony• GN (Jabra)• Sivantos• Starkey• Bragi• Doppler• Miracle-Ear• Valancell• Earin• Eargo• AKG• Audio-Technica• Edifier Market split by Type, can be divided into:• Headphone & Headsets• Hearing Aids Market split by Application, can be divided into:• Consumer• Healthcare Market split by Sales Channel, can be divided into:• Direct Channel• Distribution Channel Market segment by Region/Country including:• North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)• Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain etc.)• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia etc.)• Middle East & Africa (South Africa, Egypt, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia etc.)Browse Full Research Report with TOC @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-hearables-market Table of Contents Chapter 1 Hearables Market Overview1.1 Hearables Definition1.2 Global Hearables Market Size Status and Outlook (2013-2028)1.3 Global Hearables Market Size Comparison by Region (2013-2028)1.4 Global Hearables Market Size Comparison by Type (2013-2028)1.5 Global Hearables Market Size Comparison by Application (2013-2028)1.6 Global Hearables Market Size Comparison by Sales Channel (2013-2028)1.7 Hearables Market Dynamics1.7.1 Market Drivers/Opportunities1.7.2 Market Challenges/Risks1.7.3 Market News (Mergers/Acquisitions/ Expansion) Chapter 2 Hearables Market Segment Analysis by Player2.1 Global Hearables Sales and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.2 Global Hearables Revenue and Market Share by Player (2016-2018)2.3 Global Hearables Average Price by Player (2016-2018)2.4 Players Competition Situation & Trends2.5 Conclusion of Segment by Player Chapter 3 Hearables Market Segment Analysis by Type3.1 Global Hearables Market by Type3.1.1 Headphone & Headsets3.1.2 Hearing Aids3.2 Global Hearables Sales and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.3 Global Hearables Revenue and Market Share by Type (2013-2018)3.4 Global Hearables Average Price by Type (2013-2018)3.5 Leading Players of Hearables by Type in 20183.6 Conclusion of Segment by Type Continued… Read all Reports of this category @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/catalog/medical-devices About Radiant InsightsRadiant Insights is a platform for companies looking to meet their market research and business intelligence requirements.
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This report outlines the technology which can help expand your enterprise increase.The problem of the market in the regional and global level is explained through segmentation in the industry report.Key Player Mentioned: Sennheiser, SteelSeries, Cooler Master, Creative Technology, Mad Catz, Hyperx?Kingston?, Corsair, Gioteck, LogitechRequest Sample Copy @t: https://introspectivemarketresearch.com/request/10266The Global Gaming Headset  Market analysts used advanced primary and secondary research techniques and tools to make this report.Market emerging players can use this research study to plan their business strategy and obtain information on future challenges within the market.It provides extensive competitive analysis, including detailed company profiling of key companies, studies of the characteristics and characteristics of competitor environments, and other important studies.Product Segment Analysis: wired Gaming Headset, wireless Gaming HeadsetApplication Segment Analysis: Application 1, Application 2, OtherRegional Segment Analysis: North America (U.S.; Canada; Mexico), Europe (Germany; U.K.; France; Italy; Russia; Spain etc.)The factor that's expected to affect this global market is mentioned within the report that employment rates are rising during investment in emerging economies.Export incentives and powerful trade agreements offered by many competitors are other factors that favor growth rates within the global market.
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  The SteelSeries Arctis Pro Headset and GameDAC come together beautifully to provide premium wired audio and chat support on the PS4 and PC.     The included GameDAC even offers hi-res music playback on PC with support for 24-bit FLAC files from music services like Tidal.      DTS Headphone:X surround sound technology is featured as well, enabling an immersive soundstage.      Though not officially supported, the GameDAC can also work with an Xbox One via an extra 3.5mm cable running from the controller. The use of a proprietary cable to connect the headset and GameDAC is not ideal, but for a wired gaming headset and DAC in this price range, the $249.99 Arctis Pro Headset + GameDAC delivers on all fronts. Table of ContentsGetting the best online gaming experience through the PlayStation 4 or a PC requires the use of one very important peripheral: a headset. With the PS4 there are many different headset models available, and on PC the headset options can feel endless.  Ultimately, what buyers should look for in a headset boils down to a few key attributes: audio performance, chat performance, comfort, durability, and ease of use. You also need to decide whether you want to go with a wired or wireless model. As convenient as wireless headsets have become in recent years, wired headset models, like the SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC, are still better options for buyers who prioritize sound quality. The Arctis Pro + GameDAC package takes things even further by including a dedicated digital-to-analog converter (DAC) for superior audio processing and control. This model also adds some audio elements that are often elusive on the PS4, including the ability to control both the game audio and the chat audio, and a surround sound feature via DTS Headphone:X. But, while the Arctis Pro + GameDAC can appear as a very straightforward package, it's the opposite of no-frills. Both the headset and GameDAC are teeming with features and customization options. The GameDAC is officially compatible with the PS4 and PC (and unofficially with the Xbox One), and indeed those products are the focus. But thanks to an included 3.5mm adapter for the headset and a 3.5mm mobile jack, phones, tablets, and even the Nintendo Switch are not beyond compatibility. As someone with a background in game development, I'm a big fan of sound design and I know how critical headset performance can be during gameplay. Having now spent some serious time with the SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC, I've come away very impressed. The headset and GameDAC are great on their own, but put together, they form an outstanding audio, chat, and surround sound solution. Design The SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC is available in two colors, black and white, and the black unit I used for this review bears all of the company's best signature design elements. Black and dark gray steel and aluminum flow well together with black fabric, rubber, and plastic elements on other areas of the headset, giving the device a defined look. It's a stylish design that is very professional looking without being too gamer or audiophile focused. What's more, the headset's earcups are ringed with an RGB light which, along with the mute light on the mic, can be customized via the SteelSeries Engine app on PC. The earcups feature removable speaker tags and even the unique ski band suspension that wraps around the head can be completely changed. But beyond the headset itself, the very first thing that struck me about the Arctis Pro + GameDAC package was the OLED screen on the compact GameDAC unit. The OLED display is key to the device's functionality, making it pleasing to read, use, and navigate the GameDAC's settings. The rubberized texture on the control wheel is pleasant, and the GameDAC's minor heft is handled well by the rubberized ring that circles the bottom.  The GameDAC (also available separately for $129.99) is powered by an ESS Sabre 9018 DAC contained within the unit. This enables superior audio processing compared to the integrated DACs found on many controllers and sound cards. The look, feel, and size of the GameDAC all present a sense of striking design wrapped in a smart package. Specifications Headset color options: black or white Headset drivers: 40mm neodymium drivers Headset frequency response: 10–40,000 Hz Microphone type: retractable boom Microphone polar pattern: bidirectional noise-cancelling GameDAC frequency response: 5–40,000 Hz GameDAC audio formats: up to 96 kHz, 24-bit Setup and interface The packaging for the Arctis Pro + GameDAC is pretty standard for SteelSeries. It's nice and effective, but not overly elaborate. Before using the headset, I recommend connecting the GameDAC to a PC via Micro USB and then running the SteelSeries Engine app. This way, you can update the firmware, and tweak several of the GameDAC settings and even the Arctis Pro's RGB ring.  The Arctis Pro headset connects to the GameDAC via a proprietary cable, and this connection is one of my least favorite aspects of the package (more on that below). The cable does, however, do a great job of working and staying connected. On the PC, the GameDAC just needs a Micro USB connection, but on the PS4 or PS4 Pro, both a Micro USB and an optical cable need to be connected. The included documentation does a nice job of specifying which sound settings to change on the PS4 and how to change the GameDAC to one of its three input modes: PS4 mode, PC mode, and Hi-Res mode. The GameDAC's menu is very simple to navigate, and between the control wheel and the two buttons, it's easy to set the chat balance, adjust volume, apply basic RGB, set mic volume, and toggle the surround sound option on or off.  There is also a powerful custom equalizer (EQ) with presets for more soundstage adjustments, but I wish that the GameDAC also allowed you to further adjust the surround sound feature beyond just on or off. In the PC app, the surround sound playback can be further adjusted between different presets, like Studio, Game, and Cinema. Another aspect missing from the GameDAC is a microphone mute option. To mute the mic, one must use the button on the headset itself. To get a comfortable fit on the Arctis Pro headset, you'll need to adjust the ski-goggle suspension headband. The ski-goggle band wraps around the unit's metal headband and connects to itself with one Velcro connection. I changed it a few times during my testing as I had others try it on and such, and it's actually much easier to adjust than it first appears. I just let the connection out a little bit and, happily, it then stays right where I want it. Thankfully, the mic on the Arctis Pro is retractable, and it's easy to have it safe and out of the way during an offline cinematic playthrough. There is an included windscreen as well, which I favor using. When playing online I take the mic out and leave it in place. The mic stays put well, and there is a nice thumb-sized microphone mute button behind the left earcup.  The button pops out when the mic is muted and lays flat when the mic is live. This, along with the mic mute RGB option, helps keep me from ever accidentally having a live mic on or forgetting to unmute. The headset has its own volume wheel, but since I use it mostly with the GameDAC or connected directly to my phone, I generally keep the volume wheel on the headset all the way up and use these other devices to adjust output levels. Performance and features As someone who regularly tests gaming products, I'm often asked about surround sound and headsets. Is the feature worth it? Will you use it? And honestly, over the past generation of gaming, my answer has routinely become "no". While wonderful in a home theater, surround sound in headsets can often be a muddy mess. Whether it's a software solution on PC or Xbox One, or a headset specific feature on PS4, the execution often reflects a bad gimmick. So, it is with no small significance that I declare the surround sound on the Arctis Pro + GameDAC to actually be worth using.  I first tried the DTS Headphone:X surround sound feature by watching "Extraction" on Netflix through my PC while fiddling with the settings in the app, and the results are immediately impressive. Sitting down, fully immersed in a movie or 3D game via an effective soundstage is my happy place, and most headsets that promise surround sound can't get there at all. My point here is not to overly praise the surround sound, but to make clear that both the GameDAC and the Arctis Pro headset can supply a soundstage that is significantly nuanced and clear.  I played a lot of "Nioh 2" with the Arctis Pro + GameDAC, and when playing this title, I'm less concerned with the surround sound, and more concerned with being able to communicate with my co-op friends. Anyone who has ever had to play serious co-op while also having to hear a teammate's ceiling fan will appreciate how good the Arctis Pro + GameDAC are at delivering clear communication without having to quash the game's audio. When playing offline, however, the GameDAC does expose some of the game's less than stellar audio cues. But in "The Last of Us Part II," the quality of the production and the painstaking detail of every game environment comes through to stunning effect. It makes for a heightened experience, and I never feel headset fatigue. Using the the GameDAC and Arctis Pro with the in-game home theater setting is my preferred way of hearing the game. Clickers, snow, dripping water, chatter — it's all so satisfying to hear and so enveloping. It's hard to believe that for such a small footprint compared with what a 5.1 home theater takes, the Arctis Pro + GameDAC deliver such a sublime playing and listening experience. There is so much to like about the GameDAC and its audio performance, it can be easy to overlook the Arctis Pro headset itself. While I don't love the proprietary cable, the headset fits well, feels balanced in weight and materials, and strikes a similarly good balance in terms of allowing some air and sound to leak while staying put and keeping me comfortable. My ears and head never hurt after hours of use.  From quiet lurking gameplay to bombastic action and even phone calls, the Arctis Pro headset keeps the audio clear, allowing for details to flourish. Using with the Xbox One The Arctis Pro headset can be plugged directly into an Xbox One controller, including launch era models with a chat adapter, but the GameDAC accessory does not officially support the Xbox One. With that in mind, I was keen to see if I could get the GameDAC to work with the console.  Connecting optical and Micro USB is good enough to get game audio, but as is often the case, not sufficient to enable chat. Fortunately, I found a workaround that I like. The GameDAC has a mobile-in port which, like its name suggests, can be used to connect a smartphone via a 3.5mm cable. I used this connection for pumping music, podcasts, and audiobooks from my phone into the GameDAC while playing games. It also works for calls.  So, with the Xbox One, I just connect the mobile-in port of the GameDAC to the Xbox One controller using a 3.5mm 4 pole cable. On the GameDAC, I set the mode to PS4, and on the Xbox One, I set the optical to bitstream Dolby Digital out and I set the chat mix on the controller all the way to chat.  Hi-Res mode The GameDAC supports Hi-Res audio mode on PC, and the Arctis Pro headset is certified as well. Hi-Res mode enables full 96kHz/24-bit audio support for the best quality playback of hi-res music files. For me, this means being able to play my FLAC albums from Tidal and other places in 24-bit quality.  Since the GameDAC actually has a speaker/stream out port, I can see someone picking up this set and connecting a pair of powered speakers to that port and being very happy with it. For me, however, I think of Hi-Res mode as more of a bonus feature. It's not supported on the PS4 or anything but PC. Hi-Res mode naturally doesn't support surround sound, so when I want to watch a show or play a game, I need to change back to PC mode on the GameDAC in order to use surround sound. Problems with SteelSeries Arctis Pro The main issues I have with the SteelSeries Arctis Pro are related to its cables. The proprietary cable used to connect the headset to the GameDAC is not easy to plug in on either side, and it's not something to try fiddling with in the dark while jumping into a team lobby. It necessitates two extra adapters — a mobile adapter which is included and allows the headset to be plugged straight into a 3.5mm connection, and a 3.5mm GameDAC adapter which lets you use the GameDAC with other headsets. The 3.5mm GameDAC adapter is not included, but is sold directly by SteelSeries for $7.99. The proprietary headset cable is five feet long, which I find to be the right distance between me and the GameDAC. Unfortunately, both the 5-foot Micro USB cable and the 6-foot optical cable are far too short to use with the PS4 or PS4 Pro in any kind of couch situation. My office setup has a dedicated mini USB cable and optical cable for use with PS4, but in my living room I used the SteelSeries cables and had to extend both of them. Optical cable couplers are easy enough to obtain if not as ubiquitous as USB extension cables, but I think SteelSeries could do better with its included cables. Accessories In addition to the 3.5mm GameDAC adapter, there are some nice style accessories available for the Arctis Pro headset. There is a whole line of Arctis Pro Booster Packs that are themed around the upcoming game "Cyberpunk 2077." These packs are sold separately and include two speaker plates and a ski-goggle headband.  It takes about a minute to take the included black speaker plates and black headband off and put on the Booster Pack accessories. The pack that I have for the review is designed by an artist in Chicago, and the transformative effect it has on the Arctis Pro headset is impressive to say the least.  The bottom line There is very little to complain about with the Arctis Pro + GameDAC as the performance, control, fit, and finish are all stellar. It's an amazing bundle that does all the heavy lifting for wired audio and chat needs on the PS4 and PC, and with a little help it can even be used on the Xbox One. With these features in mind, it's easy to see why the Arctis Pro + GameDAC is our current pick for the best wired gaming headset in our full gaming headset guide.  On the downside, some of the included cables are too short to be really useful, and the proprietary cable that runs between the headset and GameDAC can be irksome. Nevertheless, both the Arctis Pro headset and the GameDAC perform exceptionally well on their own and together. Which model should you get?  In addition to the bundle reviewed here, the Arctis Pro headset is available by itself without the GameDAC for $179.99, and the GameDAC can also be purchased separately for use with another headset for $129.99. I think the two devices work so well together that I recommend sticking with the bundle, though both are worthy products on their own. Buying the $249.99 bundle saves you about $60 compared to buying both products separately.  If, however, you happen to already have a quality headset that you like, such as a Sennheiser Game One or a Beyerdynamic MMX 300, then buying the GameDAC on its own could provide a very worthwhile upgrade. What are your alternatives?  When it comes to headsets with included DACs, the main alternative to the Arctis Pro + GameDAC is the Astro A40 TR MixAamp Pro TR, though Turtle Beach has its own take in the Elite Pro 2 Headset + SuperAmp.  Though the two models feature a similar design, I think Arctis Pro + GameDAC is superior to the Astro MixAmp and A40 headset. The GameDAC's usability and feature set are top-notch. I liked the first generation Turtle Beach Elite Pro TAC, but in contrast, the SuperAmp is very Bluetooth dependent in terms of functionality. As for the Elite Pro headset, it puts a premium on noise isolation (likely for tournament settings) that I don't find comfortable. Ultimately, for wired performance on the PS4, the combination of the Arctis Pro + GameDAC is hard to beat. For more gaming headset recommendations suitable for a variety of needs and budgets, be sure to check out our guide to the best gaming headsets. Pros: All-in-one wired solution for excellent chat and audio on PS4, controls on headset and GameDAC, PC support, Hi-Res mode, comfortable, customization options, GameDAC mobile in and line out connections, unofficially works on Xbox One Cons: Included optical cable and Micro USB cable are short, headset cable uses a proprietary connection, GameDAC 3.5mm adapter not included, PC app required for adjusting some settings, no mobile cable included Join the conversation about this story »
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  Good-quality headphones can be expensive, but they often go on sale. We've rounded up the best headphone deals for July 2020. We'll update this list regularly with the top deals. Right now, the Sony WH1000XM3 are on sale $110 off their original price, and the Apple AirPods Pro are on sale for $35 off their regular price. A great pair of headphones can change the way you listen to music. Sure, the random earbuds that you have in your bottom drawer may do the job just fine for some, but if you want to hear nuanced details, well-rounded bass, or a sparkling high-end, you'll need something a little more versatile. If you are in the market for a new pair of headphones, it's worth figuring out exactly what kind of headphones you want. The first step is to determine whether you want in-ear headphones, on-ear headphones, or over-ear headphones. In-ear headphones are more portable than any other headphones, while over-ear headphones are the most comfortable and deep-sounding. On-ear headphones are often considered a good compromise between the two. If you hate wires, you could also get true wireless in-ear headphones, like AirPods, which cut the cables completely.  It's also worth looking into a few headphone brands. If you're an audiophile who wants the best-sounding headphones, companies like Sennheiser, Klipsch, and Shure are worth considering. If you want incredible noise-cancelling headphones or those that work great for day-to-day use, consider those from Sony or Bose. And, if you want plenty of bass and tight integration with your Apple products, look into headphones from Beats or Apple itself. Once you've determined the type of headphones you want, you'll want to figure out what your budget is. These days, you can get solid headphones for under $100, but as with anything, you get what you pay for — and the more you're willing to spend, the better headphones you'll be able to get.  Of course, you don't necessarily have to spend as much as you normally would if you can find a great deal. And that's exactly why we put together this guide for the best headphone deals that you can take advantage of right now. Here are the best headphone deals in July 2020: Sony WH1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Headphones, $238.00 (originally $348.00) at Newegg [You save $110] Apple AirPods Pro, $214.99 (originally $249.99) at Woot [You save $35] Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones (Black), $159.00 (originally $199.95) at Amazon [You save $40.95] Beats PowerBeats 3 Wireless Headphones (Black/Red), $79.99 (originally $199.95) at Amazon [You save $119.96] Prices and links are current as of 07/13/2020. Added Sony WF-1000XM3 and Sony WF-SP800N. Updated by Steven Cohen. Over-ear headphone deals Over-ear headphones may not be the most portable headphones out there, but they generally sound a whole lot better than in-ear headphones, thanks to their larger drivers. They also boast long battery lives and plenty of padding for a comfortable fit. Some models even include smart features — like integration with your digital assistant, noise cancellation, and more. Right now, the best deal available is on the Sony WH1000XM3, which are $110 off their regular price. This model is our current top pick for the best noise-cancelling headphones thanks to their impressive noise cancellation performance and audio quality. Sony WH1000XM3 Noise Cancelling Headphones, $238.00 (originally $348.00) at Amazon [You save $110] Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones, $323.16 (originally $399.95) at Amazon [You save $76.79] V-Moda Crossfade Wireless Over-Ear Headphone, $99.99 (originally $148.86) at Amazon [You save $48.87] Bose 700 Noise Cancelling Headphones, $379.00 (originally $399.00) at Best Buy [You save $20] On-ear headphone deals On-ear headphones are a good compromise between portability and sound-quality. Sure, you won't be able to fit them in your pocket, but they're light-weight enough to easily carry around in a bag or backpack without noticing much of a difference. Unlike over-ear headphones, on-ear headphones rest on your outer ear, but good ones don't do so uncomfortably. The best deal on on-ear headphones right now is for the Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones (Black), which are around $41 off. For that price, you get a bass-forward, well-rounded frequency response, and tight integration with other Apple products. Here are all the best on-ear headphone deals out there right now. Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones (Black), $159.00 (originally $199.95) at Amazon [You save $40.95] Beats Studio 3 Wireless Headphones (Sand Dune), $289.00 (originally $349.95) at Amazon [You save $60.95] Marshall Major III Headphones, $99.99 (originally $120.99) at Target [You save $21] Marshall Mid ANC Headphones, $187.99 (originally $279.99) at Amazon [You save $92] Harman Kardon Soho Wireless Headphones, $59.99 (originally $249.95) at Amazon [You save $189.96] In-ear headphone deals Looking for something portable that you can easily put into your pocket? In-ear headphones are the way to go. We have technically split the in-ear headphones into two categories — so if you're looking for modern true wireless headphones, skip ahead to the next section. The deals below are for wired in-ear headphones, which connect through a cable to your listening device, and wireless in-ear headphones which connect via Bluetooth to your listening device. Unlike true wireless headphones, however, regular wireless in-ear headphones still feature wires to connect each earbud together. When it comes to in-ear headphone discounts available now, the best deal is currently on the Beats PowerBeats 3 Wireless headphones. They're about $120 off their regular price and offer an excellent fit and nice design. Beats PowerBeats 3 Wireless Headphones (Black/Red), $79.99 (originally $199.95) at Amazon [You save $119.96] Bose SoundSport Wireless Sports Bluetooth Earbuds, $99.00 (originally $149.00) at Walmart [You save $50] JBL Reflect Contour 2 Wireless In-Ear Headphones, $49.99 (originally $99.99) at Best Buy [You save $50] Jaybird Tarah Wireless In-Ear Headphones, $50.99 (originally $99.99) at Best Buy [You save $49] True wireless in-ear headphone deals Perhaps you want to avoid wires all together with a pair of true wireless headphones. These headphones feature separate earbuds that connect wirelessly to each other and to your listening device. A good example of true wireless headphones are Apple's AirPods Pro — which are on sale right now for $35 off their regular price.  Apple AirPods Pro, $214.99 (originally $249.99) at Woot [You save $35] Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, $169.00 (originally $199.00) at Amazon [You save $30] Apple AirPods, $134.00 (originally $159.00) at Amazon [You save $25] Sony WF-1000XM3 True Wireless, $178.00 (originally $229.99) at Best Buy [You save $51.99] Sony WF-SP800N True Wireless, $148.00 (originally $199.99) at Best Buy [You save $51.99] Skullcandy Sesh True Wireless, $29.99 (originally $59.99) at Best Buy [You save $30] Jabra Elite Active 65t True Wireless, $139.99 (originally $169.99) at Best Buy [You save $30] For more headphone recommendations, check out our various headphone buying guides: Best true wireless earbuds Best earbuds Best noise-cancelling headphones Best over-ear headphones Best stylish headphones Best wireless Bluetooth headphones
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