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The best Sennheiser audio deals for July 2020 are here.

German sound giant Sennheiser has been pumping out high-quality gear for 75 years now, from consumer headphones to stage-ready monitors, microphones, and other performance audio equipment. The brand stands for high-end audio and strong craftsmanship.

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Sennheiser’s products usually don’t come cheap, but right now there’s a wide array of dealsfrom affordable earbuds to premium in-ear monitors, wireless headphones, and more.

Sennheiser CX 2.00I Earphones | $25

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You’ll find plenty of much pricier, higher-end headphones and earbuds below, but if you’re just looking for an affordable pair of wired buds, Sennheiser has those too.

B&H is currently offering the Sennheiser CS 2.00I earphones for iOS devices for $30 off the list price, while the identical CS 2.00G model for Samsung Galaxy phones is the same price.

Sennheiser CX 150BT Wireless Headset | $50

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Sennheiser has knocked $30 off of the price of its Bluetooth wireless in-ear headset right now at Amazon.

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The Sennheiser CX 150BT earbuds are joined by a cord that hangs behind your neck, and the company promises strong noise isolation, comfortable usage, and battery life of up to 10 hours.

Sennheiser Momentum 2 Wireless Headphones | $183

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These are some pretty classy-looking headphones, and even better than the style is the incredible price right now: They’re down to under $200, which is more than 50% off the list price.

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What originally commanded such a high price? Well, they’re packed with active noise cancelling (ANC) smarts and battery life up to 22 hours, paired with Sennheiser’s typically-excellent sound quality. The gorgeous Ivory model isn’t discounted, sadly, but we say save the cash and stick with the sleek black edition.

Sennheiser HD 280 Pro Headphones | $80

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Here’s the most affordable pair of over-ear cans on this list: the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro headphones. According to Amazon user reviews, they’re super durable (especially in cold weather) and do a great job of blocking out outside noise.

Sennheiser says that they have “high ambient noise attenuation” and “accurate, linear sound reproduction,” and they’re $20 off the list price at the moment.

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Sennheiser HD 450BT Headphones | $150

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Save $50 right now on Sennheiser’s HD 450BT Bluetooth wireless headphones at Nordstrom. They offer active noise cancellation and a closed back design, complete with easy folding for portability. Sennheiser pegs the battery life at 30 hours, keeping you immersed in sound while traveling or simply lounging around home, with speedy recharging via USB-C.

Sennheiser XSW 1-835-A Wireless Mic System | $180

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Sennheiser’s XSW 1-835-A is an all-in-one wireless microphone system for presenters and singers, with 10 channels available on a UHF band. Sennheiser has slashed the price via its own official store right now, chopping $120 off the list price.

Sennheiser PXC 550-II Wireless Headphones | $248

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Save more than $100 right now on Sennheiser’s PXC 550-II wireless headphones, which pack active noise cancellation and up to 30 hours of battery life on a charge.

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They also offer one-touch access to your paired smartphone’s virtual assistant, letting you stay connected even when you’re isolated from the noisy world around you.

Sennheiser IE 80S BT | $306

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You don’t have to compromise on quality when it comes to in-ear headphones. Sennheiser’s IE 80S BT Bluetooth wireless headphones have an in-ear design with memory foam for a snug, comfy fit, plus “outstanding accuracy and a breathtaking soundstage from a sleek neckband design,” says the company.

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They’re $194 off the list price right now at Amazon and even come with a carrying case.

Sennheiser RS 175 RF Wireless Headphone System | $198

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While Sennheiser has an array of Bluetooth wireless options, this headset is something different. These wireless cans are connected by RF signal and are meant to stay inside your home, with the base station linked up to your entertainment setup.

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They’re meant to provide privacy while watching TV or movies, and can be helpful for the hard of hearing as well. Amazon customers give them a hearty 4.4-star rating, and they’re $82 off as of this writing.

Sennheiser Memory Mic | $100

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Record audio with ease thanks to the Sennheiser Memory Mic, a wireless, clip-on microphone that’s ideally suited for journalists, content creators, students, and anyone else that might need to capture a bit of audio on the fly.

It’ll capture up to four hours’ worth of 16-bit/48 kHz audio within, and it syncs to your phone via Bluetooth to easily transfer the recordings as needed. It’s down from the list price of $200 right now—a 50% savings.

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Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless Earbuds | $178

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Not keen on Apple’s AirPods? Sennheiser has its own take on the truly wireless earbuds craze, with Momentum buds that fit snugly into your ear without pesky cords getting in the way.

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These Momentum buds last about four hours per charge and come with a carrying case that holds two additional full charges to top them up, plus they have touch controls on the outside of the buds. They’re down $122 from the list price.

Sennheiser GAME ONE Gaming Headset | $169

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Sennheiser might not be a widely known quantity in the gaming world, but the company caters to that crowd as well. The GAME ONE headset is a higher-end option that works with all platforms, whether you’re on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, or something else.

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XXL plush velour ear pads should keep these cans cozy while gaming, while the flip-to-mute mic should come in handy. This headset usually sells for $250, but it’s down 32% at Amazon right now.

Sennheiser SP 20 ML Speaker Phone | $126

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This Sennheiser speaker phone has a retro allure, but it’s a properly modern device: It connects to a smartphone or computer to enable crisp, clear audio and conversation on calls.

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Sure, it’s ideally suited for businesses—but if you anticipate working from home for the next several months and taking a steady flow of calls, then it might be worth it. That’s especially true since it’s discounted heavily from its usual $200 price point.


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