Don’t miss it! Get 50% off Sony noise-cancelling headphones at Amazon

Sony WHCH710N
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When it comes to high-quality noise-cancelling headphones, Sony is a name you always find on lists of the best options. And while their WHCH710N model is relatively unknown compared to the $350 WH-1000XM4s, they bring big sound and comfort at an amazing price.

Right now at Amazon, you can grab a pair for just $98 — that’s $101.99 off!

Sony WHCH710N headphones: was $199.99, now $98 @ Amazon

Sony WHCH710N headphones: was $199.99, now $98 @ Amazon
At just under a hundred bucks, these noise-cancelling over-ear headphones are a steal. The 30mm drivers produce a clear sound across the entire frequency range, uninterrupted because of their patented ‘Dual Noise Sensor’ active noise cancellation. 

Look past their cryptic model numbering system and Sony’s WHCH710N headphones are a joy that are made even better by this new low price point. For any wireless over-ear cans to be great, they need to nail three things — sound quality, battery life and comfort. 

Sony has nailed all of them, starting at the 30mm dome drivers with a 7-20,000Hz frequency response. This combines with Automatic AI noise cancellation (constantly analyzing the ambient noise around you via two mics and suppressing it by intelligently selecting the best cancellation mode), to produce a thoroughly detailed soundstage that immerses you.

For longevity, the WHCH710Ns can go for up to 35 hours on one charge, which is boosted back up to 100% quickly over USB-C. And the lightweight 218g construction with padding in all the right places and a firm adjustable metal slider for your head size ensures you won’t feel that classic headphone fatigue (they’re not too heavy on your head and they don’t feel like a pincer on your head after a while).

The last time you saw a price anywhere near this good on Sony’s WHCH710N was on Prime Day, so don’t miss out! If you’re shopping around, check out our best headphone deals hub.

Jason England
Content Editor

Jason brought a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag, and he is now the Managing Editor of Computing at Tom's Guide. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.