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Apple has launched a new Beats Studio Pro earbuds that bring noise cancellation and Transparency mode for $150.
The Huawei FreeBuds 4i have Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology and deliver decent audio playback for under $200.
Bowers and Wilkins have released two new True Wireless (TWS) in-ear headphones, one featuring next generation aptX Adaptive technology for streaming high-resolution sound.
Huawei has released new true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones, featuring active noise cancellation (ANC), a large, high density battery, and good audio quality.
Amazon Australia is running a promotion that's discounting select Jabra earbuds down to bargain-worthy prices.
Sony's WF-1000X M3s were already one of the best alternatives to the Apple AirPods out there. Addicted to Audio are making them even easier to recommend.
There are plenty of alternatives to Apple's AirPods out there if you're willing to look. If you're looking to make the jump to true wireless headphones, these are the earbuds you'll want to browse before you buy.
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