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TL;DR: Sony’s impressive WH-1000XM3 wireless noise-canceling headphones are on sale for $279.99, saving you $70.
Eminem may have been talking about giving it your all in a rap battle when he said “you better lose yourself in the music,” but we’re going to apply that to listening to tunes rather than making them.
When you buy a pair of , you want to be able to fully immerse yourself without being pestered by outside noises. Sony’s WH-1000XM3 headphones feature industry-leading noise cancellation that will have you feeling like you’re surrounded by silence.
The impressive headphones retail for $349.99, but right now you can get them on sale for $279.99 in the PCMag Shop, which is owned by Mashable’s publisher Ziff Davis.
These things are truly an awesome piece of technology. Noise cancellation is personalized to you as the optimizer analyzes the sonic characteristics caused by head size, glasses, and hair, giving you the absolute best noise cancellation possible.
You will be checked out of your aural surroundings, but you can check back in at any moment with the Quick Attention feature, which allows you to hear and hold conversations without having to take off the headphones.
The earcups on these headphones are super comfortable for all-day listening. Which you can do, BTW, because the battery lasts up to 30 hours.
Grab the Sony WH-1000XM3 headphones for $70 off right now in the PCMag Shop.