If you're still using the terrible earbuds that came with your phone, it's past time for an upgrade. Luckily, the web is littered with great headphone deals today, so you have plenty of options to choose from.
First up, Amazon's offering Audio Technica'a ATH-M50x headphones for $129, matching an all-time low. This is the detachable cable variant of the venerable ATH-M50s that you voted as one of your favorite pairs of headphones on Lifehacker, and which can be seen on many a head throughout the Gawker offices. [Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones, $129]
If you like the look of the M50s, but don't want to spend quite so much, you can opt for the lower-end ATH-M40x for $79, or the ATH-M30x for $55. Note that you'll have to choose Amazing Deals Online as the Amazon seller for both of those deals (the links should send you to the right place, but double check), and use promo code ATH20OFF.
- Audio Technica ATH-M40x ($79) | Amazon | Promo code ATH20OFF. Must choose Amazing Deals Online as the seller.
- Audio Technica ATH-M30x ($55) | Amazon | Promo code ATH20OFF. Must choose Amazing Deals Online as the seller.
Want to go wireless? Jabra's Revo Bluetooth headphones have great reviews around the web, and Adam Clark Estes at Gizmodo said they sounded about the same as the excellent Jabra Move Wireless, but with better build quality and ear cup controls. You can score a pair for $90 today, which is 55% off retail, and about $30-$50 off their usual selling price. [Jabra Revo Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headphones, $90]
If you're going to keep a pair of earbuds around as a backup, you'll want something to keep them organized. This ought to do the job. [Quirky Wrapster POP Headphone Cord Manager, $1]
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