All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, regardless of our parent company. Some of our stories include associated links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an associated commission.
Amazon reduced the price of Apple’s AirPods Pro to $ 190 during Prime Day last month, and now you can get the same price via Woot. The retailer owned by Amazon has an exclusive contract for Prime members that deducts $ 60 from the normal price AirPods Pro – and while it’s not the cheapest we’ve seen (they scored $ 169 during Black Friday last year), it’s still a solid sale for those who missed the previous opportunity.
While it is AirPods Pro at the moment they are almost two years old, they are still the best sound headphones that Apple produces. Professionals have a built-in amplifier and use an adjustable EQ, which automatically adjusts the low and mid frequencies to each user’s ear. They also fit much better than standard AirPods thanks to interchangeable ear tips and make decent exercise headphones thanks to their IPX4 water resistance.
We also appreciate the active noise cancellation on AirPods Pro – it’s powerful enough to block the noise around you at your home or work, and you can also quickly jump into transparency mode when you need to participate in a conversation. Like other Apple headphones, the AirPods Pro uses a built-in H1 chip to work seamlessly with Apple products. Those who primarily use iPhones, iPads, and Macs will enjoy how easy it is to switch between talking to AirPods Pro from an iPhone and listening to music from an MacBook Air.
In fact, we think they are AirPods Pro the best wireless headphones for Apple fans – but there are a few that are better for sound and other features. If you are not a major member or are simply not selling on AirPods Pro, you can consider it $ 150 Jabra Elite 75t or new, 280 USD Sony WF-1000XM4, both have good sound quality, excellent ANC and solid battery life. But if you agree to Woot’s deal, just remember that Woot may be owned by Amazon, but it has a completely different return policy it is more concrete and less forgiving. We recommend that you check this before making a final decision.
Follow @EngadgetDeals on Twitter for the latest technology offers and buying tips.