Costco Costco.ca: Sony Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones $199.99 (regularly $244.99) Sony Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones $200!

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Ditch the headphone jack forever with this deal from Costco.ca, because you can get a set of Sony Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones for $199.99 (regularly $244.99) with free shipping, for a total savings of $45.00!

The $199.99 price matches the historical low seen last August and for comparison, the same headphones are currently $399.99 at Sony. Product features include:

  • Lightweight and foldable with soft ear pads for comfort
  • Digital noise-cancelling reduces ambient noise so you only hear studio-quality sound
  • Touchpad controls to change volume and skip tracks by touching your ear cup
  • Up to 28 hours of battery life
  • NFC One-touch for instant connectivity
  • Includes carrying pouch, connection cable and USB cable

This offer is available until March 14 online and in Costco warehouses -- a Costco membership is not required to shop online. Shipping fees are included in the list price and these headphones are only available while supplies last, so get one before stock is gone!

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    • FYI H900N is basically the same as MDR-1000x (First gen) except its look. Good value for 200 bucks.
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    • thanks OP, will get one this weekend.
      i had to sell my xm3 because it doesnt work outside when its 0 degrees and below, does this one experience the same issues during winter?
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    • Thanks OP! Been waiting for this to drop
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    • DimsumDeals wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 12:52 pm
      thanks OP, will get one this weekend.
      i had to sell my xm3 because it doesnt work outside when its 0 degrees and below, does this one experience the same issues during winter?
      I have the XM3s and they work fine outside in below 0 weather. This hasn't been over long periods of time but waiting at a bus stop outside (in -15C or lower) for 15 minutes didn't cause any issues for me.
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    • Was looking at these this weekend and almost pulled the trigger. Will probably do it now. Thanks op.
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    • Can these be used with an aux cord too? My dad wants one for the airplane, but he like to plug into to Aux and watch movies on the plane.
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    • Hmmmm, these or the Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 currently on sale at Best Buy for $160?
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    • TripleHelix wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 1:23 pm
      I have the XM3s and they work fine outside in below 0 weather. This hasn't been over long periods of time but waiting at a bus stop outside (in -15C or lower) for 15 minutes didn't cause any issues for me.
      Good for you man. I am not the only one experiencing this odd issue though, it was basically unusable for me to use outside.

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    • IndusVally wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 1:35 pm
      Hmmmm, these or the Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 currently on sale at Best Buy for $160?
      I think the consensus is that the backbeats are decent headphone. they do not fold down like these. much bulkier.
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    • Agreed. I have the backbeats. Excellent sound imo!

      But I hear and read good reviews in the Sony.

      Must resist .
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    • freewheelin76 wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 1:37 pm
      I think the consensus is that the backbeats are decent headphone. they do not fold down like these. much bulkier.
      Yeah, I'm most likely going to go for the Backbeats. And I'll only be using them at home, so the bulkiness wouldn't be an issue.

      I currently have an old pair of Monster Inspirations, assuming either one of these would provide a noticeable sound quality upgrade?
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    • ekcivichb wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 1:31 pm
      Can these be used with an aux cord too? My dad wants one for the airplane, but he like to plug into to Aux and watch movies on the plane.
      Had to look into this for myself. It accepts normal 3.5mm connectors and comes with a male-to-male cable. When wired, it can be used passively (without using the battery) but the sound quality is noticeably degraded. Ref: https://helpguide.sony.net/mdr/whh900n/v1/en/
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    • WHITEMARKET wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 1:54 pm
      Had to look into this for myself. It accepts normal 3.5mm connectors and comes with a male-to-male cable. When wired, it can be used passively (without using the battery) but the sound quality is noticeably degraded. Ref: https://helpguide.sony.net/mdr/whh900n/v1/en/
      cool thanks!
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    • I have been using these headphones for about a year now - purchased from Costco at the same price. These things are excellent! I use them almost daily at work and I have recently brought them on a 13 hour flight and they make a night and day difference. For comparison sake, I also have a set of Bose QC25, and I feel like these Sony's sound better, the noise cancelling on the Bose is a bit better but not by much.

      These come with a soft carry bag, usb charging cable and an audio cable that you can use to plug into the infotainment system on airplanes/headphone jacks. Battery lasts for days on a single charge.

      I highly recommend these.
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    • metallicloud wrote:
      Mar 5th, 2019 11:55 am
      FYI H900N is basically the same as MDR-1000x (First gen) except its look. Good value for 200 bucks.
      This is quite wrong. The ANC is twice as effective at lower frequencies on the 1000x

      The 1000 series also folds nicely flat which is really nice if you’re travelling a lot.

      https://www.rtings.com/headphones/tools ... 0n/412/617
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    • Sorry unrelated question.

      My wife and i would like to watch tv both wearing our own headphones connected to the tv.

      What is the best option for this?
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    • How do these compare to the Sennheiser HD4.50 or the Audio Technica ATH M50xBT?

      I mostly care about comfort and sound quality.
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