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Earjax has extremely high standards for a proper listening experience — and you should too. Their precision-crafted design delivers every nuance of every note, so you are guaranteed to hear music as the artists intended, and thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you can get yours with 65% off.

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Critics are raving about the VOXOA Headphones’ CD-quality sound featuring 64 ohm speakers. With a foldable, compact design and clear HD voice audio for taking calls,VOXOA provides a top-of-the-line, wireless listening experience, no matter what’s on your playlist.

And thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you can get them at less than half price for a limited time.

Samsung's EarPods (left) vs. Apple's (right). Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Samsung’s EarPods (left) vs. Apple’s (right). Comparison: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

When Apple’s Greg Joswiak first introduced the EarPods on stage at the iPhone 5 event in 2012, he said they “look unlike any headphone you’ve ever seen before.” Samsung won’t be able to say the same for its new earphones, however, because they are essentially EarPods clones.

It has taken a lot longer than we anticipated, but the South Korean company has finally gotten around to launching an EarPods ripoff of its own, and it’s expected to come bundled with the upcoming Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

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Busy streets and noisy offices can spoil your favorite tunes, but you can block out background noise with a decent pair of noise-canceling earbuds. The Plasma Earbuds are no bigger than the set you’re already using, and they sound even better, because they only let you hear what you want to hear.

They’re nowhere near as expensive as you might think, either. Thanks to Cult of Android Deals, you can get yours for just $11.99 for a limited time — that’s 66% off the regular retail price.

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vQuiet Over-Ear Noise-Canceling Headphones by Velodyne
Category: active noise-canceling, over-the-ear headphones
Works With: most heads
Price: $299

The renaissance of the over-the-ear headphone is at full tilt, and big, flashy cans are everywhere — a phenomenon you can, at least in part, thank Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine for. Thank, because it’s a good thing. Because interwoven among the vast army of styles and sounds arrayed for perusal are headphones that specialize: sets that may travel well, or perhaps sate an appetite for tech frills, or even quiet the noisy world.

Velodyne’s vQuiets specialize in all three of the roles mentioned above. As the name probably suggests, they’re the company’s active noise-canceling set, a task it accomplishes, if not excels at; they’re small and fold well, making them a great traveller’s companion; and the set sports a few tech frills. They even sound pretty good. Despite all that — or maybe because of it — the set feels more like a compromise between traits than a shining star.

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