'Just as good if not better than Beats or Bose': These top-notch headphones are on sale for only $60

Rudie Obias
·3-min read

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This sale is music to our ears! (Sorry, couldn't resist.) (Photo: HSN)
This sale is music to our ears! (Sorry, couldn't resist.) (Photo: HSN)

There’s no shortage of incredible wireless headphones out there, with the Bose 700, Sony WH-1000XM4, Beats Studio3 and the Apple AirPods Max leading the pack. But you're gonna pay upwards of $550 for all that state-of-the-art-ness. Yikes! Good news though: There’s no need to spend a lot to get your hands (or shall we say ears?) on an awesome set of phones.

To wit: The Zvox AV50 AccuVoice Noise-Canceling Bluetooth Headphones will let you rock out in style all day long. Best of all? And they’re on sale for just $60 at HSN, down from $150 — that’s a gobsmacking $90 off and the lowest price ever on these headphones.

And if you’d rather not pay $60 at once (and, really, why should you?), HSN lets you opt for three 'FlexPays' of just $20, with no interest at all. Plus, you get free shipping!

New to HSN? You can get an additional $20 off with promo code HSN2021 at checkout. This would bring the price down to just $40, or $110 off for first-time HSN shoppers. Talk about beginner's luck!

Premium audio

Originally priced at $150, these Zvox AV50 AccuVoice Noise-Canceling Bluetooth Headphones pump out immersive audio with clear and robust tones and deep and thumping bass. They’re also extremely comfortable to wear for long periods of time, thanks to their cushy earcups and headband. See these wireless headphones in action here.

"These are my favorite noise-canceling bluetooth headphones, and the built-in mic makes it easy to take calls," raved a delighted five-star reviewer. "The Zvox AV50 headphones easily connect to all my devices. The fit is comfortable. They re-charge quickly. I love their little case, and I would buy them again."

YES: Buy these headphones! NO: Don't wear them while you're crossing train tracks. (Photo: HSN)
YES: Buy these headphones! NO: Don't wear them while you're crossing train tracks. (Photo: HSN)

Lasting battery life and long range

The headphones have a pretty long Bluetooth range too, so you can keep your phone in one room and jam out in another. And with up to 12 hours per charge, you can make it through an entire work day (including overtime!) without skipping a beat or being tethered to a wall outlet. 

"I was really impressed with the packaging and the quality of the headset itself." shared a satisfied HSN shopper. "I can use these things all day — as a matter of fact, about three days straight — before I have to charge the battery. It sounds like I'm listening to a $500 set of headphones."

Meanwhile, the wireless headphones come with a handy carrying case so you can stash them and their included USB charging and 3.5mm Aux cables all in one place. You'll also get a user manual and a one-year limited warranty from Zvox, who also make stellar wallet-friendly TV sound bars too.

At just $60 (was $150), the Zvox AV50 AccuVoice Noise-Canceling Bluetooth Headphones are an excellent pick with the audio quality and superb noise-canceling that you’d expect from higher-end models like Bose, Sony and Beats. Our advice? Snag a pair now before they sell out.

"These are awesome headphones for this wonderful price," added another five-star reviewer. "I feel they are just as good if not better than Beats or Bose headphones. The sound is crisp and clear, and the bass is awesome....Trust me, you won't be sorry when you receive them. I have tried many headphones in the past and these are No. 1. Order them and get ready to really enjoy your music."

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