The holidays are creeping up on us, so get ahead of the curve and save money with the best Amazon Prime Day Australia Audio deals. Whether you’re shopping for a loved one or treating yourself, we hope you’ll find something you enjoy!

The best Prime Day Australia deal are the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Bose is one of the most well-known audio brands in the world, and its flagship headset is one of few that can compete with the Sony WH-1000XM4. If you want a modern design paired with excellent noise cancelling technology, and a good microphone system, get these headphones.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

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Unlike the ever-popular Bose QuietComfort 35 II, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 are free of harsh lines. Instead, Bose went with a nearly seamless elevated design, and responsive touch controls. The ear cups rotate to lie flat against any surface, and can be stowed into a bag, but they don’t fold up toward the headband like the Bose QC 35 II.

The microphone is very good, and can easily handle both professional and casual calls. No matter what your needs are, the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 will perform dutifully. These noise cancelling headphones are an absolute steal for Amazon Prime Day Australia participants.

Take the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus anywhere

Ever since the first generation of Galaxy Buds, Samsung has been on the top of our true wireless earbuds lists. No matter what smartphone you have, the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus are a stellar pair of earphones. The dedicated wing and ear tips make them more comfortable than the AirPods, and the Galaxy Buds Plus sound better too.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus

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The touch controls are easy to operate, and may be customized in the free Galaxy Wearable app, which is accessible to both Android and iOS devices. Samsung smartphone owners have the ability to charge the Galaxy Buds Plus case directly on top of their phones—a benefit of Wireless PowerShare.

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A headset is only as good as its connection strength and battery life, both of which are great with the Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. These use Bluetooth 5.0 firmware and support AAC and the Samsung Scalable codec. Both iPhone and Samsung smartphone owners benefit from reliable, high-quality streaming. Unfortunately, non-Samsung Android users are left to AAC or SBC streaming, the former of which is unpredictable on Android. Even still, this headset is very good and the discounted Prime Day price only sweetens the deal.

Game on with the Beyerdynamic Custom Game headset

Beyerdynamic doesn’t shout to garner the attention of gamers with its Custom Game headphones; instead, the company lets the user decide how they want to design the headset. That’s right, you don’t need RGB-everything to be a gamer, as Beyerdynamic proves with its interchangeable outer plates.

Beyerdynamic CUSTOM Game

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These over-ear headphones are comfortable and leave plenty of wiggle room for even the largest of ears. You’re afforded a 3.5mm detachable cable, and similar cable with a non-removable boom mic. The included boom mic is great for gamers: embedded microphone systems fall short when it comes to transmitting accurate vocal frequencies. It also means that you can replace the microphone if it fails, rather than pay for a brand new headset.

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Customization is the name of the game with the Beyerdynamic Custom Game, and aside from the exterior, you can also customize the headset’s bass response. Adjustable sound sliders reveal or conceal three bass reflex vents, acting like a physical EQ system. You can choose between four options to create the ideal bass response.

The Jabra Elite 75t series can do anything

Whether you’re an experienced athlete or a casual commuter, the Jabra Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t will be a delight. These true wireless earbuds are both extremely durable, though the Elite Active 75t more so, and afford a comfortable fit. One of the best things about the Jabra Elite 75t series has everything to do with software: Jabra released a free noise cancelling update to all pre-existing Elite 75t series owners. This means, the already-versatile headset is now even more useful.

Jabra Elite 75t and Elite Active 75t

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The earbuds share the same dynamic drivers and deliver an exaggerated bass response, which is a bit much for long-term listening. If the bass emphasis proves too much, you can always EQ it down in the Jabra Sound+ app, which is one of the most comprehensive apps on the market.

Microphone quality is quite good, which is what we’d expect from a company that made its name in the professional headset arena. Listeners of all stripes will get plenty of use out of these earbuds, and they’re a great deal during Prime Day!

Block out background noise for less with the Sennheiser PXC 550-II

Few audio companies have been around quite as long as Sennheiser, and the company knows how to craft a brilliant product. The Sennheiser PXC 550-II showcase the best of what Sennheiser has to offer in the consumer audio space: noise cancelling, battery life, and sound quality are all superb.

Sennheiser PXC 550-II

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Sennheiser combines touch and tactile button controls, giving users a variety of ways to take control of their headsets. The absent power button may befuddle some initially, but don’t worry: rotating the right ear cup powers the headset on and off. Despite the over-ear build, these headphones are travel-friendly as they fold flat and can compact for storage in the provided carrying case.

Microphone quality is very important, and Sennheiser doesn’t disappoint. The headset does a very good job of relaying vocals while simultaneously blocking out background noise. This headset can be found for less than the Sony WH-1000XM4 and Bose Headphones 700 any day of the week, and are an even better deal during Prime Day for Australian residents.

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Jabra Elite Active 45e: A woman wearing the earbuds.

The Jabra Elite 45e ear hooks are easy to shape to the back of your ear for a secure, long-lasting fit.

  • Audio-Technica ATH-ANC20 QuietPoint: These portable noise cancelling earbuds are a great option for listeners who don’t have room or the desire to lug full-fledged headphones around.
  • Beyerdynamic Soul Byrd: If you listen to podcasts before bed, or like to take naps with music playing, these are the most comfortable earbuds around. They also have an integrated mic and remote module.
  • Bose SoundLink Color IIThis is a great portable speaker for someone who wants more volume than the UE Wonderboom or SoundLink Micro can output.
  • Bose SoundSport Free: Athletes should consider these great-sounding true wireless earbuds if they want their earbuds to stay in place. Yes, these buds are large, but the earbuds keep them secure.
  • Edifier TWS1: Need something cheap that just works? Check out these cheap totally wireless earbuds by Edifier.
  • Jabra Elite Active 45e: Anyone who puts their audio products through the ringer should get Jabra’s durable buds. These can withstand dust and water; in fact, you can even submerge them for a bit without damage.
  • Marshall Major II Marshall Stanmore II Voice: Smart speakers are gaining popularity, and Marshall’s offering is as gorgeous as it is functional.
  • Sennheiser HD 450BT: Maybe you thought the Sennheiser PXC 550-II was expensive, still. That makes perfect sense, and in that case, let us point you toward the HD 450BT noise cancelling headphones, an economical alternative.
  • Sony WH-1000XM3They’re pretty much as good as the Sony WH-1000XM4, but don’t offer multipoint. They may be a generation old, but what makes headphones awesome is that they don’t always need to be the latest to be great.

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