Apple’s wonderful AirPods Pro hardware complete with a wireless charging case can be purchased on Amazon right now with a 21% discount applied. The offer takes the usual selling price down from $249 to just $197 but isn’t likely to last for long.

In addition to offering wonderful, high-quality audio, Apple’s AirPods Pro come with additional features and offerings that definitely make them stand out from the competition. When you’re listening to your chosen music, it stands to reason that you want to block out the external environment so that you can concentrate on your chosen audio. The active noise cancellation functionality makes sure that your chosen audio is front and center.

Apple has also added a Transparency Mode that lets the outside world in whenever the wearer wants to actually hear what is going on around them. The AirPods Pro contains microphones that are tasked with detecting noise from both inside and outside the ear and then countering it with equal anti-noise in order to give a relaxing and pleasurable audio experience. There are also three sizes of silicone tips for a comfortable fit with inclusive vents designed to keep the pressure equalized on both sides of the earbuds.

The hardware also comes with a custom speaker driver, a high dynamic range amplifier, and Apple’s own H1 headphone chip that is all designed to work together to produce a superior sound in a compact design system. The wireless charging case is also designed to keep the AirPods Pro charged on the go and is compatible with Qi-compatible chargers.

Everything that you need to get Apple’s AirPods Pro for just $197.00 is listed below! Head on over to the direct link to fill in any blanks that you may have about the product and to make the purchase. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: Apple AirPods Pro from Amazon: $197 | Original price: $249

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