Sony’s WF-1000XM4 in-ear buds complete with industry-leading noise cancellation functionality are currently discounted. For those that act now, an 11% discount is in place, taking the price of Sony’s earbuds down to just $248.

One of the main concerns with this type of product is the potential for outside interference. Thankfully, companies like Apple and Sony have been leading the way when it comes to integrating noise-cancelling technology into earbuds. With the WF-1000XM4, Sony is championing the fact that all you get is your own sound thanks to the fact that the outside world is kept out.

Sony’s redesign includes the introduction of the Processor V1, which has been designed by Sony, and that is charged with cancelling out more noise than ever before. The earbuds also come with a brand new driver that offers more performance and is paired with newly designed noise-sensing microphones to give a truly exceptional experience.

In addition to a wonderful audio experience, the earbuds also offer crystal clear call quality for incoming and outgoing calls, all-day battery life when you combine the earbuds with the provided charging case, and a water-resistant outer coating that allows the headphones to be used in a variety of different environmental conditions.

The earbuds have Alexa built-in for an excellent hands-free experience. Sony has included an ergonomic surface design that has been crafted to perfection for the shape of the ear. And there is a wonderfully stable Bluetooth connection that is designed to stay connected to the streaming device without any lag or interference.

Everything that you need to make this purchase is listed on the direct link below. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price but this reduction is likely to disappear soon. If you want to grab Sony’s in-ear earbuds for just $248, then act right now!

Buy: Sony Industry Leading Noise Canceling Truly Wireless Earbud Headphones from Amazon: $248 | Original price: $280

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