Audio-Technica is well-known for its high-quality headphones and other audio equipment, and right now Amazon's offering Black Friday discounts on a selection of its best products to help you tune out all the excess noise that comes with the holiday season. Today's sale even includes a discount on the ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones which are down to $129 currently. That saves you $20 off their regular price, and they're some of the company's best-rated headphones too.
If you're not looking to spend that much on your next set of headphones, Audio-Technica has options in this sale for as low as $39 such as the ATH-M20x headphones which regularly sell for $10 more. There are a couple models in between the M20x and M50x as well, or you could take a major step up and grab the ATH-M70x Dynamic Headphones for $249 today. That'll snag you one of their best pairs for $50 off its regular price.
There are several USB microphones in Amazon's sale too, including the $69 AT2005USB Cardioid Dynamic USB/XLR Microphone which can normally be found for $10 more. A mic like this could do wonders for your audio quality when it comes to recording podcasts, voice-overs, or even talking on Skype to your friends. You could also use it to speak with other players while gaming. One model — the AT2020USBi Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone — even comes with both USB and Lightning cables so you can plug it into either your PC, Mac, or an iOS device like the iPhone. It's down to $169 today, a discount of $30 off its regular cost.
Other Audio-Technica headphones and microphones are on sale too, so be sure to look through the sale page at Amazon to see if there are any alternatives which might fit your needs better.
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