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The world is full of evil sounds -- car horns, angry children, laughing children, nails on a chalkboard. Just thinking about it makes us cringe, and we haven't even mentioned Weezer yet. There's only one thing you can do to protect yourself from these evil sounds, and that's to drown them out with headphones and speakers. But which headphones and speakers? We got some ideas straight from the Cracked Shop.
If you want a retro look with futuristic technology, then these are the headphones you've been waiting for. It's got 1.2 m audio cables, a standard 3.5 mm mini-jack as a Bluetooth alternative, and on-device controls with a touch interface -- all wrapped in a style that wouldn't look out of place in the 1970s.
Normally $299, you can get your B&O H4s in the Cracked Shop for just $153 this week with code WEEKEND15.
If you don't already sing in the shower, this waterproof Bluetooth speaker is the inspiration you've been waiting for. There's no better way to start your morning then belting into your bar of soap like it's a microphone and you're Adele.
Normally $49.99, you can get this Bluetooth shower speaker in the Cracked Shop for $11.05 with code WEEKEND15.
Headphones are the obvious choice for personal listening, but what about portable parties? The Oontz Splash-Proof portable speaker comes with seven hours of battery life and 10 watts of peak power, guaranteeing that you and everyone around you will have the tunes you need when they're needed.
Normally $54.99, you can get yours in the Cracked Shop for just $24.64 with code WEEKEND15.
Since the speaker cores of Treblab X2 True Wireless Earbuds are made out of beryllium, you're literally listening with star-stuff. Seriously, your music will be powered by space, and if that's not something to brag about at parties, then nothing is.
Normally $149.97, you can get your Treblab X2 in the Cracked Shop for just $51 with code WEEKEND15.
Oomo uses a patented acoustic structure to separate the sound frequencies of your music and create virtual 5.1 surround sound (that's the full theater experience). It's quite the ambitious promise, and it will make all the difference in how you listen to the Moana soundtrack.
Normally $129.95, you can get the Oomo 3D 5.1 Virtual Bluetooth Earphones in the Cracked Shop for just $84.39 with code WEEKEND15.
If you're working out effectively, there'll be sweat dripping off your face, causing most earbuds to fall right off your head, ruining the podcast that's reminding you why you exercise. But these fitness Bluetooth headphones hook to your skull and are ergonomically designed to stay lodged in your ear canals.
Normally $119, you can get the True Wireless Fitness Bluetooth in the Cracked Shop for $38.25 with code WEEKEND15.
Move over Batman, because these wireless noise-cancelling headphones are the literal definition of a silent guardian. Using Sound2.0 technology and aptX active noise-cancellation, you'll end up with top-grade sound underneath everything getting blocked out.
Normally $259.99, you can get TREBLAB Z2 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones in the Cracked Shop for just $67.15 with code WEEKEND15.
The amazing ergonomic design (a fancy phrase that means these earbuds are really comfy) keeps these tiny wireless earbuds stuck right where you want them. And the 10 hours of battery life mean you won't get stranded listening to white noise.
Normally $149.99, you can get the FireFlies True Wireless in the Cracked Shop for just $46.75 with code WEEKEND15.
Looking after your earbuds is important, and protecting them while they charge is ideal. That's why the GearBuds True Wireless Earbuds are so clever. When you're not using them, you can top off your batteries simply by depositing them in the case.
Bluetooth headphones aren't much good for music when the batteries are dead. You could use them as tiny drums, but they're generally too small and light to be very effective at that. That's why the extended battery life of these TaoTronics Wireless Bluetooth Headphones is so useful. We're talking 20 hours on a single charge.
Normally $64.99, you can get yours in the Cracked Shop for just $45.90 with code WEEKEND15.
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