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Score the best price to date on the noise-cancelling Beats Solo Pro wireless headphones

Late last year, Apple surprised us with the launch of the Beats Solo Pro wireless headphones (opens in new tab). The noise-cancelling on-ear cans retail for $300 and have rarely dropped from that price since. However, right now, you can snag them at a $70 discount (opens in new tab) via Amazon in the color of your choice. At $229.95, this is the lowest we've seen them go since their release though the price could jump back up at a moment's notice. The deal is also available at Best Buy (opens in new tab) and Target (opens in new tab) so you can take your pick.

Target RedCard (opens in new tab) will save an extra 5% on the purchase, so that could end up being the best option if you're already a cardholder.

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Turn on ANC to block out external noise or switch to transparency mode to stay aware of your surroundings. Enjoy exceptional audio quality, up to 22 hours of playtime, and fast charge via the built-in Lightning port. A few colors are at this price.

The Beats Solo Pro seperate themselves from the Beats Solo 3 (opens in new tab) with the addition of Active Noise Cancellation as well as an updated design. They also have Transparency mode, similar to AirPods Pro (opens in new tab), so you can choose to block out external noise or remain aware of your surroundings. Their battery lasts for 22 hours with ANC or Transparency mode enbaled, or up to 40 hours with those fancy modes turned off. Once the battery runs flat, you can juice them up quickly via Lightning and gain three hours of playback from just 10 minutes of charging.

You can pair your Beats Solo Pro easily to your Apple devices just like you would with AirPods or Powerbeats Pro earbuds thanks to the included H1 wireless chip. You'll also be able to use hands-free "Hey Siri" voice commands. Despite being tightly integrated with Apple devices, the Beats Solo Pro work with non-Apple gear over Bluetooth as normal. You can also buy a Lightning to 3.5mm cable (opens in new tab) if you want to plug them into a device that still has that connector.

Take a look at our in-depth Beats Solo Pro review for everything you need to know about these headphones. We bestowed our Recommended award upon the new Beats cans and praised their audio balance, build-quality, and H1 chip. If you are after some true wireless earbuds for working out, the Powerbeats Pro (opens in new tab) are also $50 off in every color right now.

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at [@adamoram](