Billboard Buys: Beats by Dre Offering Latest Headphones for Under $200

Target's Beats by Dre deal has the headphones on sale for $199. This is the cheapest price we're seeing online and the first time these brand new Beats headphones have been under $200.

Billboard Buys: Beats by Dre Offering Latest Headphones for Under $200

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Beats by Dre is no stranger to the audio game, having been making top-rated headphones, earbuds and speakers for almost 15 years. Now, one of the company’s newest products is getting a mark down online, making it our pick for this week’s Billboard Buy.

The Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones came out last June, and are one of the best-reviewed headphones online, with up to 22 hours of playtime, big, booming sound, and the latest Bluetooth technology, which means better connectivity and fewer drops.

Regularly, $349.95, Target’s Beats by Dre deal has the headphones on sale for just $199 — a whopping $150 off. This is the cheapest price we’re seeing online and the first time these brand new Beats headphones have been under $200.

Can’t score the Target deal? Amazon’s Beats by Dre deal has the headphones on sale for just $299, cheaper than Beats’ own site.

Studio3 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones features what the company calls “pure adaptive noise canceling” (pure ANC), which works to actively block out external noises like traffic, birds and conversation. Get a quieter, more immersive listening experience when you turn the ANC feature on.

Music-wise, Beats has always been known for dynamic, wide-ranging sound, and these Studio3 headphones deliver, with a well-balanced mix of highs and mids, and full, pulsating bass. Beats says the headphones are equipped with real-time audio calibration, which constantly works to adjust the track so it’s at its most pristine quality.

A single charge gets up to 22 hours of playtime. A quick 10-minute charge gets you up to three hours of play. The totally wireless headphones are great for commuting, for the office, or for travel. With noise-cancelling, they’re great when you want to put on some music and tune out your roommates or family members too.

This set includes the Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones, a carrying case, 3.5mm RemoteTalk cable, Universal USB charging cable, quick start guide, and warranty card. Get the Target deal here to pick up the Beats Studio3 headphones for just $199. Prices were active as of this writing, but like most Beats by Dre deals, this sale could end at any time, so we recommend adding to cart now.

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A Live-to-Film Experience of Tim Burton’s ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ Is Coming to Los Angeles

The Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles is hosting a live-to-film concert experience of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas on Friday, October 29, 2021.

A Live-to-Film Experience of Tim Burton’s ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ Is Coming to Los Angeles

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Boys and girls of every age, wouldn’t you like to see something strange? And by strange, we mean a live concert after more than a year of quarantine.

The Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles is hosting a on Friday, October 29, 2021. The Halloween show will feature Danny Elfman — who composed the original film’s music, lyrics and score — reprising his original role of Jack Skellington. Additional original voices and special guest stars will be revealed at a later date.

Conductor John Mauceri will conduct a full orchestra and choir performing the film’s score and songs live, along with Elfman singing live in sync with the film. The evening will also include a variety of pre-show activities, including a costume contest and trick-or-treating.

“Jack is back!” Elfman said in a press statement. “I was so sorry to have missed last Halloween. (We all know why). But- I’m not skipping this year. Jack wants to get back on stage. I can’t wait to see you all.”

“We’re thrilled to celebrate this iconic film with an extraordinary concert experience mixing film, live music, singers, and immersive digital animation that can only be experienced live,” concert co-producers Richard Kraft and Laura Engel added.

Tickets for the event will go on sale Friday (May 14) at 10 a.m. PT here. Before the big event, watch The Nightmare Before Christmas on Disney+.

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