Top Headphone Deals For Father’s Day 2024

Does your father cherish his music-listening time? Does he obsess over having the best-quality sound? First off, you have a pretty cool dad. So, why not use this Father’s Day to indulge him with a fresh set of cans? There are plenty of headphone deals going on right now that can fit anyone’s taste. Whether you think your father would prefer Bluetooth or audiophile-grade open-back headphones, you’re bound to find a good deal on some of the best products on the market.

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Bluetooth Headphones

Sony WH-1000XM5 $398 $328

One of the easiest choices you can make is to pick up the XM5 at a discount. This is the best choice to make if noise-canceling is the headphone’s primary function. That’s not to discredit the sound quality though, as with the help of EQ, the XM5 can appeal to most people’s tastes.

Sennheiser Momentum 4 379.95 $289.95

The closest rival to the XM5 is the Sennheiser Momentum 4. If wireless sound quality is a top priority, then this is one of the best to get for the price. Sennheiser’s sound signature is always reliable, and the Momentum 4 offers one of the most accurate responses on Bluetooth headphones. It’s also one of the best wireless headphones for battery life, as it gives you 60 hours of listening time.

Yamaha YH-L700A $499.95 $399.95

The Yamaha L700A isn’t as widely discussed as much as Sony or Sennheiser’s offerings, but it holds its own. While it could be considered overpriced, this discount places it right in the area of the XM5 and Momentum 4. Like Sony and Sennheiser, Yamaha is a respectable brand that prioritizes great sound and features. This is also one of the few options that has its own spatial audio setting that will work with any audio you play through it.

Final Audio UX3000 $149.95 $129

If you’re looking for one of the most cost-effective options, the UX3000 from Final Audio is a good choice. You’ll get good sound and noise-canceling for the price that will still outperform pricier choices from the likes of Bose or JBL.

Bowers & Wilkins PX8 $699 $559

One of the most premium deals you can get for a higher-end Bluetooth headphone. The Bowers & Wilkins PX8 would make a great gift for those who are looking for something more out of their Bluetooth headphones, whether that be a better build quality or sharper details in the sound signature.

Closed-back Audiophile Headphones

Sony MDR-Z1R $1,998 $1,798

While they may be large, the Sony MDR-Z1R has the sonic scale to back it up. In terms of audiophile closed-back headphones, the Z1R is one of the few to feature its level of impact. With this discount, the Z1R is one of the best gifts you can get for audiophile bass-heads.

Kennerton M12s $595 $490

This isn’t the most common pair of closed-back headphones you’ll find, but it’s a solid get for mid-fi. With the M12s, you’ll get studio-level sound reminiscent of Beyerdynamic’s in-house sound. These are great wooden headphones too, which might be more appealing for a Father’s Day gift.

HiFiMAN Sundara

Open-Back Headphones 

HiFiMAN Sundara $349 $279

The Sundara usually goes for a good discount nowadays, but this is the lowest I’ve seen it go in a while. If you’ve been interested in planar headphones, the Sundara has certainly been on your radar, and this is the best opportunity to get one.

Beyerdynamic DT 880 Edition $219 $169

Considering the quality of the DT 880 and how it’s held up over the years, it’s easy to forget just how affordable these headphones are. The DT 880 is one of the best values you can get for a pair of open-back headphones, and it is for sure a great gift for any audiophile.

HiFiMAN Ananda Nano $599 $499

Another one of HiFiMAN headphones, and it’s one of the most recent additions. The Ananda Nano is one of the best planar headphones you can get for less than a thousand dollars. It will pair great with most systems, offering crisp details and a huge soundstage in which any music listener can be immersed.

Sennheiser HD 800s $1,799 $1,599

No headphone buying guide would be complete without the Sennheiser HD 800. One of the most famous open-back headphones out there, the HD 800s is one of the best gifts you can get, especially at this price.

STAX SR-L300 & SRM-400S $1,754 $1,580

If you think your dad might be into a whole new system that gives off a vintage vibe, then STAX is the way to go. You can get this whole ear speaker set on sale, and it might be enough to be his new endgame audio system.

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