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Save $170 on Beats' Advanced Studio Pros With This Incredible Post-Prime Day Deal

You can get your hands on a pair of the latest over-ear Beats for just $180 with this holdover bargain at Amazon.

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The Beats Studio Pro headphones have dipped to their lowest price to date.

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Don't worry if you missed Amazon's massive October Prime Day sale last week. The event may have officially wrapped up on Wednesday, but there are plenty of bargains that are still going strong, including an incredible offer on Beats' latest and greatest Studio Pro headphones. You can still pick up all four color variants for just $180 -- which is a whopping $170 off and just $1 more than their all-time lowest price. Though it's honestly quite surprising that a deal this good is still available, so we'd recommend getting your order in as soon as possible if you don't want to miss out on these savings. 

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This is the fourth generation of the Beats Studio headphones, and they look similar on the outside but have some big changes on the inside that make them significantly better headphones. In my review, I said I was tempted to describe them as more affordable plastic versions of the AirPods Max. That's not quite accurate, however, due to a choice in chipsets and one notable missing feature. But read our full Beats Studio Pro review to find out what makes them very good headphones, albeit with some caveats.

While I had some reservations about them at $350, they're obviously a much better deal at $180 and strongly worth considering for both Apple and Android users.