If you want a pair of incredible-sounding earbuds for a ridiculously low price, then this year's Amazon Prime Day deals have really delivered – you can get the five-star Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 Plus for about half price. They're now $59.95 at Amazon US and £49.95 at Amazon UK.
In our full Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 Plus review, we said they "put other earbuds in the shade for audio performance, battery life, and ease-of-use." Made by a big name in the hi-fi world, they deliver incredible balance and detail in music – better than anything else on the market at their original price… and now they cost half of that.
And they do all this while being light and compact, which is often what you have to give up to get great-sounding earbuds. That means the case is sleek and slim too, so they fit in pockets without creating a bulge, which is something a lot of the competition tend to neglect.
The only downside to them is that there's no active noise cancellation, but the passive noise isolation in them is good and, frankly, we just don't care when they sound this good, for so little money.
At this price, there's no competition. There's not even the thin veil of competition, especially when you factor in their aptX hi-res audio support and seven hours of battery life per charge, with a huge 35 hours total including the case.
Not in the UK or US? Scroll down for the best prices for these earbuds in your region.
Cambridge Audio Melomania 1 Plus: Now $59.95, save 25% at Amazon US
Save $20 on the already-discounted price of these fantastic true wireless earbuds. With Bluetooth 5.0, aptX support, and a low-power mode that gives you up to nine hours of battery life in the buds alone per charge, nothing sounds better for the price. You can choose white or black finishes, too.
These have ranked highly among the best true wireless earbuds around ever since their launch, because while there's a growing number of cheap wireless earbuds these days, sound quality has to be sacrificed to get there.
The Melomania 1 Plus remain a favorite because they sacrifice nothing… and yet now they're priced like super-budget buds. Don't miss out!
Although these are aren't checking your boxes, be sure to also check out our guide to the best Prime Day AirPods deals.
More Prime Day deals
- Amazon devices: up to 65% off Echo Dot, Fire tablets and Fire TV Stick
- Adidas: 30% off some sportswear and trainers
- Apple: save up to £150 on iPads and Apple Watches
- Back to school: backpacks and stationery from £1.50
- Beauty: save on Rimmel, Revlon, Olay, and more top brands
- Coffee machines: starting at just £19 with up to 60% off
- Fashion: 40% off Vans, Hugo Boss, Wrangler, and other brands
- Fire TV Stick: lowest price yet on all models
- Groceries: £10 off your first three grocery shops
- Grooming & hair care: 60% off Philips, Remmington shavers & straighteners
- Headphones: Sony and Bose headphones at lowest-ever prices
- Health: 57% off Oral-B and Philips electric toothbrushes
- Kindle: 25% off Kindle ereader bundles
- Laptops: 15% off Microsoft, Huawei, Acer, and Asus laptops
- Phones: Google Pixel 6 lowest ever price, OnePlus, Motorola
- PS5: Dualsense deals, plus savings on leading games
- Security: £180 off Ring Home Security bundles
- Smart home: £144 off Ring and Echo bundles
- Smartwatch: up to 50% off Garmin watches and trackers
- Tablets: 41% off Samsung, Lenovo, and Huawei tablets
- Tools: 49% off Bosch tools and garden items
- TVs: 4K TVs starting at just £199 with half-price deals
- Vacuums: 35% off Shark cordless vacs
- Xbox: Xbox Series X in stock for £449
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Matt is TechRadar's Managing Editor for Entertainment, meaning he's in charge of persuading our team of writers and reviewers to watch the latest TV shows and movies on gorgeous TVs and listen to fantastic speakers and headphones. It's a tough task, as you can imagine. Matt has over a decade of experience in tech publishing, and previously ran the TV & audio coverage for our colleagues at T3.com, and before that he edited T3 magazine. During his career, he's also contributed to places as varied as Creative Bloq, PC Gamer, PetsRadar, MacLife, and Edge. TV and movie nerdism is his speciality, and he goes to the cinema three times a week. He's always happy to explain the virtues of Dolby Vision over a drink, but he might need to use props, like he's explaining the offside rule.