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Cambridge Audio’s true wireless in-ears are more than 50% off right now

Give your ears a treat with the massively discounted Melomania 1+

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Even though Amazon Prime Day is over, Cambridge Audio still has a major price cut on its Melomania 1+ true wireless earbuds.

From Amazon US, you can get 25% off – $60 rather than $80. And from Amazon UK they’re just £50 right now, a saving of £70 or 58%.

These five-star bullet-like buds have a lovely sound balance and nice wide soundstage. We regularly rank them above more expensive alternatives while at full retail price, so this price cut makes them look like even more of a bargain.

You don’t get active noise cancellation or wear-detection, but battery life is impressive and the smartphone companion app lets you tweak the EQ on the fly for personalised listening.

They’re an updated version of Cambridge’s Melomania 1s (which we also awarded five stars), and have been on sale for less than a year, which makes this hefty reduction seem even more appealing.

If you’ve been searching for a wallet-friendly pair of true wireless ‘buds, we’re not sure there’s going to be a better value pair than these.

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