Klipsch Headphones Are Your Dealzmodo-Exclusive Deal of the Day

Let me guess: you're still using the stock earbuds that came with your phone. Don't deny it, I see you every day, on the bus and train, listening to white cords coming out of your ears. I get it—they were free, and they were convenient, and you haven't gotten around to upgrading. But you should know that they don't actually sound that great, and those white buds tell everyone—even muggers—what you've got in your pocket. Today's Dealzmodo is for you; we're giving you a chance to upgrade your stock earbud noise to premium Klipsch reference sound at a pretty large discount.

We're excited to bring you this deal with our friends at Sound Earphones—three different Klipsch products from the Reference line, all at about 20%-30% off current prices and over half off the list prices. To start, there's the the Klipsch Reference Image S4i, which is an updated version of in-ear monitors that Gizmodo liked a couple years back. They've got the same great drivers and sound as the model Gizmodo reviewed, but with retro-looking copper accents. If you don't need a remote, the Klipsch Reference Image S4 sounds the same, but you save a little money. And if you don't like sticking things into your ear canals, the Klipsch Reference One Headphones have 40mm drivers and remote functionality in a comfy on-ear style. The best part? You won't have the same headphones as everyone else on the bus. [Sound Earphones]

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Dealzmodo Exclusive with Sound Earphones
Klipsch Reference S4 ($49) | Available elsewhere for $60
Klipsch Reference S4i ($59) | Available elsewhere for $79
Klipsch Reference One ($79) | Available elsewhere for $95

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Sandisk 64GB SDHC Class 10 ($43.49) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $70
iPhone 5 OtterBox Case ($31.28) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $50
Sandisk 32GB SDXC Class 10 ($23) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $100
1.5TB Seagate 3.5-Inch Internal HD ($60) | Tigerdirect via Techdealdigger | Originally $87 | MIR on page
Western Digital 500GB Portable HD ($60) | Best Buy via Dealmac | Originally $120
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Miscellaneous

Hamilton Beach Custom Grind Coffee Grinder ($19) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $33
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Casio F-91W ($£8.13) | Amazon UK via Reddit | Originally $£17.50 | This watch with a Wikipedia is dispatched from the UK

Gaming

Quake 4 for Xbox 360 ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
Devil May Cry Collection for Xbox and PS3 ($17) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $30
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition for Xbox ($20) | Amazon via LogicBuy | Originally $30
F1 2012 for PC ($34) | Amazon via Techdealdigger | Originally $50
Xbox 360 Limited Edition Kinect Star Wars Bundle ($350) | Newegg via LogicBuy | Originally $400

Dumb TV → Smart TV

Netgear NeoTV 1080p Wireless Streamer ($50) | Dell via LogicBuy | Originally $60
Apple TV 1080p ($89) | Ebay via Dealigg | Originally $100
Panasonic WiFi 3D Blu-ray Player ($100) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $140

Laptops

14" Samsung Series 5 with AMD Processor ($650) | Amazon via Laptopaholic | Originally $950
13" Asus Zenbook Prime with Core i5 ($900) | Microsoft Store via Laptopaholic | Originally $1050 | Best Windows ultrabook

Desktops

Alienware Aurora R3 with Core i7 + Liquid Cooling ($1100) | Tigerdirect via LogicBuy | Originally $1300 | Use coupon code AVQ74080

Tablets

10" Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet ($255) | Amazon via Techdealdigger | Originally $295
ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity ($550) | Office Depot via Tabletaholic | Originally $600

Screens

ASUS "20 1600x900 LED Monitor ($110) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $150
24" Dell 1080p LED-Backlit with Edge-to-edge Glass ($260) | Dell via LogicBuy | Originally $300 | Monitors are 2013 models, just released, other sizes available
39" Insignia 1080p LCD HDTV ($280) | Best Buy via LogicBuy | Originally $350
40" Samsung 1080p LCD HDTV ($400) | Sears via LogicBuy | Originally $700

Portables

Sony MDRzX100 Headphones ($13) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
SanDisk Sansa Clip 8GB ($43) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $70
Unlocked Galaxy Note 2 ($590) | Ebay via Dealigg | Originally $700

Camera

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Panasonic Lumix GF3K Four Thirds with Kit Lens ($287) | Amazon via Cameraholic | Originally $550
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SSDs

256GB Crucial M4 SSD ($160) | Buy.com via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $340
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Apps

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iOS

Infectonator ($0) | iTunes via Bestappsales.com | Originally $1
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iPad Only

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Android

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Mystery of the Crystal Portal ($1) | Amazon Appstore via Apps-aholic | Originally $5
Broken Sword ($2) | Amazon Appstore via Apps-aholic | Originally $4

Mac

Current Tunes ($0) | Mac App Store via Appshopper | Originally $1

Hobomodo

2 Issues Sound + Vision Magazine ($0) | Mercury Magazine via LogicBuy | Originally $10
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