It's here – Black Friday 2014. And with it comes a landslide of deals, offers and bargains on a wide range of tech products – whether you're looking to treat yourself or save pounds on your Christmas shopping.

From Amazon's Lightning deals to the enticing bargains on offer from our favourite retailers, it is hard not to find something to fit the bill on Black Friday 2014. And there's no shortage of top products to be had.

We've rounded up 11 of the best bargains on offer this Black Friday that would make it a very happy Christmas for the hi-fi or home cinema enthusiast in your life. But, don't delay, these are deals that could move very fast...

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£50 (save £30) at Superfi and Richer Sounds

On-ear headphones Product of the Year in our eyes, that's what these Y50s are. OK, so their bold appearance might seem a little out of character for AKG, but don't be concerned that the style comes at the expense of substance – not a chance.

MORE: AKG Y50 review

John Lewis JL9000 49in Full HD 3D TV

£699 (save £200) at John Lewis

Retail giant John Lewis launched its own TV range – complete with the LG webOS smart TV platform on board – earlier this year. The JL9000 range comes with a 2.1 channel soundbar built into its base, and today you can get your hands on the 49in model for just £699.

MORE: John Lewis launches TV range with LG WebOS

Cambridge Audio Minx Xi

£300 (save £100) at Richer Sounds

A Product of the Year at the What Hi-Fi? Awards 2014, this is a terrific streaming system. It's a small, nicely-made and – for the most part – well thought-out device. All you'll need to add is a stable home network, a NAS full of music and some good speakers.

MORE: Cambridge Audio Minx Xi review

Canton DM 50

£349 (save £50) at Sevenoaks Sound and Vision

We loved this soundbar when we first reviewed it and that affection hasn't dropped since. It's a product that sounds gorgeous, looks great and is a true bargain when it comes to boosting the sound on your TV.

MORE: Canton DM 50 review

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Finlux 42FME242S TV

£300 (save £500) at Finlux

The online-only brand famed for its great-value TVs came back to form with this 42in Full HD set that comes complete with smart features and is good enough to challenge the big brands. That £200 saving looks all the more appealing.

MORE: Finlux 42FME242S review

Google Chromecast

£18 (save £12) at Tesco

This streaming dongle from Google is a powerful young thing. It plugs into the HDMI slot on your TV and introduces a huge selection of content to pick from. You'll also get 90 days of unlimited Google Play music for free.

MORE Hands on – Google Chromecast

Q Acoustics Q-BT3 speakers

£279 (save £70) at Sevenoaks Sound and Vision

A five-star performance from these feature-rich speakers, which deliver hi-fi quality sound. We may not quite be sure if they're a soundbar replacement, wireless speakers or powered stereo speakers, but they're very good all the same.

MORE: Q Acoustics BT3 review

Yamaha RX-V677

£399 (save £151) at Richer Sounds

If weight, scale and pure blockbuster excitement are high on your list of AV receiver must-have qualities, the Yamaha is a huge contender. Far from being a one-trick pony, it's an expressive receiver that'll deal with any content you throw at it.

MORE: Yamaha RX-V677 review

Pioneer SBX-N500

£150 (save £120) at Superfi

Pioneer entered the soundbar market earlier this year with a three-strong range, with this one in the middle. After a decent showing from its bigger brother (SBX-N700) in our testing rooms, this may well be worth a look.

MORE: Pioneer SBX-N700 review

Beyerdynamic T51p

Lightning Deal – 7PM at Amazon

Beyerdynamic's T51p headphones serve up the right amount of punch, detail and dynamics to deliver faithful reproduction of any track you play. We can't tell you in advance how much you'll be able to save with Amazon's Lightning Deal, but you won't want to miss the chance.

MORE: Beyerdynamic T51p review

Apple iPad Mini 16GB

Was £199, now £149 at Tesco

It might not be the most recent iPad release, but the Apple iPad Mini still looks and feels the business, executes multiple roles with precision and delivers impressive sound and vision.

REVIEW: Apple iPad Mini review

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