This week's best tech deals, featuring LG OLED and Samsung 4K HDR TVs, a Panasonic 4K Blu-ray player, Denon AV receiver, Sonos and JBL wireless speakers, a Sony turntable and plenty more.

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TV deals

Sony KDL-32WD603 

Tested at £300 / Now £259 at Electrical Experience

No 4K here, but for a small TV on a budget, this is a fantastic choice

Sony KDL-32WD603 review

 

LG OLED55B6V

Tested at £2700 / Now £1749 at various retailers

The OLED55B6V is a welcome addition to the (slightly) more affordable end of the OLED spectrum and it’s an absolute joy to watch. It’s even more tempting at this price.

LG OLED55B6V review

 

LG 32LH604V

Tested at £350 / Now £280 at Tesco

A punchy and appealing picture from an affordable 32in HD TV.

LG 32LH604V review

 

Samsung UE49KS8000

Tested at £1400 / Now £1198 at PRC Direct and SonicDirect

If you don’t want a curved TV, the UE49KS8000 was by far the best flatscreen Samsung TV we saw in 2016.

Samsung UE49KS8000 review

 

Samsung UE55KS9000

Tested at £2000 / Now £1455 at Amazon

This 2016 4K HDR TV sits at the top end of Samsung’s premium range. It delivers a gorgeous picture and impressive sound.

Samsung UE55KS9000 review

 

Sony KD-55XD9305

Tested at £2000 / Now £999 at eBay

Even at nearly two grand, this is a lot of TV for your money. This svelte set provides a stunning 4K picture, and shows off HDR at its best.

Sony KD-55XD9305 review

 

MORE: Best TV deals

Headphone deals

Bose SoundSport Pulse wireless

Tested at £170 / Now £142 at Exceptional AV

Solid and sporty wireless earphones that deliver an impressive sound

Bose SoundSport Pulse wireless review

 

AKG Y50

Tested at £80 / Now £49 at Richer Sounds 

This multi Award-winning pair of headphones has a bold design and superb sound. 

AKG Y50 review

 

Beyerdynamic T1 Generation 2

Tested at £800 / Now £760 at Amazon

You’ll have to take care with your source components, but get them right and the T1 Gen 2s will reward you handsomely. 

Beyerdynamic T1 Generation 2 review

 

Sony MDR-EX650AP

Tested at £60 / Now £25 at PC World

These Award-winning in-ears deliver a near-faultless performance.

Sony MDR-EX650AP review

 

AKG K550

Tested at £250 / Now £100 at eBay

If you're after a pair of headphones for the office or home, then a pair of over-ears is likely to deliver the best sound-per-pound performance.

AKG K550 review

 

Sennheiser Momentum M2 in-ear

Tested at £90 / Now £65 at various retailers

Sennheiser’s Momentum range of headphones is one of the best out there - the M2 in-ears are superb value for money.

Sennheiser Momentum M2 in-ear review

 

Beyerdynamic Byron 

Tested at £50 / Now £39 at Amazon

An £11 saving on these budget headphones isn't to be sniffed at.

Beyerdynamic Byron review

 

MORE: Best headphone deals

 

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Speaker deals

Tannoy Revolution XT8F

Tested at £1300 / Now £800 at various retailers

If you have the space, these Tannoy floorstanders are an excellent buy. At this price, little else can match their combination of force and finesse.

Tannoy Revolution XT8F review

 

Sonos Play:3

Tested at £260 / Now £249 at various retailers

The Play:3 is the middle speaker in the Sonos range and delivers great sound for the money - especially at this price.

Sonos Play: 3 review

 

KEF Muo

Tested at £300 / Now £250 at Sevenoaks and Amazon

The competition might have moved on since Muo's 2015 Award win, but it's still a great performer, especially at this price.

KEF Muo review

 

Steljes NS3

Tested at £200 / Now £120 at Zavvi and Iwoot

Save £80 on these stylish wireless speakers.

Steljes NS3 review

 

JBL Charge 2+

Tested at £110 / Now £99 at Amazon

An extremely likeable wireless speaker, with a bold and beefy sound

JBL Charge 2+ review

 

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Home cinema deals

Cambridge Audio CXA60

Tested at £500 / Now £450 at Richer Sounds

Simply put: the most well-connected and exciting-sounding package out there.

Cambridge Audio CXA60 review

 

Panasonic DMP-UB900

Tested at £600 / Now £435 at PRC Direct

If you’re looking to take the next step with 4K Blu-ray and want the best disc-spinner available, this Panasonic player is your best bet right now.

Panasonic DMP-UB900 review

 

Sony BDP-S6700

Tested at £140 / Now £100 at eBay

Brilliant budget Blu-ray players are hard to come by these days, but this Sony gets everything spot on.

Sony BDP-S6700 review

 

Denon AVR-X2300W 

Tested at £500 / Now £399 at various retailers

An award-winning amplifier with a fifth of its price cut off

Denon AVR-X2300W review

 

MORE: Best home cinema deals

Soundbar deals

Arcam Solo bar

Tested at £800 / Now £229 at Amazon

A smart, powerful soundbar with a few intuitive features up its sleeve.

Arcam Solo bar review 

 

Canton DM 75

Tested at £450 / Now £350 at Sevenoaks

Another previous Award-winner from Canton. If you can accommodate this large soundbase, it will reward you well.

Canton DM 75 review 

 

MORE: Best soundbar deals

Hi-fi deals

Sony PS-HX500

Tested at £450 / Now £299 at various retailers

A fantastic vinyl spinner with hi-res ripping smarts, this Sony (pictured, above) is a truly entertaining deck.

Sony PS-HX500 review

 

Denon D-M40DAB

Tested at £349 / Now £179 (without speakers) at Richer Sounds

The D-M40DAB will work wonderfully as the heart of your system. We'd suggest pairing it with either the Q Acoustics 3020 or Monitor Audio Bronze 2 speakers.

Denon D-M40DAB review

 

Yamaha CRX-N470D

Tested at £350 / Now £299 at Richer Sounds

Yamaha's attractive mini hi-fi is a detailed, musical performer.

Yamaha CRX-N470D review

 

Onkyo TX-8150

Tested at £550 / Now £489 at various retailers

This stereo receiver is packed to the brim with every streaming feature you can think of and delivers a full-bodied, richly detailed sound.

Onkyo TX-8150 review

 

MORE: Best hi-fi deals

Comments

Graham Luke's picture

Good slewthing, folks!

Good slewthing, folks!

Trefor Patten's picture

Slewthing?  

Slewthing?

 

Graham Luke's picture

Er....

Er....quite; Good sleuthing. (Thank you, Trefor) 

LEDAero's picture

The best deal I found this

The best deal I found this week was a pair of Q Acoustics 3020's for 189 and a Pioneer A10 amp to go with them for 90 quid.

Both from Richer Sounds.

Nintendologist's picture

RE: Pioneer SC-LX58

When you say "the right side of £1000" wouldn't you expect this to be sub-£1000? Scratch one-s head

Andy Clough's picture

Good point

Good point. Amended.

Big Aura's picture

BoseQuiet Comfort 25

BoseQuiet Comfort 25

available in white for £191 and black for £195.

http://www.thomann.de/gb/search_dir.html?bf=&sw=bose+quietcomfort 

reputable German retailer who ships to the UK.  One of the many benefits of EU membership.  

frenchiefr's picture

what hifi you need to get better compare price

Check this link best deal arounds guys £1979 after 10% also clain £250 trade your old tv and get 6 years gtee clearly the best deal around

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55js8500/sams-ue55js8500

Big Aura's picture

are those Momentums at

are those Momentums at Sevenoaks the same as the ones you reviewed?  they're listed as "on" ear, not "over" ear.

Adrian Escalera's picture

Roku 2

Pease note the price for Roku 2  you are quoting at £37 is the old 2014 Roku not the latest 2015 software version, which is £69

plus i found the Roku 3 is actually on discount at the moment for £69 at Argos with the better romote control

Other thing to note is the  new Roku 4 will be coming out this autumn

Joe Cox's picture

Thanks...

Have replaced with the Roku 3.

Big Aura's picture

You're still mixing up the on

You're still mixing up the on ear and over ear wireless momentum.... go to Sevenoaks and search for "momentum" to see the full range.

Andy Clough's picture

Sennheiser Momentum

Link corrected. Our database can't deal with the fact that they are all called Momentum. Sees them all as the same thing.

Big Aura's picture

for anyone contemplating

for anyone contemplating buying Shure SE425 from Lee262Gadget (an unauthorised eBay retailer who also sells Hallowe'en costumes...!)  - perhaps read some of this... http://www.whathifi.com/forum/headphones-etc/how-to-avoid-buying-fake-headphones 

Graham Luke's picture

Good price on the Sonos

Good price on the Sonos Playbar but you really must get the Sub to pair with it. Go on; give it a bit of a haggle!

The result is bloomin' marvellous.

raoulx's picture

KEF Q's

Great deals atm for Kef Q's at superfi currently, from the q100's upwards

chrisr1718's picture

Chord Company C-line

The price you quote, £35, is for the 0.5m cable, the 1m is still £45!!

Not much of a deal there then!

Andy Madden's picture

Good spot - have amended!

Good spot - have amended!Biggrin

NSA_watch_my_toilet's picture

You are recommeding LG

LG was involved in a scandal of data theft of it's customer in the last years (infos published by Spiegel in those times). Are you now absolutely sure that THOSE televisions are safe and are not using a backdoor for exporting your personnal files to the web ?

Tony Wilkinson's picture

Bluetooth speakers

Required: Compatible Speaker for Samsung SM-T800 Tablet under £200 thanks in anticipation of some information.

Andy Clough's picture

Bluetooth speakers

Check out our wireless speaker Best Buys here:

http://www.whathifi.com/best-buys/best-bluetooth-speakers

hifiman2008's picture

Ha ha. What HiFi just direct

Ha ha. What HiFi just direct to advertisers websites.not cheapest deals

James Puddle's picture

The BEST Deals?

Is it true that the only retailers shown on your Black Friday Deals Page are the ones who regularly advertise with What Hi-Fi?  In other words, this page is not an unbiased, genuine round up of the marketplace, because you won't be showing deals that come from retailers who don't advertise with you?  If so, then shouldn't you be more honest and transparent with your readers?

James Puddle's picture

Should be Re-named - NOT The BEST Deals

That's why it's full of Richer Sounds, Sevenoaks etc - you have to currently advertise with What Hi-Fi to be 'allowed' to show your deals on the page.  I don't think readers are aware of that.

Andy Clough's picture

No you don't

No, you don't have to be an advertiser to have your deals featured, if there's a better offer elsewhere we are happy to show it. But we do work closely with Amazon, Richer, Sevenoaks and others to offer the best deals where possible, including occasional exclusives.

grawhi80's picture

Arcam Solo Bar

My local Hi-Fi dealer www.nintronics.co.uk have this for £299... much cheaper than above.

They're good guys too.