Looking to buy your first turntable? Need a new amp? Fancy a music streamer? We’ve found the best deals on some of our favourite hi-fi products.

This week's deals include a Lenco L-175 turntable, Arcam Solo Music streamer, Astell & Kern AK Jr portable music player, Denon D-M40 DAB system, Marantz PM6006 stereo amplifier and CD6006 CD player, plus more.

Check out the best speaker deals while you're at it, and make your system complete.

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Best turntable deals

Lenco L-175

Tested at £400 / Now £179.99 at Currys PC World - saving over £220

A convenient digital deck, which delivered so-so sound for £400 but is now much more tempting thanks to a huge saving.

Lenco L-175 review


Flexson VinylPlay

Tested at £250 / Now £149.98 at eBay - saving over £100

A perfect turntable if you’re taking your first steps into the world of vinyl. It plays nicely with Sonos too.

Flexson VinylPlay review


Sony PS-HX500

Original price £369 / Now £275 at Amazon - saving over £90

An entertaining turntable, unique in its ability to rip vinyl to hi-res files.

Sony PS-HX500 review


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Best amplifier deals

Marantz PM6006 stereo amplifier

Tested at £400 / Now £249 at Sevenoaks and Amazon - saving over £150

Another fine budget amplifier from Marantz, and now you can savea stack.

Marantz PM6006 review


Arcam FMJ A29

Original price £995 / Now £849 at Sevenoaks and Hifix - saving over £145

This stereo amplifier is an appealing mix of muscle and refinement.

Arcam FMJ A29 review

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Best system deals

Denon D-M40 DAB

Tested at £349 / Now £179 (without speakers) at Superfi and Peter Tyson - saving £170

Also £169 at Exceptional AV (refurbished)

The D-M40 DAB 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-M40 DAB review


Yamaha CRX-N470D

Tested at £350 / Now £279 at Audible Fidelity - saving over £70

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

Yamaha CRX-N470D review


Best portable music player deals

Astell & Kern AK Jr 

Original price £399 / Now £215.99 at eGlobal Central - saving over £180

Save a whopping £130 on the five-star, Award-winning hi-res music player.

Astell & Kern AK Jr review 


Pioneer XDP-100R

Original price £399 / Now £279.99 at eGlobal Central - saving over £119

A fine hi-res music player with massive storage potential.

Pioneer XDP-100R review


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Best streamer deals

Arcam Solo Music

Tested at £1500 / Now £1299 at Sevenoaks and Hifix - saving over £200

Save over £200 on our best all-in-one music system of 2016. Bargain.

Arcam Solo Music review


Pioneer N-50A

Tested at £500 / Now £349 at Sevenoaks - saving over £150

The N-50A is a talented performer, with plenty of tricks stuffed into its capacious sleeves.

Pioneer N-50A review


Onkyo TX-8150

Tested at £550 / Now £479 at Exceptional AV - saving over £70

A feature-packed box of tricks that combines a network streamer with built-in amplifier and DAC. A bargain at £550, it's now even better value.

Onkyo TX-8150 review

Best DAC deals

Arcam MusicBoost S

Tested at £99 / Now £39 at Amazon - saving £60

Give your iPhone 6 a boost with this handy DAC and battery charger.

Arcam MusicBoost S review

Best CD player deals

Marantz CD6006 CD player

Tested at £400 / Now £249 at Amazon - saving over £150

There's over £130 to be saved on this Marantz 6006 CD player.

Marantz CD6006 review


Arcam CDS27

Tested at £800 / Now £699 at Sevenoaks and Amazon - saving over £100

The CDS27 is an all-in-one CD/SACD player that’s easy to use and serves up a good level of detail.

Arcam CDS27 review




SouthaK's picture

Little bit misleading...

...when the pictures on the link aren't actually featured in the deals :s grrrrrrrr

James Puddle's picture

The Best In Black Friday 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?

Joe Cox's picture

That's not true, no.

Hope that clears that up.

Daniel Mccarthy's picture


Really. Some of these "deals" are silly. Pennies off. Black Friday is meant to be huge discounts. Not £25 of £550 streamer. Its just what HiFi pushing advertising partners.

manix's picture

Why, just why?

Most of these aren't deals they are now the standard price. Secondly anyone who has internet access just types into google the product they are after and gets the same results.

Stop wasting your time WHF and write something remotely interesting concerning audio and visual. It's becoming a bit of a joke your front page - it's lazy and makes you guys look like a alternative shop front for all these businesses.

Andy Clough's picture

Deals and discounts

We are a consumer buying guide, which means highlighting offers and discounts to our readers is part of our remit (we do the same on WhatCar? and our other brands too). Given how popular those pages are, and the level of traffic they generate, clearly a lot of our readers find them useful.