We've searched for the best prices on some of our most popular speakers to bring you a range of bargains (with some savings bigger than others, admittedly), from budget bookshelf speakers to portable bluetooth speakers to award-winning standmounters.
All the products listed here come with our recommendation and with a few quid off all their respective price tags (we've put them in price order), they're better value than ever.
A bargain pair of entry-level speakers, these Roth speakers are ideal if space and money is at a premium. They look and sound the part and will fit on pretty much any bookshelf or desk.
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We first reviewed the Wharfedale 121 speakers back at the end of 2012, which is partly why there is some proper money to be saved on them now. A lively, detailed sound for the money, this incarnation of the long-running, ever-impressive Diamond range, is still a solid bet.
These Monitor Audio speakers are a few years old now but still offer plenty of value, as we'd expect from a previous award-winner (2012). Sporting an attractive finish that's seldom found at this price, they deliver a fast and detailed sound.
This tidy little discount is for a refurbished pair of our award-winning desktop speakers (2014). These powered speakers offer a standard line input for pretty much any source, from a laptop to an iPod, as well as aptX Bluetooth connectivity.
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Our favourite floorstander under £600, you can now save yourself the price of a few drinks (depending on the drink and your location) on these Q Acoustics. Nicely put together, Q Acoustics' i upgrade has helped deliver a dynamic and refined set of speakers.
First things first, this price is for a German retailer via Amazon UK. But, if you're willing to take the plunge you can save yourself some money on what are one of the best pairs of standmount speakers we've heard in years. No wonder you won't find them reduced anywhere else...
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This portable Bluetooth speaker can be found for comfortably under our test price. Sonically it's not perfect and the 5-hour battery life could be better but it's a far more enticing prospect with a slimmed-down price tag.
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This UE Boom speaker ticks the boxes for an affordable wireless speaker. A selection of finishes, a solid build, Bluetooth streaming, USB charging and decent sound quality. And now we've found it for a fair few few quid off... provided you're happy with the white one. It's reduced to varying degrees in other colours, too.
One of the most popular wireless speakers on the market, not least when it has a decent discount. Impressive bass for a portable Bluetooth speaker coupled with Bose's predictable attention to style and design, make for a good combination - though we recently knocked it down from four stars to three due to increasingly strong competitors.