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Cyber Monday soundbar deals: 17 best discounts on Sonos, Bose, B&O and more

Sonos Arc Cyber Monday soundbar deal
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Cyber Monday is well underway and there are still plenty of great deals still available (and some fresh ones too) to be had on speakers to improve the quality of your TV and home cinema sound. 

We all know that in-built TV speakers aren't much to write home about and while flat-panel pictures are becoming crisper and brighter, frustratingly we still struggle to hear dialogue and sound effects with any clarity.

But there is a cost-effective way to hear vocals more clearly and up the ante with film soundtracks. A soundbar is the easiest way to bolster your TV's audio capabilities without cluttering your living room. Just grab yourself a great-value soundbar from some of the excellent models on offer this Cyber Monday.

Here's our pick of the best soundbar deals this Cyber Monday. We'll keep updating this page regularly, but due to the nature of flash deals, some of these offers will disappear once their allotted time has elapsed – or as and when stocks run out. 

The best Cyber Monday sales

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) £449

Sonos Beam (Gen 2) £449 £399 at Richer Sounds (save £50) The latest offering from Sonos is fresh from winning a 2021 What Hi-Fi award after impressing us with its exceptional virtual Dolby Atmos performance. When watching Atmos content, two of the Beams five speaker arrays are dedicated to reproducing overhead and surround sounds and use psychoacoustic HRTF (head-related transfer function) technology to give the impression of height without needing to get vertical. Not that many soundbars at this price point come with networking capabilities, but this being a Sonos product, WIFI is on board as is HDMI eARC  and compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Dali Kubik One Soundbar £799

Dali Kubik One Soundbar £799 £399 at Richer Sounds (save £400)
Dali has come up with some great things over the years and the Swedish company's first foray into soundbars is no exception. With attention-grabbing sound and looks, this former What Hi-Fi? award winner delivers big sound at an great price.

Roku Streambar streaming soundbar £130

Roku Streambar streaming soundbar £130 £100 at Argos (save £30)
Staying true to form, Roku's audio option is a one-box solution that's designed to be plugged into your TV's HDMI port with minimal fuss. We gave it four stars at £130. Now down to just £100, it's a seriously tempting way to level up your TV's sound and smarts in one go.


B&O Beosound Stage £1349 £1099 at Amazon (save £250) B&O's Beosound Stage looks suitably design-y, dripping in Danish chic. But it's fully featured too, with Dolby Atmos, 11 drivers, Chromecast, AirPlay 2, Bluetooth, HDMI and more. While it lacks upward drivers, it's sonically musical, dynamic and well equipped single box solution. Read our hands-on review.

Sonos Arc soundbar £899
Product of the year 2020

Sonos Arc soundbar £899 £799 at Peter Tyson (save £100) Available in black or white, this two time What Hi-fi? award winner delivers five star Dolby Atmos performance and WIFI connectivity for easy integration with other Sonos products and music streaming. Five stars

Sennheiser Ambeo:  £2199

Sennheiser Ambeo: £2199 £1799 at Sevenoaks (save £400)
Standing almost 1.3m wide, Sennheiser's Ambeo is not for the faint of heart or short of space, but it takes up much less space than a full home cinema, sounds sensational and boasts Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support. This is the first time we've seen it get a decent discount, so pounce now if it's up your street.


Samsung HW-Q950A £1599 £999 at Hughes (save £600)
There are big savings to be had on Samsung's flagship 2021 soundbar, which has more drivers than any other model on the market. The 11.1.4 channels deliver both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X sound and the performance is huge and bombastic.

Denon Home Sound Bar 550

Denon Home Sound Bar 550 £599 £459 at Amazon (save £130)
With over 20 per cent off, this is a good deal on what looks like a very good soundbar. Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, HEOS built-in and AirPlay 2 support combine to make it one of the more feature-rich of its kind we've seen.

LG SP11RA £1499

LG SP11RA £1499 £999 at Hughes (save £500)
This 2021 flagship soundbar is surprisingly agile, with a detailed top end and easy-going character. It’s not got the most robust low end but it does offer an even and immersive listening experience with a tech spec that is one of the most comprehensive and future-proofed available.

Samsung HW-Q800A

Samsung Q800A Dolby Atmos soundbar £799 £699 at Samsung (save £100)
Very few soundbar subs perform as well as Samsung's 3.1.2 Q800A with a muscular, room-filling sound and gut-busting bass, all contained within a relatively small package. Not only does the Q800A offer Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support, but it also has a broad feature set that includes two HDMI ports (one equipped with eARC), Bluetooth, Spotify Connect and AirPlay 2, all of which can be controlled by the built-in Amazon Alexa voice assistant.

Samsung Q700A Dolby Atmos soundbar £698

Samsung Q700A Dolby Atmos soundbar £698 £399 at Currys (save £300)
We haven't tested this step-down model from the Q800A (above), but Dolby Atmos soundbars at this price don't come up very often. Like its big sibling, this is a 3.1.2 system with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support and the same excellent connectivity. The main bar is even the same size as the Q800A, but the sub is slightly smaller, indicating the low-end performance may not be as punchy. If you're not all about the bass though this could be the perfect bargain. 


LG SP8YA Dolby Atmos soundbar £699 £599 at John Lewis (save £100)
This Dolby Atmos soundbar with a wireless sub has many of the features of LG's higher-end models, including eARC, plus another HDMI 2.1 input with 4K Dolby Vision and HDR10 pass-through. Streaming is well catered for thanks to Bluetooth, Chromecast and Apple Airplay 2. Sonically this 3.1.2 package punches above its weight with a broad, vibrant soundstage that can easily match the cinematic scale of larger screens. It can also be upgraded to 5.1.2 by the addition of the SPK8 2.0 surround kit.

Yamaha YAS-207

Yamaha YAS-207 soundbar £350 £297 at Amazon (save £53)
You can now save on this five-star soundbar from Yamaha – a deal so good, it even rhymes! It's a clear step above entry-level models in terms of quality, with a detailed and spacious soundfield and tight, tonally balanced delivery. Take advantage of Bluetooth connectivity and the soundbar's single 4K-compatible HDMI input. 

Bose TV Speaker £270

Bose TV Speaker £270 £218 at Peter Tyson (save £52)
This soundbar thrives on simplicity: there's a one-connection set-up to your TV via optical or HDMI, you can use your current TV remote to control the volume of the speaker and it detects the signal from your TV when turned on and automatically turns on, too. There's Bluetooth for streaming and settings for vocal clarity and extra bass. It's not a model that we've heard but Bose's strong reputation makes this a pretty safe bet. 

JVC TH-D227BA 2.0 Compact Sound Bar

JVC TH-D227BA 2.0 Compact Sound Bar £100 £35 at Currys (save £65)
This JVC soundbar has Bluetooth as well as wired connections, so you can easily connect the soundbar to your TV or phone. It has a compact design that's compatible with TVs 17 inches and bigger. We've not tested it but at just £40 it could be ideal for an affordable bedroom TV that needs a sonic boost.


Sky Soundbox Soundbar £300 £209 at Sky (save £91)
Sky's soundbar-slash-wireless speaker (a collaborative effort with Parisian audio specialist Devialet) delivers big sound from a small box. It has 4K-supporting HDMI connections and a digital optical input, plus USB and Bluetooth connectivity for music. We gave it four stars at £300 so it's well worth a look at this deal price.

Denon DHT-S316 soundbar £279

Denon DHT-S316 soundbar £279 £189 at Amazon (save £90)
Looking for a decent soundbar saving that's still available post-Black Friday? This Denon offers a decent smattering of tech for a relatively affordable price. Includes HDMI (ARC), Dolby Digital and DTS decoding and a wireless sub.


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Mary is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and has over a decade of experience working as a sound engineer mixing live events, music and theatre.