The best hi-fi and audio deals 2019

Whether you've been saving your pennies for an amplifier, CD player or DAC upgrade, or perhaps something more portable in the form of a radio or music player, we hopefully have an audio deal (or two) for you.

We've found savings online across a wide range of hi-fi categories, including some current Award winners. These deals come from a wide range of reputable retailers.

Here we're focusing on electronics, so head to our speaker deals and turntable deals pages if that's what you're after...

What Hi-Fi? sorts through thousands of deals to offer the best prices from the trustworthy retailers. While all of our reviews are researched and written independently, What Hi-Fi? is a participant in a number of affiliate programs designed to provide a means for sites to earn fees for linking to online retailers.

Music system deals

Denon DM41 micro system £279 £200 at Peter Tyson

This darling of the micro system world continues to impress us with its detailed, musical and rhythmic prowess, and the addition of Bluetooth along with its CD player and radio will appeal to many. You can add your own speaker pair, but it works beautifully with Denon's own speakers.View Deal

Yamaha CRX-N470D system £299 £229 at Sevenoaks

This mini hi-fi system is a nice mix of traditional and newer methods of playback. You can play your CDs and tune into the radio, and also stream songs over Bluetooth, AirPlay, wi-fi and partner it with other Yamaha multi-room products. With the right pair of stereo speakers, it’s a tidy little performer with ample detail and good timing.View Deal

Revo SuperSystem wireless system (manufacturer refurbished) £549 £400 at eBay

This talented all-in-one system sports a fetching retro vibe, but is packed to the brim with modern conveniences: FM/DAB radio, RCA and optical inputs, aptX Bluetooth, wi-fi and Spotify streaming, and a USB input. Its large-scaled, full-bodied and detailed sound make the Revo a joy to listen to. The refurbished models are available on Revo's eBay outlet store and come with a 12 month warranty.View Deal

Naim Uniti Atom £1,999 £1,799 at Peter Tyson

A What Hi-Fi? 2018 Award winner, this all-in-one player is quite simply delicious; class-leading performance, fabulous good looks and an irresistible feature set. Now you can add a £200 price snip to your reasons to buy it list.View Deal

Portable music player deals

Sony NW-A45 £180 £139 at Amazon

With a 3.1in touch screen for an intuitive operation, a 16GB internal memory that's expandable via micro SD slot, a 45-hour battery life, Bluetooth and 24-bit/192kHz PCM and DSD support, this is one well-specc'd portable hi-res music player.View Deal

CD player deals

Marantz CD6006 UK Edition £449 £309 at Richer Sounds

This 2018 Award-winning CD player has a crisp, exciting, insightful sound that's more informative than the standard version. Add in a solid build, smart finish and extensive connections, and this is a quality, well-featured player on a great deal.View Deal

DAC deals

Arcam irDAC II for £499 £275 at Richer Sounds

Save well over £200 on this talented and capable DAC. Featuring RCA analogue, optical and coaxial inputs, and 24bit/384kHz hi-res and DSD128 files through USB, it's a great little addition to your hi-fi system. Sound-wise, it has a spacious, smooth and even-toned character with bags of detail.View Deal

Radio deals

Pure Evoke F3 Bluetooth radio £150 £129 at John Lewis

With Internet, DAB/DAB+ and FM radio as well as Spotify Connect and Bluetooth, this mini unit is one of the best-connected bedside radios you could ask for. Our four-star review praised its smooth and full-bodied sound. View Deal

Roberts Revival iStream 3 £200 £179 at Amazon

It might look like a throwback, but this radio's feature set is thoroughly modern. It can play streaming services like Spotify and Tidal, has Bluetooth for wirelessly connecting to your phone, and its sound is suitably warm and welcoming. It's available in a couple of colours at this reduced price.View Deal

Pure Evoke H2 £100 £65 at eBay

This looks just like Pure's Evoke D2, but has less distortion in lower frequencies. It adds up to an Award-winning radio, with a clean midrange, textured bass and a beautifully detailed sound. And now with a hefty saving.View Deal