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66 best Prime Day deals still available on headphones, TVs, speakers and more

It's coming to the end of the second and final day of the Amazon Prime Day sale event, so now's your last chance to bag a Prime Day bargain. But don't worry, you still have a few hours and while some deals have now expired or sold out, there are still plenty of great deals to be had.

Below we have rounded up the very best tech deals, focusing on everything audio and video - TVs to speakers, headphones to home theater and hi-fi products.

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Prime Day may not be the best time for hi-fi deals but there are plenty of great deals on noise-cancelling and wireless headphones and earbuds, 4K and OLED TVs, Bluetooth and stereo speakers, and plenty more besides.

We have been covering Prime Day for several years now, so we know a thing or two about what to expect from Amazon's summer sale – and how to score the best deals.  

Join us as we round-up the best Prime Day deals...

The very best Prime Day deals 

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Insignia Full HD TV 32-39-inch from $89.99 (save $70) (opens in new tab)
Ideal if you are after a second-bedroom or kitchen TV, these small sets have built-in streaming services based on Amazon's Fire TV smart platform and should deliver the basics on a budget.

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LG OLED48A1 $1200 $797 at Amazon (save $403) (opens in new tab)
LG's A1 is an excellent cheap OLED for movies and TV. Features include Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision IQ, Filmmaker Mode and Cinema HDR. 

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Amazon Echo Show 5 $85 $35 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
Want a five-star Alexa smart speaker with the added bonus of a video screen? The Echo Show series is just the job. And at this ridiculously low price (better than last year's), why wouldn't you choose to have one?

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iPad 10.2-inch $479 $429 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
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he iPad 2021 is still the best tablet in its field. If your current device has seen better days, or you're looking for an entry-level model for video calls that can also hold plenty of content to keep family members occupied, then this is an excellent option. 

Prime Day Amazon Device deals 2022

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Audible Premium Plus 3 months free (save $44.85) (opens in new tab) Sometimes it's nice to just relax with a pair of headphones and let the spoken word wash over you – especially when it's free! For a limited time, get 3 months Audible Premium Plus free. $14.95 a month after; no contract. Cancel anytime.

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Amazon Music Unlimited 90 days free (save $30) (opens in new tab)
Get three whole months of unlimited lossless and hi-res streaming completely free with this Prime Day "try before you buy" deal, which saves you almost $30. Cancel any time..

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Prime Stampcard Get $10 credit free
(opens in new tab)Prime members can receive a $10 credit toward a future Amazon purchase by collecting a stamp for completing each of four Prime activities: stream Prime Video, listen to Prime Music, borrow a Prime Reading or Kindle Unlimited book, and make a Prime-shipping eligible purchase. Offer ends midnight July 13th.

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Amazon Echo Dot 4th Gen $50 $20 at Amazon (save $30) (opens in new tab)
The latest Echo Dot swaps the puck design of its predecessors for an orb-like shape that sounds significantly better. As the smallest speaker in the Echo range, it's ideal for adding Alexa to every room of the house. This 60% saving beats last year's Prime Day deal price too...

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Amazon Fire TV Stick $40 $17 at Amazon (save $23) (opens in new tab)
This mid-range streaming stick promises Full HD streaming, Dolby Atmos support for more immersive sound and Alexa voice controls. Save 57% on this fantastic streamer for Prime Day.

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Amazon Echo Show 5 $85 $35 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
Want a five-star Alexa smart speaker with the added bonus of a video screen? The Echo Show series is just the job. And at this ridiculously low price (better than last year's), why wouldn't you choose to have one?

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Amazon Echo Show 8 (1st Gen) $110 $55 at Amazon (save $55) (opens in new tab)
The older (but still excellent) Echo Show 8 is half price this Prime Day – a great choice if you want Alexa with a bigger (8inch) screen than the Echo Show 5's.

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Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite $30 $12 at Amazon (save $18) (opens in new tab)
Fire TV Stick Lite is an even more affordable way to stream in full HD. It's 50 per cent more powerful than the previous-generation Fire TV Stick, and features HDR support. At this price, why wouldn't you?

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Amazon Fire 7 16GB $70 $30 at Amazon (save $37) (opens in new tab)
Amazon's cheapest tablet is no iPad, but it's also a fraction of the price - especially with this Prime Day deal. It offers a decent 7 hour battery life, a basic 7-inch screen and access streaming apps such as Netflix, Disney+ and, yes, Amazon Prime Video.

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Amazon Fire TV 50-inch 4K TV $470 $299 (save $170) (opens in new tab)
We haven't tested this TV, but if you're after a 4K HDR picture with built-in streaming services and the benefit of a Fire TV Alexa Voice remote on a strict budget, you likely won't find better.

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Amazon Fire HD 10 (32GB) $150 $75 at Amazon (save $75) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)The Fire HD 10 is the best big tablet out there if you are on a budget, and your budget will go much further if you purchase one this Prime Day. With a 1080p 10-inch screen, 32GB storage and a 12-hour battery life, this is a great everyday tablet.

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Insignia Full HD 32-inch TV $180 $100 at Amazon (save $80) (opens in new tab)
Ideal if you are after a second-bedroom or kitchen TV, this 32-incher has built-in streaming services and should deliver the basics on a budget. There's also a 24-inch model for $90, and a 39-inch set for $150.

Prime Day headphones deals 2022

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Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless headphones: $350 $228 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Not the latest premium Sony headphones (that'd be the pricier XM5) but these are still hugely recommendabe – especially at this price. They sound excellent, are comfortable to wear and sport decent ANC.

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Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless earbuds: $278 $198 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Current class leaders, these earbuds deliver a satisfying user experience, class-leading battery life, some of the best noise-cancelling we’ve heard in this category, and absolutely stunning sound quality. Put simply, this is the benchmark for premium true wireless earbuds.

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Sony WF-C500 wireless earbuds: $98 $58 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
In the WF-C500, Sony has managed to bring a lot of what makes its expensive true wireless in-ears such a success without cutting too many corners too obviously – and in the process, it has made your job of choosing a great budget pair that little bit easier.

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Sony WH-CH710N headphones: $148 $68 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We haven't reviewed these headphones just yet, but Sony's positioning them as a cheaper alternative to the excellent WF-1000XM3. These aim to bring a balanced yet punchy sound with active noise-cancellation and 35 hours of battery life without breaking the bank.

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Beats Solo 3 Wireless $200 $115 at Amazon (save $85) (opens in new tab)
These ever-popular Beats wireless on-ears are $40 off at Amazon. They aren't the best-sounding headphones out there, but they sound likeably clear and bold and have excellent features. Good value at this knockdown price.

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AKG Y500 Wireless (opens in new tab)$150 $43 at Amazon (save $107) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)"Juggling good sound quality, clever features, durable build quality and attractive design in equal measure is no mean feat, but AKG pulls it off while making it look easy" – that's what we said of these wireless on-ears under intense review.

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Shure Aonic 50 $399 $249 at Amazon (save $150) (opens in new tab) Given this is new ground for Shure, the Aonic 50 are a solid first attempt at a pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones. They aren't quite as engaging as the Sony and Sennheiser class leaders, but they do offer outstanding levels of detail, clear and clean delivery and solid bass.

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Apple AirPods Max $549 $439 at Amazon (save $110) (opens in new tab)
Yes, even with this fantastic deal Apple's wireless noise-cancelling over-ear headphones are still quite expensive. But they are wonderful to use, boast spatial audio support and are one of the very best-sounding wireless headphones we've heard. Worth it.

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Technics EAH-AZ70W $249 $151 at Amazon (save $98) (opens in new tab)
US buyers can grab a great deal on these earbuds. Save $98 on premium wireless earbuds that impress with punchy sound, good noise-cancelling and a comfortable design. Silver finish only.

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AirPods Pro $250 $170 at Amazon (save $75) (opens in new tab)
We called the AirPods Pro "exceptionally comfortable" and praised their "strong noise-cancelling and balanced, easy-going sound". Now, they're even better thanks to spatial audio support, and this is a great price for the AirPods Pro.

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Bose QC45 headphones $329 $229 (save $100) (opens in new tab)
With hard-to-beat effective noise cancellation, a 24-hour battery life and a truly comfortable build, if you're looking for a deal on your next long-haul flight companion, you may have just found it. 

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Panasonic RZ-S500W $180 $128 at Amazon (save $52) (opens in new tab)
Panasonic's noise-cancelling true wireless earbuds are the best you can buy at this new permanent price drop, offering features and sound quality that are very rare at this price.

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Sony WF-1000XM3 (opens in new tab)$230 $121 at Amazon (save $109) (opens in new tab)
While now surpassed by the WF-1000XM4, these true wireless earbuds are still great buys – especially at this discounted price. They combine effective active noise-cancelling with a real sense of musicality. 

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Bowers & Wilkins PX7 $400 $279 at Amazon (save $120) (opens in new tab)
In our review we praised the PX7's "lively, insightful sound", "three-tiered noise cancellation" and "sophisticated, comfortable design", leaving us no choice but to award them a coveted five stars, even at the asking price of $400. Now, they're a bargain with this big saving in the Prime day sales.

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JBL Reflect Flow $150 $88.75 at Amazon (save $61)
(opens in new tab)In our five-star review, we praised the Reflect Flow's detail, musicality and strong bass depth. They also deliver a solid fit and long battery life, perfect for those evening runs.

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Beats Powerbeats Pro $250 $200 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
At this price, the Pros aren't bad options at all for sporty types. Build quality is excellent, as is their fit and list of useful features. These true wireless earbuds come into their own for exercise, so this new low price shouldn't be sniffed at.

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Beats Studio Buds $150 $99.95 (save $50) (opens in new tab)
Walmart has $50 off all three colours of the Beats Studio Buds – red, black and white. The deal also includes free shipping and a 30-day free returns window. We called these new Beats "a neat true wireless solution that represents one of the best affordable alternatives to Apple’s AirPods we’ve seen so far". So, what are you waiting for?

Prime Day TV deals 2022

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Samsung LS03B: $1100 $848 at Amazon (save $252) (opens in new tab)
Samsung's Frame packs in a 4K QLED display, HDR, and 120Hz support alongside a sleek, modern design that's the perfect fit as the centerpiece of your living room.

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LG OLED48A1 $1200 $797 at Amazon (save $403) (opens in new tab)
LG's A1 is an excellent cheap OLED for movies and TV. Features include Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision IQ, Filmmaker Mode and Cinema HDR. 

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Hisense 43A6G: $310 $257 at Amazon (save $53) (opens in new tab)
We've reviewed the UK variant of this 4K TV, and we're wowed by the number of features and the level of picture and sound quality on offer for such a low price. 

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Amazon Fire TV 50-inch 4K TV $470 $300 (save $170) (opens in new tab)
We haven't tested this TV, but if you're after a 4K HDR picture with built-in streaming services and the benefit of a Fire TV Alexa Voice remote on a strict budget, you likely won't find better.

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Insignia Full HD 32-inch TV $180 $100 at Amazon (save $80) (opens in new tab)
Ideal if you're after a second-bedroom or kitchen TV, this 32-incher has built-in streaming services and should deliver the basics on a budget. There's also a 24-inch model for $90, and a 39-inch set for $150.

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LG OLED48C1: $1297 $797 at Amazon (save $500) (opens in new tab)
LG's C1 OLEDs are some of the best in the business. The C1 has excellent tonal detail, an exciting picture, and it's great for gaming. If you want an OLED TV, look no further than the C1 at less than $900 with this deal.

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LG OLED65C1: $2500 $1549 at Walmart (save $951) (opens in new tab)
The C1 OLED boasts excellent detail and clarity, deep, inky blacks, buttery-smooth 120Hz playback, and excellent HDR. A fantastic TV with a hugely tempting (and reduced) price tag.

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LG OLED65G2: $3200 $2597 at Amazon (save $602) (opens in new tab)
LG's premium G-series of OLED TVs wows with a bright picture, extraordinarily deep blacks, and an improved Gallery design. With this meaty discount, you can get one of the best TVs around for less than $3000.

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TCL 65-inch 6-Series 4K TV (2021 Model) $1499 $999 on Amazon (save $500) (opens in new tab)
This 4K HDR TCL TV with 240 localized dimming zones and Mini-LED display tech offers up great picture quality for the price alongside a game mode and the familiar suite of smart features.

Prime Day speaker deals 2022

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B&O Beosound A1 (2nd Gen) $250 $202 at Amazon (save $48) (opens in new tab)
Bang & Olufsen isn't often involved in discounts. So is this speaker a rare miss? Not at all. The Beosound A1 (2nd Gen) delivers a pleasing yet authoritative performance that you'd be happy listening to all day. Throw in its classy design plus the bonus of Alexa, and you're looking at a top Bluetooth speaker – now with a rare discount.

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Amazon Echo Dot 4th Gen $50 $20 at Amazon (save $30) (opens in new tab)
The latest Echo Dot swaps the puck design of its predecessors for an orb-like shape that sounds significantly better. As the smallest speaker in the Echo range, it's ideal for adding Alexa to every room of the house. This 60% saving beats last year's Prime Day deal price too...

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Bose SoundLink Revolve $199 $169 at Amazon (save $30) (opens in new tab)
Bose's Bluetooth model delivers huge performance from a tiny speaker. Whether in your home or out and about, it will make your tunes sing. And at this price, your heart, too.

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JBL Xtreme 2 $350 $180 at Amazon (save $170) (opens in new tab)
When we reviewed this larger portable speaker, we concluded: "One of the best portable speakers around, the Xtreme 2 offers sonic subtlety you wouldn’t expect from first impressions". And look at that discount! 

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JBL Charge 3 $150 $100 at Amazon (save $50)
(opens in new tab)It may not be the newest speaker in JBL's Charge family, but that doesn't stop it from being a versatile wireless speaker with a fine feature set and very good sound quality. For its price, it is excellent. Which is why we gave it five stars.

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Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 $399 $239 at Amazon (save $160) (opens in new tab)
The B6.2 speakers take what we loved about their Award-winning siblings and build on it with an even fuller-bodied and more mature presentation. If you want a faithful representation of what the rest of your system can do, the Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 speakers will deliver just that.

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Q Acoustics 3020i $399 $349 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
The Q Acoustics 3020i built on the strength of their Award-winning predecessors. They're deep in size, deep in sonic analysis, and ultimately will make great first speakers. 

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Klipsch R-41M $280 $130 at Amazon (save $150) (opens in new tab)
The R-41M pair are Klipsch classics with their horn tweeter and copper-colored driver – and heavily discounted ones at that thanks to their current 43% discount. Bargain.

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Klipsch R-41PM Bluetooth $499 $249 at Amazon (save $250) (opens in new tab)
Very well-equipped powered bookshelf speakers by Klipsch that offer an integrated phono pre-amp, Bluetooth, digital optical, analog RCA and USB inputs. Now with 44% off.

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Triangle Borea BR08 $1399 $900 at Amazon (save $500) (opens in new tab)
If you don't mind a white finish, these Triangle floorstanders are an absolute bargain at Amazon right now. They’re happy playing all genres of music and do it with a charm that’s addictive and, indeed, class-leading. What Hi-Fi? Award winners

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Polk Audio TSi100 $149 $99 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
These Polk speakers are a great price worth a punt for anyone on a strict budget looking for their first proper speakers. They sport a 1in silk dome tweeter, 5.25in polycarbonate woofer and stand 16 inches tall.

Prime Day tablet deals 2022

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iPad 10.2-inch $479 $429 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
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he iPad 2021 is still the best tablet in its field. If your current device has seen better days, or you're looking for an entry-level model for video calls that can also hold plenty of content to keep family members occupied, then this is an excellent option. 

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Amazon Fire HD 10 (32GB) $150 $75 at Amazon (save $75) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)The Fire HD 10 is the best big tablet out there if you're on a budget, and your budget will go much further if you purchase one this Prime Day. With a 1080p 10-inch screen, 32GB storage and a 12-hour battery life, this is a great everyday tablet.

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2021 iPad Pro (Wi-Fi, 128GB) $799 $699 at Amazon (save $100) (opens in new tab)
We called Apple's latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro "the pinnacle of portable cinema". This deal is on the 11-inch variant, which shares a lot of its larger sibling's charm and includes a very welcome discount.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 256GB $679 $475 at Amazon (save $204) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Amazon has knocked even more money off Samsung's 2021,  iPad-rivalling, Android tablet. The 12.4-inch slate comes with an S-Pen, so you can doodle, clip, tap and scribble notes.

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Microsoft Surface Pro 8 256GB $1200 $939 at Amazon (save $261) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)Here's a massive discount on this multi-tasking tablet. The latest model, it sports a with 13-inch PixelSense display that automatically adjusts to ambient light and an Intel Evo chip that promises high-performance.

Prime Day hi-fi deals 2022

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Onkyo TX-8220 $349 $249 at Amazon (save $100) (opens in new tab)
This stereo receiver features two powerful amplifiers, digital audio inputs for TV and BD/DVD player connection, analog inputs for your audio devices and built-in Bluetooth connectivity. There is even a dedicated phono input for your vinyl record player. And you can make a $100 saving.

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Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 $399 $239 at Amazon (save $160) (opens in new tab)
The B6.2 speakers take what we loved about their Award-winning siblings and build on it with an even fuller-bodied and more mature presentation. If you want a faithful representation of what the rest of your system can do, the Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 speakers will deliver just that. 

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Q Acoustics 3020i $399 $349 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
The Q Acoustics 3020i built on the strength of their Award-winning predecessors. They're deep in size, deep in sonic analysis, and ultimately will make great first speakers.

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Klipsch R-41PM Bluetooth $499 $239 at Amazon (save $261) (opens in new tab)
Very well-equipped powered bookshelf speakers by Klipsch that offer an integrated phono pre-amp, Bluetooth, digital optical, analog RCA and USB inputs. Now with 44% off.

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT $219 $199 at Amazon (save $20) (opens in new tab)
Not the best-sounding turntable in the entry-level space, but if you want to listen to vinyl wirelessly through your Bluetooth headphones, this is an affordable way to do it.

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LG UBK90 4K HDR Blu-ray player $300 $227 at Amazon (save $73) (opens in new tab)
This player does it all when it comes to discs, playing 4K Blu-rays and supporting many flavours of HDR, including Dolby Vision. Twin HDMI outputs allow you to split picture and sound. It also comes with smart apps for on-demand streaming.

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Elac Debut 2.0 5.1 cinema pack $2180 $1806 at Amazon (save $351) (opens in new tab)
This five-star Elac Debut 2.0 speaker package is also available at a significant discount. It's a classic-looking and beautiful sounding system offering some genuine home cinema refinement.

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Elac Debut 2.0 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos cinema pack $2470 $2062 at Amazon (save $391) (opens in new tab)
The same five-star home theater speaker package as above but  with a pair of Elac Dolby Atmos speaker modules to pop ontop of the floorstanders and add a new dimension to your movie sound. Cracking deal.

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LG SP8YA Dolby Atmos soundbar $800 $395 at Amazon (save $405) (opens in new tab)
This Dolby Atmos soundbar with a wireless sub has many the connectivity and features of LG's higher-end models, including eARC, HDMI 2.1 input, optical connectivity, Bluetooth and wi-fi, Chromecast and 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 (opens in new tab) 2.0 surround kit 

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Nakamichi Shockwafe Ultra 9.2.4 soundbar: $1900 $1600 at Amazon (save $300) (opens in new tab)
This Nakamichi system is probably the highest channel count system you'll find discounted this Prime Day with 4 rear surrounds and dual subs. It features the company's all-new Spatial Surround Elevation (SSE) Max technology, supercharged speaker drivers and amplifier hardware, eARC (opens in new tab) connectivity, Dolby Atmos (opens in new tab), DTS:X, Dolby Vision and, for the first time ever, Qualcomm aptX HD (opens in new tab) support. It's not a model we've tested yet but it's a whole lot of tech for your money.

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Bose Smart Soundbar 900 $899 $799 at Amazon (save $100) (opens in new tab) Available in black and white, this slick soundbar has all the spec you'd expect from Bose with wifi connectivity, Airplay, Bluetooth, Chromecast and multi-room streaming. Sonically it produces an impressively wide soundfield and an articulate and crisp Dolby Atmos performance. 

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Sony SF100 soundbar $128 $99 at Target (save $29) (opens in new tab)
If you're looking for a simple, constructive step up in sound from your TV's in-built speakers, Sony's SF150 offers a significant sonic enhancement for little outlay. Alongside HDMI ARC, it has an optical input supporting Dolby Digital (opens in new tab), Dolby Dual mono and LPCM 2ch. There's also a USB port and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity for music playback from an external source too. To boost your cinema experience there's also Sony's S-Force Front Surround technology on-board, which applies processing to give the acoustic impression of a more encompassing sound stage.

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Samsung HW-Q600A $600 $345 at Amazon (save $255) (opens in new tab)
A premium Atmos soundbar at a not-so-premium price thanks to Black Friday. We've been impressed with Samsung's form in the Atmos soundbar market of late, so we reckon the Q600A at only $328 is a safe bet for those looking to sweeten up their TV system.

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Sony HT-G700: $599 $398 at Amazon (save $201) (opens in new tab)
The Sony HT-G700 has got a big, weighty sound that makes for an impressive and engaging Dolby Atmos listening experience all the while coming in a solid, stylish package. At less than $400, the HT-G700 is a good soundbar and an even better deal for a bar that comes packed with its own wireless subwoofer alongside a dedicated HDMI input. If you aren't interested in multi-room support, this soundbar is a great way to upgrade the sound of any TV.

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Roku Streambar: $129 $89 at Amazon (save $40) (opens in new tab)
Roku has its own soundbar, the Streambar, and its got direct, well-projected sound with a solid feature list and most importantly can get loud without issue. If you need a cheap upgrade for your TV, this is it. Plus, the Roku Streambar is also its very own full-fledged Roku device with all the familiar Roku features you already probably know and love, so it's a great way to make a TV smart and easily stream all the 4K HDR content you could ever want. Check it out while supplies last.

Prime Day Apple deals 2022

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iPad 10.2-inch 256GB $479 $429 at Amazon (save $50) (opens in new tab)
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he iPad 2021 is still the best tablet in its field. If your current device has seen better days, or you're looking for an entry-level model for video calls that can also hold plenty of content to keep family members occupied, then this is an excellent option.

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Apple AirPods Max $549 $439 at Amazon (save $110) (opens in new tab)
Yes, even with this fantastic deal Apple's wireless noise-cancelling over-ear headphones are still quite expensive. But they are wonderful to use, boast spatial audio support and are one of the very best-sounding wireless headphones we've heard. Worth it. 

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Apple AirPods Pro $250 $169 at Amazon (save $81) (opens in new tab)
(opens in new tab)In our review, we called the AirPods Pro "exceptionally comfortable" and praised their "strong noise-cancelling and balanced, easy-going sound". Perfect for long-haul flights, workouts and commutes.

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iPad Pro 12.9 (2021) 1TB $1799 $1699 at Amazon (save $100) (opens in new tab)
Here's a massive discount on the 2021 iPad Pro. This high-end tablet combines slick design with Apple's speedy M1 chip and a truly fantastic ProMotion XDR display with True Tone. A bargain at this price.

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Apple AirPods 3 $179 $169.99 at Amazon (save $9) (opens in new tab)
Apple's latest AirPods edge one step closer to the AirPods Pro. How? With shorter stems and the inclusion of spatial audio. Honestly, any discount on these excellent new earbuds is welcome, no matter how modest.

Prime Day secret hacks

1. Sign up for the free Prime trial
If you're new to Amazon Prime, make sure you take advantage of the 30-day free Prime trial (opens in new tab). And remember to cancel if you don't want a monthly bill for $14.99 when the trial ends.

2. Google a product before buying
Not every Prime Day 2022 deal is a winner, so make sure you compare prices online before you buy.

3. Big brands can equal big savings
Amazon often slashes the cost of a few big brand items – think Playstation and Xbox accessories, Samsung TVs and tablets, etc – to get the attention of shoppers. Keep an eye out for these 'marquee' deals.

4. Check the Amazon Warehouse
Returned goods end up on sale at the Amazon Warehouse at a decent discount., so there's a chance you could spot an open-box bargain that beats the box-fresh Prime Day price.

5. Stay tuned to What Hi-Fi.com
Amazon unleashes thousands of deals around Prime Day, which can make it tricky to find genuine bargains on five-star tech and AV. That's why we'll be publishing an up-to-the minute list of the very best Prime Day 2022 deals.

6. Create personalised deal alerts
Visit the Prime Day page on the US Amazon app and click 'create deal alerts'. Once Prime Day starts, you'll receive push notifications about deals on your recently viewed items.

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