The best Cyber Monday US deals 2023: OLED TVs, Bluetooth speakers, Apple headphones and more

Black Friday is behind us but if you thought that was the end of the sales madness, think again: Cyber Monday is here and there are still some fantastic deals to be had!

Some deals are now dead and buried but a lot of the best savings from last week and over the weekend are still available as we enter the final hours of Cyber Monday. In some instances, there are even new, extra discounts to be had on all manner of kit, including some of the best TVs, headphones, hi-fi speakers, AV receivers and more.

Our expert team of tech reviewers has over 100 years of collective experience in the industry, and we've been searching high and low for the lowest prices on the best products that we have actually tried, tested and can genuinely recommend. A big discount on a bad product isn't a good deal, so you'll find none of those here.

If you enjoy the thrill of the hunt yourself, you can of course skip our advice and head straight to all the Amazon Cyber Monday deals yourself – let us know if you find any cracking deals that we haven't flagged.

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Best Cyber Monday deals overall

Apple AirPods 2 was $130 now $80 at Target (save $50)
Read our Apple AirPods 2 review

Apple AirPods 2 was $130 now $80 at Target (save $50)
These currently sell for $159, but Walmart is slashing the price for the Cyber Monday sale. That's a decent deal – these are tonally balanced, with more sophisticated sonics and flawless wireless tech.
Read our Apple AirPods 2 review

Samsung 43-inch QN90B: was $1197now $948 at Amazon (save $249)
Five stars
Read our Samsung QN90B review

Samsung 43-inch QN90B: was $1197 now $948 at Amazon (save $249)
This Mini-LED TV offers up truly impressive blacks, excellent brightness, and tons of gaming-friendly connectivity. If you're looking for a TV that performs great and is a deal, look no further. Five stars
Read our
Samsung QN90B review

Sony WH-1000XM4 was $348 now $228 at Walmart (save $120)
What Hi-Fi? Award winnerRead our Sony WH-1000XM4 review

Sony WH-1000XM4 was $348 now $228 at Walmart (save $120)
These comfortable and lightweight headphones offer up sensational audio quality. Plus, you get good noise-cancelling and battery life. This is a great price for these five-star headphones. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Sony WH-1000XM4 review

LG C3 OLED was $2500 now $1597 at Walmart (save $903)
Read our LG OLED65C3 review

LG C3 OLED was $2500 now $1597 at Walmart (save $903)
This LG TV offers up some impressive image quality, absolutely superb gaming performance, and a user-friendly interface, too. At $903 below MSRP, it's hard to say no to this four-star set.
Read our LG OLED65C3 review

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Maxwas $59now $40 (save $19)
Read our Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max review

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max was $59 now $40 (save $19)
With an impressive spec list, full range of streaming apps, and an easy-to-navigate interface (particularly when using the bundled Alexa remote) the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max offers plug-and-play streaming at its lowest-ever price.
Read our Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max review

Sonos Beam 2: was $499now $399 at Amazon (save $100) Five stars.

Sonos Beam 2: was $499 now $399 at Amazon (save $100)
The brilliant Beam (Gen 2) is a two-time Award winning Dolby Atmos soundbar and an absolute steal at this great price for Cyber Monday. Five stars.

Chromecast 1080pwas $30now$20 at Walmart (save $10)

Chromecast 1080p was $30 now $20 at Walmart (save $10)
Google's Chromecast is a user-friendly, featured-packed media streamer with all the apps you already know and love. You'll get that same great HDR with the 1080p model, but you will be limited to Full HD. Thankfully, you can get this streamer for just $20.

JBL Xtreme 3:was $379now$230 at Amazon (save $149)

JBL Xtreme 3: was $379 now $230 at Amazon (save $149)
This five-star speaker comes with a rugged build, an impressive sense of detail and dynamics, and strong timing, too. We loved this speaker at its original $350, and at just $230 this is an absolute steal.

Sony BDP-S6700 4K Blu-ray player was $178 now $120 at BestBuy

Sony BDP-S6700 4K Blu-ray player was $178 now $120 at BestBuy
The BDP-S6700 scored a coveted five-star rating in our tests. Budget by price but not by nature, the 4K upscaling performance belies its low price tag. Built-in Wi-Fi provides access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Spotify. 

Beats Solo 3 Wireless was $199now $125 at Walmart (save $74)
Read our Beats Solo 3 review

Beats Solo 3 Wireless was $199 now $125 at Walmart (save $74)
With impressive wireless technology courtesy of Apple's W1 chip, a famously stylish design in a choice of three colours, a 40-hour battery life, and – of course – this saving, any shortcomings when it comes to ultimate sound quality can be more easily overlooked.
Read our Beats Solo 3 review

Roku Streaming Stick 4K:was $50now $30 at Walmart (save $20)

Roku Streaming Stick 4K: was $50 now $30 at Walmart (save $20)
Roku's smart stick supports HDR and promises 30% faster streaming as well as all the apps you could need. At this discount, you'll be hard-pressed to find a more full-featured streamer for the money, especially one that's so small and portable.

UE Wonderboom 3 was $100now$74 at Amazon (save $26)
Read our UE Wonderboom 3 review

UE Wonderboom 3 was $100 now $74 at Amazon (save $26)
We gave the Wonderboom and Wonderboom 2 five-stars in our reviews, while the Wonderboom 3 brings battery life upgrades, improved Bluetooth tech, and a more sustainable design. If you need a hardy waterproof speaker, the Wonderboom is always a strong choice.
Read our UE Wonderboom 3 review

Denon AVR-X2800H was $1200 now $849 (save $351)
Five stars.

Denon AVR-X2800H was $1200 now $849 (save $351)
With an open soundstage, clear vocals and quick timing, the AVR-X2800H has a great sound and the connectivity options to match. No wonder it's a What Hi-Fi? award-winner. Five stars.

Samsung LS03B was $1997now $1400 at Amazon (save $597)

Samsung LS03B was $1997 now $1400 at Amazon (save $597)
Samsung's Frame TV packs in a 4K QLED display, HDR, and 120Hz support alongside a sleek, modern design that wants to be the centerpiece of your living room and a full-featured TV at the same time.

JBL Flip 6was $130now $90 at Amazon (save $40)
Five starsRead our JBL Flip 6 review

JBL Flip 6 was $130 now $90 at Amazon (save $40)
Coming with excellent clarity and separation, punchy bass, and even a useful EQ system, the Flip 6 sets the standard for a Bluetooth speaker at its price. Thankfully, this Cyber Monday you can get yours for $40 off, making this not just a great speaker but great value too. Five stars
Read our JBL Flip 6 review

JBL Charge 5: $180$120 at Amazon
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our JBL Charge 5 review

JBL Charge 5: was $180 now $120 at Amazon
This five-star Bluetooth speaker comes packed with a clear, detailed sound; a wide open soundstage; and even robust dust- and waterproofing, too. At $60 off, it's hard to say no to this speaker. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our
JBL Charge 5 review

Sony WH-1000XM5 was $400 now $328 at Amazon (save $72)
Read our Sony WH-1000XM5 review

Sony WH-1000XM5 was $400 now $328 at Amazon (save $72)
The best pair of wireless noise-cancelling headphones you can buy at this price. The Sony XM5 headphones might feel a little less premium than before, but the jump in sound quality from the previous generation is a big one. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Sony WH-1000XM5 review

Bose QuietComfort 45 was $329now $199 at Amazon (save $130)

Bose QuietComfort 45 was $329 now $199 at Amazon (save $130)
These excellent ANC headphones from Bose offer up strong noise-cancellation alongside impressive battery life and a comfortable build. At $130 off, if you're looking for a solid pair of cans, look no further.

Amazon Echo (4th Gen) was $99now $47 at Amazon (save $52)
Four stars
Read our Amazon Echo (4th Gen) review

Amazon Echo (4th Gen) was $99 now $47 at Amazon (save $52)
Amazon's popular smart speaker is back with a whole new look in its fourth generation. It also has a built-in Zigbee smart hub this time round, and extra bass. Four stars
Read our
Amazon Echo (4th Gen) review

Apple AirPods Max was $549now $446 at Amazon (save $103)
Five stars
Read our AirPods Max review

Apple AirPods Max was $549 now $446 at Amazon (save $103)
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. Five stars
Read our
AirPods Max review

Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless was $400now$300 at Amazon (save $100)
Five starsRead our Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless review

Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless was $400 now $300 at Amazon (save $100)
Sennheiser's Momentum 3 wireless ANC headphones are an admirable set of Bluetooth over ears. We complemented their energetic presentation and stellar noise cancelling in our review, and they still hold up even with the newer Momentum 4 now on the market. Five stars
Read our Sennheiser Momentum 3 Wireless review

Best Cyber Monday deals: TVs

TCL 32S335 was $230 now $170 at Amazon (save $60)
Read our TCL 32S335 review

TCL 32S335 was $230 now $170 at Amazon (save $60)
No one is claiming that this little TCL TV is even in the same league as the big boys that fill out the rest of this list, but if you're looking for a very cheap TV, we've not tested anything better. For a very low price, you get a 32-inch 720p TV with the Roku operating system and surprisingly decent picture quality. A bargain.
Read our TCL 32S335 review

42-inch LG C3 OLED was $1400 now $897 at Amazon (save $503)
Read our LG OLED42C3 review

42-inch LG C3 OLED was $1400 now $897 at Amazon (save $503)
The C2 above has been replaced by this C3. It's another great TV, but the improvements are slight so we recommend you buy the C2 while it's still available and cheaper. Still, if you need the latest and greatest, this deal makes the C3 more tempting than ever.
Read our LG OLED42C3 review

Sony XR-42A90K was $1400 now $1198 at Amazon (save $202)
Five starsRead our Sony XR-42A90K review

Sony XR-42A90K was $1400 now $1198 at Amazon (save $202)
This 42-inch OLED TV lacks the flawless gaming spec of the LGs above, but its movie performance is superb and it sounds significantly better, thanks to Sony's clever Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, which features actuators that vibrate the whole screen in order to make sound. Five stars
Read our Sony XR-42A90K review

48-inch LG C3 OLED was $1500 now $1049 at Best Buy (save $300)
What Hi-Fi? Award winnerRead our LG OLED48C3 review

48-inch LG C3 OLED was $1500 now $1049 at Best Buy (save $300)
This LG TV offers up some impressive image quality, absolutely superb gaming performance, and a user-friendly interface, too. At $300 off, it's hard to say no to this five-star OLED TV from LG. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our LG OLED48C3 review

Omni QLED 50-inch TV was $530 now $400 (save $130)
What Hi-Fi? Award winnerRead our Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED review

Omni QLED 50-inch TV was $530 now $400 (save $130)
Amazon's line of budget QLED TVs offer up 4K support, HDR, full-array local dimming, and Amazon's own brand of smart TV OS. If you want a user-friendly, all-in-one smart hub, this QLED TV is an excellent choice – especially when you can find one that's $130 off. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED review

Sony XR-55A95K was $3000 now $2479 at Walmart (save $521)
Five starsRead our Sony XR-55A95K review

Sony XR-55A95K was $3000 now $2479 at Walmart (save $521)
The Sony A95K was the first QD-OLED we tested. Its combination of Quantum Dot and OLED technologies results in a picture with incredible contrast and colors, all tied together with Sony's usual cinematic subtlety. It sounds very good by TV standards, too. Very expensive at launch, this trailblazer is now a little more attainable with this deal. Five stars
Read our Sony XR-55A95K review

Sony XR-55A80L was $1900now $1398 at Crutchfield (save $502)
What Hi-Fi Award winnerRead our Sony XR-55A80L review

Sony XR-55A80L was $1900 now $1398 at Crutchfield (save $502)
The brand new Sony A80L is the surprise of 2023 so far. It uses standard OLED panel technology (rather than QD-OLED or MLA) but produces an incredibly punchy, vibrant and exciting picture that still exhibits Sony's trademark authenticity. You'll still get bigger discounts on one of last year's sets, but deals for this brilliant Sony are starting to appear. What Hi-Fi Award winner
Read our Sony XR-55A80L review

LG OLED55G3 was $2500 now $1799 at Best Buy (save $701)
Five starsRead our LG OLED55G3 review

LG OLED55G3 was $2500 now $1799 at Best Buy (save $701)
The LG G3 is the very first TV to benefit from MLA technology, which uses microscopic lenses in order to focus the light being produced by the TV's OLEDs, resulting in significantly higher brightness. It's a brilliantly punchy TV that also boasts essentially flawless gaming specs and a gorgeous 'Gallery' design. Five stars
Read our LG OLED55G3 review

Samsung S90C OLED was $1900 now $1600 at Best Buy (save $300)

Samsung S90C OLED was $1900 now $1600 at Best Buy (save $300)
This Samsung TV comes packed with 4K/120Hz support, HDR, Dolby Atmos and more, making it a solid choice for movie buffs and hardcore gamers alike. At $300 off, this OLED TV is worth a look if you want a new set that doesn't appear to make many compromises. If it's anything like its predecessor, this is a very good TV indeed.

Samsung QN90B was $1197now$889 at Amazon (save $308)
Five stars
Read our Samsung QN90B review

Samsung QN90B was $1197 now $889 at Amazon (save $308)
This Mini-LED TV offers up truly impressive blacks, excellent brightness, and tons of gaming-friendly connectivity. If you're looking for a TV that performs great and is a deal, look no further. Five stars
Read our
Samsung QN90B review

Samsung QN65S9Bwas $2997now $1987 at Amazon (save $1010)

Samsung QN65S9B was $2997 now $1987 at Amazon (save $1010)
US customers can bag a decent discount on the S95B – a colossal saving of over $1000. That's more than enough to pay for a decent soundbar, upgrading your TV audio no end.

Samsung LS03B was $1997now $1597 at Amazon (save $400)

Samsung LS03B was $1997 now $1597 at Amazon (save $400)
Samsung's Frame packs in a 4K QLED display, HDR, and 120Hz support alongside a sleek, modern design that wants to be the centerpiece of your living room and a full-featured TV at the same time.

58-inch 4K QLED TV was $600now$360 at Amazon (save $240)

58-inch 4K QLED TV was $600 now $360 at Amazon (save $240)
If you're looking for a modern QLED 4K smart TV that'll handle all your streaming needs as well as casual next-gen gaming, this Hisense TV will get the job done. What's more is that with this deal you'll get a great value, too.

65in The Terrace: $4999$3999 at Samsung

65in The Terrace: was $4999 now $3999 at Samsung
The Terrace is the first TV verified for 'Outdoor Visibility', which means this 'Full Sun' model is watchable even in direct sunlight. If you want to give your garden a state-of-the-art twist, look no further.

Best Cyber Monday deals: Headphones

EarFun Air earbuds was $66 now $36 at Amazon (save $20)
What Hi-Fi? Award winnerRead our EarFun Air review

EarFun Air earbuds was $66 now $36 at Amazon (save $20)
The EarFun Air buds earned a What Hi-Fi? Award in 2020 and for good reason. These earbuds sound great, have tons of features, and they're well-built. With this Cyber Monday deal, they're exceptional value, too. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our EarFun Air review

Skullcandy Smokin' Buds 2 earbudswas $60now $25 at Amazon (save $35)
Read our Skullcandy Smokin' Buds 2 review

Skullcandy Smokin' Buds 2 earbuds was $60 now $25 at Amazon (save $35)
These four-star earbuds manage to offer a full, fun listening experience when we reviewed them at their retail price, and now at less than half of what they once cost, these buds are a smokin' hot deal, indeed.
Read our Skullcandy Smokin' Buds 2 review

Apple AirPods (2019)was$159now $90 at Walmart (save $70)
Read our Apple AirPods (2019) review

Apple AirPods (2019) was $159 now $90 at Walmart (save $70)
These AirPods did drop to $99 for a while, and are now even cheaper still. If you aren't bothered about spatial audio and those slightly longer stems, these veterans still offer unbeatable usability and decent sound quality for Apple users for a much lower price.
Read our Apple AirPods (2019) review

Beats Solo 3 Wireless was $199now $125 at Walmart (save $74)
Read our Beats Solo 3 Wireless review

Beats Solo 3 Wireless was $199 now $125 at Walmart (save $74)
With impressive wireless technology courtesy of Apple's W1 chip, a famously stylish design in a choice of three colours, a 40-hour battery life, and – of course – this saving, any shortcomings when it comes to ultimate sound quality can be more easily overlooked.
Read our Beats Solo 3 Wireless review

Beats Studio Buds was $150now$89 at Walmart (save $61)
Read our Beats Studio Buds review

Beats Studio Buds was $150 now $89 at Walmart (save $61)
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?
Read our Beats Studio Buds review

Sony WH-1000XM4 was $350now $228 at Amazon (save $122)
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Sony WH-1000XM4 review

Sony WH-1000XM4 was $350 now $228 at Amazon (save $122)
Sony’s premium XM4 might have been trumped by the XM5 but they still deliver a sonic masterclass. Nothing really lets that down – battery life, build, comfort and usability are all great for the money. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our
Sony WH-1000XM4 review

Sony WH-1000XM5 was $400 now$328 at Amazon (save $72)
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Sony WH-1000XM5 review

Sony WH-1000XM5 was $400 now $328 at Amazon (save $72)
The best pair of wireless noise-cancelling headphones you can buy at this price. The Sony XM5 headphones might feel a little less premium than before, but the jump in sound quality from the previous generation is a big one. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our
Sony WH-1000XM5 review

Apple AirPods Pro: $250now $190 at Walmart (save $60)

Apple AirPods Pro: was $250 now $190 at Walmart (save $60)
We described the AirPods Pro as "exceptionally comfortable" and praised their "strong noise-cancelling and balanced, easy-going sound". They're a great option if you've bought into Apple's ecosystem.

QuietComfort 45was $330now $199 at Amazon (save $31)
Read our Bose QuietComfort 45 review

QuietComfort 45 was $330 now $199 at Amazon (save $31)
These impressive Bose wireless headphones (in Triple Black or White Smoke) are great on the go, offering amazing noise-cancelling and a punchy, exciting sound.
Read our Bose QuietComfort 45 review

AirPods Max was $549now $450 at Amazon (save $99)
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our AirPods Max review

AirPods Max was $549 now $450 at Amazon (save $99)
Yes, even with a 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. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our
AirPods Max review

Best Cyber Monday deals: Soundbars

Sonos Beam 2: was $499now $399 at Amazon (save $100) Five stars.

Sonos Beam 2: was $499 now $399 at Amazon (save $100)
The brilliant Beam (Gen 2) is a two-time Award winning Dolby Atmos soundbar and an absolute steal at this great price for Cyber Monday. Five stars.

Sennheiser Ambeo Max was $2500now$1699 at Crutchfield (save $801)
 Five Stars
Read our Sennheiser Ambeo Max review

Sennheiser Ambeo Max was $2500 now $1699 at Crutchfield (save $801)
Standing over four feet wide, Sennheiser's Ambeo is not for the faint of heart or short of space. But it sounds sensational and boasts Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support. Relatively expensive by soundbar standards, but worth investigating if you can get a discount. Five Stars
Read our
Sennheiser Ambeo Max review

LG SP8YA

LG SP8YA was $800 now $476 at Walmart (save $324)
This Dolby Atmos soundbar with a wireless sub has much of the connectivity and features of LG's higher-end models. There's eARC, plus another HDMI 2.1 input with 4K Dolby Vision and HDR10 pass-through, as well as an optical input and a USB port. Streaming is well catered for too – alongside Bluetooth and wi-fi, there’s Chromecast and Apple Airplay 2.
Read our
LG SP8YA review

Samsung HW-Q950A was $1800now $1199 at Amazon (save $601)
Read our Samsung HW-Q950A review

Samsung HW-Q950A was $1800 now $1199 at Amazon (save $601)
There are big savings to be had Samsung's flagship 2021 soundbar, which has more drivers than any other model on the market. The 11.1.4-channel soundbar delivers both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X sound, which makes for epic sound.
Read our Samsung HW-Q950A review

Samsung HW-Q600A was $600now $250 at Amazon (save $350)
Read our Samsung HW-Q600A review

Samsung HW-Q600A was $600 now $250 at Amazon (save $350)
If you want seriously-cinematic sound at a reasonable price, this could be worth considering. The soundbar/sub combo includes up-firing channels and support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X sound.
Read our Samsung HW-Q600A review

Sony HT-SF150

Sony SF100 was $128 now $99 at Target (save $29)
This offers a significant sonic enhancement for little outlay. Alongside HDMI ARC, it has an optical input supporting Dolby Digital, 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.
Read our
Sony SF150 review

Best Cyber Monday deals: Projectors

Epson EpiqVision EF-11 HD projector was $800 now $600 at Crutchfield (save $200)

Epson EpiqVision EF-11 HD projector was $800 now $600 at Crutchfield (save $200)
The HD mini laser projector can produce a 1080p image of up to 150in at 1000 lumens of brightness, and it can do so with a 360-degree projection angle, meaning that you can place it almost anywhere. It has an HDMI-in and Miracast for screen sharing.

Samsung The Freestyle Full HD portable smart projector was $800 now $500 at Best Buy (save $300)

Samsung The Freestyle Full HD portable smart projector was $800 now $500 at Best Buy (save $300)
Samsung's portable projector takes the fun on the go, with integrated streaming apps and a compact form factor that means you can take this mini projector anywhere.

Leisure 470 Mini was $149now$100 at Best Buy (save $49)

Leisure 470 Mini was $149 now $100 at Best Buy (save $49)
Not one we've reviewed but this cheap projector has proved popular. It connects to your tablet or smartphone wirelessly and will produce a picture of up to 250 inches across. Its native resolution is 720p, but it supports 1080p, too.

BenQ TK850i was $1599now $1174 at Amazon (save $425)

BenQ TK850i was $1599 now $1174 at Amazon (save $425)
Not one we've tested but BenQ's HDR-PRO projectors offer an affordable and effective way of getting a 4K picture without breaking the budget. The TK850i is one of the higher-specced HDR-PRO machines and should bring a decent piece of DLP home cinema action into your living room.

Samsung LSP7T was $3500now$2799 at Samsung (save $701)

Samsung LSP7T was $3500 now $2799 at Samsung (save $701)
If the LSP9T below is a little big for your budget, Samsung's more reasonable UST offers a very decent compromise without having to miss out on the brilliant Tizen OS and the very handy aerial socket for terrestrial TV.

Best Cyber Monday deals: Bluetooth speakers

JBL Xtreme 3:was $379now$229 at Amazon (save $150)

JBL Xtreme 3: was $379 now $229 at Amazon (save $150)
This five-star speaker comes with a rugged build, an impressive sense of detail and dynamics, and strong timing, too. We loved this speaker at its original $350, and at just $229 this is an absolute steal.

Wonderboom 3 was $100now$60 at Amazon (save $40)
Read our UE Wonderboom 3 review

Wonderboom 3 was $100 now $60 at Amazon (save $40)
We gave the Wonderboom and Wonderboom 2 five-stars in our reviews, while the Wonderboom 3 brings battery life upgrades, improved Bluetooth tech, and a more sustainable design. If you need a hardy waterproof speaker, the Wonderboom is always a strong choice.
Read our UE Wonderboom 3 review

JBL Flip 6was $130now$90 at Amazon (save $40)
Five starsRead our JBL Flip 6 review

JBL Flip 6 was $130 now $90 at Amazon (save $40)
Coming with excellent clarity and separation, punchy bass, and even a useful EQ system, the Flip 6 sets the standard for a Bluetooth speaker at its price. Thankfully, this Cyber Monday you can get yours for $28 off, making this not just a great speaker but a great value. Five stars
Read our JBL Flip 6 review

JBL Charge 5: was $180now$120 at Amazon (save $60)
What Hi-Fi? Award winner

JBL Charge 5: was $180 now $120 at Amazon (save $60)
This five-star Bluetooth speaker comes packed with a clear, detailed sound; a wide open soundstage; and even robust dust- and waterproofing, too. At $60 off, it's hard to say no to this speaker. What Hi-Fi? Award winner

Read our JBL Charge 5 review

JBL Xtreme 2 was $350now$300 at Amazon (save $50)
 "Five starsRead our JBL Xtreme 2 review

JBL Xtreme 2 was $350 now $300 at Amazon (save $50)
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! Five stars
Read our JBL Xtreme 2 review

Sony LSPX-S3: was $350now $248 at Amazon (save $102)

Sony LSPX-S3: was $350 now $248 at Amazon (save $102)
A unique speaker that packs a lot of tech into a very futuristic aesthetic – and then makes it glow like a candle. It'll be the ultimate conversation piece over the holiday season and should sound great, too, especially with a discount. 

Google Nest Audio

Google Nest Audio: was $100 now $50 at Best Buy
Google's smart speaker was cheaper than ever during last year's Cyber Monday sales. This deal applied to all five finishes (Charcoal, Sky, Sage, Sand and Chalk), and came with an extended holiday return period in case you change your mind.

Google Nest Mini: $50$20 at Best Buy

Google Nest Mini: was $50 now $20 at Best Buy
The Google Nest Mini is a tiny smart speaker with Google Assistant. It can be used as a wireless speaker or smart hub through which you can control other Google Home and Chromecast-enabled speakers around your house.

Best Cyber Monday deals: Hi-Fi speakers

Klipsch R-41PM was $499now $299 at Amazon (save $200)

Klipsch R-41PM was $499 now $299 at Amazon (save $200)
These are very well equipped active speakers by Klipsch that offer an integrated phono pre-amp, Bluetooth, digital optical, analog RCA and USB inputs.

Dali Oberon 5 was $1500 now $1040 at Amazon (save $460)
Five stars
Read our Dali Oberon 5 review

Dali Oberon 5 was $1500 now $1040 at Amazon (save $460)
The Oberons have the dynamic subtlety, rhythmic precision and sheer transparency to pull the listener into the musical experience. Superb floorstanders. Five stars
Read our
Dali Oberon 5 review

Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2 was $330 now $200 at Amazon (save $130)
What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2 review

Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2 was $330 now $200 at Amazon (save $130)
Under review, we praised Elac's already budget bookshelf bobby dazzlers for their 'detailed and organised sound', 'solid build' and 'unfussy nature', leaving us with no choice but to give them five sweet stars and a subsequent award – for four years running. At this price, they are a steal. What Hi-Fi? Award winner
Read our
Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2 review

Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 was $399 now $240 at Amazon (save $160)
Five stars
Read our Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 review

Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 was $399 now $240 at Amazon (save $160)
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. Five stars
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Elac Debut 2.0 B6.2 review

Best Cyber Monday deals: Turntables

Sony PS-LX310BT was $250now $198 at Amazon (save $52)
Five stars

Sony PS-LX310BT was $250 now $198 at Amazon (save $52)
Here, Sony has generously given us a ‘plug and play’ fully automatic deck, including a phono stage, thrown in Bluetooth and priced it at the low end of the market. Five stars

Read our Sony PS-LX310BT review

Denon DP-400 was $589now $499 at Crutchfield (save $90)

Denon DP-400 was $589 now $499 at Crutchfield (save $90)
We haven't tested this for ourselves, but Denon is a hugely respected audio brand so it could be worth trying this one out. The DP-400 has a built-in phono preamp and spins at 33 1/3, 45 and 78rpm – perfect for those older collections.

Fluance RT81 was $350now$211 at Amazon (save $139)Read our Fluance RT81 review

Fluance RT81 was $350 now $211 at Amazon (save $139)
The RT81 is an instantly likeable deck that won't let you down. It sounds good out of the box and can be easily upgraded at a later stage. A talented musical turntable.
Read our Fluance RT81 review

Audio Technica AT-LP5x was $449 now $399 at Amazon (save $50)
Five stars
Read our Audio Technica AT-LP5x review

Audio Technica AT-LP5x was $449 now $399 at Amazon (save $50)
Audio-Technica’s original AT-LP5 turntable was a real winner. This LP5x model is even better: it now comes with an easier-to-fit cartridge and a built-in phono stage for both MC and MM, and it even sounds a little cleaner than its predecessor. Another winner and with a decent discount to boot.
Five stars
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Audio Technica AT-LP5x review

Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT was $219 now $179 at Amazon (save $40)
Read our Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT review

Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT was $219 now $179 at Amazon (save $40)
A very generous $40 discount takes this Bluetooth Audio-Technica player down to well under the $100 mark, although that's just for the rather attractive red finish and black finish. If you can forgive the slightly cheap-feeling build quality, this deck's good timing, decent balance and enjoyable dynamics are worth a look at this incredibly budget price. Besides, who doesn't like a hint of colour to brighten up their record player?
Read our Audio-Technica AT-LP60XBT review

Audio-Technica AT-LPW50PB was $449 now $399 at Walmart (save $50)
Read the Audio-Technica AT-LPW50PB review

Audio-Technica AT-LPW50PB was $449 now $399 at Walmart (save $50)
Our Aussie cousins over at Australian Hi-Fi reviewed the LPW50PB deck a few years back, and it's safe to say that they were impressed. Dubbing it an "excellent and stylish turntable at an awesome price", the svelte player made its mark not only by looking great but by sounding superb. A $50 discount only adds a cherry on the top.
Read the Audio-Technica AT-LPW50PB review

Best Cyber Monday deals: systems

Sony HT-A9 was $2000 now $1498 at Amazon (save $502)
Five stars.

Sony HT-A9 was $2000 now $1498 at Amazon (save $502)
A brilliant and compact Dolby Atmos speaker system that redefines accessible home cinema sound with an innovative, immersive and flexible solution. The Sony HT-A9 packs in a wealth of features as well as delivering great sound. Five stars.

Naim Mu-so 2 was 1599now$1299 at Amazon (save $300)
Five starsRead our Naim Mu-so 2 review

Naim Mu-so 2 was 1599 now $1299 at Amazon (save $300)
This Award-winning speaker might cost a pretty penny, but it's got a robust feature list, a great all-in-one design, a rich, detailed sound, and a easy-to-use app. What's more is that this Cyber Monday you can pick up the Mu-so 2 for $300 off, so you'd better act fast! Five stars
Read our Naim Mu-so 2 review

Audiolab 6000A was $1200 now $899 at Crutchfield (save $300)
Also available: Amazon
Read our Audiolab 6000A review

Audiolab 6000A was $1200 now $899 at Crutchfield (save $300)
The Audiolab 6000A is an excellent amplifier that takes the fight to any formidable class leader. This is the most affordable amp Audiolab has produced in recent years, and also one of its most capable, confident and competitive efforts. This price is $100 lower than last Black Friday.
Also available: Amazon
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Audiolab 6000A review

Arcam SA10 was $999now$880 at WWS (save $119)
Read our Arcam SA10 review

Arcam SA10 was $999 now $880 at WWS (save $119)
The SA10 gives you 50 watts of power per channel, a Toslink optical connector and two digital coaxial inputs, and three stereo analog RCA inputs. For vinyl enthusiasts, there's a dedicated phono input, plus a built-in DAC. It's an all-in-one system with a lot of appeal.
Read our Arcam SA10 review

Onkyo TX-8220 was $349now $249 at Amazon (save $100)
Read our Onkyo TX-8250 review

Onkyo TX-8220 was $349 now $249 at Amazon (save $100)
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.
Read our Onkyo TX-8250 review

Best Cyber Monday deals: Home cinema

Sony BDP-S6700 4K Blu-ray player was $178 now $119 at BestBuy

Sony BDP-S6700 4K Blu-ray player was $178 now $119 at BestBuy
The BDP-S6700 scored a coveted five-star rating in our tests. Budget by price but not by nature, the 4K upscaling performance belies its low price tag. Built-in Wi-Fi provides access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Spotify. 

Sony STR-DH590was $389now $248 at Walmart (save $141)
Read our Sony STR-DH790 review

Sony STR-DH590 was $389 now $248 at Walmart (save $141)
This Sony receiver packs in 4K support, robust HDR support, tons of HDMI inputs (with ARC, too), support for 5.2 channels, and even FM radio, Bluetooth, and virtual surround support, too. Whatever you want to watch, this piece of kit can handle it.
Read our Sony STR-DH790 review

Denon AVR-X2800H was $1200 now $763 (save $437)
Five stars.

Denon AVR-X2800H was $1200 now $763 (save $437)
With an open soundstage, clear vocals and quick timing, the AVR-X2800H has a great sound and the connectivity options to match. No wonder it's a What Hi-Fi? award-winner. Five stars.

Denon AVR-X2700H was $1099 now$699 at Amazon (save $400)
Five starsRead our Denon AVR-X2700H review

Denon AVR-X2700H was $1099 now $699 at Amazon (save $400)
This five-star AVR comes packed with fantastic spatial audio control, an amazing sense of rhythm, and supports 8K as well as HDMI 2.1. With this massive discount, this AVR is a phenomenal deal. Five stars
Read our Denon AVR-X2700H review

Sony BDP-S6700 was $178now$118 at Crutchfield (save $60)
Five starsRead our Sony BDP-S6700 review

Sony BDP-S6700 was $178 now $118 at Crutchfield (save $60)
The BDP-S6700 scored five-stars in our review. Budget by price but not by nature, this player's 4K upscaling performance belies its low price tag. Built-in wi-fi provides access to all your favorite services. Five stars
Read our Sony BDP-S6700 review

Polk Reserve 5.0: $3096$1776 at WWS

Polk Reserve 5.0: was $3096 now $1776 at WWS
Polk’s flagship speaker range utilizes many of its in-house technologies, such as Pinnacle Ring Radiator tweeters and Turbine Cone Midrange drivers as well as some new features, to eliminate unwanted cabinet and port resonances. This set-up lacks a sub but is still a great value deal on a premium package.

Elac Debut 2.0 5.1: $2180$1500 at Amazon

Elac Debut 2.0 5.1: was $2180 now $1500 at Amazon
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