Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the rest of the ongoing online sales events are a great time to pick up a deal on headphones, speakers and other audio.
We'll be updating regular like, so keep checking back. Obviously, there are a billion deals out there right now, but we'll sift through to find the cream of the crop: big brands with big discounts.
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Amazon is doing Bose's excellent SoundLink On-Ear Bluetooth Wireless Headphones for £60 off. That still leaves it at £119, but it's worth a punt.
Google's Chromecast Audio is half price at just 15 quid at Currys. Just plug it in to any speaker or system with a line in, and you can stream audio from any Android device, PC or Mac from a plethora of sources. That is an absolute steal for any Android-owning music lover.
Along similar lines, Amazon's Fire Stick is a tenner off at £24 at, of course, Amazon. Every year…
After a soundbar?
AO has the LG SH-05 Bluetooth soundbar with wireless woofer for £199. That's £50 off the RRP.
The more powerful Samsung HW-J6000R is £130 off at £299. It also packs Bluetooth and a wireless sub, and is curved, just like lots of TVs briefly were, a year or so ago.
If you've been after a 2.1 system for your TV, this does a standup job for the money, although the lack of HDMI (it's Bluetooth and optical only) may explain the hefty price cut.
LG's SH6 All-in-1 Sound Bar might be an even better option at £209.99, down from £400. It features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI, digital and analogue inputs, but no subwoofer. Get one from Amazon if you prefer one-box solutions.
Monster iSport in-ears are among our favourite headphones for exercise and running, thanks to powerful audio and rock-solid fit.
B&O Play Beoplay H3 and H2. With wired headphones possibly on their way out, there are plenty of deals on Bluetooth-lacking listening devices.
We rate the Optoma NuForce BE6i headphones highly. Although they are a bit on the hefty side for in-ears, they stay in place better than we expected, and audio is excellent.
Considering the design is stripped down to just two buds on either end of a wire with a remote in the middle, the 8-hour battery life is a nice surprise, too. Remarkable what they can do nowadays.
Philips SHB8850NC Wireless Noise-Cancelling on-ear Bluetooth Headphones are an affordable but winning combination of style and sound. And they're now £34.99 at Argos.co.uk, which is better than half price. Get in!