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Best Cyber Monday deals on speakers, sound systems and Sonos

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With Cyber Monday now in full swing, it's time to pick up the best deals you can on speakers, sound systems and Sonos sets. Helpfully, we're here to guide you.

We are seeing some major price cuts on high-end speakers from the likes of John Lewis and Amazon.

Most stores that have a technology section will be discounting their speakers and sound systems through Black Friday and into Cyber Monday (the Monday after Black Friday, which sees similar deals but often more focused on ones you can purchase either online or with a more technology focus).

Our buying guide for Sonos speakers should give you a good idea for what to look out for, and we'll be updating here with the best deals we find through the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend.

Black Friday products

The best Cyber Monday speaker and sound system deals

Best Sonos deals

Sonos Play 1 smart speaker 

Was £179 now £149 from John Lewis

sonos

The Sonos Play 1 received rave reviews from the Telegraph earlier this year. It's a compact yet still high  quality wireless speaker that can stream all your music in any room and integrates with all preexisting Sonos devices. It can be controlled by Android or Apple products.

With it's top-quality sound, well beyond what would be expected of a speaker of its size, and simple controls, this is an excellent Cyber Monday deal from John Lewis.

Bluetooth speakers

UE Boom 2 speakers

Was £169.99, now £129.95 from Amazon

UE Boom 2

A cracking deal on these Ultimate Ears speakers, which have been cut to £129.95 on Amazon. These speakers offer 360-degree audio and are rugged and waterproof and can be paired together to create unbeatable sound at this price.

B&O Play A1

Was £199, now £174 from Amazon

B&O

This Bang & Olufson speaker now is now down to £149, down from its regular retail price of £199. Dust and splash resistant, it's also lightweight, coming in a range of colours to suit your tastes. Link multiple speakers up with Bluetooth to get a stereo experience. It's Amazon's deal of the day so move fast.

JBL Xtreme bluetooth speaker

Was £249, now £149 from Currys PC World

JBL speaker

This rugged portable speaker has been waterproofed, meaning it's ready for a holiday, camping trip or skiing holiday. It has a 12 hour battery life and connects using Bluetooth. Down from almost £250, this is a great offer for a high quality Bluetooth speaker set.

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Smartspeakers

Amazon Echo

Was £89.99, now £69.99 from Amazon

Amazon Echo

Amazon's Echo is its Alexa-powered smart speaker that can play music, set alarms, read the news and answer questions. The price of the virtual assistant has now been cut to £69 from its regular price tag and comes in six different colours.

You can read our guide for a full breakdown of all Amazon's new Alexa-powered devices. This new Echo has proved a popular product during Amazon's sales and only a few are left for order now. On some colours you can expect to wait a few days after Cyber Monday for your Echo to arrive.

Google Home

Was £129, now £77.50 from Currys PC World

The Google Home

The Google Home uses Google Assistant to answer you questions, read the news or play music. This smart home speaker can be linked up with your smarthome gadgets to run your home, from turning on the lights to telling you the weather in the morning.

It has been reduced to £77.50, down from a regular offer of £129, saving more than £50.

Google Home Mini

Was £49, now £34 from Currys PC World

Google's Mini version of its speaker has £15 off, making it a great addition to your smarthome set up. Like its big brother, it can respond to voice commands, play music and more. It is now just £34 from Currys.

Best soundbar deals

LG SH4D 2.1 Wireless Sound Bar

Was £299.99, now £119 from Currys PC World

LG Soundbar

This 300W wireless soundbar system from LG is a fantastic price at just £119, better than half price. It comes with a 2.1 system including a subwoofer, connects via your TVs optical cable and can be liked up to a smartphone to play music via Bluetooth. Check out our full soundbar buying guide for the full lowdown on what to look for in a soundbar system.

Samsung HW-K450 

Was £299.99, now £149 from Currys PC World

Samsung soundbar

This wireless soundbar set up from Samsung is a 2.1 system - meaning you get two main speakers in the bar, which sits under your TV, and includes a subwoofer. For just £149 it is a steal that will dramatically improve your TV viewing experience by offering clearer sound quality and a richer bass. It connects via HDMI.

Samsung HW-MS650 and speaker bundle

Was £748, now £499 for bundle from Currys PC World

Samsung soundbar

The Samsung HW-MS650 is currently our favourite soundbar you can buy in 2017. It connects using HDMI, can link up with Bluetooth and delivers huge volume and crisp sound as a 3.0 system with all-in-one capabilities.

But in this bundle, you even get three extra speakers thrown in, all for less than the price of the main bar. You get an additional three speaker rear speaker set for a full nine speaker set up, worth £748.

Best Hi-Fi deals

Panasonic SC-HC397EB-K

Was £199.99, now £139.99 from Currys PC World

Panasonic Hi-Fi

This Panasonic Hi-Fi set up has all you need to get a host of different audio types in one - from CD to DAB+ radio, Bluetooth and USB connections. Download the app from iOS or Android to get your listening experience started.

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