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Cyber Monday speaker deals

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If you like your games to sound super bombastic, or use your PC to watch movies and play high-fidelity music, then you need a  good set of speakers. We've sifted the web for speaker gold and these are our the best Cyber Monday deals we've found. It's also worth taking a look at our favorite speakers guide (opens in new tab)—we've tested all these models and love them, so you know you're getting a bargain if you find them on sale.

The best deals right now

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One step closer to global RGB domination! Creative's Sound BlasterX Katana RGB Soundbar is on sale for $230, Amazon (opens in new tab). (save $70) The Sound BlasterX Kratos 2.1 RGB Speakers are also on sale for $120 (opens in new tab). (save $10)

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One of our favorite speaker systems of all time, the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 Speakers are available for $98.1 from Klipsch (opens in new tab) after using a unique 10% off code from their newsletter signup (opens in new tab).  

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Logitech is dropping the price on its excellent Z506 5.1 speaker system from $100 down to $60 (opens in new tab)—a 40% savings. If you're still using a small 2 speaker setup, the Z506 will be a nice upgrade for $60.

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Our audiophile aficionado strongly recommends these KRK Rokit 5 G3 monitors, which can be yours for $100 each, eBay (save $50) (opens in new tab). I like the sound of that.

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 Harman Kardon HKTS 16 5.1-Channel Home Theater Speakers: $170, Harman Kardon (opens in new tab) (save $430)
This 5.1-channel speaker system is a complete home theater speaker package, with wall-mounting hardware included. Just add a surround sound receiver and you're golden. 

Logitech Z337 Bluetooth Wireless 2.1 Speakers: $50, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $50)

Logitech Z323 Speaker System w/ Subwoofer: $35, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $15)

Logitech Z333 2.1 Speakers: $60, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $10)

Logitech Z313 Speaker System: $25, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $25)

Logitech Z532 Speaker System w/ Subwoofer: $50, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $50)

Logitech Z537 Speaker System w/ Subwoofer: $100, Logitech (opens in new tab) (save $30)

Logitech G906 5.1 THX Surround Sound: $200, Logitech (opens in new tab) (save $200)

Creative Sound BlasterX Kratos S5 2.1 RGB Speakers: $120, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $10). Yes, you read that correctly... RGB... SPEAKERS!

Creative Sound BlasterX Katana RGB Soundbar: $230, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $70)

Logitech Z313 2.1 Speakers: $25, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $25)

Logitech Z623 2.1 Speakers: $90, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $60)

Mackie CR Series CR3 Monitors (Pair): $80, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $20)

Sonos One: $174, Sonos Store (opens in new tab) (save $20)

Sonos PLAY:1: $150, Sonos Store (opens in new tab) (save $50)

Sonos PLAY:3: $250, Sonos Store (opens in new tab) (save $50)

Sonos Playbar: $600, Sonos Store (opens in new tab) (save $100)

Sonos Playbase: $600, Sonos Store (opens in new tab) (save $100)

UK Deals

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A stunning 5.1 audio speaker system (opens in new tab), the Logitech Z906 is currently on sale for £270 (opens in new tab), for an impressive £80 off retail price, though we did see bigger drops earlier in the weekend. One to keep an eye on at Amazon.

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After something a touch more classy? (opens in new tab)How about this set of 2.0 Edifier Studio R2000DB - 128W Bluetooth Speakers for £150 (opens in new tab). That's £90 off its retail price. Grab them at Overclockers UK

Logitech Z623 2.1 Speaker System: £102.99, Amazon (opens in new tab) (Save £53.65)

We'll continue to update this page with more Cyber Monday deals as they come in. For our full list of deals on GPUs, monitors, keyboards and more, check out our complete guide to Cyber Monday deals

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