Our Favorite Headphone and Speaker Deals for Cyber Monday

 wired.com  12/02/2019 20:41:00  2  Parker Hall

Sonos speakers are some of the best functioning and easiest to set up smart speakers you'll find (and this is our favorite), but they can be a bit spendy. If you've been thinking about starting your system, today is a good day, as you can get $40 off the Sonos One SL (Amazon), which lacks the microphone of the One, but has the same great multiroom music functionality.

Bose Home Speaker 300 for $199 ($60 off)

Amazon (Ships December 7), Best Buy

This home speaker has Alexa built-in and has never sold for less. We included this speaker's big brother in our roundup of the best smart speakers, and the 300 performs nearly as well.

UE Wonderboom for $40 ($59 off)

Amazon ($42), Best Buy ($40)

This tiny little speaker is rugged, has great battery life, and sounds pretty damn great for its size. Snag one for $60 off, and have a new outdoor listening companion.

Ultimate Ears

UE Boom 2 for $70 ($110 off)

Best Buy

This speaker used to sell for more than $150 and was our favorite Bluetooth speaker for several years. The Boom 3 now leads our picks (and is also $30 off), but this one is still great. It's loud, water-resistant, and quite portable. The Boom 2 regularly sells for closer to $100. This discount is still a great one, beating previous deals we've shared by $10.

Audioengine HD3 Wireless Speakers for $279 ($70 off)


If you're after a pretty and great-sounding set of computer speakers to complete your recent office rennovation, now's a good time to snag these Audioengline HD3s. I like that they feature a built-in digital to analog converter (DAC), which means they'll make your computer's tunes sound that much sweeter. They've also got Bluetooth, and you could even connect a turntable via the RCA input in the back. A great Swiss Army Knife for the office.

KEF Q150 Bookshelf speakers for $300 per pair ($300 off)


These gorgeous bookshelf speakers from KEF were easily among the best you could buy for the money when they were $600. Now that they're half off, they're a ridiculous steal (if you're into hi-fi audio, that is). They feature the company's acclaimed Uni-Q driver array, which puts the tweeters in the middle of the woofers, for more even sound.

JBL Clip 3 Portable Bluetooth Speaker for $30 ($40 off)

Amazon, Target

The JBL Clip 3 is an IPX7 water-resistant speaker you connect to your phone via Bluetooth to play music. The clip works like a carabiner, making it easy to attach to a backpack, bicycle, just about anything. It comes in a wide-range of colors, there are music playback buttons on the device itself, and it charges by Micro USB. A full charge should keep the speaker going for about 10 hours.

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