Supercharge your home entertainment while saving with the best Amazon Prime Day deals for your living room.
Amazon’s big Amazon Prime Day sale is ongoing, and the world’s biggest global online retailer has a wide array of home entertainment deals to tempt you. Here’s the best deals going to make the most out of your money.
As with any Amazon Prime Day deal, you’ve got to be an Amazon Prime subscriber to grab these deals, and stock is limited, so if you spot a tempting deal, hanging around is not advised, because many deals are likely to sell out fast.
Update 14/10: This story has been updated to include additional deals and new information.
When you’re talking home entertainment, sound is one of those features that many folks don’t think about improving. A soundbar offers an easy and aesthetically pleasing way to pump up the volume coming out of your TV, whether you’re getting ready for the Grand Final or settling in for a serious Netflix binge watch. Either way, Bose’s Soundbar 700 is enjoying a 19% discount, cutting $224.95 from its regular selling price on Amazon today.
It’s no surprise at all that Amazon is cutting prices on its own Echo smart speaker range. If you want to get in on the ground floor of the whole Alexa experience, the Amazon Echo Dot with Clock is a great starting point. Ordinarily you’d be dropping $99 on one of these, but for today you can grab one at a pleasing 40% discount.
Denon’s a quality name in amplifiers, but with that quality comes a serious price tag – except right now, with dropping its regular price of $802.86 down to just $719 for Amazon Prime members.
Watching TV in a room that’s brightly lit is a lot less enticing than creating that cinema effect at home, which is where smart lighting solutions like the Philips Hue Wireless Smart Dimming Kit comes in. You will need a Philips Smart Bridge (also on sale for just $53.20) to make it all work, but you could combine it with that Echo Dot Clock for smart and dimmable lighting using just your voice very easily indeed.
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