Amazon Prime Day is finally here, and there are some massive savings to be had on home entertainment - including £160 off a Panasonic smart TV. But be quick - these deals expire on Wednesday night!
We've found some unmissable deals on smart TVs, whether you are looking for a smaller models or a larger screen to create a completely cinematic experience.
Plus, if you're in the market for a wireless speaker, we've picked out some of the best bargains available over the next two days.
Remember that you'll need to be a Prime member to make the most of these savings, or you can sign up for a free 30-day trial.
The Best Amazon Prime Day Home Entertainment Deals
Panasonic TX-43HX580BZ 43 Inch 4K Smart TV | RRP £499, NOW £339
If you're looking for a smart TV with top of the line picture quality, this Panasonic smart TV fits the bill.
This 43-inch model features impressive 4K image quality and provides an immersive viewing experience. It also includes Dolby Vision, which provides a dynamic and colourful display, and a 4K Studio Colour Engine which enhances motion clarity.
You can access a range of built-in apps, games and social media, and Freeview Play lets you easily switch between live TV, catch up and on demand - all in one place.
W-KING 50W (70W Peak) Bluetooth Speaker | WAS £79.99, NOW £54.39
Live concerts may not be possible right now, but the powerful bass and state-of-the-art sound technology on this wireless Bluetooth speaker will provide you with your own live music experience, indoors or outside.
This W-King speaker is compatible with Bluetooth-enabled devices up to a 66ft range, while a 3.5mm audio cord (which is provided) can be used to connect to any non-Bluetooth device.
The batteries last for around 24 hours, and a huge bonus is that it comes with a gigantic rechargeable 8000mAh battery power bank.
It also comes with an adjustable strap to make it easy to manoeuvre.
Philips 50PUS6814/12 50-inch 4K UHD Smart TV | WAS £500, NOW £399
Right now, you can save 20% on this Philips 50-inch smart TV
With a three-sided ambilight, which uses LEDs to project the colours of the screen onto the walls in your room, this is a great option for a cinematic viewing experience. As well as incredible visuals, the powerful Dolby Atmos sound will help to immerse you in the action.
And like with all good smart TVs, this Philips TV is compatible with Alexa-enabled devices such as the Echo or Echo Dot, so you can use voice controls to turn the TV off and on, or switch channels.
Bose SoundLink Revolve Bluetooth Speaker - Triple Black | RRP £199.95, NOW £117.99
This Bluetooth speaker from Bose makes staying entertained at home a lot easier. Whether listening to music or audiobooks, the SoundLike Revolve delivers crisp sound for up to 12 hours per charge. It’s water-resistant too so you can use it outside.
It offers 360-degree sound: simply place the speaker in the centre of the room and everyone will get the same sound experience. Plus, for the ultimate experience, pair two speakers together and use Stereo or Party mode playback.
Hisense 43AE7000FTUK 43-inch 4K Smart TV | WAS £299, NOW £268
This is a budget-friendly smart TV. For just £268, this Hisense smart TV provides a great viewing experience, featuring excellent sound and image quality.
The comprehensive 4K resolution picture quality and HDR technology help to enhance your viewing experience by maximising contrast and colour accuracy. It also delivers DTS Studio Sound (which provides immersive sound quality).
You can also connect to plenty of built-in apps including Netflix and Prime.
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Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms.
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