The best audio and hi-fi deals - June 2017

Grab some sweet-sounding kit - at an even sweeter price - from Sonos to Naim, KEF to Bowers & Wilkins, and much more

As devout audiophiles will know, nailing a decent hi-fi setup can be seriously costly.

Aside from the amplifiers, speakers and subwoofers, there are whole rooms to re-arrange - for optimum resonance, of course - not to mention remastering the entire FLAC collection.

Mercifully, we've done the hard work to shave some pennies off your next home audio purchase.

Sure, establishing a house-wide streaming system will still set you back a fair few quid - but every penny saved is one more in the savings pot for those solid-core copper cables.

Portable Bluetooth speakers deals

KEF Muo

Premium in sound and design, the KEF Muo might be the size of a beer can but it packs truly room-filling sound, with brilliant tonal balance. It offers detail, punch and solidity, in a stylish aluminium shell. There's little more we could ask for in a portable speaker.

Bowers & Wilkins T7

Lacking a few of the Muo's features, B&W's T7 is a corker all the same. Offering extraordinary quality for its size, this honeycomb box is both easy to use and great to listen to, with solid bass and a generous battery life of more than 18 listening hours.

Jam Heavy Metal

Classy sound and design at a true bargain price - this is the best affordable little Bluetooth speaker around

UE Wonderboom

The Jam Heavy Metal sounds better, but this "grapefruit wearing a corset" has the toughness and waterproofing to make it a more adventurous option

Wireless speakers deals

Naim Mu-so

The first proper 'hi-fi' wireless speaker, Naim's Mu-so sounds great - and is beautifully built to boot. Yes, it's expensive, but for a chord-free box with genuine hi-fi credentials, there's no better bet. It's full of streaming features, too.

Naim Mu-so Qb

A can-do cube that packs a heavyweight punch, the Qb complements its bigger sibling's more refined character with a confidence that belies its size. Small, stylish and surprisingly powerful, it's got a top-notch build and bold, expressive sound to make the Mu-so proud.

Riva S

If you want a small speaker and want to get as close as possible to hi-fi sound for under £200, the Riva S is what you should buy. It's a top small wireless speaker for real sound hounds.

Multi-room systems deals

Sonos multi-room music system

Sonos has been in the multi-room music game since the beginning - and it's still the best. Sure, it only supports up to CD-quality files, but it supports a huge number of streaming services and system components. Oh, and it's simple to set up, too.

Audio streamers deals

Google Chromecast Audio

Small, smart and highly affordable, Google's little streaming puck makes a variety of apps a whole lot more fun to use. It's cheap, works with almost anything and, here's the kicker, sounds good. Proper plug-and-play fun.