Como Audio is offering “free rush shipping” through December 19th. The offer is good for any of its wireless music systems, including the Top Pick-designated Duetto and Solo speakers we reviewed a couple years ago.
Klipsch is bringing back its popular ProMedia 2.1 THX-certified computer speaker system and offering it at the “limited-time reintroduction price” of $129. The powered system and comprises a standalone subwoofer and pair of two-way desktop speakers, each featuring an integral stand that tilts the speaker back, a 3-inch midrange driver, and a MicroTractrix-horn-loaded 0.75-inch tweeter. Rated system power is 100 watts continuous. The only rub is the system ships at the end of the month, making pre-Christmas delivery out of the question.
In a one-day special that expires at the today, Best Buy has knocked 54% off Sony’s “Extra Bass” MDRXB950N1 wireless noise-cancelling headphones as part of its “20 Days of Doorbusters” promotion. The over-ear phones have a rated play time of 22 hours with the noise cancelling and extra-bass modes turned on. At $115, the price is $135 off the $250 list price.
Crutchfield is offering a number of online deals and specials but a couple jumped out at us. Onkyo’s Dolby Atmos/DTS:X-equipped TX-RZ620 7.2-channel AV receiver is being offered at $400, 42% off its $700 list price. And Denon’s Top Pick-designated AVR-X3400H has been marked down to $600, 40% off its regular $1,000 price.
Onkyo deal at crutchfield.com.
Denon deal at crutchfield.com.