5 Audio Deals: $10 Headphones, Discounts on Harmon Kardon, Klipsch, Haier

By Joshua Nichol-Caddy, dealnews contributor

While we didn't see a whole lot of choice audio deals this past Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there have been a few standout deals. Fortunately those deals are still active and offer some of the lowest prices we've seen on headphones, receivers, and more. Be sure to check out our other headphones, receivers, and audio deals for more great buys throughout the week.

  1. Audio-Technica Headphones Sale
    Store: BuyDig
    Price: From $9.95 via coupon code "EMDOTEDU15"
    Shipping: Free shipping
    Lowest By: At least $18

    Is It Worth It? This Editors' Choice deal offers the lowest total price we could find on three pairs of headphones, including a pair of the pictured Audio-Technica FashionFidelity BIJOUE Headphones Brown for $9.95 after the coupon. These headphones are more than stylish, deliver a comfortable fit and, according to TechCrunch, offer reasonable sound quality. They are also collapsable, making them easy to carry and store. Also available through this deal are the Audio-Technica QuietPoint Noise-Canceling Headphones for $34.95, and the Audio-Technica Professional DJ Headphones for $79.95 after the discount.

  2. Harman Kardon 500-watt 5.1-Channel Home Theater Receiver
    Store: Best Buy
    Price: $249.99 with free shipping

    Is It Worth It?: Tied with last week's mention as the lowest total in-stock price we could find, this home receiver continues to be an Editors' Choice bargain. This high-end receiver is compatible with 3D Blu-ray players and can be controlled through a free Android or iOS app, satisfying even the most plugged-in consumers. It also features 100 watts per channel into five channels, six HDMI inputs, an on-screen display, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding, and more.

  3. Klipsch Image X10 Noise-Isolating Earphones bundled with a $2 Amazon MP3 Credit
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $84.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $85
    Expires: November 27

    Is It Worth It?: While only the pair without the headphone accessory is priced this low, these headphones are the smallest in-ear headphones ever made. Not only are they noise-isolating, but they feature a patented ear tip technology that eliminates ear fatigue and achieves an optimal acoustic seal. What also sounds good about these headphones? They're an Editors' Choice deal at the lowest total price we could find by a whopping $85. What's more, you'll also nab a $2 Amazon MP3 credit with your purchase.

  4. Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Solo Headphones
    Store: Expansys
    Price: $139.99 with $3.99 s&h
    Lowest By: $26

    Is It Worth It?: Although they were available for $18 less and bundled with a $2 Amazon MP3 credit in June, these headphones are a steal at $140. Smaller than the Studios and Pros versions of Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, this model is more comfortable, featuring soft speaker cushions lined with real leather and adjustable speaker positions. They feature Control Talk as well as a folding design, carry pouch, cleaning cloth, and more.

  5. Haier 5.1-Channel 3-D Evoke 160-watt 5.1-Channel Soundbar Home Theater Speaker System
    Store: Groupon
    Price: $199 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $70
    Expires: November 28 at 1 am ET

    Is It Worth It?: According to Big Picture Sound, this 40" 3D soundbar "uses a host of technologies and software algorithms such as spatial analysis, wave field synthesis, and psycho-acoustics to analyze the source signal before creating a '3D representation' of the sound field." Sounds pretty neat, huh? The price is equally as sweet, saving you $70. The 40" soundbar features a built-in iPod/iPhone/iPad dock, 20 watts into six 3" drivers that combine to deliver left-, center-, and right-channel information, 2.4GHz wireless 40-watt subwoofer with two 3.5" bass drivers, and more.

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Lindsay Sakraida (DealNews)
We don't actually sell the items on our site, we just write about them and put the price into perspective. To buy these items, you need to click on the links and visit the individual vendor sites.
as much as one would love to make an order of some of the items you are selling, i feel that you need to make the ordering of things more simpler. please do something about it. i have seen a number of things i would love to buy but, hey its complicated somehow. one simply cant see where and how to order.