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Whether years spent at metal concerts have left you deaf in one ear or you just want to drown out the sounds of the city while watching a movie, this week's deals on sound systems will help you hear the highest highs and feel the lowest lows. From resounding discounts on speakers and receivers, these home audio components will help you design that perfect soundscape. And, if you can't find what you're looking for here, check out our other daily deals on home audio components.
Is It Worth It?: Offering the lowest per-unit price we've seen, this Editors' Choice deal makes these 125 watt SAT-series satellite speakers from Energy Take a must-have for home sound systems. Compact and black, they disappear into a room. Though they won't been seen, the 3.5" woofer and 1" aluminum dome Tweeter ensure they'll be heard. Pump up the volume for a dance party or to watch the '90s classic "Pump Up the Volume" — the magnetic shielding makes it possible to position these speakers as close as desired to a standard monitor without interference.
Is It Worth It?: You of course want speakers for your computer that sound good, but it never hurts to have them look cool too. These JBL "Creature III" speakers and subwoofer will look like little spaceships from the future, hovering around your monitor, but they still pack the audio quality of the Harman Kardon brand. The system features capacitive touch-based audio control as well as two 5-watt satellites and a 10-watt subwoofer. A 1-year JBL warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: Another Editors' Choice deal, this new sound system by Vizio is available through Sam's Club for less money even than a refurbished unit. Non-members can also take advantage of this deal, but will pay $14.89 more. Position this sound bar above a television set before watching a movie or playing a video game and experience its power. Its two 3/4" high-efficiency mid/bass drivers and 3/4" tweeter will reproduce mid-range sounds, while the deep tones of the wireless subwoofer vibrate the couch for a sensational experience.
Is It Worth It?: Although wireless, the other deals are for speaker systems that create unparalleled listening experiences but keep listeners tied to a single room. This deal truly cuts the cord with a multi-functional and portable speaker in Black Diamond (pictured). Charge it completely and have 10 hours without even needing to be within reach of an electrical outlet. Plug a microphone or myriad other devices into this self-contained system that delivers highs and lows that can be felt from a single speaker.
Is It Worth It?: This tower speaker features one 1" tweeter and three 4.5" woofers, and it'll add nuance to the mid-range of a home theater system's soundscape. The tower's size and sleek design also make it a versatile addition because it's easy to tuck into a corner but attractive enough to be in plain view.