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Current Live Black Friday Electronics Deals

Rank Store Sale Start Date % Link
1 Debenhams 3 for 2 On Gifts 05/11/2018 50% Visit Sale
2 Argos Save Up to 25% On Selected Baby and Toddler Essentials 21/01/2019 25% Visit Sale
3 Currys Save Up to 600 GBP On Smart TVs 31/10/2018 50% Visit Sale
4 Littlewoods Up to 40% Off Selected Home and Electricals 21/01/2019 40% Visit Sale
5 Up to 40% Off Selected Home and Electricals 21/01/2019 40% Visit Sale
6 Ebuyer Daily Deals: Save Up to 40% 04/04/2018 40% Visit Sale

Black Friday Electronics Deals Buying Guide


Having experience in the sale of black Friday high-end audio equipment, I would like to teach you what to look for when you want to shop for a stereo. Electronics are at the heart of any great stereo system. If you are buying a stereo, you’re going to need to either buy a receiver, an integrated amplifier, or separates, which means a pre-amplifier and a power amplifier in separate chassis. So, a stereo receiver is probably a little outdated these days, being that it has an AM/FM tuner included in it, so most probably an integrated amplifier is going to serve you well. This is just a device that has a pre-amplifier and a power amplifier in one chassis, minus the AM/FM tuner.


In higher end equipment, a pre-amplifier is completely separated from a power amplifier. A tuner is completed separated from a pre-amplifier. This kind of a system gives you ultimate flexibility because you could have a high-powered separate power amplifier that will really let your speakers sing, whereas a receiver is going to be limited in the amount of power that it can provide. When you start getting into the really cost object systems, the stereo power amplifiers are split into one power amplifier for each speaker. Basically, the more you isolate something, the better sound you’re going to get.