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More and more households are buying smart speakers designed to play music over your home internet connection. They also use software that lets you control them with your voice. The hotukdeals smart speaker listings have all the latest offers and deals. Read more
Sonos One SL Wireless Zone Player - Black £143.10 @ Peter Tyson eBay
29/10/2020Expires on 29/10/2020Posted 4 h, 5 m agoPosted 4 h, 5 m ago
20% off available again taking these down to a great price from a reputable name.

Sonos One SLs are very good, I got mine from Simply Sound and Vision as a bundle and work perfectly with my Sonos ARC to make a Surround Sound System. Deal is HOT!!


This means you can get the whole Sonos Surround set for around £1635 as oppose to the £1856 from Sonos direct.

Bundle Offer - Buy the Nest Hello with Nest Hub £234 @ Toolstation
Posted 5 h, 44 m agoPosted 5 h, 44 m ago
Bundle Offer - Buy the Nest Hello (code 74557) with either Nest Mini (code 40972) & (code 15633) or Nest Hub (code 40392) & (code 84361) and save £50 Nest doorbell with Ne… Read more

You can buy a nest hello from city plumbing for £162 and nest hub on eBay for £50 new and sealed I sold one for £40 a few weeks ago so you can get both for £202-£212

Sonos One (Gen 2) - Black/White £159.20 with code at Peter Tyson/ebay + 3 Years warranty
29/10/2020Expires on 29/10/2020Posted 26th OctPosted 26th Oct
Nice offer, also in white This product comes with 3 Years warranty. For further details please contact us. The powerful smart speaker with built-in voice control. Sonos One… Read more

I was very tempted to get one of them Ambilights to the point that I actually initially ordered a 55" 804 seeing it was for the bedroom but cancelled the following day and got the C9 instead because of next gen console matters.


My main TV is a 2019 model 65" Philips Ambilight TV which I only bought in January this year. It only has HDMI arc & doesn't have eARC which wasn't an issue until June when I pre-ordered the Sonos arc to get mine on release day. I've been able to get round the issue by adding a HDMI plug-in adapter called an Arcana made by HDFury. Now using this little gem I'm able to get full TrueHD 7.1 via the Nvidia Shield pro.


All sorted on that front as it's rigged up to a 55" C9, we've got a better telly and sound rig in the bedroom than we have in the front room lol that will probably change over time but at the moment the Arc would be wasted in the living room as it's weird shape with the telly in the corner and what have. When we redecorate it next year and have a move about of the layout I plan on bringing the Sonos rig down but it may mean a new telly as we got a 65" Q9FN in there which does not support eARC. Complete Savings mate, and before someone chips in saying there's a monthly charge: yes there is but you can easily claim that back in the form of the Monthly Bonus with even a single purchase. Both me and the missus have been members for coming on a couple of years now and never had any of the issues folk moan about in Trustpilot and the like, as long as you spend 5 or 10 minutes familiarising yourself with how the scheme works you'll be fine. It's easy to claim back your monthly 15 quid sub, clicking on to retailers and consequent purchases track 99% of the time, 10% cashback across the board and you can buy anything up to the value of 100 quid in gift cards/vouchers at a really decent discounted rate each calendar month too.


I just tried and no when using an external Google mini it does not decrease the volume, I think it was when I used the built in GA it would decrease the volume but the microphones on the Sono are not as good as the mini.


Hi. What's CS cashback? Thanks

Certified Refurbished Echo show (2nd gen) £139.99 Amazon
Posted 26th OctPosted 26th Oct
Echo show 2nd gen down from £199.99 to £139.99 as part of the early black Friday deals





I have one of these and it is as deaf as a door post.


Refurb reduced price. Not sure how this would be early black Friday (cheeky)


Not really bf since its refurb (skeptical)

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Google Nest Audio Hands-Free Smart Speaker * 2 Bundle for £149.99 at Argos + free Click and Collect
Posted 24th OctPosted 24th Oct
2 * Nest Audio bundle. Free delivery or Click & Collect. Bundles are available in mix and match of Charcoal or Chalk.

No, definitely not. I think they'll do something at some point surely. Got to be a market for a £200 Google Soundbar and then with that introduce video sync with surround from the Nest Audios. Can do a Google Sub as well for £249 maybe, the Sonos equivalent is £699...


On the video it works, but it's a faff. Clearly not a feature or sth Google intentionally included.


Haven't watched that yet but I think it's quite clear that it would work for music, but not video. It's not advertised as doing that annoyingly.


I'd been keen to find out if that works but I cannot find my Chromecast, I've searched everywhere. Still this would only work for streamed content so wouldn't work with live TV Update: just watched the whole video and looks like it should work! Just not very well and it's a bit of a faff.


Wouldn't chromecast be the better route? If our tvs can't provide this function, then surely chromecast would do the trick. Anyone got this setup?

Amazon Echo (4th Generation) 3 colours + Philips Hue White Bulb B22/E27 - £89.99 at Amazon
Posted 22nd OctPosted 22nd Oct
Decent offer from Amazon, in stock on November 10. This bundle includes an Echo (4th Gen) and a Philips Hue White bulb E27 – everything you need to start your smart home. New… Read more

Nah will see what black Friday deals churn out


Absolutely no need to pay full price, I got this same deal for £47.50 last week although delivery has been put back till November, perhaps it's because I ordered the blue one :| sorry I digress so as I was saying, the vast majority of people will have an Echo device at home so chop it in with Amazon! I traded in our 4 year old 1st gen Echo which Amazon gave me 20 quid credit and 25% off any new Echo for....


Thank you for clarifying that, I nearly made a mistake by purchasing the wrong one.


You're confusing this with Echo Dot, which is a smaller version of this speaker. This is the full-fat experience, so to speak.


How is this a deal/decent offer, £89.99? The Amazon Echo (4th Generation), is only £49.99 (£59.99 if it has the clock). that leaves a £40 difference. 2 Philips Hue White Bulbs (with Bluetooth) from Amazon are only £24.99.

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