Another Labor Day has come and gone, but the deals haven’t stopped, especially if you’re looking for computer peripherals and audio gear to beef up your workstation and ready your home for more time spent inside as the weather gets colder. That said, now’s a good time to check out Away’s first-ever sale on luggage. You may or may not be traveling, but buying gear off-season or when demand is low is always a good way to save some cash.
- Vizio 5.1 Channel Soundbar System With Wireless Subwoofer for $200 ($50 off): Vizio soundbars are a favorite among WIRED’s gear team because they’re affordable and still sound good. If you’re using your TV’s built-in speakers, get a soundbar—it will radically improve your experience. This system includes two surround speakers, a soundbar, and a 5-inch subwoofer for booming bass. It’s Bluetooth-enabled so you can stream music from your phone, too.
Westone B30 Three-Driver True-Fit Earphones with MMCX and Bluetooth Cables for $199 ($251 off): These earbuds aren’t truly wireless—there’s a cable running to a Bluetooth-enabled module—but they are small and discreet, and they pack three drivers into a pair of in-ear buds for clearly defined highs and mids, and strong bass.
Etymotic Research ER4SR Studio Reference In-Ear Headphones for $199 ($101 off): These headphones are aimed at people mixing sound in a studio or DJing. They have 35 to 42 decibels of noise isolation with a max output of 122 dB, but no active noise cancellation.
Klipsch Reference Premiere Atmos RP-280FA Floorstanding Speaker for $799 ($1,299 off): If you’re building out a surround-sound system, these towers are ideal to place next to your television. Each one has dual 8-inch woofers and tweeters, and it’s Dolby Atmos–compatible.
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