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The best Black Friday deals for electronic music fans

Grab some tidy deals now

  • Chowa Nkonde
  • 23 November 2018

It's here. It's unavoidable. Yup, Black Friday is upon us and while the constant bombardment of deals, deals, deals is pretty annoying, there are some bargains to be had for electronic music fans.

Hit the list below for some tidy offers on everything from earplugs and studio monitors to bluetooth speakers and cute turntables.

As the old saying goes: if you can't beat 'em, join 'em...

Senner MusicPro hearing protection earplugs - £19.48

This Black Friday, invest in ear protection with Senner’s MusicPro earplugs. Ideal for musicians and audiophiles, their conical triple slat structure and SennerAcousticPro membrane are both engineered to provide the wearer with a high-fidelity audio experience. Perfect for clubs, concerts, festivals their patented insulation filter and discrete design provide an aesthetically-pleasing alternative to hearing loss for less than £20. Buy

1byone Belt-Drive 3-Speed Portable Vinyl Turntable - £42.99

1byone’s portable vinyl turntable is available on Amazon.co.uk for less than £50 this Black Friday. With built-in speakers and RCA/headphone jack outputs, you can listen to vinyl with or without headphones or just use the speakers and plug in your mobile phone or MP3 player. Contained in a retro-styled briefcase, this turntable offers a fashionable alternative for the nostalgic record collector. Buy

BEZ Worldwide Travel Adapter - £11.99

BEZ is offering a 25 per cent discount on their all-in-one worldwide travel adapter. Perfect for the travelling DJ, this boasts four plugs that work in over 150 different countries plus two dual USB charging ports which are compatible with most mobile phones, laptops, headphones and speakers all for under £12. Buy

Bluetooth Speaker, 20W Portable Speaker with Richer Bass - £32.98

Also seen on Amazon, Donerton are offering their portable wireless waterproof speaker. Forgoing wires for bluetooth connectivity and silicon casing, this durable speaker suits all terrains and noise levels - be it at parties, pools or in the mountains. With advanced noise reduction technology and two precision acoustic drivers, it is designed to suit all your bass-heavy needs while keeping your mids and highs crisp. It also dually functions as a powerbank with a supported USB output, boasting 24 hours outdoor playtime at an affordable price. Buy

Mackie CR4 Creative Reference Multimedia Monitors - £109.93

Mackie are offering their high-performance studio monitors for just over £100 this Black Friday. These CR4 Creative Reference monitors boast features typically only featured on their more expensive models, for a much more appealing price. Known for their professional build and studio quality sound, we expect to these monitors from Mackie to go very quickly! Buy

Shure SRH940 Professional Studio Reference Headphones - £175

Perfect for professional audio engineers, Shure are offering their Shure SRH940 headphones for less than £200 on Juno Records. Created to deliver a wider audio spectrum than most professional headphones, the SRH940 promises “high end extension with tight bass” from their closed-back and circumaural design, without sacrificing comfort. Engineers, studio recorders and critical listeners are can comfortably enjoy hours and hours of music with the padded headband and ergonomic fit. Buy

Korg Mini Kaoss Pad 2S Dynamic Effect Processor - £111.39

Calling all bedroom producers! Korg are offering their Mini Kaoss Pad 2S for just over £110. This palm-sized sampler has the characteristic KORG touchpad plus a sampler function which allows users to control over 100 effects as well as sampling a multitude of different sounds for DJing or live performances, and the ability to catalog sounds using the sample recorder function via input line-in or its built-in mic. In addition, it works as an audio player, all you need is an SD card and you can apply the mini kaoss pad effects to your favourite tracks. Buy

Chowa Nkonde is a freelance journalist. Follow her on Twitter here

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