Save up to 45% on Q Acoustics speakers in this awesome early Prime Day deal

Q Acoustics M20 HD speakers on pink background with sign saying Big Savings
(Image credit: Q Acoustics)

These early Prime Day deals are sure to go live at 00:00 on Friday July 8. But we are telling you now because we're told they could drop earlier…

With offers this good, why wait for Prime Day deals on July 12? If you're looking for some of the best stereo speakers on the market right now, Q-Acoustics is running a top deal on the excellent M20 HD (above – aren't they beautiful?), an early Prime Day deal that sees their regular $599 MSRP slashed to just $499 – a huge 17% saving on a set of powered bookshelf speakers that to the best of our knowledge has never seen a discount, until now.

What does powered mean? It means the amplification is squirrelled away in one of the speakers so, just like some of the best soundbars you can buy, you won't even need an amplifier to go with them! 

Now, the deals:

The best early Prime Day speaker deal live now

Q-Acoustics M20 HD speakers $599 $499 at AmazonSave $100–

Q-Acoustics M20 HD speakers $599 $499 at Amazon
Save $100 You can select from black, white or walnut finishes, and whichever you choose, you're getting an easy to use and impressive-sounding audio solution for a living room, games room, bedroom or even a home office. And with this discount, they're even more tempting! 

(Not in the US? Scroll down for offers on these speakers in your location.)

The great Q Acoustic M20 HD speakers are aptX HD capable for better-quality Bluetooth wireless streaming, and you'll also get a number of connections on the back of the active speaker (don't worry, you can choose which one sits on the left or right, depending on your room and where the electricity points are). 

There’s a choice of an optical audio input, a brace of left and right stereo audio analogue inputs, and an auxiliary 3.5mm stereo jack, all for attaching them to a TV, Blu-ray player, set-top box, record player or an AV amplifier.

Any issues? Well, there's no HDMI ARC, but as long as that doesn't bother you (the new Sonos Ray doesn't have it either) the M20 HD offers an impressive and easy plug-and-play upgrade to your living room’s soundstage – and one that can just as easily be moved to a games room or a home office. 

As a ‘first music system’ for literally any room in a home, and for any kind of home entertainment, the versatile M20 HD is an exciting prospect.

Not sure these are the speakers for you? Well, you're in luck! Q-Acoustics is also running similar discounts on two of its most popular speaker propositions. Let's go!

The best Amazon Prime Day hi-fi speaker deals 

Q-Acoustics Concept 20 speakers with stands $899 $499 at Amazon Save $400 –

Q-Acoustics Concept 20 speakers with stands $899 $499 at Amazon
Save $400 – It's a massive 45% saving! Although we've not had the pleasure of testing these passive hi-fi speakers and their stylish stands, our friends at What Hi-Fi? not only gave them a coveted five stars, but also a product of the year award. Impressive. And did we mention they're nearly half price?! 

Q Acoustics Concept 40 speakers$1,499 $999 at Amazon
Save $500 –

Q Acoustics Concept 40 speakers $1,499 $999 at Amazon
Save $500 –
Want floorstanding speakers rather than standmounters? We applaud you. Here, you get to choose between white and black finishes, and save 33% in the process. Again, it's not a model we've had the pleasure of testing, but our sister publication, What Hi-Fi? gave them five sweet stars and praised the "wonderfully inviting sound". And now look at that discount! 

Becky Scarrott
Senior Audio Staff Writer

Becky is a senior staff writer at TechRadar (which she has been assured refers to expertise rather than age) focusing on all things audio. Before joining the team, she spent three years at What Hi-Fi? testing and reviewing everything from wallet-friendly wireless earbuds to huge high-end sound systems. Prior to gaining her MA in Journalism in 2018, Becky freelanced as an arts critic alongside a 22-year career as a professional dancer and aerialist – any love of dance starts with a love of music. Becky has previously contributed to Stuff, FourFourTwo and The Stage. When not writing, she can still be found throwing shapes in a dance studio, these days with varying degrees of success.