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9 Great Deals on Audio Tech, Projectors, and Coffee Gear

Going outside is expensive. Well, not literally, but it does seem like every time I walk out my front door I’m headed to another café or less-than-affordable activity. I by no means think cutting out your favorite coffee shop is the way to financial freedom, but with these weekend deals on coffee gear, speakers, and…

Going outside is expensive. Although it’s not literal, it seems like I go to another cafe every time I step out of my front door. Although I don’t believe that cutting out your favorite coffee shop is the best way to achieve financial freedom, these weekend deals on speakers, projectors and coffee gear will allow you to turn your home into the theater of your dreams and get in close contact with actors, athletes, and news anchors. Say goodbye to expensive concessions, and welcome cappuccinos while sitting on your couch.

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Audio Deals

Beats Flex

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If soundbars come across as complicated to you, the Vizio M-Series 2.1 is a great gateway to better home audio. The setup is simple and easy. It can connect to your phone via Bluetooth or to your TV via HDMI ARC. This means you don’t need to be concerned about setting up complicated settings. The Vizio was already more affordable than most, so at $20 off it’s definitely a steal.

Anytime you can get Apple products on sale is a good time, and the Beats Flex Wireless Earbuds are no exception to that rule. At $20 off, you can get a pair of earbuds that pair quickly, have crisp audio, and get 12 hours worth of battery life. It sounds great to me!

It’s no secret that we tend to enjoy Anker products at WIRED, but we really admire the Soundcore Life Q30 Wireless headphones. They are noise-canceling, and feature a classic design. Plus, Anker really holds it down when it comes to battery life–the Soundcores last for up to 40 hours.

Projector Deals

Kodak Luma

Photograph: Kodak

Whether you’re staying home or headed to a friend’s, you can bring the Kodak Luma with you anywhere. The projector is small and lightweight. It also comes with a threaded tripod that you can use to set it up anywhere you like. The projector comes with Android 9 so that you can download more movies and shows.

Step aside, Major Lazer –there’s a new top … laser in town. This deal may seem silly, but it’s not. The LG HU85LA is one of the most attractive and most versatile projectors we’ve tested, featuring laser projections that allow you to sit right on your TV stand and project on a screen. This is a major feature for lasers, as I mentioned.

The Optoma UHD35 used to be our absolute favorite projector, with the perfect combination of performance and cost. It’s got great image quality and a lower lag time, making it a solid option for watchi

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