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KEF Speaker Deal: Half Off KHT3005K2 5.1 System ($959.47)

Summer is here, which means a lot of your neighbors are firing up the barbecue, doing cannonballs in the pool, and rocking out in the backyard. However, we're perfectly content to remain indoors and close to the home theater system, as long as there's a decent set of speakers.

If you feel like you've got a case of the summertime blues, maybe it's time to consider a speaker upgrade. Thankfully, Amazon is discounting a few of its audio products this month -- and there are some excellent deals to be had from a variety of manufacturers.

We found the KEF KHT3005K2 5.1 Speaker System selling on the website for just $959.47. This is actually 52 percent off the MSRP of this complete, six-piece speaker setup. It also includes free Super Saver Shipping. Find out more about this deal on the KHT3005K2's product page:

This set is perfect for the budding home theater or someone looking to replace an entire setup. It comes packing four egg-shaped speakers, a matching center-channel speaker and KEF's 200-watt KUBE-2 subwoofer. Everything has a super-slick curved shape, which looks very cool -- and is very sturdy as well.

Of course, the hook on this set is that it includes KEF's Uni-Q speaker driver concept. That basically means that the mid and high driver are inside of one another versus having something that's separate. The end result boasts a bigger, better soundfield that makes every spot in the room the sweet one.

As far as we know, this discounted price will be available through June. However, you'll want to order soon, in case Amazon runs out of stock. Just remember to order the product directly through Amazon and not one of the website's third-party merchants. The mega-retailer is the one offering the discount, as well as the Super Saver Shipping. Have fun disturbing the neighbors!

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