Improving your home theater system is always a daunting task because building your ideal setup is usually time-consuming and can get expensive. We've searched out the best Black Friday deals this year to help you build the perfect entertainment setup. Whether you want a new TV, receiver, speakers, gaming console, or even and antenna, these deals are some of the best prices we've seen for home theater enthusiasts!

Some of the deals are already live, but others will go live starting Nov. 22 - 23, so make sure you check back often if the item you see on this list hasn't dropped in price yet!

Great indoor over-the-air atenna: Mohu Curve 50

Yes, over-the-air TV does still exist, and with the right equipment, you can snag free TV signals. The Mohu Curve 50 is an amplified indoor antenna that has a 50-mile range, and can be laid flat, stood upright, or even mounted on the wall, so you can find the best place in your home to put it.

$46 (was $70) at Amazon

Improve your TV's sound: Sony S100F Soundbar

Let's face it, the built-in TV speakers aren't that good, but a quality soundbar like the Sony S100F can fix all that. This 2.0 channel soundbar is small enough to fit in even the smallest of living spaces but produces big sound for its size. It can connect to your TV through HDMI or Optical cable, and even has a USB port and Bluetooth compatibility for playing media from other sources!

$98 (was $128) at Amazon

Start building your Sonos sound system: Two Sonos: PLAY1 speakers + $30 Amazon gift card

Sonos are like magic. Buy a speaker, plug it into power, download and launch the app, and you're up and streaming great sounding music from almost every popular internet service on the planet. Good thing this bundle comes with two Sonos PLAY:1 speakers so you can make a stereo pair right away, or even add them to your other Sonos speakers and create a home theater setup. Plus, this deal even throws in a $30 Amazon gift card, can you say free money?

$298 (was $328) at Amazon

Excellent soundbar from Sonos: Sonos Beam

The Sonos Beam is a great option for those who want to upgrade the sound system for their TV. The compact size will fit just about anywhere without being too intrusive, and it will fill the room with fantastic, high-quality sound thanks to the woofers and tweeters inside the speaker. It also has built-in Alexa support, and it works with Siri through AirPlay 2.

$349 (was $399) at Amazon

No frills just great sound: Bose Solo 5

Bose has been making high-quality speakers for years, and their signature balanced sound has kept them the gold standard in audio devices for many people. The Bose Solo 5 is a fantastic soundbar for your TV, with no silly extras. Plug it into your TV via an Optical cable and listen to pure sound bliss. If you're looking for great sound and you don't need anything fancy, the Bose Solo 5 delivers.

$199 (was $249) at Amazon

Complete home theater control: Sony STR-DH790 7.2-ch AV receiver

Sony's offering supports up to 7.2 channels of surround sound, enough for anyone to build a decent system. If you're building a home theater around Atmos, the STR-DH790 is ready to help change the way you hear movies. Not to mention it also supports 4K, HDR10, and Dolby Vision, meaning you can rest easy knowing you have a hub for your speakers that can handle all the best audio signals.

$248 (was $378) at Amazon

Great multi-room reciever: Pioneer Elite VSX-LX302 receiver

The Pioneer Elite VSX-LX302 receiver has everything you'd expect in a top-of-the-line audio receiver, including support for Dolby Atmos, HDR10, DTS, Dolby Vision. Plus, its fantastic for multi-room audio because of it has Chromecast built-in, as well as fire connect, and DTS Play-Fi.

$399 (was $700) at Amazon

Tiny streaming device: Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K

It's pretty hard to find something megative to say about the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K. It's got all the specs you want to see — 4K resolution, HDR10, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision. It has access to nearly every streaming service you could want, and the vast Amazon App Store.

$35 (was $50) at Amazon

Premier gaming experience: Xbox One X

Microsoft's flagship console is a heavy hitter in every way possible. It has a massive collection of 4K HDR games for fans to enjoy and the console itself is technically superior to its PlayStation counterpart. Xbox as a platform really shines these days is online gameplay, due in no small part to the massive community paying for an Xbox Live subscription each month. Xbox is the destination for great online experiences, from a clean and well-implemented chat system to the fantastic track record of stability, even during huge game launches.

$399 (was $499) at Amazon

Big and brillant TV: Sony 65-inch 4K TV

Starting under $1,000 for the 65-inch model, Sony's X850F Series offers gorgeous 4K powered by Sony's "X1 Extreme" processor, which is the top of the manufacturer's line. The real icing on the cake is compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, with the ability to cast video to the TV, change channels, and more.

$998 (was $1,398) at Amazon

Project your picture: Optoma HD29Darbee

With a lamp that's 3200 lumens, the Optoma HD29Darbee is a bright enough projector to shine your movies, TV, and sports onto the wall with no problem! It delivers full HD 1080p picture and can connect to your video source via HDMI while still having a 3.5mm audio port to output to speakers and a USB port so you can connect media directly to it with a flash drive.

$499 (was $649) at Amazon

These deals won't be around forever, so make sure you take advantage of these low prices this weekend. All these products can help you take your home entertainment system to the next level!

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