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Get a Roverbeats T16 Bluetooth speaker 2-pack for $13.98

Or get a single for $6.99. These adorable little can-shaped speakers come in your choice of three colors. Plus: at the other end of the spectrum, a very rare Sonos speaker deal.

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Cans on the run

Before you ask: No, you can't pair them together for stereo sound. But that's okay!

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Let's hear it for the little speakers, the ones you can so easily toss in a bag or glove box or wherever.

For a limited time, and while supplies last, Etekcity is offering the Roverbeats T16 portable Bluetooth speaker 2-pack for $13.98. That's after applying promo code CHEAPSK8 at checkout. Shipping is free for Prime subscribers.

Don't want two? Code CHEAPSK7 will net you a single Roverbeats T16 for $6.99

Those codes were tested and verified at 6 a.m. PT, and they work with all three colors: blue, red and gray.

These adorable little can-shaped speakers can pair via Bluetooth to your phone or tablet, but an included audio cord lets you plug in just about any source.

Alas, although they're sold in a 2-pack, they can't be paired together for stereo sound. Each one is meant to be used by itself.

Another small gripe: They charge via a Mini-USB connection, not Micro-USB. That's an inconvenience, to be sure, but a relatively minor one.

According to the mostly favorable (4 stars and change) user reviews, the T16 sounds great for its size, and looks cute to boot. The battery is good for up to seven hours of playtime, and I like that it comes with both a carrying case and a carabiner. There's also a built-in microphone so you can use it for speakerphone calls.

Sonos Play:3 -- best home theater tech

When it comes to streaming audio, nothing beats Sonos. It's the easiest streaming-audio solution, offering up access to services like Mog, Pandora, Spotify, Sirius XM, Last.fm, Slacker, Rdio, Rhapsody, and -- most recently -- Amazon Cloud Player. The Play:3 offers solid sound at a petite size, which makes it an excellent gift for anyone who could use, say, a bedroom or kitchen audio system.

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And, hey, seven bucks apiece! That's a deal worth... wait for it... listening to.

Bonus deal: Speaking of speakers, Sonos speakers: worth it? There are cheaper ways to get multi-room home audio, but it's hard to argue with the quality of Sonos gear. Alas, deals are few and far between; the company is as stubborn as Apple about clinging to its premium-pricing model.

So this is worth a mention: For a limited time, and while supplies last, you can get a refurbished Sonos Play:3 speaker for $229. Two-day shipping is free when you apply code FREE2DAY17 at checkout, and Ebates users can get a 5-percent rebate, bringing the effective total price down to $217.55.

Sonos refurbs are fully tested and inspected, cosmetically good-as-new and backed by a one-year warranty. Translation: There's literally no downside to going the refurb route.

So, a Sonos speaker at this price: worth it? Discuss.