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Soundbars

Vizio 2.1 Soundbar Refurb Deal

Amp up your living room sound with this great deal on a certified refurbished Vizio 38″ soundbar and wireless subwoofer system. For less than $100, you’ll get the well-rated SB3821-C6, which offers up room-filling Dolby Digital audio from your TV, and can wirelessly stream music from mobile devices via Bluetooth.

Nakamichi Shockwafe Soundbars

Nakamichi Shockwafe Soundbars

Take your home theater to the next level with Nakamichi’s excellent multi-speaker soundbar systems. They offer enveloping, theater-quality audio, with full support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:x, and come in 7.1.4, 7.2.4, and 9.2.4 configurations with quad surround speakers, dual subwoofers, and up to 1000 watts of total system power.

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LG SL10YG Soundbar

LG SL10YG Soundbar

LG’s premium sound system cranks out audio that will have you convinced you’re in the movie theater. Its front sound bar has upward-firing speakers for Dolby Atmos and DTS:x height effects, and its subwoofer delivers an earth-shattering rumble. It supports 24bit/192kHz Hi-Res audio and has Chromecast built in.

Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar

Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar

Sennheiser aims for the top with its first-ever speaker. The Ambeo soundbar has 13 drivers, including six 4″ woofers. It mimics a 5.1.4 surround sound system with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X support. We went ears-on with the soundbar at the IFA Global Press Conference, and it sounded spectacular.

JBL Link Bar

JBL Link Bar

JBL’s Link Bar is a soundbar that has Android TV and Google Assistant built-in, which means it pairs well with all HDTVs, even ones without built-in smart features. It lets you use your voice to search for shows, switch inputs, ask questions, control your smart devices and more.

Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar

Klipsch Heritage Theater Bar

The Klipsch extravagant three-channel speaker is made for deep-pocketed folks who want a soundbar that matches their home theater setup. You can customize your unit’s length – between 54″ to 80″ – as well as its wood veneer and cloth.

Yamaha YAS-108 Soundbar

Yamaha YAS-108 Soundbar

If you’re looking for a feature-packed soundbar that won’t break the bank, check out the new Yamaha YAS-108. It has Dolby Virtual:X virtual surround sound, a mode that boosts voices for clear dialogue and two built-in subwoofers. Has analog, optical, HDMI and Bluetooth inputs.

Sonos Beam Sound Bar

Sonos Beam Sound Bar

Sonos‘ new Sound Beam is a smart sound bar that supports Alexa’s voice command system. It connects to your TV via HDMI ARC or optical audio. It provides great audio separation and clear bass. It can also be controlled via its app, AirPlay and Spotify.

Samsung NW700 Soundbar Sound+

Samsung NW700 Soundbar Sound+

The Samsung NW700 Soundbar Sound+ is an upcoming wall-mountable soundbar. Its slim, narrow and monochrome style makes it a perfect match for today’s slim HDTVs. It also has a built-in woofer and has active distortion-cancelling.

Q Acoustics M3 Soundbar

Q Acoustics M3 Soundbar

Fresh from the UK, Q Acoustics‘ value-priced soundbar offers big sound and clean looks for your living room. It sits neatly in front of your TV, inside a cabinet, or mounts on the wall. It also works as a Bluetooth speaker with NFC support. Read our full review on Technabob.

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