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Naxa NHS-5002

37" TV Sound Bar with Amazon Alexa NHS-5002

  • Wireless Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® connections
  • Certified for use with Amazon Alexa
  • Output power: 40 W RMS (Two 10 W drivers + two 10 W subwoofers)
  • FM radio



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Toshiba TY-SBX130

2.0 Channel Bluetooth Soundbar TY-SBX130

  • Bluetooth Connection
  • 2 x 15W Drivers
  • Sleek, Minimal Design
  • Wall Mountable



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Samsung HW-J355/ZA

2.1 Channel 120 Watt Wired Audio Soundbar HW-J355/ZA

  • Wired Subwoofer
  • Bluetooth ® Streaming
  • Samsung Audio Remote App
  • Easy Set-up



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SoundPlate 340

  • 120 Watts, 4.1 Channels
  • Built-in Dual Subwoofers
  • Dual Neodymium Speaker
  • Cinema Mode



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SoundPlate 345C

  • 120W, 4.1ch Surround Sound System
  • 35mm in height, designed to sit beneath the television
  • 4.1 channel that incorporates dual built-in subwoofers
  • Bass is produced by ultra slim built-in dual subwoofers



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Sharp HT-SB38

120W Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer HT-SB38

  • Built-in sound processor
  • 120W (total power) for powerful bass, 2.1 ch
  • Bluetooth wireless technology / One-Touch NFC Connect
  • Simple cable connection through HDMI



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Samsung HW-J250/ZA

2.2 Channel 80 Watt Built in Woofer Soundbar HW-J250/ZA

  • 2-Channel Configuration
  • Up to 80W of Total Power
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming
  • Built-In Woofer for Bass Impact



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Sony HT-CT500

Sound Bar and Subwoofer (Black) HT-CT500

  • 5.1 Channel
  • Maximum Output: 400W
  • HDMI Inputs: 3



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Samsung Sound Bar, Bose Sound Bar, Sony Sound Bar

Sound bars are highly popular because they greatly improve the sound of your TV while being incredibly convenient and easy to set up. Before the rise of flat-panel TVs, you could get a TV with great sound because manufacturers were able to fit large speakers under the TV. However, with modern TVs approaching thicknesses measured in millimeters, there just isn't room to fit large speakers for excellent sound and bass. A sound bar isn't limited by those space restrictions, and thus is able to use much larger speakers that can produce richer sounds. Many sound bars include a wireless subwoofer, which in combination with the sound bar will be able to reproduce the full range of sounds that the director intended you to enjoy. They're also incredibly easy to set up: all you do is position it, plug it into a power outlet, and connect it to your TV with a single optical cable.