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33 Reviews


320W 2.1ch Sound Bar w/ Wireless Sub & Bluetooth Connectivity

  • 2.1 Channel 320 Watt Output Power
  • Bluetooth Streaming
  • Adaptive Sound Control
  • Sound Sync Wireless


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2.1 Channel Soundbar System

  • Up to 360W of Total Power
  • Built-In Wi-Fi & Ethernet Connectivity
  • Chromecast built-in
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming



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50 Reviews


2.1Ch 300W Soundbar with Wireless Subwoofer LAS465B

  • 2.1 Chanel 300W Power
  • Bluetooth Streaming
  • 40” and above TV matching


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Toshiba TY-WSB600

2.1 Channel Soundbar with Bluetooth TY-WSB600

  • 60W Total Output Power
  • Bluetooth Music Streaming
  • Wall Mountable
  • Wireless Subwoofer



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4 Reviews

Boston TVEEM25

TVee Model 25 Home Entertainment System

  • 2.1 Channel
  • Maximum Output: 150W
  • Soundbar learns your existing remote control
  • Better music with dedicated Music Mode



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Vizio SB3820-C6

38" 2.0 Channel Soundbar - Recertified SB3820-C6

  • 2-Channel System
  • Two 2.75" Full-Range Drivers
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming
  • 1 x RCA | 1 x 3.5mm | 1 x USB



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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.