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TeVaz 9:28 Sun Mar 17
Sound bar ... yes or no ?
Thinking of getting a sound bar for my TV . Only looking at £100 - £150. Are they worthwhile and any recommendations?

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Cheezey Bell-End 2:30 Tue Mar 19
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https://www.porsche-design.com/en/Electronics/Sound/Speakers/Porsche-Design-911-Soundbar.html

Made from the exhaust system of a 911 GT3.

Jim79 12:40 Tue Mar 19
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Got the Sonos Playbar and sub with two sonos 3's as surround sound. Fucking pricey as that lot wont give you much change out of £2k but the sound is fucking immense. When playing music my lounge is like a nightclub and films are unreal.

Razzle 12:35 Tue Mar 19
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Got a sonos beam - very good.

shim 9:58 Tue Mar 19
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Size & layout of room important as Irish said, I live in a 16th century cottage, so have a fairly small front room is served very well by the Sonos Beam, which does TV & music/radio streaming duties excellently..

ChillTheKeel 9:36 Tue Mar 19
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5.1 minimum, you gays.

Irish Hammer 10:52 Mon Mar 18
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Got a pricy Yamaha one few years ago, really poor, echoed like fuck. dumped it after a while.

I think the layout and size of the room makes a fair bit of difference as to if you should get one as well

ted fenton 10:50 Mon Mar 18
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I bought a Sony Bravia 4k smart tv and received a Sony sound bar as part of the deal I love it and comes into it's own with Netflix/Amazon productions.

w4hammer 8:44 Mon Mar 18
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Sonos all the way

You can spotify directly onto it now as well

BRANDED 8:44 Mon Mar 18
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Sonos stuff is overpriced shit. Avoid like the plague.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 7:46 Mon Mar 18
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What Kirok1 said.

The Sonos Playbar is about £700, so very pricey, although it is very good as you can also stream music through it. They also do something called Beam which is £400.
If you’ve a Sky subscription they were doing a special offer on a Devialet soundbox at about £250 iirc. A high quality manufacturer, and less than half the price of the Sonos (although without all the bells-and-whistles streaming stuff).

Dr Moose 12:44 Mon Mar 18
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TeVaz 9:28 Sun Mar 17

JVC have one in that price range which is quite good. Sonos will cost a fortune.

The Joker 12:40 Mon Mar 18
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Claret Badger 11:19 Sun Mar 17

geoffpikey 1:05 Mon Mar 18
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Cups ear

DiCaniosLefty 12:58 Mon Mar 18
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Claret Badger 11:19 Sun Mar 17

Claret Badger 11:19 Sun Mar 17
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Sonos soundbar

150 is throwing money away on dogshit

DiCaniosLefty 11:04 Sun Mar 17
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Its a yes from me.

I got a Samsung one a few years back and its excellent. You might have to spend a little bit more than 100quid to get a decent one.

Percy Dalton 9:55 Sun Mar 17
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I bought an Onkyo sound base which my Panasonic 43 inch plasma sits on.The sound range is brilliant with the sub woofer for films.
I've only had the volume up half way as I can't afford new windows yet.

Mad Dog 9:45 Sun Mar 17
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Got one when I bought my TV. Part of a deal. (Sony bravia)

Not bad

mallard 9:41 Sun Mar 17
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Far superior to using TV speakers

joe royal 9:40 Sun Mar 17
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Isn’t that a bomb the bass track?

The general advice for AV stuff is to go to Ritcher Sounds .

BRANDED 9:37 Sun Mar 17
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Get a megaboom.

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