has changed the way that we watch movies, and you no longer need to head to the movie theater to catch the latest blockbusters. And when you upgrade your TV’s audio with a soundbar, you can bring immersive, theater-quality sound right to your own living room. There are tons of options out there, from simple single-piece soundbars to multi-speaker home theater setups, and with a little digging, you’ll have not trouble finding one at a great bargain.
If you’re not totally sure what you’re looking for, or how to decipher all the channels, wattages and other technical specs, be sure to consult our handy. Below, we’ve rounded up some of the best bargains you’ll find out there on soundbars at the moment, and we’ll continue to update this page as offers come and go, so be sure to check back often.
This setup consists of a soundbar and wireless subwoofer, and features some of the best sound quality you’ll find on this list. With 3.1.2 channels, it brings 440 watts of premium, 24-bit, high-res audio right to your couch. And with support for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X it offers an immersive, theater-quality listening experience. It’s also equipped with 5.1 Bluetooth, so you can stream music or audio right from your phone or laptop, and is compatible with both Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free voice control.
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This two-piece 3.1.2 channel LG setup delivers 320 watts of immersive audio, and is optimized for smaller spaces. It features Dolby Atmos support, as well as 4K and HDR10 passthrough for high-res sound quality, even through external devices like a Blu-ray player. And with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, you can easily stream music from anywhere.
Similar to the LG above, this is another 3.1.2-channel system for immersive 3D audio. It supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, and features adaptive sound, which optimizes voice clarity so you can always hear what’s being said. It also comes preset with a Game Pro mode with directional audio for an intense and immersive gaming experience.
This 3.1-channel LG soundbar is a solid, simple setup and includes the basic components — a soundbar and wireless subwoofer. It delivers 420 watts of sound, and connects to your TV through an HDMI port, or wirelessly over Bluetooth. It also features Meridian audio technology that upmixes high and low frequencies separately for a more crisp, immersive sound profile.
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At just $80 for a two-piece setup, this Insignia soundbar is by far the most affordable model you’ll find on this list. At this price, you can’t expect it to compete with the high-end specs of some of the pricier models above, but it will certainly be an improvement over your TVs audio with 80W of dynamic sound. It’s a simple 2.1 channel setup with an 11.5-inch wireless subwoofer, and it can connect to your TV via USB, RCA or an optical digital audio cable.
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