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Imagine being able to hear the swoosh of a football, the crack of a bat hitting a baseball or every creak in the floor during a movie's most climactic moments. That reality is attainable today with a Dolby Audio sound bar that also doubles as a home stereo replacement.
For all the music trapped on your smartphone or a tablet, you can now stream it wirelessly across your living room, mancave or she-shed with this 54.5-inch sound bar.
Yes: 54.5 inches wide! Most sound bars you will see at under $300 (let alone, $100) are 32-inch sound bars. Those smaller sound bars can look awkward underneath a large TV.
If you are on the fence about an audio upgrade to begin with, regardless of size and brand name, there is absolutely no way your TV speakers sound spectacular. TVs these days are more thin than ever before and while LEDs can shine under these compressed conditions, speakers cannot. TV audio has taken a turn for the worse over the years which is why I consider a sound bar an essential rather than a luxury.
The Sharp sound bar I unboxed wall mounts in seconds and it looks just as good beside a TV as it does underneath or used with a TV stand. Click the play button to see it in action!
- Incredible, loud, crystal-clear sound with dual HDMI inputs
- 2.0 built-in amplifier with total 60 Watts RMS
- Designed for 40-inch TV sets and much larger!
- NFC connectivity sets up in seconds
- Serves as its own stereo for smartphone streaming
- Ultra thin and extremely powerful
- Lowest price ever recorded
- Bluetooth streaming that allows easy switching between two devices
- Sets up in seconds with HDMI, optical or aux connection
BUY IT NOW: $80 off Sharp 54.5-inch Bluetooth wireless soundbar with free shipping
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