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It’s no secret that a great soundbar can majorly improve your TV-watching game. But you shouldn’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to upgrade your home audio when you just spent a pretty penny on a new TV.
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Detailed and sharp audio
Usually going for $180, the TV soundbar features robust, crystal-clear audio that can easily fill up a room. It features four full-range speakers and has 160 watts of power — compared to the measly 5-to-10-watt speakers that likely came with your TV. And thanks to four modes of audio, everything from movies, TV shows to your favorite music and podcasts will sound incredible.
The Pheanoo attaches to your TV via HDMI (ARC) or digital optical port, but it can also connect with RCA cables and a standard 3.5mm stereo jack. Thanks to Bluetooth 5.0, you can sync your smartphone, tablet or laptop to it. Got Bluetooth headphones? You can pair them for private listening. It even comes with a subwoofer for deeper bass and a handy remote.
"I had no idea how good the quality would have been with this soundbar, but wow," raved a five star reviewer. "Using my Fire TV Stick and the sound was incredible....The subwoofer is great as well. The sound fills the room perfectly...I highly recommend this to anyone..."
At 34 inches long, the Pheanoo P28 TV Soundbar is the ideal size for 40-to-65-inch TVs. Amazon reviewers are raving about it; some even say it rivals those from top-name brands.
"The speakers are great for movies and music, the sound is crisp and clear," shared a delighted Amazon shopper. "This was better than my old Sony speakers and I’m glad I bought this soundbar instead of (having) a sudden urge to buy a brand name again..."
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