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Sound bars can drastically improve your TV watching experience, and with the Super Bowl just around the corner, there’s never been a better time to get one. Even if you don’t use it for the big game, you’ll enjoy getting the most out of your home audio after the party is over.
Not only is it one of the best times of the year to pick up a new 4K TV thanks to shockingly low markdowns at just about every retailer, but it’s also a great time to get a sound bar to accompany it—especially with deep discounts on the biggest brands, including Bose, Sony and Samsung. In fact, a number of these deals are even cheaper than they were on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Shop the deals below:
The Bose Soundbar 500 is a slim and sleek sound bar that delivers rich audio and thumping bass, plus it boasts Dolby Digital and DTS support.
While this sound bar is wired, it also has wireless functions for your smartphone and laptop. This means you can stream your favorite music and podcasts via Bluetooth, WiFi and even Apple Airplay 2. It also features Alexa and the Google Assistant built-in for hands-free navigation and voice search.
It’s on sale for $499, or $50 off its list price on Amazon. This is also the lowest price we’ve seen yet on this sound bar!
Shop it: Bose Soundbar 500, $499 (was $549), amazon.com
Bose Bass Module 700, $599 (was $699), amazon.com
Bose Bass Module 500, $349 (was $399), amazon.com
Bose Soundbar 500, $499 (was $549), amazon.com
If you’re looking for a sound bar that’s small yet mighty, then you’ll love the Sony Powerful Mini Soundbar. This sound bar is compact and sleek, which is ideal for small spaces like cozy apartments or bedrooms, plus it features Sony’s S-Force PRO audio that upgrades your TV’s audio with front-facing surround sound. It even works wirelessly with your smartphone via Bluetooth.
The Sony Powerful Mini Sound bar also comes with a slim wireless subwoofer for additional bass. Not bad for just $198.
Shop it: Sony Powerful Mini Soundbar (HT-MT300/B), $198 (was $348), amazon.com
Sony Z9F 3.1ch Soundbar, $698 (was $900), amazon.com
With 80 watts of power, the JBL Bar 2.0 Soundbar delivers immersive audio and digital surround sound without any complicated set-up or multiple wires and cables. Just plug this sound bar into one of your TV’s HDMI ports (or optical port) to upgrade your home audio. It even features Bluetooth connectivity, so you can sync your smartphone or tablet to it and stream your favorites from Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora and more at home.
It’s on sale for $170, or $70 off at Amazon. That’s nearly a 30 percent savings and the lowest price we’ve ever seen on this model!
Shop it: JBL Bar 2.0 All-in-One Soundbar, $170 (was $240), amazon.com
JBL Bar 5.1 Soundbar, $430 (was $600), amazon.com
JBL Bar 2.1 Deep Bass Soundbar, $250 (was $300), amazon.com
The Samsung 2.1 Soundbar features smart sound settings that analyze what you’re watching and automatically adjusts your audio accordingly. This means you’ll get the best experience whether you’re watching a movie, live sports, or playing games.
Shop it: Samsung 2.1 Soundbar (HW-R550), $178 (was $280), amazon.com
Samsung 3.1 Soundbar (HW-R650), $278 (was $400), amazon.com
On sale for just $80 (originally $100), VIZIO 38-inch 2.0 Channel Soundbar is as wallet-friendly as a home speaker can get. Don’t mistake the low price for lack of quality — it features deep bass modules built-in, so you don’t need a subwoofer to feel the rumble from your favorite movies and TV shows. It’s also sleek and compact for just about any TV with Dolby Digital and DTS Studio Sound support. It can even be mounted to a wall!
Shop it: VIZIO 38-inch 2.0 Channel Soundbar (SB3820-C6), $80 (was $100), amazon.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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