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Best Soundbar in 2015: 10 best soundbars for your TV


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If you’re on the lookout for an excellent soundbar, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up the best high-end soundbars and the best cheap soundbars on the market to take your home entertainment setup to the next level.

Whether you have a top-end 4K TV, a HDTV or something more basic, you’ll be all-too-familiar with the fact that tellies generally don’t deliver the best of audio experiences. Fortunately, it’s easy to address this.

Soundbars offer an excellent surround sound experience, but do away with the clutter that comes with having a load of different speakers scattered around your living room.

They’re sleek enough to be either wall-mounted or slipped beneath your TV, and often come with an in-built subwoofer for powerful bass.

Click the 'Next' arrow above to see the first model on the list, or select your preferred option from the list below:

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Roth Audio Sub Zero II – Width: 850mm | Sub: None | Price: £69 – A remarkably cheap soundbar that's loud, bassy and robustly-built

Q Acoustics Q-TV2 – Sub: In-built | Price: £149 – A soundbar that attaches to the back of your TV, making it virtually invisible

Philips HTL5140 – Width: 1,045mm | Sub: External | Price: £239.95 – A sleek, discreet soundbar that offers generous features at a resonable price

Orbitsound M10 – Width: 500mm | Sub: External | Price: £250 – A chunky yet compact soundbar that's powerful and easy to use

Canton DM 9 – Width: 1,210mm | Sub: In-built | Price: £314 – A wall-mounted subwoofer that delivers stupendous sound

Q Acoustics Media 4 – Width: 1,000mm | Sub: In-built | Price: £400 – A solidly-built soundbar that offers powerful, natural sound

Monitor Audio ASB-2 – Width: 1,005mm | Sub: None | Price: £699 – A great-looking soundbar with generous features and AirPlay support

Samsung HW-J8500 – Width: 1,450mm | Sub: External | Price: £750 – An elegant, curved soundbar designed to be used alongside a curved TV

DALI Kubik One – Width: 980mm | Sub: None | Price: £799 – A stunning soundbar that can be wall-mounted or used on a table-top

Focal Dimension – Width: 1,155mm | Sub: None | Price: £899 – A terrific soundbar aimed at discerning listeners with lots to spend

Soundbars Explained

So what is a TV soundbar? It’s essentially a slim speaker system that can sit below or near your TV. The technology packed inside can deliver a surround sound experience without the annoying clutter that comes with having 5.1 surround sound speakers dotted around the room.

Whether you're watching a film on Blu-ray, streaming content from Netflix or playing Call of Duty on your Xbox One or PS4, a soundbar can seriously improve your home entertainment domain.

Most soundbars are 2.1 channel sound setups. That means you’ll get two speakers and a separate subwoofer. There are of course a few exceptions that bundle subwoofer and speakers all into one device.

Beyond hooking it up to a TV, soundbars can offer Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity to stream content from smartphones, tablets and computers. Physical connections can include USB ports to plug in external hard drives, HDMI inputs and outputs to support Full HD and 3D TV playback.

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There are plenty of excellent models out there to choose from and we want to help you find the soundbar that's best for you. So if space is at a premium, and you're ready to break free from snaking cables, read on.

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