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5 reasons to give Sky Soundbox a space in your living room (Sponsored)

In partnership with Sky

TVs are getting thinner by the year – and that means their speakers are also shrinking. That’s bad news if you like to, well, hear anything. The Sky Soundbox is your perfect one-box solution.

But the Sky Soundbox is about so much more than just boosting the sonic power at your disposal. It’s about improving your viewing and listening experience with minimal fuss and maximum performance, at a fantastic price.

It’s about this…

1) You’ll be immersed like never before

Thanks to cutting-edge technology developed in partnership with hi-fi innovators Devialet, the Sky Soundbox delivers a truly immersive 360° audio experience. Six 3-inch woofers and three 2-inch full-range drivers are configured for room-filling home cinema sonics from a box that looks too small to sound so huge. There’s enormous bass from a single box, with no separate subwoofer in sight.

Bluetooth 4.1 support adds an extra layer of versatility, letting you harness that powerful 360° audio for music from your mobile device, too. This is the only speaker you need.

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2) It reacts to what you’re watching

If you’ve got a Sky Q box connected to your Sky Soundbox, you can enjoy exclusive Sky Q sound modes developed by Devialet. Watching the Manchester derby on Sky Sports? The Sky Soundbox will automatically give the commentary more clarity, and enhance the crowd chants to make you feel like you’re right there in the stadium. You’ll need to supply your own pie.

Sky Q sound delivers tailored sound modes across a phenomenal range of sports, music and movies. You get the best audio quality, whatever you’re watching.

3) Less fiddling with the volume

The Sky Soundbox doesn’t just react to the type of content you’re watching, but also how the soundtrack has been mastered. After all, no one wants to have to reach for the remote every time there’s a scene change or a new show starts. The dynamic volume control means that levels are automatically adjusted to ensure constant clarity, even when dialogue goes down to a whisper, so the remote can remain untouched and you can get on with enjoying your Sky experience.

4) It’ll fit right in

There’s really no excuse not to find room for the Sky Soundbox. Thanks to the super-clever Devialet tech, it’s incredibly compact – a mere 37.5cm wide, 21cm deep and 9.5cm tall, in fact. And it connects to your TV through a single HDMI cable, so there’s minimal fuss.

But more than that, it has an elegant, classy design that fits perfectly with the rest of a Sky Q system. Sleek, discreet and with wide-radius corners that keep it looking contemporary, you won’t have any trouble fitting the Sky Soundbox in, not matter the room or decor.

5) The price will surprise you

So how much does this all cost? We’re talking about a cutting-edge piece of sonic engineering, so it’s got to be expensive, right? Wrong.

The Sky Soundbox is available for the fantastic price of just £249 for Sky Q Multiscreen subscribers and £299 for Sky Q or Sky+HD customers – and, even better,  you can spread the cost across your TV bills.

For more information or to order your Sky Soundbox, go to or call 08445 403 453

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