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Which SoundBar For 65" TV £150-£250 ? Help please :)

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Hello all, I'm looking to buy a soundbar for my 65" Samsung 4k TV, I have been looking at the Bose solo 5 but I have read good and bad reviews so not sure. is there any other soundbar better tha… Read More
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Hello all,

I'm looking to buy a soundbar for my 65" Samsung 4k TV, I have been looking at the Bose solo 5 but I have read good and bad reviews so not sure.

is there any other soundbar better than the Bose solo 5 for around £150-£250 ?

Thank you in advance
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6m, 2w agoPosted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Got an open box Yamaha YSP1600 from Richer Sounds last week for £249. Really happy with it. I wanted an all in one (no external sub) and this ticked all the boxes.

Currently at £279.00 with a 6 year warranty.
http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/YAMA-YSP1600-BLK
#2
Captaingrim
Got an open box Yamaha YSP1600 from Richer Sounds last week for £249. Really happy with it. I wanted an all in one (no external sub) and this ticked all the boxes.
Currently at £279.00 with a 6 year warranty. http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/YAMA-YSP1600-BLK

Thank you for your reply :)

you think the YSP1600 is better than the YAS306?
#3
I tried the 306, wasn't that keen. Didn't seem to bring anything extra to the party whereas the 1600 really gives scope and definition to both TV and music. I spent quite sometime doing research and trying to find the 'right one' at a price I was willing to pay.
Sound is quite subjective so whatever you fancy, try it out first. Like I said previously not having the separate sub was a big plus for me, I don't need that massive bass roar for the size of room Im using it in.
#4
Captaingrim
I tried the 306, wasn't that keen. Didn't seem to bring anything extra to the party whereas the 1600 really gives scope and definition to both TV and music. I spent quite sometime doing research and trying to find the 'right one' at a price I was willing to pay.
Sound is quite subjective so whatever you fancy, try it out first. Like I said previously not having the separate sub was a big plus for me, I don't need that massive bass roar for the size of room Im using it in.

I see,

I will phone them tomorrow morning to see if they have any in stock at London-Kingston :)

Thank you very much for your help :)
#5
Captaingrim
Got an open box Yamaha YSP1600 from Richer Sounds last week for £249. Really happy with it. I wanted an all in one (no external sub) and this ticked all the boxes.

Currently at £279.00 with a 6 year warranty.
http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/YAMA-YSP1600-BLK


280quid with 6yr warranty, fek that's awesome, the sound is crisp and I haven't seen any real bad reviews..... think I know what I'm doing tomorrow!! thanks ;)
#6
Happy to help, let me know how you guys get on.

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