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37" Goodmans 20W 2.0 Soundbar With Bluetooth £10.00 @ B&M

£10.00 @ B&M Retail
With this sleek and unobtrusive 37" Soundbar from Goodmans you can transform your TV into a home entertainment system. Its simple design complements any flat screen television and will improve your TV…
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With this sleek and unobtrusive 37" Soundbar from Goodmans you can transform your TV into a home entertainment system. Its simple design complements any flat screen television and will improve your TV's audio performance via one simple cable connection.

This Goodmans Soundbar features a 2-channel speaker system that delivers up to 20W of powerful, room-filling sound. Bluetooth® connectivity lets you stream your favourite music and playlists directly from your compatible smartphone, tablet or laptop. Alternatively, you can take advantage of the 3.5mm auxiliary cable (supplied) to connect to the line-in socket of most TVs. Some TV's may also have RCA connections labelled AUDIO OUT. Use this connection with the RCA cable (supplied) to connect to the auxiliary input on the rear of the soundbar. Please note, this may require TV menu interaction to turn off the TV's own speakers.

• 2.0CH Speaker system
• Built in Bluetooth receiver
• Cloth speaker grille
• Full function remote control
• Wall mountable with mounting clips

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12 Likes
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......

They've all been sold off to Chinese/ Turkish/ Slovakian brands, the previous owners would have purchased their yachts with the proceeds, and half the poor sods who worked at these factories are now on benefits.

What a sorry saga, the tale of British manufacturing .

Edited By: hcc27 on Aug 20, 2016 11:17: .
11 Likes
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......


I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.

Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
8 Likes
Why bother. It's got to be dogseggs for that sort of money and 20W. Just blutack a couple of polystyrene cups to your TV speakers, probably get same benefit
7 Likes
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
6 Likes
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.


​and a tenner!

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#1
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#2
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
#3
All stores ?
#4
will check this Saturday, thanks
#5
40£ in Peterborough
7 Likes #6
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
6 Likes #7
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.


​and a tenner!
3 Likes #8
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......
12 Likes #9
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......

They've all been sold off to Chinese/ Turkish/ Slovakian brands, the previous owners would have purchased their yachts with the proceeds, and half the poor sods who worked at these factories are now on benefits.

What a sorry saga, the tale of British manufacturing .

Edited By: hcc27 on Aug 20, 2016 11:17: .
1 Like #10
kristalyte
40£ in Peterborough

Huh?.

How so?, when the OP's Deal Picture blatantly show's that the RRP for this Product was only £19.99?.

Or am I missing something ...
5 Likes #11
hcc27
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......

They've all been sold off to Chinese brands, the previous owners would have purchased their yachts with the proceeds, and half the poor sods who worked at these factories are now on benefits.

What a sorry saga, the tale of British manufacturing .


​it truly is a shame, but even on benefits they can still afford this sound bar at ten quid a pop
2 Likes #12
£10 wasted if you buy this
2 Likes #13
any good for just a cheap stereo system for ipod? wouldn't run the TV through it.
#14
amour3k
kristalyte
40£ in Peterborough
Huh?.
How so?, when the OP's Deal Picture blatantly show's that the RRP for this Product was only £19.99?.
Or am I missing something ...

I think there's a 40w sound bar in stores at £39. The one here is 20w.

I've been in my nearest store a few times over the past while and I've never seen the 20w one ever.
8 Likes #15
Why bother. It's got to be dogseggs for that sort of money and 20W. Just blutack a couple of polystyrene cups to your TV speakers, probably get same benefit
1 Like #16
I got one of these from a tesco eBay deal for £17 a few weeks ago. I was happy with it at that price.. £10 is a bargain. Perfectly fine for linking to ipad/phone to play music in kitchen/bedroom.
4 Likes #17
Id argue the sound quality of your TV is on par if not better than this soundbar.

Quite possibly the most pointless buy of the year.
11 Likes #18
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......


I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.

Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
#19
Might give it a go, though it may look a bit odd overhanging the sides of the 32" TV unit.

Also, I've kind of got used to the horrible TV audio of the "no visible speakers" setup, though it was a massive downward step from the previous TV that had them in a few inch lower rim, that and a bit of adjustment.

And yes, Goodmans of old, got a pair of Active 25 PC speakers that do far better than their tiny size would suggest - needed a pair for testing something and they were 4 or 5 quid from a charity shop, and I picked them as probably the best out of 3 different sets they had.
1 Like #20
Perfect for those on benefits

Not loud enough to cause the police to come ever again
banned#21
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......


For £10 mate...do you expect Bose for £10?
2 Likes #22
haritori
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......
I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.
Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
You need to go back a little further, I'm afraid - try looking at the period before the Japanese took over. There was a time, long ago, back in the 60s when British HiFi equipment was the best in the world - you wouldn't have touched anything Japanese with a bargepole. Even in the 70s Goodmans speakers were amongst the best you could get. :D
#23
amour3k
kristalyte
40£ in Peterborough

Huh?.

How so?, when the OP's Deal Picture blatantly show's that the RRP for this Product was only £19.99?.

Or am I missing something ...


​He possibly has seen the 50w version that they sell for £39.99
#24
Thanks OP.
#25
Newbold
haritori
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......
I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.
Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
You need to go back a little further, I'm afraid - try looking at the period before the Japanese took over. There was a time, long ago, back in the 60s when British HiFi equipment was the best in the world - you wouldn't have touched anything Japanese with a bargepole. Even in the 70s Goodmans speakers were amongst the best you could get. :D

Are you not thinking of Wharfedale? Now they were good, way back when, but they sold out to some cheap brand and became as terrible as the Alba/Goodmans/Matsui's of the world.
#26
Hideous sound quality. TV speakers were better.
1 Like #27
davidmbell
Newbold
haritori
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......
I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.
Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
You need to go back a little further, I'm afraid - try looking at the period before the Japanese took over. There was a time, long ago, back in the 60s when British HiFi equipment was the best in the world - you wouldn't have touched anything Japanese with a bargepole. Even in the 70s Goodmans speakers were amongst the best you could get. :D
Are you not thinking of Wharfedale? Now they were good, way back when, but they sold out to some cheap brand and became as terrible as the Alba/Goodmans/Matsui's of the world.
No. Goodmans. It's an area I know pretty well. ;)
#28
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.


​I wonder why? I mean it's £10 & a Goodman's.....
#29
davidmbell
Newbold
haritori
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......
I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.
Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
You need to go back a little further, I'm afraid - try looking at the period before the Japanese took over. There was a time, long ago, back in the 60s when British HiFi equipment was the best in the world - you wouldn't have touched anything Japanese with a bargepole. Even in the 70s Goodmans speakers were amongst the best you could get. :D
Are you not thinking of Wharfedale? Now they were good, way back when, but they sold out to some cheap brand and became as terrible as the Alba/Goodmans/Matsui's of the world.

Wharfedale speakers aren't terrible.
#30
got two of these and they worked great
#31
no stock at Winterstoke road store Bristol
#32
No stock in chester sealand road or queensferry. Only ones in stock were £40
#33
davidmbell
Newbold
haritori
Newbold
andiejn
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
obviously, it's a Goodmans.
Once upon a time, many years ago, Goodmans speakers were amongst the very best available. And Bush, Hitachi and Grundig were also top brands. How things change.......
I'm gogin back 30 years here now, and never has Goodmans or Bush been considered a good brand!, Hitachi were more of industrial type stuff and Grundig ive never really heard of until more recently.
Good Audio has always been the same, the more well known brands of Yamaha & Sony were the most popular, in the 90's its was Techniques and Kenwood.
You need to go back a little further, I'm afraid - try looking at the period before the Japanese took over. There was a time, long ago, back in the 60s when British HiFi equipment was the best in the world - you wouldn't have touched anything Japanese with a bargepole. Even in the 70s Goodmans speakers were amongst the best you could get. :D
Are you not thinking of Wharfedale? Now they were good, way back when, but they sold out to some cheap brand and became as terrible as the Alba/Goodmans/Matsui's of the world.
Goodmans Maxim speakers used to be highly regarded.
#34
Danze1984

Wharfedale speakers aren't terrible.

Modern Wharfedale speakers are shocking.....the brand as such no longer exists....it's like Goodmans, Alba etc....they now put the name on any mass produced generic Chinese electronics......
#35
noobydoodle
Good deal. But the sound quality is not that good.
#36
A con to get you into the store. Staff admitted only a few stores had them and no more than 2 or3
#37
furion1985
https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t34.0-12/14017702_1161610963859864_565448252_n.jpg?oh=5a41ae1e6ca83aa9178c0a763cd7a8c2&oe=57B932A5

Looks like the shelf is bare :(

Still, they might have re-stocked by now! :)

Voted HOT, HOT, HOT!
#38
corred1964
Danze1984

Wharfedale speakers aren't terrible.

Modern Wharfedale speakers are shocking.....the brand as such no longer exists....it's like Goodmans, Alba etc....they now put the name on any mass produced generic Chinese electronics......


​modern wharefadale speakers are rubbish??
you better go buy a copy if what hifi, see how many times the diamonds get awards and the rest get good reviews
#39
utter ****, you would be better off with your integrated speakers.
1 Like #40
I've got a Goodmans 40" soundbar and it's smashing.
No complaints whatsoever
I think you'll find those who criticise don't have one and never have (although they'll claim they have) http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj178/MissConstrue_2008/Photos%202/Emoticans/Smileys/icon_rolleyes1.gif

Edited By: PhilK on Aug 20, 2016 14:38

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