Philips HTL2150/12 Soundbar Speaker 60W with Subwoofer. £49.99 inc del @ argos ebay. everywhere else £80 plus. Brand New item - HotUKDeals
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The Philips HTL2150 soundbar allows you to watch your movies reminiscent of your cinematic experiences. The sleek design and ease of placement makes it easy to install in any room. This digital theatre system allows you to experience a virtual surround sound with a premium sound quality.

•1 channel.
•Dolby.
•Optical audio connection.
•Digital optical.
•Total RMS wattage: 60 watts.
•Speaker bar: 30 watts.
•Subwoofer: 30 watts.
•Remote control batteries required 1 x button cell (included) .
•Size of speaker bar H5.24, W80, D7.56cm.
•Weight of speaker bar 1.2kg.
•Size of subwoofer H24, W16.5, D29.5cm.

Good deal. Argos In-store £80 and anywhere else. Excellent for smaller LCD or LED TVs. Brand new stock not refurbished. This is Argos Ebay.
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banned 13 Likes
morpheus
Shame no Bluetooth or would have jumped on this.

Would be careful jumping on a soundbar.
8 Likes
happi
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.

250W?! You must be joking! The valve amp I use to gig with is only 100W. Do you run an open-air cinema or something?

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4 Likes #1
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.
#2
chimp14uk
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.
what even on standby? As iv checked and standby use age on electric is next to nothing. Like under £1 a year.
3 Likes #3
chimp14uk
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.
Problem? How big a problem is that?? When I turn the lights off, I find I keep having to turn them back on at night, dreadful design.:-)
1 Like #4
philipgregson58
chimp14uk
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.
Problem? How big a problem is that?? When I turn the lights off, I find I keep having to turn them back on at night, dreadful design.:-)

When you put your lights back on, do they go back to full power or do you have to turn them up?
#5
philipgregson58
chimp14uk
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.
Problem? How big a problem is that?? When I turn the lights off, I find I keep having to turn them back on at night, dreadful design.:-)


To much cheap skate
#6
I have a philips soundbar and its pretty good. They are fantastic compared to built in tv speakers (which seem to always be awful)
#7
chimp14uk
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.

How many settings reset? Is it just volume level?
2 Likes #8
Shame no Bluetooth or would have jumped on this.
1 Like #9
chimp14uk
The problem with this sound bar is that it resets itself every time you turn it off so you have to adjust it when you put it back on.


Probably a good design feature.

If you're watching a film full blast in the day then slip off at night to watch a bit of the good stuff it's going to be nice and quiet.
#10
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.
#11
morpheus
Shame no Bluetooth or would have jumped on this.
Must agree. I would have bought if it had Bluetooth also
#12
Most TV's have only 5W speakers, so this is an imoporvement,

I had this exact model, I agree with 1st post as annoying that you have to re-set it ever time it comes back out of standby - ie Bass levels

Item is worth £50 of course & will improve the sound. however, I thought it too annoying & would recommend that anyone wanting a soundbar, should ideally get same brand as TV so that remote will work both

Lucky for me, Argos mis-advertised it when I bought it claiming DTS & therefore I had a no quibble return even after using it for 3 weeks & no packaging
#13
No idea why someone expired this as still available.
#14
Worth mentioning that philips customer care is excellent. My first soundbar developed a minor fault and they sent me a newer model without even asking for the old one back.
#15
Stubee
Worth mentioning that philips customer care is excellent. My first soundbar developed a minor fault and they sent me a newer model without even asking for the old one back.


Thanks for that. Great to know. Seems to be unseen nowerdays.
#16
Are these better than home cinema systems? Doubt they wood be
banned 13 Likes #17
morpheus
Shame no Bluetooth or would have jumped on this.

Would be careful jumping on a soundbar.
#18
It's not about the size (wattage?) it's what you do with it that counts
#19
So this doesn't do DTS? I was going to connect it from my DTS capable TV through an optical cable.
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happi
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.

250W?! You must be joking! The valve amp I use to gig with is only 100W. Do you run an open-air cinema or something?
#21
cannibalwombat
happi
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.

250W?! You must be joking! The valve amp I use to gig with is only 100W. Do you run an open-air cinema or something?

No not joking at all, i have 300 watts, the soundbar is 160 and the subwoofer is 140, sounds ok in a medium size room.
1 Like #22
cannibalwombat
happi
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.

250W?! You must be joking! The valve amp I use to gig with is only 100W. Do you run an open-air cinema or something?

He probably has one of those 1000w amps in his car that really only pump out 120w realtime
1 Like #23
guitar amps are usually rated rms, and consumer audio gear at absolute nasty peak of distortion, which is 4x or 8x actual sensible power handling/rating.
1 Like #24
happi
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.

Erm

Does it go to eleven?

Does it?

Does it really go to eleven man?
#25
tan159
cannibalwombat
happi
60 watts is not a lot of improvement on the tv speakers, spend a bit more and get something with at least 250 watts.

250W?! You must be joking! The valve amp I use to gig with is only 100W. Do you run an open-air cinema or something?

He probably has one of those 1000w amps in his car that really only pump out 120w realtime

Wow put yer dicks away, being a woman i can't measure up (_;) it was just an opinion don't get all butt hurt now.
#26
Currys also have a soundbase for £49.99 for those who prefer this format http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logik-l37spb14-sound-stage-soundbar-down-49-99-currys-1946824 - it has bluetooth and (I think) optical in.
#27
OK....Blonde question alert how do you connect this to your TV please as I do not have a USB port!!
1 Like #28
CharlieRose
OK....Blonde question alert how do you connect this to your TV please as I do not have a USB port!!

Optical audio I think, connection usually looks like the one in this picture below:

http://www.bcot1.com/spdif04.jpg

Edited By: capriboycraig on Jul 06, 2014 08:17
#29
capriboycraig
CharlieRose
OK....Blonde question alert how do you connect this to your TV please as I do not have a USB port!!

Optical audio I think, connection usually looks like the one in this picture below:

http://www.bcot1.com/spdif04.jpg

Thanks for your help :) is that the back of the TV or the sound bar?
1 Like #30
CharlieRose
capriboycraig
CharlieRose
OK....Blonde question alert how do you connect this to your TV please as I do not have a USB port!!

Optical audio I think, connection usually looks like the one in this picture below:

http://www.bcot1.com/spdif04.jpg

Thanks for your help :) is that the back of the TV or the sound bar?
depends, if you have sky you can connect from the or use digital coax. there a few options.
#31
tibbs
CharlieRose
capriboycraig
CharlieRose
OK....Blonde question alert how do you connect this to your TV please as I do not have a USB port!!

Optical audio I think, connection usually looks like the one in this picture below:

http://www.bcot1.com/spdif04.jpg

Thanks for your help :) is that the back of the TV or the sound bar?
depends, if you have sky you can connect from the or use digital coax. there a few options.

Thank you :)
#32
happi

Wow put yer dicks away, being a woman i can't measure up (_;) it was just an opinion don't get all butt hurt now.

You can see me? oO
#34
can you not see it there on the tin it says optical so what more do you need , buy an optical lead on amazon only about £3 well better sound, and 100watts is well enough in any home room.
#35
can you not see it there on the tin it says optical so what more do you need , buy an optical lead on amazon only about £3 well better sound, and 100watts is well enough in any home room.
#36
Thanks. On the look out for a cheap/good sound bar. Heat added.
#37
Looks like this cracking deal is out of stock now. Rather miffed that the wife didn't think we should get one :(
#38
In stick for me?
#39
Just recirved mine and set it up. Very happy with it. Clear and not to loud to annoy the naibours. Put it with my 50" emotion so full kit for £365. Not bad at all.
#40
I feel conned by Argos-outlet. I received the item but it looks like its a refurbed/returned item as the box i opened and damaged.

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