240W SOUNDBAR, BLUETOOTH. AMAZON £40.00 OFF - £39.98 via Amazon - Sold and Despatched by Gadget Express
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240W SOUNDBAR, BLUETOOTH. AMAZON £40.00 OFF - £39.98 via Amazon - Sold and Despatched by Gadget Express

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Found 11th Dec 2017
Was looking for a soundbar for a Christmas present that wasn't to expensive but does what it supposed to, I think this fits the bill, great value, well I think so!!
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Just be aware the reviews are tilted by reviewers giving a 5 Star “free product” review. On eBay this has a 2/5 star rating
AJ9219 m ago

Huh 240w for £40 🤔 really??



The actual power out is 24W RMS mentioned in the production description:
Soundbar Total Output Power: 240W PMPO (24W RMS), Speaker Driver: 6.5", Frequency: 180Hz -20KHz, S/N Ratio: 75dB

Then when you scroll down it mentions: Total Output Power: 20W RMS.

PMPO = Peak Music Power Out, these terms used be used by the old littlewoods catalogue back in the 90's. Some cheap Bush / Alba micro or midi system advised as 400w PMPO.

Save your money and buy something decent no matter how tempted you are.
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A bluetooth Soundbar.. where does one think to put it besides from below the TV? I assume that only needs a short cable up to the TV... hmmm..
Just be aware the reviews are tilted by reviewers giving a 5 Star “free product” review. On eBay this has a 2/5 star rating
Huh 240w for £40 🤔 really??
AJ9219 m ago

Huh 240w for £40 🤔 really??



The actual power out is 24W RMS mentioned in the production description:
Soundbar Total Output Power: 240W PMPO (24W RMS), Speaker Driver: 6.5", Frequency: 180Hz -20KHz, S/N Ratio: 75dB

Then when you scroll down it mentions: Total Output Power: 20W RMS.

PMPO = Peak Music Power Out, these terms used be used by the old littlewoods catalogue back in the 90's. Some cheap Bush / Alba micro or midi system advised as 400w PMPO.

Save your money and buy something decent no matter how tempted you are.
AJ9221 m ago

Huh 240w for £40 🤔 really??


Pmpo or peak music power output, which is a meaningless measurement. The more respected and realistic rms measurement is only 24w.

Still not a bad price but not amazing either. Feel this could be a case of you get what you pay for but maybe a pretty mild improvement on tv speakers...
The more respected and realistic rms measurement is only 24w.

That still tells you nothing, because that is just the power of the amplifier. How efficient are the the actual drive (speaker) units? It doesn't say so keep away!
reviewsyoutrust.co.uk/log…ew/ I went for this one currently £25 at Curry's
Edited by: "Loopster147" 12th Dec 2017
29.99 now
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