Bauhn Detachable Soundbar £44.99 @ Aldi
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Bauhn Detachable Soundbar £44.99 @ Aldi

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Edited by:"pennyfarthing88"Found 4th Sep 2017
As above.

I've been looking for a soundbar and this one looks quite a good spec for the money.

3 year warranty

This detachable soundbar can be used as free-standing speakers or connected magnetically to create a large single soundbar.

Features
Bluetooth Function
Detachable Design
Pair your NFC enabled mobile device directly with this unit with just a single tap
Optical connection for superior sound quality
USB drive music playback via the USB port
Full function remote control
ARC function to reduce cable clutter
Use as 2 free standing speakers or connect magnetically into a single soundbar
Guarantee/Warranty

Bluetooth: Yes
Brand: Bauhn
Number Of Hdmi Ports: 1
Power: 2 x 20w RMS output
Product Type: Speakers and Soundbars
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22 Comments
Quite a few negative reviews about sound quality, you get what you pay for I guess.

Edit: forums.whirlpool.net.au/arc…078
Edited by: "OGNinjaDon" 4th Sep 2017
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SamBalmforth1 m ago

Quite a few negative reviews about sound quality, you get what you pay for …Quite a few negative reviews about sound quality, you get what you pay for I guess.

Yea maybe can you post a link to the reviews on this thanks
Original Poster
SamBalmforth12 m ago

Quite a few negative reviews about sound quality, you get what you pay for …Quite a few negative reviews about sound quality, you get what you pay for I guess.Edit: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/2322078

Cheers' that thread is 2-3 years old and appears to be a different model and reviews don't appear too bad though even back then?
Nice that you can separate them, especially when listening to music
pennyfarthing8826 m ago

Cheers' that thread is 2-3 years old and appears to be a different model …Cheers' that thread is 2-3 years old and appears to be a different model and reviews don't appear too bad though even back then?

Maybe so but they will be pretty much alike the specs are the same. For me if 2 people say it sounds cheap I'm not interested. I'm looking for high quality but some are after a cheaper one which is why I gave it heat.
Another soundbar Bauhn yesterday!
I think most people would be disappointed with anything audiovisual like this for £45 in the main living room but might be ok for a kids bedroom/meeting room or something? Any reviews around?
Edited by: "the_mercy_of_percy" 5th Sep 2017
Has to be second hand all day long for this money if you want something worth listening to
does it have HDMI-CEC ?
thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be a great deal difference (unless the built in sound is really tinny and crap). As Antonywhite says, if you are looking at the sub £50 range, try looking at refurbs or second hand on eBay.

No point spending £50 and being completely underwhelmed.
carsick7743 m ago

thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be …thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be a great deal difference (unless the built in sound is really tinny and crap). As Antonywhite says, if you are looking at the sub £50 range, try looking at refurbs or second hand on eBay.No point spending £50 and being completely underwhelmed.



Most flat screen TVs don't push the sound out of the front so it already starts out muffled, no matter what the output. Any speaker pointing forward to the audience will sound clearer. I bought a cheap LG soundbar & it was clearer to listen to but lacking bass. The Bauhn will be clearer to listen to but Hi Fi it won't be.
I've got the equivalent Goodmans version of this, bought from Tesco when on offer about a year ago. They are still miles better than the built in TV speakers, and that's on a decent Sony Bravia TV. If you are not an audiophile then they will suit most people wanting a louder sound with more bass than a slim TV can output.
carsick775 h, 36 m ago

thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be …thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be a great deal difference (unless the built in sound is really tinny and crap). As Antonywhite says, if you are looking at the sub £50 range, try looking at refurbs or second hand on eBay.No point spending £50 and being completely underwhelmed.


If only sound quality was rated in watts...
rev61 h, 57 m ago

If only sound quality was rated in watts...


If you actually read my whole post you would of noted I said people would be disappointed to spend £50 on a very small difference in comparison to buying a refurb or 2nd hand at this price point...
carsick773 m ago

If you actually read my whole post you would of noted I said people would …If you actually read my whole post you would of noted I said people would be disappointed to spend £50 on a very small difference in comparison to buying a refurb or 2nd hand at this price point...



thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be a great deal difference


That's all I read.
rev61 h, 28 m ago

thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be …thing is, with your standard TV's having 2x10w already, there wouldn't be a great deal differenceThat's all I read.


Thank you for pointing out your mistake to everyone
carsick773 m ago

Thank you for pointing out your mistake to everyone


The rest of what you said is irrelevant..
Edited by: "rev6" 5th Sep 2017
rev61 m ago

The rest of what you said is irrelevant.


That's cute. Get off your high horse, you don't look good up there.
carsick771 m ago

That's cute. Get off your high horse, you don't look good up there.



"Unless your TV is tinny and crap" like most TV's? Talking about stating the obvious.

If only audio fidelity was all about watts
rev619 m ago

"Unless your TV is tinny and crap" like most TV's? Talking about stating …"Unless your TV is tinny and crap" like most TV's? Talking about stating the obvious.If only audio fidelity was all about watts


You are repeating yourself now.

I certainly don't claim to be a know it all when it comes to audio, it's not my field but the point I was making was that if someone is on a strict sub £50 budget, they should look at 2nd hand / refurb.

You even have me repeating myself now, you are so bland.
carsick771 m ago

You are repeating yourself now. I certainly don't claim to be a know it …You are repeating yourself now. I certainly don't claim to be a know it all when it comes to audio, it's not my field but the point I was making was that if someone is on a strict sub £50 budget, they should look at 2nd hand / refurb.You even have me repeating myself now, you are so bland.


Bland. Congratulations.
Sound bars never sound that great ... Unless they have a good sub ... If you want something cheap , but sound reasonable try a 2.1 system for less or the same money , will beat this easy .
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