Bose soundbar £188.10 @ Amazon
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Bose soundbar £188.10 @ Amazon

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Found 23rd Dec 2017
Bose soundbar, reviews seem decent enough especially if you have a medium sized room.
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Same price at currys when using the code AUDIO5 if any use
Bose solo 5 rubbish really especially for the price. Previously owned brought one 2nd hand
Nice. Shame it's not cast enabled
I like Bose and have a few of there items but damn this is so basic for the price. I might have bought 1 if it had a sub at least.
Edited by: "AJ92" 23rd Dec 2017
Bigfoot60023 m ago

Bose solo 5 rubbish really especially for the price. Previously owned …Bose solo 5 rubbish really especially for the price. Previously owned brought one 2nd hand


I agree, I had the bose solo for a few days before swiftly replacing it with the LG SH7.
We bought one. Only bought it to replace a Sony 2.1 as we were space constrained and this is quite small.

Not fantastic. If you've the space go for a proper 2.1 system. You will get more for less.

Also, ridiculous over-buttoned massive remote control.
I’ve got one of these and you won’t be disappointed. I like the remote, yes big but very easy to see and use. Easy Bluetooth connection for music .:D
Edited by: "Ferb620" 23rd Dec 2017
This is what I want. This is what I hope you can call a sound bar and give as good as a AV receiver with multiple speakers

us.creative.com/son…er/
I bought this from Amazon last December for £155. Might go down further after Christmas.
Bigfoot6001 h, 33 m ago

This is what I want. This is what I hope you can call a sound bar and give …This is what I want. This is what I hope you can call a sound bar and give as good as a AV receiver with multiple speakershttps://us.creative.com/soniccarrier/


damn that's an alien on steroids. I want but that price is lol
Edited by: "AJ92" 23rd Dec 2017
AJ9242 m ago

damn that's an alien on steroids. I want but that price is … damn that's an alien on steroids. I want but that price is lol




Neither I have the money to buy it or be able to get it delivered direct.

Comprising of a main unit and a subwoofer, the X-Fi Sonic Carrier is a 17-driver system in an 11.2.4 speaker configuration. It incorporates Dolby Atmos® surround technology and Creative’s SuperWide X-Fi™ technology to bring you the ultimate 15.2 3D experience – the best of both worlds in home theater and high-end audio. As one respected audiophile reviewer has said (using an ancient Chinese proverb) of the Sonic Carrier: “All other mountains look small from the highest peak.”

The Sonic Carrier delivers a mind-boggling 1000W RMS of brute power. The 600W RMS wireless sub can punch so deep that it is virtually hell-shattering way down deep.

Powered by 8 processors, the Sonic Carrier is not only capable of high-resolution audio playback; it also features an Ultra HD video engine that supports 4K 60fps video playback of local and online content.

Featuring 3 distinct wireless technologies, the Sonic Carrier offers 2 separate Wi-Fi® solutions for audio and video streaming, Bluetooth®, and a zero-latency speaker-to-speaker link to up to 4 subwoofers.
Edited by: "Bigfoot600" 23rd Dec 2017
Ferb62012 h, 50 m ago

I’ve got one of these and you won’t be disappointed. I like the remote, yes …I’ve got one of these and you won’t be disappointed. I like the remote, yes big but very easy to see and use. Easy Bluetooth connection for music .:D


We find the remote big, heavy, clumsy and old fashioned. Our 4K Samsung TV has eight intuitive buttons on a ergonomic high quality small but sturdy remote control - that controls everything including the Smart TV functionality, for Netflix, Prime, etc.

This thing has 55 buttons on it - to control a device that essentially just needs up and down volume buttons and a bass adjust button.

Its like something from the 1990s
Edited by: "pgilc1" 24th Dec 2017
pgilc110 m ago

We find the remote big, heavy, clumsy and old fashioned. Our 4K Samsung …We find the remote big, heavy, clumsy and old fashioned. Our 4K Samsung TV has eight intuitive buttons on a ergonomic high quality small but sturdy remote control - that controls everything including the Smart TV functionality, for Netflix, Prime, etc. This thing has 55 buttons on it - to control a device that essentially just needs up and down volume buttons and a bass adjust button.Its like something from the 1990s


It’s just personal preference and I like it.
Ferb6204 h, 5 m ago

It’s just personal preference and I like it.


Yes, i guess too its handy it also has the Smart remote functionality to integrate other remotes if you dont otherwise have that.

Also if you've used a much better, simpler, intuitive remote on a 2.1 sound set up then this is somewhat disappointing whereas going from standard TV sound to this probably feels like a godsend
Edited by: "pgilc1" 24th Dec 2017
We've got two of these - they're perfect if you just want to improve the sound on your TV to make it easier to hear speech etc in programmes rather than someone who's looking for a soundbar in order to blow their eardrums out with the bass.
Yes, dont get me wrong. Its decent enough, however if you arent space constrained then you'd get better sound with a good 2.1 system for less.
Tried a couple of years ago - very disappointed with the sound all bottom and no clarity for speech - sent it back.
Got one of these for my parents at Christmas, sound was better than the TV but not by much. Problem is, we couldn't fit anything bigger - so this had to do.

If you have the space, definitely go for a better bar than this. It's not worth the price.
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