Celcus Bluetooth Soundbar only £20 @ Sainsburys(instore)
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Celcus Bluetooth Soundbar only £20 @ Sainsburys(instore)

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Found 15th Jan 2016
Just bought one in Sainsburys (Hemel Hempstead) there was one left on the shelf

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Still £25 in my local sainsburys as of 16:45

Original Poster

Maybe get them to scan it, it definitely showed £20 on the shelf and scanned at that price.

http://s10.postimg.org/lkj5axnk5/IMG_0842.jpg

delboye30

Maybe get them to scan it, it definitely showed £20 on the shelf and … Maybe get them to scan it, it definitely showed £20 on the shelf and scanned at that price.


I don't want to buy it, just noticed it when I was looking around the sale stuff today.
I bought one last year in the sale and it went back after 2 days, it wouldn't turn on when you wanted it too so back it went.
Edited by: "Dryosh" 15th Jan 2016

Can only give positive feedback on one of these. Only use mine for occasional Bluetooth connection for music on my ipad and the sound quality is superb!

I have one of these under the tv in our family room and it's great. The kids also use it via Bluetooth to play music off their phones. Even at £25 this is well worth it.

Will it connect via a headphone socket and take external power?

Will it connect to sky and a ps4?

If it's the same one, has good Amazon reviews (though not available to buy anymore). Seperate bass and treble conrols?

amazon.co.uk/pro…ent
Edited by: "bellboys" 16th Jan 2016

Apologies for adding to the "Will this connect.." posts but will it connect to a PC via Bluetooth? I'm assuming so and that it's AC mains too.

I saw these in store but the 20w put me off :-(

Original Poster

Yes it should connect to pretty much anything with Bluetooth

bellboys

If it's the same one, has good Amazon reviews (though not available to … If it's the same one, has good Amazon reviews (though not available to buy anymore). Seperate bass and treble conrols?http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00IWQOJHY/ref=cm_cr_dp_see_all_btm?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1&sortBy=recent



Yes it's the same one from Amazon and has separate controls.

I used to own one when I bought it last year for £29.99. Don't let the price fool you, the sound quality is exceptionally good for its price and it doesn't sound muddy or unclear which is usually associated to speakers of this price. A strong point about this speaker is that the bass and treble can be manually adjusted to desried preference - as well as the bluetooth function (although when pairing by bluetooth to devices to watch movies, the sound may not sync well with the movie as there is a lag.. But you can still connect devices to the speaker through aux 3.5mm input). Although the bass setting won't satisfy bassheads, you still get crystal clear sound with very decent highs. I absolutely 10000% recommend this to everyone if you have the chance to buy one for £20.

The Sainsburys at Forest Hill still had 2 on the shelf at £20 about an hour ago

The bad thing is that after waking from standby volume reverts to a very loud default level.
There's no auto wakeup/sleep depending on input signal presence. No digital input either, just 2xRCA and headphones jack.

My mother has a 1 year old LG TV and she bought this but returned it as Volume+ on the TV turns down the volume on the soundbar and Volume+ on the soundbar turns down the TV!

Ripley, Derbyshire store checked. 3 instore. All showing £35, wounded!
Edited by: "tomrowlands52" 17th Jan 2016

Just told my dad he was amazed at the price went down to sainsburrys and bought one has to be worth it at £25
Edited by: "StewartHardie" 13th Nov 2016

shardie886

Just told my dad he was amazed at the price went down to sainsburrys and … Just told my dad he was amazed at the price went down to sainsburrys and bought one has to be with it at £25



​ oO

Panasonic one is down to £45 now aswell
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