Half Price - LG NB5530A 2.1 Channel Slim Wireless Bluetooth Soundbar + Subwoofer - COSTCO - £149.89
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Half Price - LG NB5530A 2.1 Channel Slim Wireless Bluetooth Soundbar + Subwoofer - COSTCO - £149.89

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Found 21st Sep 2014
Real half price - Amazon - £285.84

The LG NB5530A features a 35mm ultra slim design to perfectly fit under your 55 inch (or upwards) TV without disturbing your viewing. The NB5530A also offers 3D surround processing, giving you the complete cinema surround sound experience in your living room. 

This soundbar features a wireless active subwoofer which allows you to enjoy superb sound in any location. You can easily connect your mobile devices via Bluetooth, so you can stream all your favourite music content. The NB5530A comes with Sound Sync technology meaning it is easy to set up with no connection required – simply connect the LG speaker system to your TV via Bluetooth*.

120W wireless subwoofer
Ultra slim 25mm design
3D surround processor
Cinema surround sound experience
Bluetooth enabled
* Please note, LG 2013 or 2014 TV required. 

Specification

Brand: LG
Model Number: NB5530A
Audio Quality: Dolby Digital, DTS-HD
Number of Channels: 2.1
Wattage per Channel: 2x 40W (Soundbar) and 120W (active Subwoofer)
Audio Inputs: 1x Optical
Dimensions (Soundbar): H 51mm x W 1200mm x D 31mm
Dimensions (Subwoofer): H 332mm x W 296mm x D 296mm
Weight (Soundbar): 1.6kg
Weight (Subwoofer): 7.6kg

26 Comments

manta1600

... simply connect the LG speaker system to your TV via Bluetooth


That would be the killer for a lot of people. Well, me.


Audio Inputs: 1x Optical


They've dodged a bullet there

Does anyone know if this is available in store?

cant go wrong. ordered:-) thanks

rude not to!
just need a 55" LG Tv Cheap

I've got a 55" LG TV, bought this soundbar a few months ago when it was £199 at Costco, highly recommended. Bear in mind you cannot connect it to your TV wirelessly unless you have an LG magic remote. You'll need to use the supplied optical lead.

This or the Samsung sound stage from currys? I've got a 50 inch Samsung smart tv

Original Poster

This LG is better
From Currys you can buy SAMSUNG HW-H355 Sound Bar for £129.99 - but this Samsung is few levels down

This SAMSUNG HW-H450 Wireless Sound Bar - may be is better than LG - but price is £249.99

I was looking at the samsung hw-h610 sound stage reduced from £350 to £150, pretty sure the £350 was an unrealistic price but not site How good value it is at £150!

Original Poster

I think that hw-h610 is suitable for 32-40" TV and will be small for your TV and room

It was £199 last few weeks. Nearly bought it at £199 as I thought that's was cheap. pleased I didn't. Got the 5540 for £250 off of eBay, though it's yet to arrive.

Anyone have this and using it with a non LG TV?

Any issues in use?

Also, doe sit have an ARC HDMI port?

Soundbars are a vast improvement on standard TV sound (especially with a passable sub like this) but you really need rear speakers to get a decent effect.

Not all that, 200W. 300w one not much more expensive

I got 300w for 179 from currys. Its worth spending extra £30 for 100w

I bought the HW-600 for £199 but returned it for the Sony HT-XT1 instead. I do think the Samsung's SurroundSound is pretty good but other modes sounded quite thin.

iAmLegendFam

Not all that, 200W. 300w one not much more expensive


arora

I got 300w for 179 from currys. Its worth spending extra £30 for 100w



Neither of you have a clue. Wattage are like megapixels in cameras. Just cos a camera has a lot of megapixels, does NOT make it a good camera. Same with wattage ratings in speakers.

hifipage.com/why…-6/

As for this soundbar. I'm sure it's OK as far as soundbars go. But if you want decent sound - and have the space, you could buy a starter AV Amp for this money. Admittedly, you'd still need to get speakers for it, but it's a far better long term investment than a soundbar ...

foxymeister

I've got a 55" LG TV, bought this soundbar a few months ago when it was … I've got a 55" LG TV, bought this soundbar a few months ago when it was £199 at Costco, highly recommended. Bear in mind you cannot connect it to your TV wirelessly unless you have an LG magic remote. You'll need to use the supplied optical lead.



And don't forget as mentioned 2013/14 models only as I just found out with my now obsolete 2012 model

HappyShopper

Anyone have this and using it with a non LG TV?Any issues in use?Also, … Anyone have this and using it with a non LG TV?Any issues in use?Also, doe sit have an ARC HDMI port?



No HDMI only optical or wireless via bluetooth

foxymeister

I've got a 55" LG TV, bought this soundbar a few months ago when it was … I've got a 55" LG TV, bought this soundbar a few months ago when it was £199 at Costco, highly recommended. Bear in mind you cannot connect it to your TV wirelessly unless you have an LG magic remote. You'll need to use the supplied optical lead.



Costco accept returns without question. Maybe you could return your current item and purchase a new one at the lower price?

Does it have to be a 55inch tv iv got an LG 47 inch, would it work on that?

You can get the 300W one for £130 on ebay refurbished. I got one a couple of weeks back.

Hmmm, I would say if you can go buy yourself a cheap AV amp and a cheap ish AV Speaker package. It'll blow a soundbar out of the water.
Sure its gonna cost you 120 for an amp (aka my TEAC av amp from Richer Sounds was £110) and a speaker pack, again Richer Sounds , 150 quid , but for 260 you've got something far far better than a soundbar could ever be.

Decent price I suppose. Not voting either way

Looks like a fab deal and one is on its way to me, ideal for the bedroom now just need a 55" TV for the lounge the old pioneer just given up

fez06

Does it have to be a 55inch tv iv got an LG 47 inch, would it work on … Does it have to be a 55inch tv iv got an LG 47 inch, would it work on that?


Yes it will work on any TV or set top box that has an optical connection socket.

I've got a Toshiba SW1000 that is now buzzing like swine. I've tried changing the cable but to no avail, so it'll have to go.

Shame, as it's served me very well and was excellent.

I've got a proper, old school amp, cd, and wharfedale diamond speaker set up in the same room. Is it worth me trying to connect that up to the TV rather than replace the subwoofer? And if so, how do I go about it and what leads do I need?

Any advice much appreciated.

Is the soundbar LG NB5530A, half price £149,89, still available ?
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