JVC TH-D227B compact bluetooth soundbar rrp £99.99 now £39.99 delivered plus 490 nectar points @ eBay sold by Currys PC World
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JVC TH-D227B compact bluetooth soundbar rrp £99.99 now £39.99 delivered plus 490 nectar points @ eBay sold by Currys PC World

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Found 9th May
Seems a great price for this. Bluetooth 2.0 compact soundbar with 12 month guarantee and the 6 x points and 250 bonus nectar points is still on until tonight so you could get 490 nectar points in total.

Comes with wall brackets and remote control and 5 star reviews too. Bluetooth means you can stream music from your phone / tablet to it as well. Total power 30w RMS (15w + 15w) with presets for movies and music.
Delivered for free with 3-5 days too.

Says almost gone so I have no idea how many they have left or how long this will last.


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This same price in Currys
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jmajski3 m ago

This same price in Currys


Just seen now but you don't get the bonus nectar points with them I guess - I love a nectar bonus
nw104hh45 m ago

x2 left for £32.39 New other -> When an item is listed as "New Other" it …x2 left for £32.39 New other -> When an item is listed as "New Other" it means the product is new and unused, with absolutely no signs of wear. Products listed as “New Other” may have sealed boxes that simply have damage to the outer box, such as tears, dents, compression damage or signs of wear/ageing. The product within the box will be unused and pristine. Some ”New Other” products may have been opened simply for inspection and so are no longer sealed and/or may have damage to the outer box, such as tears, dents, compression damage or signs of wear/ageing...https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/JVC-TH-D227B-2-0-Compact-Sound-Bar-/112979009910?_trksid=p2349526.m4383.l4275.c10#viTabs_0


Went for that thanks
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Thanks OP
Just got one for £29.99 ...... got a £10 off voucher on the screen when paying

Just what I need to replace an old flakey set of PC Speakers I use to listen to Music when in my 'Computer Room'.
Good enough and Bluetooth as well.
Edited by: "Huawei_or_my_way" 9th May
Always been £49.99 in Currys / PC World, that RRP is a bit of a joke. Still a tenner off is still good
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Huawei_or_my_way42 m ago

Thanks OPJust got one for £29.99 ...... got a £10 off voucher on the s …Thanks OPJust got one for £29.99 ...... got a £10 off voucher on the screen when paying Just what I need to replace an old flakey set of PC Speakers I use to listen to Music when in my 'Computer Room'.Good enough and Bluetooth as well.


Was this directly from curry’s or from eBay?
Huawei_or_my_way1 h, 54 m ago

Thanks OPJust got one for £29.99 ...... got a £10 off voucher on the s …Thanks OPJust got one for £29.99 ...... got a £10 off voucher on the screen when paying Just what I need to replace an old flakey set of PC Speakers I use to listen to Music when in my 'Computer Room'.Good enough and Bluetooth as well.


How did you manage to get tenner of ? Any special code
There was a line in small text on the Checkout Screen/Form that stated 'Click here to save £10' or similar.
It gave a voucher code that knocked £10 off the price.
It must be eBay because the item is listed at full price on some of the emailed docs.

Must be some eBay random promo !!! :


Also did not pay for Express Delivery and it was delivered today i.e. in 1 Day
Overall a good deal ....... yet to try it out ..... so fates are in a 'Holding Pattern' over my house until then.

EDIT: (Sorry for the TL;DR length )

Working well and sound quality good.
Some 'Tizz' when high volume BUT this can be solved !!!

Problem:
The Left & Right sides of the soundbar are the exits for the horns that give the 'bass' output.
Internally there is a metal tube that forms the middle of the horn.
Because this has been formed by bending a metal plate into a tube, there is a Longitudinal split running the length of the tube.
Each end of the tube fits onto plastic to form the 'horn'.
*** This is the problem !!! ***.
The 'split' metal tube resonates at particular frequencies/volume levels.
The resonating metal 'Tizzes' on the plastic at each end, which is amplified by the 'horn'.

Solution:
Place a 'brace/spacer' in the external entrance of the 'horn' to change the resonance frequency.
As the tube is metal the material to use should NOT be Metal but something that damps the resonance easily.
I used a 1-1.5 mm thick very rigid cardboard that had a plastic laminate both sides
('Cardboard Tag off a Dog Toy' , very rigid almost like a CreditCard).

I estimated the size and cut a piece approx (40mm x 22mm) [You will need to measure/guesstimate the right size for you.]
The fit should be tight but not enough to break anything when you push it in both horns.
I needed to push it in with both thumbs as it was a very good fit.

Net result the metal tube resonance is damped by the 'brace/spacer'.
I need to max the Treble/Bass levels and drive the input through a 'sound profile' that boosts the 'bass' to force the 'tizz' to reappear. [In English, turn treble/bass full on and boost the bass setting on the phone that is playing through the soundbar].
Be careful, do not use excessive force and the risks are all yours if you try this.

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Currys/PC World/JVC please specify a 'Brace/Spacer' in the design of these next time to damp out the plastic 'Tizz'
or use a 'Mastic' to seal the ends of the tube to the plastic or cover the metal tube with a damping material.
Thank You.

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Edited by: "Huawei_or_my_way" 28th May
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