LG SH7 Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Sound Bar With Wireless Subwoofer and Adaptive Sound Control, Silver £199.99 @ Amazon
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LG SH7 Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Sound Bar With Wireless Subwoofer and Adaptive Sound Control, Silver £199.99 @ Amazon

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Found 2nd Dec
Give your shows and movies unprecedented punch with LG’s thunderous sound bar. Not only does this 360W beast have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, it has the brand’s special Adaptive Sound Control that adjusts its settings to what you’re watching. As you can stream your music directly from your Smart device, this isn’t just for watching TV. Together with the Auto Music Play, One-Touch Set-Up and thumping subwoofer, this will make your favourite content pulsate through your home.

Powerful Adaptive Sound Control
Boosted by massive 360W sound, this 4.1 system uses Adaptive Sound Control to adjust frequency levels to what you’re watching. So, if you’re watching a heavy drama, dialogue will be crystal-clear and, if you’re watching a music channel, bass is boosted. This way, your audio will always match what’s on screen. Furthermore, with the Auto Sound Engine, audio is balanced no matter the volume.

Seamless Bluetooth & Wi-Fi
Use the Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi to hook this up to your TV and other Smart devices wirelessly. Not only can you stream top-notch audio from the likes of Spotify, Google Play Music, Deezer and TuneIn, the built-in Google Cast makes the whole process seamless. Other innovative features include Auto Music Play, which automatically senses your device when you walk in the room, and Bluetooth Stand-by, which wakes up the sound bar when you send audio from your device. This way, you can use this as a Bluetooth speaker as well as a sound bar.

One-Touch Pairing & Multiroom
Grow your LG surround sound system with the One-Touch Pairing. All you do is place two compatible speakers (sold separately) near the sound bar and press the One Button Home Cinema Mode on each one. Once paired, you’ll sink into a theatre-like heaven. If you’d like to go beyond the living room, you can use the Multi-Room mode to hook this up with other LG speakers (sold separately) around your home.

10 Comments

Same price at SonicDirect [price match i think]

Got Google cast built in, so fab price with that as well!

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What's so good about Google cast compared to Bluetooth?

cas3982 h, 5 m ago

What's so good about Google cast compared to Bluetooth?




Google cast uses Wi-Fi so technically you can stream and control the music anywhere in your house so long as you are connected to the same network. Problem is compatibility unless you use google music/Spotify/some others. If you use the built in music app on an iPhone however, you won’t be able to unless you download third party apps etc.

Advantage of Bluetooth is compatibility with pretty much everything nowadays, disadvantage is range and inferior sound quality
Edited by: "cryptopathologist" 3rd Dec

cas39813 h, 16 m ago

What's so good about Google cast compared to Bluetooth?


As well as what's mentioned above I prefer it over Bluetooth because multiple people can connect to it at once, allowing everyone to que up their own songs.

Also if you start a playlist and your phone dies, the sound bar will still continue playing.

Lastly it will work with multi-room audio, meaning you can have music blasting out of this sound bar as well as other speakers in the house all at once, in sync.
Edited by: "Turret" 3rd Dec

Expired, unfortunately.

Fnz1 h, 25 m ago

Expired, unfortunately.


I wouldn't be too upset. It has bad reciews.

Exp.

ianhookk3rd Dec

I wouldn't be too upset. It has bad reciews.


True. 4.4 out of 5 on amazon is pretty bad.

kingosticks10 h, 56 m ago

True. 4.4 out of 5 on amazon is pretty bad.


And you trust Amazon reviews do you?

ianhookk7 h, 53 m ago

And you trust Amazon reviews do you?


I try to read them and work that out on a case by case basis. For example, the ones where they got the product for free are usually obvious (if not explicit) and can be ignored. But yes, compared to the advert-like-reviews coming from many sites and companies like whathifi, I generally do. If you have a better source, or 1st hand experience, then that sounds better, but I don't.
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