LOGIK L32SBT17 2.0 Sound Bar 16 W RMS - New Manufacturer Sealed, Currys Ebay Store for £24.99
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LOGIK L32SBT17 2.0 Sound Bar 16 W RMS - New Manufacturer Sealed, Currys Ebay Store for £24.99

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Found 13th May
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Come with 12 months Currys/PC World Outlet warranty.
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Soulie869 m ago

Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. …Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. Turned out to be so good it replaced my home cinema (it wasn't all that great, but still 5.1 + sub) and I use it at parties. Really thick sound and good bass for a "lousy" soundbar. Can't go wrong for 25£.


Please never get a job reviewing for an audio website!

Came on here to advise that I bought one of these (same price for ever on Currys full website too) and it really is a poor unit, unless you like rattling build quality, mis-placed speakers and really strained sound when you push those 16 watts !
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Is it Atmos, yeah?

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up ur aseee
4-speaker version here for only £27.71 should be better: ebay.co.uk/itm…989
16 watts . Is that it!
Lol Polaroid one from Asda is basically farting. Waste of money
Lol My tv has better speakers
AJ9248 m ago

Lol My tv has better speakers



No it doesn't. watts=/= quality. This might not sound great but it's almost certainly better than the crap tinny rattling ones in your tv
AJ921 h, 14 m ago

Lol My tv has better speakers


Yes, probably you are right. It is better than the sound from my old TV, but I would say it is about the same or slightly worst than the sound from my new Samsung TV which doesn't have great sound. I had this soundbar last year but returned it because it wasn't as good as a pair of cheap yamaha computer speakers that I bought from eBay.
Crossbow1 h, 49 m ago

4-speaker version here for only £27.71 should be better: …4-speaker version here for only £27.71 should be better: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/273117343989


From the description :

"Upgraded version of the deluxe audio, 4 speakers (or 2 speakers), 3D stereo surround sound, the effect is absolutely shocking."

Doesn't exactly inspire confidence!

Also, the 4 speakers are only 5W each, and it runs off an internal rechargeable battery...
I don't get where the 16 WORMS fit in ??
Soulie869 m ago

Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. …Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. Turned out to be so good it replaced my home cinema (it wasn't all that great, but still 5.1 + sub) and I use it at parties. Really thick sound and good bass for a "lousy" soundbar. Can't go wrong for 25£.


Please never get a job reviewing for an audio website!

Came on here to advise that I bought one of these (same price for ever on Currys full website too) and it really is a poor unit, unless you like rattling build quality, mis-placed speakers and really strained sound when you push those 16 watts !
Watts don't equal good sound quality

Wattage is just louder sound

16watts is fine, if it's sound bad it's just poor quality
Edited by: "Norseg" 14th May
huge thanks to the OP
paulpso8 h, 12 m ago

No it doesn't. watts=/= quality. This might not sound great but it's …No it doesn't. watts=/= quality. This might not sound great but it's almost certainly better than the crap tinny rattling ones in your tv


So this vs my LG E7
Edited by: "AJ92" 14th May
These are not actually too bad, got a bar for the boys bedroom to replace the non existent speakers in his monitor for PC / PS4. Well worth the quids to produce better sound than usual TV's
Soulie867 h, 46 m ago

Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. …Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. Turned out to be so good it replaced my home cinema (it wasn't all that great, but still 5.1 + sub) and I use it at parties. Really thick sound and good bass for a "lousy" soundbar. Can't go wrong for 25£.


Can't tell if this is sarcasm or an honest review...
You get your monies worth with this definitely. If you’re not after ground breaking sound, but a Bluetooth / aux low profile speaker this is great. I have a bush tv in the bedroom, with horrible tinny speakers which I use this for. Then when I want some music connect phone or tablet. It serves its purpose spot on for me.
16 W RMS ....
paulpso11 h, 16 m ago

No it doesn't. watts=/= quality. This might not sound great but it's …No it doesn't. watts=/= quality. This might not sound great but it's almost certainly better than the crap tinny rattling ones in your tv


There's quite a few tvs that come with decent speakers built in. As in there is a Sony model which has an extra foot on either side of the screen for speakers. Panasonic model with a sound bar built into the stand.
Also LG speakers are made my akg / Harmon kardon and they are absolutely brilliant.

Its a big focus on premium tvs
Would this be ok on a standard 32in tv, located about 6-8ft from where my mum sits? Just want a bit of a clearer sound for her as she struggles these days with her hearing.
Can not recommend. Tried it, had to return it. It cuts off the first few milliseconds of sound after a period of relative silence.
My brother in law has this monitor currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
It doesn't have speakers built in and he is using it for his xbox one x.
He has bought two sets of speakers and neither has been compatible (like port wise, after he connects with HDMI from console to TV there's nowhere for his speakers to go).
Will this have the correct ports to make sound come from his xbox?
MrRight1 h, 37 m ago

My brother in law has this monitor …My brother in law has this monitor https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/pc-monitors/pc-monitors/acer-s242hldbid-full-hd-24-led-monitor-10142195-pdt.htmlIt doesn't have speakers built in and he is using it for his xbox one x.He has bought two sets of speakers and neither has been compatible (like port wise, after he connects with HDMI from console to TV there's nowhere for his speakers to go).Will this have the correct ports to make sound come from his xbox?


That’s a monitor, not a TV, so it doesn’t deal with sound. You’d need to have a sound system with passthrough HDMI (where you connect the console to the sound system and then the sound system to the monitor).

Unless the Xbox has optical? In that case you’d need to look for sound systems (bars, etc) that accept optical, and set the Xbox to send sound through the optical. I know the PS3 had optical output, but it’s an older standard now compared to HDMI so it’s likely that new consoles dropped it.
Soulie8614 h, 18 m ago

Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. …Bought this about 6m ago just to serve as a kitchen/cooking speaker. Turned out to be so good it replaced my home cinema (it wasn't all that great, but still 5.1 + sub) and I use it at parties. Really thick sound and good bass for a "lousy" soundbar. Can't go wrong for 25£.


Most bizarre review I have read in a long time. As others have said, this review must be a joke.
redandwhiteliz14th May

Would this be ok on a standard 32in tv, located about 6-8ft from where my …Would this be ok on a standard 32in tv, located about 6-8ft from where my mum sits? Just want a bit of a clearer sound for her as she struggles these days with her hearing.


That's what I've done, if your telly doesn't have a digital coaxial it tells you not to link it to the headphone of your TV not sure why. I think it's because if your pumping the sound from a sky box thru the tv then the bar it can deteriorate. Its only marginal though, I've got an sp-19 4 way audio control works pretty well. You might pick one of these off ebay
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