Philips HTL2150/12 Soundbar Speaker 60W with Subwoofer. £61.99 @  argos ebay
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Philips HTL2150/12 Soundbar Speaker 60W with Subwoofer. £61.99 @ argos ebay

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Found 1st Jun 2014
The Philips HTL2150 soundbar allows you to watch your movies reminiscent of your cinematic experiences. The sleek design and ease of placement makes it easy to install in any room. This digital theatre system allows you to experience a virtual surround sound with a premium sound quality.

•1 channel.
•Dolby.
•Optical audio connection.
•Digital optical.
•Total RMS wattage: 60 watts.
•Speaker bar: 30 watts.
•Subwoofer: 30 watts.
•Remote control batteries required 1 x button cell (included) .
•Size of speaker bar H5.24, W80, D7.56cm.
•Weight of speaker bar 1.2kg.
•Size of subwoofer H24, W16.5, D29.5cm.

Good deal. Argos In-store £99 and anywhere else. Excellent for smaller LCD or LED TVs. Brand new stock not refurbished. This is Argos Ebay.

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looks like a good deal. Does anyone know if it does virtual 5.1 surround or anything? I cant decide if I should get this or spend more and get the Denon DHT-T100 Soundbar from amazon

amazon.co.uk/dp/…HV0

Have the Philips sound bar,surround sound mode is terrible but normal mode is great very loud and good base.

bigdeal66

Have the Philips sound bar,surround sound mode is terrible but normal … Have the Philips sound bar,surround sound mode is terrible but normal mode is great very loud and good base.



Yeah, I was leaning towards the Philips. The Denon is almost 3 x as much .. Plus the Philips is wall mountable (I believe) xD

Monkay Deals

looks like a good deal. Does anyone know if it does virtual 5.1 surround … looks like a good deal. Does anyone know if it does virtual 5.1 surround or anything? I cant decide if I should get this or spend more and get the Denon DHT-T100 Soundbar from amazon :Shttp://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00EUV4VP0/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=377CV88F446CD&coliid=I3CO6RBQNQCHV0



The Denon will be superior, but then it is far bigger and supposed to be used a base for the TV rather than as a seperate thin soundbar. The Philips will be fine if you're just looking to upgrade your standard TV speakers

Got this model and quality on normal setting but surround sound setting
Is shocking

I wonder if this is an old model as it doesn't look like the image at the top of this page. There's no visible control section in the middle of the soundbar.

It's Philips. Now a very poor and unreliable brand in my experience.

If you unplug the base it is no better than the TV's speakers. Surround sound is shocking. Remote is the cheapest I have ever seen. Bar is wall mountable. It is the base speaker that gives it an extra dimension and makes for a much better experience. I would just about recommend it for the base speaker alone, although it only works with the bar.
Edited by: "Stuntgut" 1st Jun 2014

For the love of God! Can someone, anyone, please learn how to spell the word 'bass'. That is all.

ashleyhibbs397, I am confused.
does the bass unit have good base, or bass unit act as a good base, or base unit have good bass, or base unit is a good base?

speculatrix

ashleyhibbs397, I am confused.does the bass unit have good base, or bass … ashleyhibbs397, I am confused.does the bass unit have good base, or bass unit act as a good base, or base unit have good bass, or base unit is a good base?


I do not know, but it is a good bass to start.

http://37.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m43os0Owok1r0ix14o1_r1_500.gif

Its still this price, thinking of getting one... other than the surround sound not been good, is the rest of it worthwhile now that some of you have had it for a while?
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