Save £85 on the LG SH2 2.1 Sound Bar £84.99 at PC World
Save £85 on the LG SH2 2.1 Sound Bar £84.99 at PC World

Save £85 on the LG SH2 2.1 Sound Bar £84.99 at PC World

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Features -

100 W

Wired subwoofer


Digital connection: optical

Description -

Add clarity, power and richness to your entertainment with the 100 W LG SH2 2.1 Sound Bar, including a wired subwoofer.

Adaptive Sound Control

Different types of entertainment and content have different audio requirements, so the LG SH2 features Adaptive Sound Control to match what you're watching.

It'll automatically adjust to suit the intensity of action movies, the intimacy of dramas, the energy of sports and even the tone of the evening news. Get more enjoyment with a customised sound experience.

Wireless connection to LG TVs

If you've got a compatible LG HDTV, you won't need cables to connect with your LG SH2 Sound Bar. Sound Sync Wireless uses Bluetooth to minimise cabling clutter around your entertainment area, and gives you greater freedom of placement.

Stream music from your smartphone

Enjoy your favourite songs with big sounds and enhance audio quality – Bluetooth allows you to stream music from your smartphone or tablet to the SH2. It's a great feature for sharing with friends and family, livening up a social gathering or simply relaxing with a great album in the comfort of your living room.

Use your TV remote

The LG SH2 Sound Bar can be controlled with the TV remote from eight leading manufacturers, making it more convenient to adjust essential functions. If you've got a compatible TV, you won't have to switch remotes as often, making for a smoother entertainment experience.

Don't forget your HDMI cables

Check out our range of HDMI cables to connect your input devices and to make sure your new [home cinema system/sound bar] works perfectly, with improved transfer speeds. Look out for the Sandstrom Silver Series HDMI cables with their lifetime warranty.

An optical port allows for a stable connection with your TV, and there are USB and 3.5 mm ports for connecting memory sticks and external devices like MP3 players.


100w is low


100w is low

Not when your £800 TV only has 20w, its all relative I suppose!
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