Sony 2.1ch Sound Bar with Subwoofer, NFC, Bluetooth, USB, 80W £69 @ Sony Refurb Outlet
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Sony 2.1ch Sound Bar with Subwoofer, NFC, Bluetooth, USB, 80W £69 @ Sony Refurb Outlet

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Found 12th Sep 2015
Seems an ok price for a Sony Bluetooth sound bar with sub. Still over £100 new elsewhere as far as I can see.

S-Master digital amplifier for pure sound quality
• Great-sounding music in one step with ClearAudio+
• Easy Bluetooth connectivity with NFC One-touch
• Virtual surround sound creates cinematic audio
• USB Playback for music

Links rarely work for the Sony outlet, so you might need to click through to the main site and find it there.

outlet.sony.co.uk/
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Aaronnnn

Links not valid



Yeah, for some reason direct links to the Sony refurb products dont seem to work in the main link. Just try the normal outlet link and it's easy enough to find it from there.
Aaronnnn

Links not valid



Both links in the comments work fine.
Nothing suggests that the remote control is included.
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quidstretchy

Nothing suggests that the remote control is included.



Apart from the spec page X)

Remote Commander: RMT-AH103U

Edited by: "topss" 12th Sep 2015
Good price for good kit. Heat added. Thank you op.
great price
cheers op
Unsecure link warning from google!!!!!
infiniti

Unsecure link warning from google!!!!!



​Yeah, I've got that too, must be an expired certificate. Tut Tut Sony!


infiniti

Unsecure link warning from google!!!!!

infiniti

Unsecure link warning from google!!!!!



Secured here.
Does this connect to Samsung TV?
pedd

​Yeah, I've got that too, must be an expired certificate. Tut Tut S … ​Yeah, I've got that too, must be an expired certificate. Tut Tut Sony!



​Cert isn't expired, just issued by a Comodo CA that isn't trusted by your device. Most likely the CA is new.
cruisecars

Does this connect to Samsung TV?



Yes.
pretty average reviews on john lewis. don't forget quidco.
pablomalin

pretty average reviews on john lewis. don't forget quidco.



4.5 stars from 416 reviews on Amazon, I think is more trustworthy than the snobby comments from JL shoppers.

amazon.co.uk/Son…V8O

Heat added BTW OP, many thanks for sharing!!
Edited by: "ChowYunFat" 12th Sep 2015
cruisecars

Does this connect to Samsung TV?


As replied already, yes. It will work with any TV that has an optical out, which is pretty much any TV of the past 10 years.

I owned this for a period, before passing it to a friend - Sony were giving these away for a couple of months with mid and upper tier Android TVs in June/July.

The sound great (relative to the TV speakers), but I got rid of mine because a) its optical connection, which is a very high audio fidelity connection, means yet another remote control (ie the TV remote will not work with it, unless i believe you use the old-style headphone type connection) and b) the subwoofer is wired, therefore has to be close and you have a trailing wire.
For some people, neither of the above issues are a concern, in which case this is a good product and a great price.
Edited by: "Msic" 12th Sep 2015
Right, the links dont work for me, and the "Go To Deal" button takes me to the outlet page, asks me for a country, then takes me to the sony.co.uk page?

Any easy way to find this?
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pgilc1

Right, the links dont work for me, and the "Go To Deal" button takes me … Right, the links dont work for me, and the "Go To Deal" button takes me to the outlet page, asks me for a country, then takes me to the sony.co.uk page?Any easy way to find this?



Once you select country, click the outlet link again. Sometimes it takes a couple of clicks before it takes you to the outlet.
topss

Once you select country, click the outlet link again. Sometimes it takes … Once you select country, click the outlet link again. Sometimes it takes a couple of clicks before it takes you to the outlet.



Ok, cool that worked. Searched for it, found it, bought it! Thank you and Thanks OP!
2nd link model no HTGTI is 5.1ch ?
Thanks for the deal, just bought one.. voted hot
why is every ruddy soundbar on here always wider than a 32" TV?

For TV's larger surely the majority of people who want to invest in improving their sound will do so with a surround set up or something better than a bar? Whereas, like me I really need to improve the clarity of the 32" in the bedroom so that voice scenes can be heard in the evening without constantly adjusting volume throughout. Must be a better demand there... for narrower bars?!
Links don't work
Superb, link worked for me. Cheers
maxcovergold

why is every ruddy soundbar on here always wider than a 32" TV? For TV's … why is every ruddy soundbar on here always wider than a 32" TV? For TV's larger surely the majority of people who want to invest in improving their sound will do so with a surround set up or something better than a bar? Whereas, like me I really need to improve the clarity of the 32" in the bedroom so that voice scenes can be heard in the evening without constantly adjusting volume throughout. Must be a better demand there... for narrower bars?!


OrbitSound do a few (also some bigger ones too).
Well reviewed, with some funky multi-channel stuff going on too.
Not cheap though - went to John Lewis, the demo guy (who seemed weirdly keen to push the volume up to upsetting levels) wanted to show off the new one, but it was £499 ( i think it was the A70).
The M9 is small - 30cm across.
TR review here. March 2013 review.
Google link to lots of other reviews (pretty much everyone liked it)
John Lewis M9, £249.
It's £237 at Amazon.


The M10 is 50cm across. TR review here. Sept 2014 review.
Amazon £219.

Seems a good deal. Good reviews on Amazon and a 12 month warranty. Thanks
Thanks :-)
maxcovergold

why is every ruddy soundbar on here always wider than a 32" TV?



the HT-GT1 is slightly smaller at 80cm in length, if that helps at all.
Msic

OrbitSound do a few (also some bigger ones too).Well reviewed, with some … OrbitSound do a few (also some bigger ones too).Well reviewed, with some funky multi-channel stuff going on too.Not cheap though - went to John Lewis, the demo guy (who seemed weirdly keen to push the volume up to upsetting levels) wanted to show off the new one, but it was £499 ( i think it was the A70).The M9 is small - 30cm across.TR review here. March 2013 review.Google link to lots of other reviews (pretty much everyone liked it)John Lewis M9, £249. It's £237 at Amazon. The M10 is 50cm across. TR review here. Sept 2014 review.Amazon £219.



Cheers for the link. But yeah, kind of my point being that there aren't enough at this size, meaning your basically doubling the price of the TV for a spare/bedroom. Annoying!
All about the "Sound" for me from an audiophile perspective .... rather like a larger & hopefully more dynamic JBL flip alternative .... albeit a non-portable Bluetooth streaming device .... the extra inputs & DSP type versatility being a bonus at a fabulous price. Their returns policy appears good too. Here's hoping!
Edited by: "SiliconGermanium" 13th Sep 2015
Heat i bought this as clearance for 85 quid and well worth it, great sound
TBH 80w is very underpowered
maxcovergold

why is every ruddy soundbar on here always wider than a 32" TV? For TV's … why is every ruddy soundbar on here always wider than a 32" TV? For TV's larger surely the majority of people who want to invest in improving their sound will do so with a surround set up or something better than a bar? Whereas, like me I really need to improve the clarity of the 32" in the bedroom so that voice scenes can be heard in the evening without constantly adjusting volume throughout. Must be a better demand there... for narrower bars?!



m.costco.co.uk/vie…596

this looks good for a smaller bar.
gadgetcake

TBH 80w is very underpowered


TBH, that comment is simply nonsense
mrew42

TBH, that comment is simply nonsense


And why is that? It's 80w total. I can't tell from the specs but that's likely 20w each front speaker and 40w for the sub, that is not exactly going to give much of punchy sound now is it?
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gadgetcake

And why is that? It's 80w total. I can't tell from the specs but that's … And why is that? It's 80w total. I can't tell from the specs but that's likely 20w each front speaker and 40w for the sub, that is not exactly going to give much of punchy sound now is it?



Underpowered compared to what? A 90w soundbar? It's there to replace your TV speakers not your amplifier.
Edited by: "topss" 13th Sep 2015
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