Sony HTCT60BT Soundbar and subwoofer with Bluetooth/NFC function £93.99 delivered @ Electricshop
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Sony HTCT60BT Soundbar and subwoofer with Bluetooth/NFC function £93.99 delivered @ Electricshop

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Found 4th Oct 2014
Excellent price for the Bluetooth version. Great reviews too (check previous deals)

The HTCT60BT 2.1 channel soundbar is comes in a striking hexagonal construction, and is a perfect match for your HD TV, as well as having Bluetooth and NFC capability for wireless playback.
The soundbar combined with the compact subwoofer produces 60W of power, to provide you with a rich, all-encompassing sound with absolute clarity - all in its discrete size.

Dolby Digital audio further heightens the sonic immersion of the home cinema experience.

For playback from your Smartphone or other device, you can connect wirelessly with Bluetooth via NFC. An NFC enabled device means you only have to touch it to designated spot on the soundbar for instant pairing, so you can enjoy your music in optimal, fully immersive quality.

Added flexibility in installation is provided with the holes on the back of the soundbar for the ability to mount it on the wall.

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.

34 Comments

£109.95 in John Lewis with a 3 year warranty. This is a good deal op but a lot of our members like the idea of peace of mind for a while longer.£79.99 for extended warranty on your deal.
Edited by: "chrsinne" 4th Oct 2014

chrsinne

£109.95 in John Lewis with a 3 year warranty. This is a good deal op but … £109.95 in John Lewis with a 3 year warranty. This is a good deal op but a lot of our members like the idea of peace of mind for a while longer.£79.99 for extended warranty on your deal.


And a lot of members only care about paying the cheapest possible price. Heat

or get JL to pricematch.

Nicko1387

And a lot of members only care about paying the cheapest possible price. … And a lot of members only care about paying the cheapest possible price. Heat


I gave heat too, take it you didn't appreciate my comment.

chrsinne

I gave heat too, take it you didn't appreciate my comment.



No, sorry

Sainsbury in store have these for £99 + Nector points, had them in St Albans on Friday, easier to price match with John Lewis in Watford as its local shop and not online.

Going to look tomorrow

£99 in asda too instore

Speculator

or get JL to pricematch.



I just submitted a request.. wonder if they will

£87.32 from Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00I98DHW8/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new

chrsinne

£109.95 in John Lewis with a 3 year warranty.



3 year warranty?

website is showing 2 years am i missing something?


johnlewis.com/son…153
Edited by: "phatbear" 4th Oct 2014

hammerspain

£87.32 from Amazon



£108

quite ugly

Nicko1387

£108



No. £87.32 delivered at Amazon.

....but can anyone comment on how good it is as I am thinking of buying a sound bar set up to go with my Panasonic TV. Thanks.

dodgyd

No. £87.32 delivered at Amazon.



I'm only seeing used ones near that price?

phatbear

3 year warranty?website is showing 2 years am i missing something?Did … 3 year warranty?website is showing 2 years am i missing something?Did show 3 years when I hit a link! Maybe it was an old one!http://www.johnlewis.com/sony-ht-ct60bt-2-1-bluetooth-sound-bar-with-nfc-subwoofer/p1219153

Highly recommended for it's excellent sound quality and it's sky remote compatible too

Nicko1387

I'm only seeing used ones near that price?



Maybe they sold out, earlier it looked like this:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/8667340/forums/sonysound%20bar.JPG

dodgyd

Maybe they sold out, earlier it looked like this:



That wasn't sold BY Amazon though was it?

ordered with Flubit at : You purchased 1 offer for £76.01 including delivery

the__cat

That wasn't sold BY Amazon though was it?



Are you having trouble seeing the picture or something? Seller is called stores20-22 and is selling under Amazon's regulations. You pay Amazon.

Reeferman

ordered with Flubit at : You purchased 1 offer for £76.01 including … ordered with Flubit at : You purchased 1 offer for £76.01 including delivery



is that compared with Amazon price of 108? might give it a shot myself

SolidWarrior

is that compared with Amazon price of 108? might give it a shot myself



sorry for the late reply yes thats correct

Reeferman

sorry for the late reply yes thats correct



thanks. gonna see if they'll give me anything similar

"comes in a striking hexagonal construction"
I.e they should have struck the designer over the head for coming up with the horrendous look.
Edited by: "Bigfootpete" 6th Oct 2014

dodgyd

Are you having trouble seeing the picture or something? Seller is called … Are you having trouble seeing the picture or something? Seller is called stores20-22 and is selling under Amazon's regulations. You pay Amazon.



I think you're struggling with the concept of having different sellers on Amazon. If it was sold by AMAZON it would say that the SELLER was AMAZON, not stores20-22.

Amazon Marketplace sellers sell their own goods, using Amazon as a shop-front. It's a simple concept, just like Ebay. You have to abide by Amazon's rules in order to sell via Marketplace, but you don't pay Amazon if the item is sold and fulfilled by the Marketplace seller directly.

I suggest you read this...

amazon.co.uk/gp/…040
Edited by: "the__cat" 6th Oct 2014

the__cat

I think you're struggling with the concept of having different sellers on … I think you're struggling with the concept of having different sellers on Amazon. If it was sold by AMAZON it would say that the SELLER was AMAZON, not stores20-22.Amazon Marketplace sellers sell their own goods, using Amazon as a shop-front. It's a simple concept, just like Ebay. You have to abide by Amazon's rules in order to sell via Marketplace, but you don't pay Amazon if the item is sold and fulfilled by the Marketplace seller directly.I suggest you read this...http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201460040



Not struggling with anything, mate. Calm down. The item was listed on Amazon for cheaper than someone was about to pay. That's what the site is about.

dodgyd

Not struggling with anything, mate. Calm down. The item was listed on … Not struggling with anything, mate. Calm down. The item was listed on Amazon for cheaper than someone was about to pay. That's what the site is about.



I'm calm mate... was just helping you to understand the difference between Amazon-sold items and Marketplace-sold items. You were wrong - take it on the chin. I was merely pointing out that the item was not sold by Amazon. Nothing else to see here... move along please.

The whole debate about who to buy it from was centred around the warranty, etc. I'm sure that a saving of a couple of quid by purchasing an item from a Marketplace seller might not be as appealing to some when you consider an extra years' warranty and reputation of the seller. I know what I'd do.

the__cat

I'm calm mate... was just helping you to understand the difference … I'm calm mate... was just helping you to understand the difference between Amazon-sold items and Marketplace-sold items. You were wrong - take it on the chin. I was merely pointing out that the item was not sold by Amazon. Nothing else to see here... move along please.The whole debate about who to buy it from was centred around the warranty, etc. I'm sure that a saving of a couple of quid by purchasing an item from a Marketplace seller might not be as appealing to some when you consider an extra years' warranty and reputation of the seller. I know what I'd do.



I was wrong? What are you talking about, is this what you're usually like on this site? Someone asked how to get the item for £87.32, I showed a screenshot to help explain, and you barge in getting all stroppy.

I merely showed a screenshot of an Amazon trader advertising the item for the requested price.

Get off your high horse FGS.

Just found a use for the ignore button, that might be a first on this site.

dodgyd

I was wrong? What are you talking about, is this what you're usually like … I was wrong? What are you talking about, is this what you're usually like on this site? Someone asked how to get the item for £87.32, I showed a screenshot to help explain, and you barge in getting all stroppy. I merely showed a screenshot of an Amazon trader advertising the item for the requested price.Get off your high horse FGS.



You were wrong when you said the item was sold BY Amazon. I subsequently questioned you about that bit... you remember, the bit where you said it was sold BY Amazon. It categorically and undeniably wasn't sold BY Amazon. That part IS important as it reflects the reputation of the seller and therefore was worth highlighting that Amazon themselves actually weren't selling the item at that price.

Ask for the opinion of other people here besides me... there is a BIG difference between sold by Amazon, and sold by an Amazon Marketplace seller.

While we're on the subject of getting all stroppy though... I seem to recall it was you that got stroppy.
"Are you having trouble seeing the picture or something?"

So, get of your high horse FGS.

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