Whether you want a soundbar or soundbase, it's an easy way to boost your TV's sound performance without cluttering your lounge with speakers.
Premium TV speakers will offer pseudo surround sound and even support for next-generation Dolby Atmos sound. Here's our pick of the best cheap prices on soundbars.
If you want a soundbar but are struggling for space, the Sonos Beam is a brilliant option. It has an HDMI input, plus all the multi-room smarts you'd expect from a Sonos wireless speaker. It sounds the business too. Now available for £329 at Sevenoaks and other retailers.View Deal
This Award-winning Dolby Atmos Sony soundbar can now be had with a saving of over £500. It produces a seriously accomplished sound and does a great job of immersing the viewer in the action. At this price, it's well worth an audition and boasts three HDMI inputs for all your 4K and HD sources.View Deal
Save £40 on this simple Sony soundbar to boost your TV's sound. Better audio is a bonus and you also get wireless Bluetooth connectivity so you can stream music from a phone or tablet.View Deal
The LG SK4D has been dropped by a massive £170 meaning you can get a great 2.1 system with dedicated subwoofer at a fantastic price. The 300W of power combined with adaptive audio should enhance any movie to make it that much more cinematic. Then afterwards Bluetooth connect your phone to rock out, loud.View Deal
Save £50 on this 80W wireless soundbar that offers a discreet design in an attempt to boost your TVs audio. High-res audio support, HDMI, Optical and Bluetooth support all add to the fantastic value this deal offers.View Deal
This soundbar offers bigger sound for your TV as well as NFC and aptX Bluetooth connectivity for streaming lossless music from your phone. Save £70 but get 80W of sound and Balance Mode Radiator speaker tech to help fill your room with sound.View Deal
Alexa voice control in a soundbar? Sounds pretty nifty to us. Like the Sonos Beam, this Polk soundbar can be controlled using your voice. You can ask Alexa the time or weather, or to set an alarm or turn the lights off. Voice commands can also, say, change volume, sound modes and source selection on the bar itself.View Deal
Despite its slender profile this powerful soundbar crams in nine speakers and enhanced audio and clearer dialogue when watching via a connected TV. The sub is built-in, keeping boxes to a minimum. The Samsung supports high-res audio and Bluetooth and comes with a nine month Deezer Premium subscription. On paper it's a great deal with that £390.99 saving.View Deal
This Sony soundbar delivers 7.1.2 surround sound virtualised from the soundbar and sub alone. That means an immersive room-filling audio experience and at a saving of £110.99.View Deal
LG's high-tech SK8 packs in Dolby Atmos tech in a 2.1ch soundbar, in an attempt to deliver more immersive sound from your movies. The LG also boasts support for hi-res audio, Chromecast, Bluetooth a HDMI input and also comes with its own wireless subwoofer. View Deal
If you haven't got space for a full Dolby Atmos surround package, this Sony soundbar gives you a taste of the tech in a smaller set-up. It does a very decent job of immersing you in the action despite just being just a 3.1 channel design. 4K HDR support, twin HDMI inputs and Bluetooth connectivity come as standard. View Deal
This soundbar and sub setup has dropped by £180 making this high-end system more affordable. 4K HDMI support and 9 powerful drivers promise a super cinema experience. You also get Wi-Fi and Bluetooth streaming and the HEOS control app. View Deal