This exceptionally good mid-range soundbar is available with a £110 discount at, appropriately enough, Exceptional AV and we're wondering if the retailer has made a mistake, so don't hang about. You can now pick it up for £539 in a choice of three colours.
There are four 9cm aluminium mid/bass drivers and four 11.5cm steel passive radiators crammed into this very stylish soundbar, and two 21mm soft-dome high-frequency units here too.
Around the back is a single HDMI ARC, for connection straight to your TV, as well optical inputs and a 3.5mm aux-in. It also supports Google Chromecast Audio if you insert the dongle but even without there's Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX playback for your streaming needs.
Those looking for Dolby Atmos, or any other kind of advanced audio decoding, should probably look elsewhere. Its spatial abilities are strong even without 3D trickery, but it's the great clarity with voices and the soundtrack where it really sings. It's sonically superior to all of its similarly priced rivals with the kind of crisp, dynamic audio that's far beyond what you’ll get from your flat panel TV.
It's obvious why there have been no discounts to date on this previous What Hi-Fi? Award-winner. It can only be the more fancy pants, fully-featured Sonos Arc that's caused the upset. That, or it's a mistake.
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