Bose Solo 5 soundbar gets tasty discount in the 48-hour Amazon sale

You can save £50 on the Bose Solo 5 soundbar in the Early Access Prime Day sales
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This Bose Solo 5 deal has now ended, but there are still handfuls of the best tech deals from the Prime Day sale still live.

It's not just Christmas that seems to arrive prematurely each year. Deals for Amazon's Early Access Prime Day (aka early Black Friday) have landed, and there are some hefty discounts already, including this big 24% saving on the Bose Solo 5 soundbar. Previously £209.65, the Solo 5 is now just £160 (opens in new tab).

The Solo 5 is designed to give you better sound than your TV can do on its own and has wireless Bluetooth connectivity and bass control for adding a bit of extra punch to movies. 

Bose Solo 5 soundbar with Bluetooth £209.65 (opens in new tab)

Bose Solo 5 soundbar with Bluetooth £209.65 £160 at Amazon
(opens in new tab)At just 55cm wide, the Bose Solo 5 is compact enough slot in front of any TV. It's easy to use and projects dialogue with confidence and clarity. The universal remote is a nice touch, too. A step up from your TVs sound at a bargain price.

The Bose Solo 5 is a simple and affordable way to upgrade your TV's speakers and features wireless Bluetooth connectivity for streaming music from a phone or laptop. 

Set-up is a breeze, and it can be wall-mounted or placed on a TV stand. Connections come in the form of optical or coaxial digital cable. And there's the added bonus if a universal remote control that allows you to command your TV speaker, Bluetooth devices and more.

Voices are projected well and the overall presentation is surprisingly full-bodied for the size. If you're set on an entry-level soundbar, the £160 (opens in new tab) Bose Solo 5 could be just the ticket. 

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Mary is a staff writer at What Hi-Fi? and has over a decade of experience working as a sound engineer mixing live events, music and theatre. Her mixing credits include productions at The National Theatre and in the West End, as well as original musicals composed by Mark Knopfler, Tori Amos, Guy Chambers, Howard Goodall and Dan Gillespie Sells.