Soundbar deal: save £30 on the Roku Streambar for a limited time only

Soundbar deal: save £30 on the Roku Streambar
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On the hunt for a cheap soundbar deal? You're in luck – Roku has just chopped £30 off (opens in new tab) the price of its all-in-one soundbar with 4K streaming smarts. Normally £129.99, the Roku Streambar has dropped to £99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) and a handful of other retailers.

In our review, we said the Roku Streambar delivered "direct, well-projected sound" and had a "great feature list". If you've got an older TV, it makes a lot of sense.

Roku Streambar deal

Roku Streambar streaming soundbar £ (opens in new tab)

Roku Streambar streaming soundbar £130 £99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Roku's one-box streamer/soundbar solution connects to your TV via HDMI and at this price is a great way to level up your TV's sound and add a wealth of streaming services at the same time.

The Roku Streambar is billed as a "two-in-one entertainment upgrade that adds 4K HDR streaming and cinematic sound to any TV". Essentially, it's a streaming stick and soundbar combined, and at 35cm long and 6cm high it's small enough to fit under most TVs.

Under the sleek hood, there's a 1.9-in full-range quad driver setup, with two speakers angled forward and two angled outward for a more immersive sound experience.

You simply plug it into your TV's HDMI socket. It comes with a voice remote too, and Bluetooth – so you can also stream music from your phone to it.

The Roku TV platform offers access to several subscription services including, but not limited to, NetflixAmazon Prime VideoDisney+, Apple TV, Spotify and Now TV. Roku also provides access to over 10,000 films and TV episodes courtesy of its (free) Roku Channel.

Fancy snapping up a Roku Streambar for a penny under £100? You can find the discount at Amazon (opens in new tab) and Currys PC World (opens in new tab) now (Argos (opens in new tab) is set to follow suit soon).

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