It’s time to upgrade your TV-viewing experience because Amazon is having a sale on the Bose SoundTouch 300 sound bar. The sleek Alexa-enabled system is just $499 (was $699) and we have a feeling it won’t last much longer.
“It's like sitting in a movie theatre,” raved one 5-star reviewer, who says they listen to music on it and got the sound bar to replace a “large cumbersome space hog system of receiver, speakers and subwoofer.”
The wireless Bose SoundTouch 300 sound bar features a slim, glass top design that fits in with any home decor — but of course, the technology really blows shoppers away. Its low, 4-inch profile delivers big sound and the Quiet Port technology eliminates distortion, allowing the bass to come though without the need for a subwoofer.
“Bose already has a reputation for excellent sound, but this sound bar definitely take things to a higher level,” explained one enthusiastic reviewer. “There’s a LOT of new driver technology being used in this unit! The surround effect is amazing and the overall frequency response is beyond the size of the unit.”
Reviewers also praise the easy setup and the ability to control the sound bar and stream music from their phone.
“The unit is very easy to set-up and operate. I love that it has a HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel) and 4K pass-through for easy hook-up to 4K televisions. There’s also Optical Out if needed,” added the same reviewer. “Also, there’s a calibration device (ADAPTiQ) that can be worn and will calibrate the unit to work flawlessly with your room’s dimensions and acoustical properties.”
Bottom line, said the audiophile: “Please do yourself a favor and give this unit a listen if you’re in the market for a fantastic sound bar! The price may seem high, but the build and technology is worth every penny.”
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