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Having trouble hearing your TV? This soundbar enhances dialogue — and it's nearly 60% off

·3 min read

If you have to turn on closed captioning, find yourself constantly muttering "What did that guy just say?" or tend to rewind in 10-second bursts just to catch the dialogue, you might need a soundbar in your life. A soundbar is a simple add-on to your entertainment system, but it elevates your audio profoundly. And right now, HSN is offering an incredible deal: The ZVOX AV355 AccuVoice Soundbar with Virtual Subwoofer, available in black, bronze or graphite, is on sale for just $130 — an unheard of $181 off the original price of $311 (when purchased separately)! This baby will blend seamlessly into your living room (or any room) and deliver crisper-than-ever dialogue...not to mention theater-quality bombast during action movies.

HSN

ZVOX AccuVoice AV355 Soundbar with Virtual Subwoofer

$130$311Save $181
$130 at HSN

Now hear this: This soundbar with virtual subwoofer makes voices clearer and separates them from the soundtrack or other background noise.

Don’t want to pay all in one go? Opt for three Flex Play installments of just $43 instead. Plus, if you’re a first-time HSN shopper, you can grab an extra $20 off a purchase of $40 or more with code HSN2022.

Now’s the time to take the plunge and pump up the volume.

Delivering twelve levels of voice control, it exceeds the limits of all other options in its price range (this top-rated TCL Alto, for example, offers only three levels...and costs waaay more).

TV with bronze soundbar shown below it
The ZVOX AV355 is the best audio-enhancement deal out there, "bar" none. (Photo: HSN)

Want details? The ZVOX AV355 AccuVoice Soundbar with Virtual Subwoofer — which is 24-inches wide — uses special hearing-aid technology to enhance on-screen dialogue; this means you’ll get crystal clear conversation without having to crank the TV’s volume super loud. Voices come through sharp and detailed, while other sounds hover at a just-right level.

And we've all been in that situation where a commercial comes on and seems ten times louder than the show you were watching and makes you jump right out of your chair. This puppy's Output Leveling feature prevents that jolt of noise, while the smart processor manipulates sound as you flip channels to avoid those jarring moments altogether.

Take it from these happy customers:

"I had struggled to hear some of the TV dialogs unless I had the volume of my older sound system up to the point where it could be heard in the entire house," shares one. "After an easy, straightforward installation of the ZVOX system I was able to clearly hear without the excessive volume. Great product. Well worth it!"

Another adds, "I'm grateful ZVOX came up with a low profile model. All the others blocked the remote sensor on the tv. As for sound, it definitely helps these old ears understand dialog."

And when you really want to crank it up, you can; your new ZVOX Soundbar features three levels of 3D theater–like audio to boost music, background effects and overall sound design (think virtual surround sound). Plus, this machine can be connected to your Amazon Echo products to achieve super-clear voices from those as well.

Setting up your new ZVOX Soundbar is easy. Just plug it into your TV’s RCA or optical digital port (TOSLINK) and you’re good to go. So listen up: Get yours for a whopping $181 off while you still can!

HSN

ZVOX AccuVoice AV355 Soundbar with Virtual Subwoofer

$130$311Save $181
$130 at HSN

Now hear this: This soundbar with virtual subwoofer makes voices clearer and separates them from the soundtrack or other background noise.

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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