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As high-tech as some TVs may be, many still lack sound. Adding soundbars to your home theater system can change the game, but not only are many soundbars expensive, but it can also be difficult to find the right one for your setup. Vizio makes several soundbars and is one of its highest end Height 5.1.4 The model, when you use the code, sells for $ 779 at WellBots ENGADGET22 At checkout. While not the all-time low, it deals on the soundbar we saw at Amazon last month for $ 20.
The kicker of this soundbar is the many speakers inside the body that rotate upwards whenever you play Dolby Atmos or DTS: X content. This enhances the vertical audio experience while being the most important. The entire system has 18 speakers including a wireless subwoofer and two satellite surround speakers that you can place anywhere in the room. Apart from two HDMI ports, the bar also has built-in Chromecast and Bluetooth support so you can connect other devices to it to play content.
While Vizio claims that the Elevate soundbar works “basically” with its OLED TVs, it works fine with any other TV, too. It comes with a backlit display remote, but you can also use Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant to control it with your voice. Now, you can opt for a cheap soundbar to save even more money – Vizio also makes some decent choices. Less than $ 100 – But this is the best selling on the upgraded Elevate model we’ve seen since Black Friday last year.
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