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Hisense HS205 2.0ch 60W Soundbar w/ Bluetooth

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Amazon has Hisense HS205 2.0ch 60W Soundbar w/ Bluetooth on sale for $49. Shipping is free.

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About this Item:
  • Enjoy Better Tv Sound: Easy to place and connect to your television, the Hisense H205 is a soundbar that improves your TV sound experience and is perfect for TV's 32" or larger. Instead of just hearing the scene, you're transported into it.
  • Roku TV Ready: As Roku TV Ready device, the Hisense HS205 Soundbar is fully compatible with any Roku Tv through the HDMI (ARC) connection. You can even use the Roku Tv remote to control both the Tv and soundbar for easier setup and better navigation experience.
  • Easy Connectivity: With HDMI (ARC), the Hisense HS205 can connect to your TV through a single HDMI cable (included), connect wirelessly via Bluetooth, and control both with one remote. You'll be enjoying better TV sound in minutes.
  • Wireless Music Streaming: The compact and elegant all-in-one design with built-in subwoofer will easily fit your living room, bedroom, or family room space. You won't need to find a space for a big sub and still get big sound.
  • Simple, Compact Design: The HS205 includes Bluetooth technology for easy wireless connections to smart device. Enjoy music from your smartphone, tablet or laptop.
  • Quick Touch EQ Modes: Get the best audio performance from music, movies, and news with a simple touch of the remote with multiple preset EQ settings.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2.0 Ch 60W Hisense Sound Bar (Model: HS205, Roku TV ready, Bluetooth, HDMI ARC/Optical/AUX/USB, 3 EQ Modes) on sale for $49. Shipping is free.

Features as listed on Product Page:
  • Includes the Hisense 205 Sound Bar, HDMI cable, optical cable, and a wall mounting kit
  • Fully compatible with any Roku Tv through the HDMI (ARC) connection
  • Can connect to your TV through a single HDMI cable (included), connect wirelessly via Bluetooth, and control both with one remote
  • Wireless Music Streaming
  • Simple, Compact Design
  • Quick Touch EQ Modes: Get the best audio performance from music, movies, and news with a simple touch of the remote with multiple preset EQ settings
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Most budget TVs come with 16W speakers. So 60W is a significant upgrade.
Too bad you're all alone....
Bam!
For one it's 60W output instead of the 2x8W stereo configuration of most Hisense and TCL tv's.

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How is this in anyway better than the speakers already in the TV? I guess good for a Hisense TV with faulty speakers.
For one it's 60W output instead of the 2x8W stereo configuration of most Hisense and TCL tv's.
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How is this in anyway better than the speakers already in the TV? I guess good for a Hisense TV with faulty speakers.
Most budget TVs come with 16W speakers. So 60W is a significant upgrade.
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How is this in anyway better than the speakers already in the TV? I guess good for a Hisense TV with faulty speakers.
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Most budget TVs come with 16W speakers. So 60W is a significant upgrade.
Even OLED TVs dont come with >20W speakers
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Even OLED TVs dont come with >20W speakers
which is kinda common sense due they try to make the displays as thin as possible
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How is this in anyway better than the speakers already in the TV? I guess good for a Hisense TV with faulty speakers.
Most TVs have the speakers facing away down or backwards. Just having speakers that face you is a big upgrade. Not to mention what others have mentioned already in terms of speaker size and power.

It really depends on what you want/need. If your TV speakers are already good or good enough for you, then you're all set. If you want a decent upgrade, get a soundbar. If you want a huge (but fussier) upgrade, get proper speakers and a receiver.
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Hey I "hear" you guys loud and clear but power alone does not mean better sound. I have heard cheap TV sound and cheap soundbar sound and they are usually not far from each other in terms of quality. I guess we can all agree that this is not for audiophiles :-)
I would say go for the splurge on the soundbar. It would be worth it to pay even 4x this price to get something decent since you can use it for music and any other TV you might get in the future.
But of course to each their own.
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Most budget TVs come with 16W speakers. So 60W is a significant upgrade.
I just use Bluetooth headphones for my Hisense TV the sound is right there bam
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How would this be for a computer setup? Worth it? Overkill?
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I just use Bluetooth headphones for my Hisense TV the sound is right there bam
Too bad you're all alone....
Bam!
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Hey I "hear" you guys loud and clear but power alone does not mean better sound. I have heard cheap TV sound and cheap soundbar sound and they are usually not far from each other in terms of quality. I guess we can all agree that this is not for audiophiles :-)
I would say go for the splurge on the soundbar. It would be worth it to pay even 4x this price to get something decent since you can use it for music and any other TV you might get in the future.
But of course to each their own.
I think you asked your first question purposely to light up the comment section so that you can come up with your second advice!
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Hahaha
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How would this be for a computer setup? Worth it? Overkill?
Planning to use this as TV and desktop speakers as well.
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