Update (9/20 4:00pm): The Logitech 5.1-Ch. system has raised in price.
Although our HDTVs have continued to evolve and advance, one area that has lacked attention is audio. Simply put, those little 4W speakers aren’t doing the job. We found two deals this morning that will help remedy the situation without the hassle of a complex install.
Amazon offers the Sony 2.1-Ch. TV Base Speaker System with Built-in Subwoofer (model HTXT1) for $169.99 shipped. It has a list price of $300 (which it still sells for at Best Buy) but usually goes for around $250. Today’s deal is the Amazon all-time low price. This is a full-featured speaker system with three HDMI inputs (one out), optical and analog plus Bluetooth. It has a built-in subwoofer and can push 170W of power. Over 500 Amazon customers have left a 4.4/5 star rating.
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Logitech’s Z906 500W 5.1-Ch. Surround Sound System for $217 shipped. That’s down from the original MSRP of $400, $163 less than B&H and the lowest that Amazon has ever sold it for. Logitech’s powerful 5.1-Ch. system include four satellite speakers, one center speaker and a side-firing subwoofer. It’s loaded with inputs, too: two digital optical, one coax, six-channel direct, RÇA and 3.5mm. Full Dolby certification and a massive 1000W of power round out its features. Rated 4.5/5 stars by over 550 Amazon customers.
Enhance your TV experience with this elegant, easy to use 170 watt(1) 2.1 channel integrated surround sound system. Simply connect your TV and HD devices with HDMI (3) or stream music wirelessly via Bluetooth and NFC(4). The elevated chassis design features dual, down-firing subwoofers for solid bass response while even supporting TVs up to 66 lb. The HT-XT1 is designed to complement your TV and your living space without being obtrusive. Less than 3” tall and intended for televisions ranging in size from 32 – 55”, it’s even capable of supporting loads up to 66 pounds (max.). The top surface is finished in tempered glass to provide a beautiful, durable and stable surface for your TV.
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