|Price incl. VAT||£245.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£204.92|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £24.59 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £12.30 Possibility to return products within two months||
Do you want more sound administration which gives the TV, but you do not want to take a home theater that would help in the living room occupy much space? With a sleek new design oundBar deltovitého SC-HTB685EGK Panasonic also represents deální compromise. It fits easily under a TV or it can be mounted directly on the wall. It does not take much space, but also provide sufficient power and superior sound that moves your sound experience when watching movies a few rungs higher than the speakers built into the TV.
Despite its compact dimensions, this kit boasts a total output of 350 W. Three independent speakers hidden at the tender flesh with powerful wireless subwoofer fills your living room with a clean, rich and full sound that immerses you into the world of the projected film. Despite its small size, the wireless subwoofer will surprise you with their full and strong bass. These are guaranteed by placing the loudspeaker in the direction towards the floor. TV, Blu-Ray or DVD player is connected to the SoundBar with an HDMI cable.Among the supported audio formats surely appreciate and DTS Digital Surround or Dolby Pro Logic II. In order not to dialogues between the characters in the film drowned out by ambient sounds, the system also has a feature highlighting dialogues.
Who would want in an era of wireless transmission bother with cables? He asked himself this question as well as producers and as a response to the owner of the sound system equipped SoundBar NFC and Bluetooth. These interfaces serve well to wirelessly play your favorite music from mobile phones, tablets and computers.
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