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Can you get a superb soundbar for under £250?

You shouldn’t have to dig too deep into your pockets for an excellent sound bar that brings movies, TV and music to life. But the market is bursting with different...

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Recent sound bar tests uncover three new Best Buys – plus a very expensive Don’t Buy

Paying a premium for a sound bar doesn’t always guarantee you the best sound. Which? has revealed Don’t Buys costing hundreds of pounds, along with Best Buys costing less than...

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Latest Which? sound bar tests reveal a Best Buy and three Don’t Buys

We've tested the latest sound bars from JVC, JBL, LG, Samsung and Sony to find out which ones are worth your money and explain what Dolby Atmos is.

Sound bars from Samsung, LG and Sony take on tough new Which? audio tests

Brand-new sound bars tackle Which?'s latest audio test. We take you through the models to watch this year.

Get your TV match-fit for the 2018 World Cup

Whether you're buying a brand new TV for the World Cup, or you just want to get the most out of the one you've already got, a few tweaks to the picture settings can make all the difference.

Sound bars more popular than ever – what to expect in 2018

What to expect from sound bars in 2018 from Samsung, Sony and Panasonic

Which? tests reveal three Don’t Buy sound bars

Results from our latest lab tests show poor-quality sound bars still lurking at big retailers. External TV speakers continue to be a popular purchase among home cinema fans, and big...

Top 10 most popular products on Which.co.uk in December 2017

December saw the Samsung UE50MU6120 TV become the most sought after product on which.co.uk, with its matching Samsung HW-M360 sound bar in second place.

Which? reveals Don’t Buy sound bar from a familiar brand

The sound bar shelf is a market full of red herrings and jargon, and simply plucking one you like the look of from your local retailer can often be a mistake. Our latest tests confirm that it pays to do a little research.

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