'Blows my TV speakers out of the water': Amazon shoppers love this $72 soundbar — and it's on sale right now

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Upgrade your home audio and save — you'll thank us later. (Photo: Amazon)
Upgrade your home audio and save — you'll thank us later. (Photo: Amazon)

It’s no secret that a great soundbar can majorly improve your TV-watching game. But you shouldn’t have to pay hundreds of dollars to upgrade your home audio when you just spent a pretty penny on a new TV.

Enter the Wohome TV Soundbar, an excellent option that’s on sale for just $72, or $18 off, with on-page coupon at Amazon. That’s a 20 percent savings and the all-time lowest price on this very popular TV soundbar. In fact, it's so popular that it has earned a five-star rating from more than 1,200 reviewers. Can you hear me now?

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. If you don't, well, you can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

Here’s the lowdown:

Detailed audio

Usually going for $90, the TV soundbar features robust, crystal-clear audio with deep bass. It features two three-inch speakers and has 80 watts of power behind its audio output — compared to the measly 5-to-10-watt speakers that likely came with your TV.

The Wohome attaches to your TV via digital optical port, but it can also connect with RCA cables and a standard 3.5mm stereo jack. It even features Bluetooth 5.0, so you can sync your smartphone, tablet or laptop to it. Got a pair of Bluetooth headphones? You can pair them for private listening.

“Sound quality is great — fits perfectly on top of my 40-inch TV,” shared a very pleased Amazon shopper. “It comes with various cables for different audio outputs, while you can also plug in an USB drive to play music directly from the USB. I use it to play music from my phone via Bluetooth and use it as a stereo speaker for my TV.”

It even comes with a remote.

The Wohome's 80-watt sound kicks sand in the face of the 5-to-10-watt weakling that is your TV's factory-installed output. (Photo: Amazon)
The Wohome's 80-watt sound kicks sand in the face of the 5-to-10-watt weakling that is your TV's factory-installed output. (Photo: Amazon)

Sleek design

At 38 inches long, the Wohome sound bar is the ideal size for 40-to-60-inch TVs. Amazon reviewers are raving about it; some even say it rivals those from top-name brands.

“Wow, I'm very impressed with the quality of this sound bar at a sub-$100 price point. It blows my TV speakers out of the water and actually sounds better than my older $150 2.1 channel LG soundbar,” wrote a delighted five-star reviewer. “For what I was looking to achieve — great sound in my work office — this is pretty impressive. It's also nicely designed.”

It’s mountable too.

Visually speaking, sure, size matters...but this compact Wohome soundbar can stand up to the biggest of big-screen TVs. (Photo: Amazon)
Visually speaking, sure, size matters...but this compact Wohome soundbar can stand up to the biggest of big-screen TVs. (Photo: Amazon)

Bottom line

At $72 with on-page coupon (was $90), this Wohome TV Sound Bar is a great way to upgrade your home audio on the cheap without sacrificing high quality and sleek design.

“I love how it gives me the option to hook it up to my TV and play music through my phone,” added another five-star Amazon reviewer. “It was fairly easy to set up and the sound is crisp. And as someone who is lazy, I really appreciate the remote control that comes with it.”

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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