The best Cyber Week soundbar deals for 2020

Cyber Monday has been and gone, but the good news is that there are still a few last-minute Cyber Week deals you can get your hands on. If you were busy on Cyber Monday, you won’t want to miss out on these amazing soundbar deals still available. Right now, you can get heavy discounts on soundbars from some of the best brands on the market, like Yamaha, Bose, Samsung, Vizio, and many more.

A good soundbar can totally revolutionize your home theater system. Whether you’re an avid gamer, a die-hard music fan, or just someone who wants to fully enjoy their favorite films and shows with the lushest and most accurate sound, a soundbar is a must-have to complete your media experience. But you’ll want to shop early if you want your soundbar to arrive by Christmas and the holidays. It’s only a matter of time until those delivery dates stretch until late December and early 2021. To make sure you get the soundbar you want, when you want it, get shopping now!

Apart from scoring a great soundbar, you might also want to get a TV that goes along with it. Make sure to check out these Cyber Week TV deals still available to find your match.

Best Cyber Week soundbar deals today

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TCL Alto 8+ 2.1 Channel Sound Bar with Built-In Subwoofer – Fire TV Edition

$100 $200
Realize cinematic audio from your TV with this TCL soundbar. It's integrated with a Fire TV 4K media player, offering a complete streaming experience.
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LG SL4Y 2.1 Soundbar System

$120 $280
Groove to the rhythm of the night with the LG SL4Y soundbar system, capable of pumping out powerful beats without compromising sound quality for its heart-pumping bass.
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TCL Alto 7+ 2.1 Soundbar System

$129 $250
As the most powerful soundbar system in the TCL Alto series to date, the Alto 7+ soundbar system still manages to stick to a generous budget while providing crisp sound you won't find lacking.
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LG 2.1 Channel 160W Soundbar

$100 $177
Enjoy cinematic sound at an affordable price with this LG 2.1-channel soundbar, complete with wireless subwoofer, to give anything you watch the auditory boom it deserves.
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VIZIO 5.1 Sound Bar with Slim Wireless Subwoofer

$250 $272
Vizio is the king of soundbar value and this 5.1 system is a great deal. With a subwoofer so thin you can hide it under your couch and support for DTS Virtual:X, this is the upgrade your TV deserves.
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Samsung HW-Q70T 3.1.2 Soundbar System

$398 $700
For truly immersive listening, the 3.1.2-channel Samsung HW-Q70T soundbar is a state-of-the-art machine that will elevate your movies and games into a revolutionary auditory experience.
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LG SN9YG 5.1.2 Soundbar System

$700 $1,000
Capable of dishing out robust beats, comparable to the Samsung Harman Kardon's, the LG SN9YG soundbar system is equipped with Dolby Atmos and Google Assistant for everything your home theater needs.
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Yamaha YAS-109 Soundbar

$180 $210
With built-in Alexa, subwoofers, and Bluetooth, the Yamaha YAS-109 soundbar has everything you need in one sleek and slim package, also equipped with DTS Virtual 3D surround sound.
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JBL Bar 2.0 Soundbar

$150 $236
Enjoy excellent surround sound with the JBL Bar 2.0-channel soundbar, ready to work on any compatible device and provide you with excellent audio quality no matter what you're listening to.
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Samsung HW-S40T 2.0 Soundbar

$160 $180
Elevate your casual music listening with the Samsung HW-S40T soundbar, designed with a dedicated music mode that optimizes output to any song's genre for a truly one-of-a-kind concert-for-one.
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LG SN11RG 7.1.4 Soundbar System

$1,300 $1,700
Transform your home theater into an auditory haven with the 7.1.4-channel LG SN11RG soundbar system, with more next-level features than a hardcore audiophile would know what to do with.
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Samsung HW-T450 2.1 Soundbar System

$148 $200
Samsung has never disappointed, and their HW-T450 soundbar is no different. With two channels and a wireless subwoofer, this soundbar system is ready to turn movie nights into a director's delight.
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Insignia 2.1-Channel Soundbar (NS-SBAR21F20)

$70 $150
Upgrade your TV's audio with this Insignia soundbar. It has 80 watts of output power that ensure dynamic audio, complete with a wireless subwoofer for a thumping bass response.

How to choose a soundbar

There’s no shortage of soundbar deals available. In fact, the problem today, if there is one when it comes to your shopping experience, is just how to choose the right one for you. But fear not, Digital Trends has your back. We’ve compiled our list of best soundbars for 2020, which you can use to help you select the very best kind to buy. Overall, when it comes to bang for your buck, we like the Sonos Arc, which combines the very best of the legendary Sonos functionality and that truly untouchable Dolby Atmos sound. We love how totally easy it is to set up and to use, right out of the box. The sound quality is frankly great and it seamlessly incorporates itself into your Sonos configuration. And on top of all this, not only does the Arc apply up-firing drivers to re-create Dolby Atmos sound, it can be combined with other Sonos speakers to create a full 5.1.2 surround-sound configuration.

But because not everyone is as besotted with Sonos as we are, we need to explore some other options. Want some versatility, not just for your soundbar but for your dollar? Look no further than the Yamaha YAS-209. It’s inexpensive; it has voice control options (it has Alexa built-in); it connects to everything; what else do you want? Now, if you’re open to a single-speaker soundbar (and you should be), and you can afford to spend a lot more there’s the Sennheiser Ambeo; its acorn-to-oak Ambeo technology creates a magnificent swell of Atmos sound. Additionally, it offers three HDMI inputs bearing the latest in eARC technology, which support all major HDR formats. If your concern is less sound for visual entertainment and more music, we heartily recommend the Bose Soundbar 700; it provides incredible depth to your favorite music and can compete with Sonos. Finally, if your concern is something that will mix seamlessly with your virtual assistants, like Alexa and Google, look to the Bose Smart Soundbar 300; what it lacks in power, it makes up for with convenience.

How much should you spend on a soundbar?

Soundbars are generally a more affordable alternative to fancy speaker systems. Still, there is a range of prices available depending on what features you want and how discerning you are when it comes to audio quality. For a cheap soundbar, for example, to use in a kitchen or to simply improve the sound from a TV you use occasionally, you can find plenty of options in the $100 to $200 range, with some available even cheaper than that. But if you want a fantastic audio experience for a home theater system, you could spend up to $500 or more for a high-end soundbar.

Are any soundbar deals too good to be true?

When you’re browsing online, you might be tempted to quickly grab the cheapest soundbar deal you can find. But you should be careful when shopping Cyber Week sales. You’ll want to do some research to ensure you’re buying a good quality product from a reputable retailer, in order to make sure you’ll be happy with your soundbar once it arrives.

That’s why we only recommend deals from well-known retailers who you can trust to send you a good quality product. Some retailers will try to rush you into a decision with techniques like ticking countdown clocks on their websites, but don’t let these gimmicks push you into making a decision before you’re ready. Take your time, check out your options, and feel good about the product you decide to buy.

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