Edifier CineSound B7 review

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Unlike children in the days of old, soundbars should be heard and not seen. Although in an ideal world, where tellies could somehow stuff beefy drivers into anorexic frames, we probably wouldn’t need them at all.

Edifier is clearly in agreement because despite its CineSound B7 comprising a metre-long bar and sizable external subwoofer, its minimalist aesthetic couldn’t be any more discreet.

Build and features

It’s certainly smart enough. Traditionally clothed and no chunkier than the giant Toblerones that you pick up at the airport duty-free shop, the sleek prism-shaped bar is simply garnished with just a small Edifier logo.

At one end, a panel features four buttons for changing power, input and volume – though that’s also where the flat, dinky remote comes in.

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