We had high hopes for the Philips Fidelio B1.
The tiny soundbar with wireless subwoofer is designed for small rooms and small TVs, and it seems like the perfect antidote to the long, bulky soundbars taking up space both in the market, and in front of our TVs. But its sound quality doesn’t justify that high price.
At £450/$675, it has to beat the Award-winning Q Acoustics Media 4 (which is our recommendation at £330/$495) and, considering the B1’s form, it also has to be better value than the £200/$300 Acoustic Energy Aego Soundbar, which is similarly designed for small spaces.
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