A budget soundbar that’s a step up from your TV’s speakers
Sony is behind some of the most impressive top-tier Dolby Atmos soundbars out there, but with the HT-SF150, the company is seeking to extend its form at the cheaper end of the soundbar market.
There’s little competition worth considering under £100 ($100, AU$200), or even double that, but given that almost all TVs, regardless of size, have lacklustre speakers hidden away in increasingly thinner frames, there’s good reason for soundbars offering a more engaging, enjoyable viewing experience to be accessible at all budgets.
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