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We tested cheap soundbars that cost less than $150 and judged them for sound quality, ease of use and design. Here are the top picks.
The best 85-inch TVs give smart features and excellent performance for when you want a larger-than-life picture.
The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 THX speaker delivers great sound at a good price — if you’ve got the space for a subwoofer and don’t need Bluetooth.
The Vizio V-Series is a solid TV for the price, if you can live with low brightness and poor HDR performance.
The Vizio P-Series Quantum (P65Q9-H1) delivers a crisp picture with great contrast at a good price — but its software holds it back.
The first-generation Sonos Beam delivers very good sound for a small soundbar, and comes with Alexa voice controls.
Polk Atrium 4 set the standard for wired outdoor speakers with a wide, balanced sound for under $200.
Despite some picture problems, the Insignia 4K Ultra HD Fire TV Edition delivers an enjoyable viewing experience thanks to Fire TV OS.
The Yamaha NS-AW150W outdoor speakers produce a bright sound with full vocals, at an excellent price.
The bright and sharp picture of the Sony Bravia X800H, along with its robust Android TV smart OS, make it one of the best mid-range TVs.
This Alexa-powered soundbar produces impressive bass without a subwoofer, though it lacks a truly wide soundstage.