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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.
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This Alexa-powered soundbar produces impressive bass without a subwoofer, though it lacks a truly wide soundstage.
The Beats Studio Buds is a tiny yet feature-stuffed set of wireless earbuds with very good sound — though it’s not good for calls.
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Despite some picture problems, the Insignia 4K Ultra HD Fire TV Edition delivers an enjoyable viewing experience thanks to Fire TV OS.
The Samsung Q60T QLED TV costs less, adds Alexa and delivers sharp detail and bright colors — as long as you don’t push it too hard.
The Roku Streambar Pro, which combines a soundbar and Roku streaming device, is easy to set up and has good sound — but can be sluggish as a streamer.
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 Vizio M-Series M512a-H6 brings Atmos height, separate surrounds and a subwoofer at an affordable price — and with some effort required.
The compact JBL Bar 5.0 MultiBeam soundbar delivers rooming-filling Atmos audio and good bass — but you can’t make many adjustments.
With a new look, a little more ruggedness and improved sound, the JBL Charge 5 is one of the best Bluetooth speakers — just not one of the cheapest.