Save $100 on the Samsung HW Q700A 3.1.2ch Soundbar Christmas 2021 deals
A great discount this Christmas!
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If you’ve been searching for a new, totally complete home theatre audio solution this Christmas/holiday season you should pay attention to the broad range of Samsung soundbars. They have a wide variety to suit different auditorial needs and applications. Luckily for you, dear reader, some of them are on sale leading up to Christmas. This makes them an excellent gift idea for your friends or loved ones. Or for yourself, we won’t judge.
Save $100 on this Samsung soundbar christmas 2021 deals
We are fans of Samsung soundbars because of their generally impressive build quality, value for money, and supreme audio quality, also most of them come with a subwoofer, a generosity most manufacturers refuse. This particular model has some great features that’ll make it an excellent choice for the gift-giving season.
Our favorite is Samsung’s proprietary Q-Symphony technology to keep the audio in perfect sync. This is an especially valuable feature for those of you, like us, who have experienced the sheer anger that comes from out-of-sync audio, and the resultant frustration from the difficulty of the fiddly process that is usually necessary to fix such an issue. In short, the Q-Symphony technology is a proprietary connection between compatible Samsung soundbars and Samsung TVs, it takes all the hassle out of the process allowing you to concentrate on the content you want to watch, not the fixes you have to tolerate.
We also like the SpaceFit sound ability. When paired with a Samsung QLED TV the speakers automatically calibrate to the room they’re in. This makes the soundscape tailor-fit to the environment making sure that you don’t miss out on any of the explosions, dialog, or music from the game, TV show, or movie you’re watching. It’s a smart feature that allows such a level of customization that was previously only attainable by paying an inordinate amount for a sound engineer to install multiple speakers all around your living room.