Best Soundbars under ₹10,000

Best Soundbars under ₹10,000

One of the biggest compromises made when keeping the cost of a budget TV down is with the audio output. Usually budget TVs have tinny speakers which can make action sequences or sequences with mixed audio sound underwhelming. Thankfully, there are a bunch of soundbars you can consider on a budget to improve the sound output from your TV. These soundbars can help you get an immersive experience when watching movies, TV shows and playing games. Even if you want to use them for listening to music, they should serve you well. This is a list of the best sound bars under Rs 10000 on a budget. We have tried to include a variety of soundbars based on their features and specifications. We haven't reviewed all of them though, and are recommending them based on the relative comparison of their specs to the benchmarks that we have set.

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Dimensions: 92 x 10 x 6 Cm

The JBL SB120 is a soundbar only and does not come with a subwoofer. It is an upgrade over the JBL SB110, which means you get tiny, but impactful improvements in its overall build, performance, and features. The bass drivers are in the soundbar itself to offer low end frequencies. For connectivity, the soundbar has HDMI ARC, Bluetooth and Optical connectivity options as well. The soundbar supports dolby digital. It comes with a remote control in the box and also has physical control on top of the soundbar. The 110W sound output on the JBL SB120 will get loud enough to let you fill up a medium sized room with ease.

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Satvik Pandey

Satvik Pandey

Satvik Pandey, is a self-professed Steve Jobs (not Apple) fanboy, a science & tech writer, and a sports addict. At Digit, he works as a Deputy Features Editor, and manages the daily functioning of the magazine. He also reviews audio-products (speakers, headphones, soundbars, etc.), smartwatches, and projectors, and everything else that he can get his hands on. A media and communications graduate, Satvik is also an avid shutterbug, and when he's not working or gaming, he can be found fiddling with any camera he can get his hands on and helping produce videos – which means he spends an awful amount of time in our studio. His game of choice is Counter-Strike, and he's still attempting to turn pro. He can talk your ear off about the game, and we'd strongly advise you to steer clear of the topic unless you too are a CS junkie. View Full Profile

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