Best Soundbars under ₹5,000

Best Soundbars under ₹5,000

TVs today are getting slimmer and slimmer, and when you are looking to pick up a TV, especially on a budget, one of the biggest compromises is with the sound output. Most budget TVs today have two 10W speakers which get the job done for everyday TV viewing, but if you want an immersive movie-watching experience or if you want to enjoy gaming on the TV, then you will have to invest in a soundbar.

A soundbar not only enhances your TV viewing experience but also doubles up as a speaker for you to enjoy music on as well. If you are on a tight budget, then worry not. We list the best soundbar that you can get for a budget of Rs 5000. Just so you know, we haven't reviewed most of these soundbars so we are listing them based on their features and specifications.

  • 1.
Frequency Range: 55Hz-20KHz
Dimensions: 99.6 x 13.2 x 11.4 cm

The boAt Aavante Bar 1160 boasts of 60 Watts of sound output and is a 2.0 soundbar. The soundbar comes with four 2.25-inch drivers. For connectivity, the soundbar has Bluetooth, AUX and USB support. The soundbar weighs about 2KGs. It also comes with a remote control that has preset EQs like Music, news movie and more.

  • 2.
Frequency Range: 45 Hz – 20 KHz
Dimensions: 96 x 8 x 12 cm

Another entry from the house of Boat, the Avante Bar 1198 is a pretty nice for the price it generally retails at. Packed with active subwoofers and a sound output of 90W, this soundbar is enough to fill a small room with ease. This also comes with two upwards firing speakers that help in widening the soundstage as well.

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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, 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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