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    disturbance in the Turnip baldrick's Avatar
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    Soundbars vs speaker set

    I want to get some speakers for a big LCD and I thought maybe a soundbar

    thinking the price would be 2-3k baht for a basic but serviceable unit - but

    ??????????

    5k up to 100+ k

    wtf ??

    why should I spend the extra and not just buy a set of AJ speakers with a remote control ?

    Speakers - TVs & Home Entertainment

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    Buy the speakers if you have the space.

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    I have the TV hooked to the aux part of my surround sound DVD system. It's not had a dvd in it in years, but works a treat as a TV sound system.

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    A few months back I went out to buy one of those Jawbone Bluetooth speakers.

    Never go shopping when you're drunk, I came back with this:



    The neighbours hate it

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    I'm looking at the same thing as Baldy but not sure which way to go.

    The Smart bar seems plausible.

    Cracked on to this Philips HTL 2163b-12. 120Watt with Sub woofer. Nice kit.

    6 K BHT in my local but 5350 BHT on Lazada.

    Sweet sound at a OK price.

    Still thinkin.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    the problem is when you plug in the 3.5mm plug the remote does not control the speakers anymore

    I just bought a 790 baht pair of AJ from tesco with no remote

    maybe I will have to look at an amp with remote

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    ^

    Check out the Sound bar I posted up.

    You can plug in a USB, it has a remote and pumps out great sound.

    Also can go bigger Watts if you want for extra Baht.

    I want it for music on my PC.

    Hey Baldy,

    Check out " Live at Darryl's House " on Utube.

    You will like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post

    I just bought a 790 baht pair of AJ from tesco with no remote.

    There is one thing for certain mate, one can never get a quality sound for a budget price.

    When it comes to sound quality I never compromise on price to save buks.

    Get the good gear once and revel in the quality sound.

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    as a stopgap it is fine

    will be looking for an amp which apparently needs/must to have microphone inputs

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    Best soundbars 2015 | Best buys | What Hi-Fi?

    Good article that will match anyone's price bracket.

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