The best October Prime Day soundbar deals are available now

With Prime Day deals on repeat thanks to the Amazon Prime Big Deal Days event starting soon, we’ve rounded up all the early Prime Day soundbar deals that are happening right now. Staying ahead of the game is a smart move for anyone looking to improve their audio experience while saving money.

The Prime Day soundbar deals going on right now include some of the best soundbars and some top brands like Bose and Samsung. It’s the ideal companion for anyone already checking out Prime Day TV deals, so you can revamp your home cinema setup for less money. Below we’ve selected the best soundbar deals this Prime Day event. Take a look to see how you can save.

Today’s best Prime Day soundbar deals

Insignia 2.0 Channel Mini Soundbar — $45, was $80

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For a cheap soundbar that still gets the job done, choose the Insignia 2.0 channel Mini Soundbar. You have a choice between three different sound modes — theater, news, and standard — and you can also stream music to them from a mobile device via a Bluetooth connection. The soundbar’s compact design also means you can fit it in tight spaces.

VIZIO V-Series 2.1-Channel Soundbar — $140, was $160

Vizio V Series V21-H8 2.1 Soundbar
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The VIZIO V-Series 2.1 channel soundbar is still very affordable, but with its sleek design and the addition of a wireless subwoofer for deep, accurate bass, it might be your TV’s new best friend. The soundbar supports DTS Virtual:X for room-filling sound, HDMI ARC for higher-quality connections, and support for voice commands via devices powered by Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri, or Google Assistant.

LG SN4A 2.1-Channel Soundbar — $150, was $200

LG SN4A Soundbar with wireless subwoofer, on white background.
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The LG SN4A 2.1 channel soundbar also features a wireless subwoofer, but with a carbon diaphragm that guarantees exceptional sound clarity. The soundbar also features LG’s Adaptive Sound Control to automatically make adjustments depending on whether you’re listening to music or watching a movie. It also supports DTS Virtual:X and Bluetooth connections.

VIZIO V-Series 5.1-Channel Soundbar — $200, was $250

The Vizio 5.1 channel V-Series soundbar and includes a subwoofer and speakers with a white background.
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The VIZIO V-Series soundbar introduces center and rear speakers to create a wider soundscape. It connects wirelessly to its subwoofer as well as to your phone or other Bluetooth device. One of the interesting features of this subwoofer system is its ability to be controlled via voice input, using Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant. However, if you want to use the remote, you can easily do so even when the room is dark for a horror movie feel — fully backlit.

Samsung HW-B550 2.1-Channel Soundbar — $230, was $280

Samsung HW-B550 2.1 channel Soundbar and Subwoofer Bundle.
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The Samsung HW-B550 2.1 channel soundbar supports Dolby Audio for 3D sound, and DTS Virtual:X for a broader listening experience. The included wireless subwoofer allows for rich, powerful bass, but you also have the option to activate Bass Boost for extra punch. You can also use Game Mode for more realistic in-game sound by plugging your console into a soundbar.

Samsung HW-B650 3.1-Channel Soundbar — $300, was $400

Samsung HW-B650 3.1 channel soundbar in the living room.
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The Samsung HW-B650 3.1 channel soundbar adds a center speaker to the usual left and right channels, dedicated to improving dialogue clarity so you won’t miss anything anyone is saying on the show you’re watching. The soundbar retains all the features of its 2.1-channel version, including Bass Boost and Game Mode.

Vizio M-Series Elevate 5.1.2-Channel Soundbar — $600, was $800

Vizio M Series Elevate Soundbar (M512E-K6)
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With five channels, a wireless subwoofer, and two dedicated drivers that fire up to the ceiling for surround sound, the Vizio M-Series Elevate 5.1.2 channel soundbar definitely has what it takes to take your home theater setup to the next level. The soundbar also supports Dolby Atmos and DTS Virtual:X, as well as HDMI eARC so you only need one cable to get everything working.

Samsung Q-Series 5.1.2 Channel Soundbar — $680, was $800

Rows of speakers, subwoofer and soundbar.
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Designed to work with Samsung TVs but also compatible with other brands, the Samsung Q Series 5.1.2 line soundbar offers SpaceFit Sound Pro to fill your room with audio, and Adaptive Sound for automatic optimization. The soundbar also works with all the most popular voice assistants, and can connect to other devices via Apple’s AirPlay 2 or Google’s Chromecast.

Bose Smart Soundbar 900 — $750, was $900

Bose 900 Smart Soundbar.
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The Bose Smart Soundbar 900 is an update to the Bose Smart Soundbar 700 that adds Dolby Atmos support to a package that includes six full-range transducers, a center tweeter, ADAPTiQ technology that adjusts the system’s sound to suit your room, and support for digital assistants. The soundbar connects via an HDMI eARC connection, but you can also use Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Apple’s AirPlay 2, Google’s Chromecast, or Spotify Connect to use it.

Samsung Q-Series 11.1.4 Channel Soundbar — $1,600, was $1,900

Samsung Q-Series 11.1.4 channel soundbar on white background.
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Enjoy a complete cinematic experience at home with 11 front-facing speakers, a wireless subwoofer, and four up-firing channels from the Samsung Q-Series 11.1.4 channel soundbar. Samsung Q-Symphony technology will make your Samsung TV work seamlessly with this soundbar, which comes with a built-in voice assistant for hands-free access to its features and settings.

Sennheiser Ambeo Max 5.1.4-Channel Soundbar — $2,000, was $2,500

Sennheiser Ambeo Max 5.1.4 channel soundbar in the living room.
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The Sennheiser Ambeo Max 5.1.4 channel soundbar comes with 13 high-end drivers that produce powerful sound, and delivers 3D surround sound tailored to the characteristics of your living room. You can further customize the audio with the soundbar’s built-in equalizer and three bespoke AMBEO 3D technology modes.

How we picked these Prime Day soundbar deals

All year round, we look for the best soundbar deals. This means we know the market well. We handpick the offers we feature to ensure they are good value, offer the features you want at the right price, and are worth your time and money. This trend continues in Prime Day soundbar deals and we also benefit from market knowledge so we know what’s good.

In addition to extensive price monitoring, we also know all about it the best soundbars so we know what to expect for each price range. If you’re looking for something premium, we’re also experts at finding the best Dolby Atmos soundbars so you get the most bang for your buck.

The range of Prime Day soundbar deals we’re featuring spans a number of different price points. In all cases, you can be sure that whatever you pay, you are getting the best for the price. That means a $100 soundbar is the best you can buy for $100, while a $1,000 giant soundbar is also the best for the price. You can be sure that we know what we are talking about.

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