The nights are dragging on, the weekend is getting colder and we are all spending more time at home than usual. So how about upgrading your home entertainment experience?
Polk is offering 20% savings in its soundbar range, saving you more on the company’s already affordable range of TV speakers. To capitalize on this, simply quote AT WHATHIFI20 ‘at the checkout of select retailers listed below. Read on to find out more.
With nearly 50 years of heritage building speakers and home audio products, Polk knows one or two things about delivering quality sound at a low price – and with an additional savings of 20%, you can make a real bargain.
A soundbar is a great way to upgrade the sound of your TV without filling your room with speakers. Expect better clarity with dialogue, more immersive surround sound effects, deeper bass and better music playback.
Whether it’s a movie night or watching a big match, streaming a TV show, or watching YouTube, a soundbar will enhance the whole experience with a much better sound.
And Polk has a full range of soundbars for you to choose from, to ensure that there is a size and specification to suit your need.
The Polk Signa 3 is a universal soundbar and wireless subwoofer system, complete with Chromecast built-in. The latest addition to Polk’s Cigna series, it promises impressive sound, simple set-up and all the features you need – at a great price. And now with a savings of 20%.
There are two tweeters and two midrange drivers for added detail and deeper bass, and a wireless subwoofer. It is just 5.5 cm long and 90 cm wide, and thanks to HDMI ARC it can deliver all your audio and video with just one cable.
There is support for Dolby Digital 5.1 and 4K video, as well as Polk’s patented voice adjusting technology to achieve dialogue levels, while Chromecast for Audio allows you to stream content from a vast range of services, including Spotify and Tidal .
The Polk MagniFi range actually offers something with a choice of size, features and price points with MagniFi Mini, MagniFi Max, MagniFi Max SR and MagniFi 2.
Want a heavier sound than a compact speaker? The MagniFi Mini has an ultra-compact size that fits in tight spaces but still delivers large, room-filling audio. It even has a thin subwoofer.
You’ll still be able to enjoy Dolby Digital 5.1 sound and voice adjust technology, while Bluetooth and Chromecast mean easy wireless music streaming. There is also HDMI, optical and 3.5mm connections.
MagniFi Max is about maximum performance with a large but still super-slim soundbar with a wireless subwoofer.
It has a seven-driver array, and a wireless subwoofer, complete with a host of sound technologies, all delivered with a virtual surround sound.
Polk’s Stereo Dimensional Array (SDA) provides a large, multifunctional soundstage, while Polk’s voice adjusting technology is also on board.
The soundbar has a Chromecast built-in, support for 4K HDR video, as well as the ability to stream music from your favorite app over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. There is also an option to connect to the Google Home speaker for Google Assistant voice control.
need more? The Polk MagniFi Max SR (pictured above) offers all the features of the MagniFi Max, but adds two wireless surround sound speakers to the mix to really add another dimension and give the correct surround sound.
The Polk MagniFi 2 combines all the other great features in a high-performance home theater soundbar system, with a Chromecast built-in and a wireless subwoofer.
As a six-driver array and wireless subwoofer, Polk has SDA soundstage and patented voice adjust technology, plus 3D audio mode, which lifts from Polk SDA with height virtualization to create a truly immersive 3D surround sound experience Combines imaging.
Connect via one of three HDMI 2.0 inputs and enjoy Dolby Digital and DTS decoding, and universal 4K compatibility. 4K HDR video and Dolby Vision are also supported.
The Polk Soundbar range offers something for everyone – and now the range saves 20%. Remember to quote AT WHATHIFI20 ‘at the checkout of the retailers listed below. Offer expires December 3, 2020.