Sharp HT-SL50 2.1 Speaker System - 100 W RMS - Black
  • Sharp HT-SL50 2.1 Speaker System - 100 W RMS - Black
  • Sharp HT-SL50 2.1 Speaker System - 100 W RMS - Black
  • Sharp HT-SL50 2.1 Speaker System - 100 W RMS - Black
  • Sharp HT-SL50 2.1 Speaker System - 100 W RMS - Black

Sharp HT-SL50 2.1 Speaker System - 100 W RMS - Black

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The HT-SL50 system is all you'll need to complete your home theater experience. Immerse yourself in a room full of sound with this 2.1 channel super slim sound bar plus active subwoofer system. The...More

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The HT-SL50 system is all you'll need to complete your home theater experience. Immerse yourself in a room full of sound with this 2.1 channel super slim sound bar plus active subwoofer system. The HT-SL50 soundbar system features a unique super slim sound bar design that is compatible with and blends with most 32 class home theater environments. You'll be amazed by the big sound that comes from this small, sleek sound bar home theater system.

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  • rsquo;s headphone, RCA or HDMI (ARC) terminal. A 3.5mm audio input allows additional audio sources, such as MP3 players, to be connected for audio playback. This soundbar was released at the same time as the HT-SL70 model, which has 200 watts of RMS output power, and is made to handle forty-six and fifty-two inch size class HDTVs. Features RCA x 2 / 3.5mm Stereo Jack / Optical/Coaxial Digital Inputs Subwoofer Line Level Output Remote Control For use w/ 32" size class HDTVs Sound Bar Control w/ AQUOS TV ... PROS: (1) extremely low-profile, much smaller than the average soundbar (2) unusually narrow subwoofer will slide right into a small space (3) easy to set up, very plug-and-play (4) uses ARC to reduce the number of cables that need to be run (5) draws very little power while in use, easy on the electric bill ... CONS: (1) volume capacity is under-powered for a medium to large room (2) sound definition is only moderately better than built-in TV speakers (3) subwoofer fills out the... Read more

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