Slimline TVs may look the part, but they don’t always sound the part. That’s where the Orbitsound soundbar comes in useful. These elegant speakers sit discreetly under your TV and provide crystal-clear sound that travels evenly around the room, delivering all the right high and low bass notes when appropriate. All you need to do is turn down the lights and reach for the popcorn and it’ll be like every evening is date night at the flicks.
Orbitsound has recently launched the attractive T12v3 soundbar, priced £299 (currently being sold at John Lewis and Harrods). It has a smooth tight, bass and a stunning subwoofer, which means it can be used in an array of room sizes, without compromising on sound quality.
With its elegant high-gloss finish, and beautiful bold or ambient coloured fronts to choose from, it’s simple to install with no messy wires and comes with a remote control, so you can sit back and relax and enjoy films and TV in style. TV streaming is possible too through the iPod and iPhone dock so you can watch or listen to any iTunes or Spotify app song, TV programme or film. The T12 also features a 3.5mm stereo jack, and inputs for the latest digital TVs, CD, MP3/MP4, laptop and desktop computers and games consoles.
ACHICA Living is excited to have got its hands on two of these beautiful Orbitsound sound bars, worth £299 each, to give away to two lucky readers with a coloured front of your choice. To be in with the chance of winning just fill out your name and email address here*
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No purchase necessary. You must be aged 18 or over to enter. One entry per reader. There is no cash alternative. The winner will be chosen at random on 1 April 2012 by ACHICA Living’s Editor, Emily Peck.
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Emily Peck, Editor
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