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Panasonic SC-HTB490: Powerful sound from a compact soundbar

Panasonic’s new SC-HTB490 compact soundbar delivers powerful sound without taking up much space next to your TV.

The manufacturer recommends using it as a complement to its new LED TVs , which have an adjustable stand, which in the upper position creates a comfortable space for placing the device without interfering with viewing the screen.The soundbar is equipped with a wireless subwoofer and supports Bluetooth, making it easy to stream music from your mobile devices. The connection to the TV is via HDMI with ARC function.
The power of the soundbar itself is 160 watts, which are delivered by two 4.5 cm x 12 cm direct-directional speakers with a wide sound range. This figure doubles when you include the subwoofer. The two devices are connected via Bluetooth, which frees up space for better sound quality. And two reflex ports, adjacent to the soundbar’s two full-range speakers, enhance the depth of the bass.Additional connectivity options are provided by a USB port and an optical port in case you have an older TV.

Panasonic has decided to make the SC-HTB490 a compact device that fits perfectly with today’s sleek TVs to suit any interior and not distract from your viewing experience. If desired, the soundbar can be wall-mounted.

“The HTB490 is the perfect combination of form and function. This sleek soundbar has the power to immerse viewers deeply in the movie watching on TV. As for the subwoofer, it also doesn’t have to be huge to produce quality sound. The HTB490 can be easily removed and reconnected when watching a movie with an interesting audio track and special effects. And enjoy the new sensations, ”said Panasonic.
The cost of SC-HTB490 is 349 pounds.

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