Bring the theater home with the JBL Bar 9.1 on sale for $699

JBL Bar 9 1 Discount

Amazon is offering a discount on one of JBL’s best home theater surround sound systems, as you can currently pick up the JBL Bar 9.1 for a substantial price cut. The JBL Bar 9.1 is a surround-sound home theater system that features Dolby Atmos for a lifelike immersive audio experience. Whether you’re watching larger-than-life movies or your favorite TV shows, the JBL Bar 9.1 will help bring them to life in a way you’ll most certainly enjoy.

The regular price for this sound system setup is $1,199.95, but it’s down to $699.22 right now over at Amazon. That’s a savings of 43% making this almost half off. And quite honestly, the JBL Bar 9.1 is a steal at that price. This setup provides you with a main soundbar for all of your front-channel sound, as well as two rear-channel speakers to give you that surround-sound experience. There’s also a subwoofer for deep bass to really bring the boom in those big action moments.

Both the rear-channel speakers and the subwoofer connect to the soundbar wirelessly so there’s minimal cable setup. The soundbar also supports 4K Ultra HD passthrough with Dolby Vision for unparalleled visual clarity. Also worth noting is that the two rear-channel speakers are detachable. So they can stay connected to the soundbar if you like. Or you an detach them and place them anywhere in the room for a more immersive audio experience. You can also base the decision to move these around on what you’re watching.

This system supports optical connections as well as HDMI, and it comes with a wall-mount bracket if you prefer that to letting it sit on a media station. This system also supports Bluetooth streaming and Apple AirPlay. So you can easily stream music from your phone to the soundbar anytime you like. It has Chromecast built-in too. Overall it’s a very solid sound system if you want more immersive audio for your entertainment.

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