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Check out our guides to the best soundbars and best wireless headphones for more options.
- Vizio 5.1 Channel Soundbar System With Wireless Subwoofer for $200 ($50 off): Vizio soundbars are a favorite among WIRED's gear team because they're affordable and still sound good. If you're using your TV's built-in speakers, get a soundbar—it will radically improve your experience . This system includes two surround speakers, a soundbar, and a 5-inch subwoofer for booming bass. It's Bluetooth-enabled so you can stream music from your phone, too.
- Westone B30 Three-Driver True-Fit Earphones with MMCX and Bluetooth Cables for $199 ($251 off): These earbuds aren't truly wireless—there's a cable running to a Bluetooth-enabled module—but they are small and discreet, and they pack three drivers into a pair of in-ear buds for clearly defined highs and mids, and strong bass.
Etymotic Research ER4SR Studio Reference In-Ear Headphones for $199 ($101 off): These headphones are aimed at people mixing sound in a studio or DJing. They have 35 to 42 decibels of noise isolation with a max output of 122 dB, but no active noise cancellation.
- Klipsch Reference Premiere Atmos RP-280FA Floorstanding Speaker for $799 ($1,299 off): If you're building out a surround-sound system, these towers are ideal to place next to your television. Each one has dual 8-inch woofers and tweeters, and it's Dolby Atmos–compatible.
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