Grab a great Prime Day discount on this Sony soundbar and speaker set

Sony HT-RT4
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There's never been a better time to upgrade your living room sound system, because thanks to Amazon Prime Day 2020, the Sony HT-RT4 soundbar and speaker set is down to just £215.

Having originally been on sale for £279, that represents a discount of £64 or some 23% – a very good deal even in the midst of all the other deals going on this week.

Sony HT-RT4 soundbar surround system:

Sony HT-RT4 soundbar surround system: £279 now £215
Save £64 on this Sony surround sound set up, which pairs a soundbar with a pair of tall rear tower speakers to deliver 600W of 5.1-channel cinema sound to your ears.

What you get

With 600W of audio oomph, the Sony HT-RT4 is a perfect choice if you're after a more immersive sound setup to go with your TV. You've got the soundbar itself then two tall rear speakers.

That's 5.1 channels of surround sound for TV shows and movies and the difference to your TV's built-in sound system should be clear to your ears.

There's a single HDMI connection to your television set, so it's all simple to install and configure as well. With this new low price as well, the Sony HT-RT4 has never looked so tempting.

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