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WERE £89 from 06.04.16
Now with Bluetooth APT-X music streaming, the Roth Sub Zero II soundbar is more versatile than ever.
Quality Roth sound
Using four powered drive units and a 60W Class-D digital amplifier, the Roth Sub Zero II soundbar gives a detailed and spacious sound that most TVs can't hope to match. Designed for low distortion, the Sub Zero II can be turned up to high volume levels without the distortion and harshness that you'd find with TV speakers, while Roth DSP sound processing gives an enveloping sound that you wouldn't credit from a single speaker cabinet.
Powerful bass response
In addition to the standard powered speakers, the Sub Zero II also has two built-in Ultra-Bass passive drivers. With these you don't need a separate subwoofer and they give the Sub Zero II a genuine full-range sound. Action movies now have the impact that TV speakers simply can't replicate.
Bluetooth music streaming with apt-X
In addition to making your TV sound great, this Roth soundbar also offers easy Bluetooth music streaming. With this, you can stream music from your smartphone, tablet or Bluetooth-equipped laptop or desktop computer, accessing your music library or a music streaming service such as Spotify or last.fm. By using the high quality the apt-X format, wireless sound quality gets closer to wired than ever.
Easy to use and flexible positioning
With a choice of two analogue (3.5mm and RCA phono) and a single digital optical input, the Roth Sub Zero II has the ability to connect up to three devices, such as TV, games console and Blu-ray player. At just 8cm deep it's easy and unobtrusive to position, while the included wall mount kit gives more positioning options.
Now much more than just an impressive soundbar, the Roth Sub Zero II makes the most of your music streaming, too. It's the perfect all-rounder.
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