The best Black Friday soundbar deals for 2022

Black Friday has been and gone, but if you missed out on the best Black Friday deals, there’s no need to worry. There are still some epic Black Friday soundbar deals out there, though how long they’ll stick around for is anybody’s guess! Retailers love to discount luxury tech items at times like these, and that definitely includes soundbars. Among the best deals are brands like Bose, Samsung, and Sonos, along with more budget-friendly options. If you’re keen to soup up the audio quality of your home theater, you’re going to love the deals we’ve rounded up for you below. Each will pair up beautifully with the best Black Friday TV deals too, if you’re really looking to amp up movie night.


  • Roku Streambar — $80, was $130
  • Samsung 2.1-channel soundbar — $130, was $280
  • Vizio 5.1-channel V-Series soundbar — $200, was $250
  • Sonos Beam (2nd Gen) — $360, was $450
  • Samsung HW-Q750B 5.1.2-channel soundbar — $480, was $800
  • Sonos Arc — $720, was $900
  • Bose Smart Soundbar 900 — $800, was $900
  • Samsung 11.1.4-channel soundbar — $1,400, was $1,900
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Roku Streambar — $80, was $130

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There are a lot of great reasons why you need to buy the Roku Streambar. It’s an incredibly minimal option for people with small spaces, or who just don’t want a complicated entertainment setup. It has built-in 4K streaming with channels that launch quickly, and it includes access to a massive selection of free, live, and premium TV programming, including Roku Originals and more than 300 live TV channels on the Roku Channel. It produces big sound for cinematic experiences, and features like advanced audio engineering automatically make speech clearer and commercials quieter.

Samsung 2.1-channel soundbar — $130, was $280

The Samsung 2.1-channel soundbar and included subwoofer set on a media cabinet.Image used with permission by copyright holder

The Samsung 2.1-channel soundbar is great soundbar for somebody just starting out with their home theater setup, for somebody in a small space, and for anybody who just wants to get some better sound coming out of their television. It comes with a wireless subwoofer and is able to pair with a Samsung remote, preventing the need for having multiple remote controls lying around. This soundbar is also Wireless Surround Sound compatible, allowing you to turn it into a complete surround sound system with optional rear Samsung speakers in just a few simple steps, and without the mess of wires.

Vizio 5.1-channel V-Series soundbar — $200, was $250

The Vizio 5.1-channel V-Series soundbar and included subwoofer and speakers against a white background.Vizio

The Vizio 5.1-channel V-Series soundbar is one of the best value plays you can make for your home theater, as it includes a subwoofer and two discreet, low-profile surround sound speakers that are volume-adjustable to your liking. This soundbar is optimized for 4K HDR content with Dolby Audio 5.1, bringing out the best audio performance from your 4K content when connecting through HDMI. It has some smarts as well, as you can use your voice to control Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant through the soundbar. It’s easy to set up, and makes great competition for some of the best soundbars under $500.

Sonos Beam (2nd Gen) — $360, was $450

The Sonos Beam 2 soundbar on a media cabinet with a couple of video game controllers.Image used with permission by copyright holder

The second-generation Sonos Beam is not only an upgrade over its first iteration but it’s also one of the best soundbars under $500 and one of the best soundbars all around. Sonos is one of the premier names in home theater audio, and with the Beam 2 it’s made a soundbar with high-quality audio at a very reasonable price point. It has Dolby Atmos, which creates a rich, immersive audio environment no matter what you may be watching or listening to. Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant can connect wirelessly, and help you to set timers, check the news, and control your smart home devices. You can also control the soundbar and its paired TV with these voice assistants. This deal on the Sonos Beam 2 includes four free months of Apple Music and a free four-month trial of Amazon Music Unlimited.

Samsung HW-Q750B 5.1.2-channel soundbar — $480, was $800

The Samsung HW-Q750B soundbar with rear speakers against a white background.Image used with permission by copyright holder

Like all of the best soundbars, the Samsung HW-Q750B soundbar launches your home theater audio experience into the next level of immersion. It creates a cinematic experience with five channels, one subwoofer, and two up-firing channels. It also has Wireless Dolby Atmos technology, which allows it to create a surround sound experience without the need for HDMI cables. The Samsung HW-Q750B soundbar works with voice assistants and AirPlay 2. It even comes with a rear speaker kit, which allows you to fill the room with theater-like sound, with these speakers able to project audio above and around you.

Sonos Arc — $720, was $900

A Sonos Arc soundbar within a home theater setup.Image used with permission by copyright holder

One of the best soundbars on the market, the Sonos Arc is a great option for any home theater, but it also makes a great choice if you’re looking to build your home theater one piece at a time. It can wirelessly connect to more speakers at any point in the process, and it pairs well with any of the best A/V receivers. Dolby Atmos brings 3D sound to your viewing experiences, and it produces high-quality audio no matter what you may be watching or listening to. The Sonos Arc has 11 high-performance drivers that masterfully deliver sound from all directions at the right moment. It was specially tuned by Oscar-winning sound engines to emphasize the human voice, so it will always ensure you’re keeping up with the storyline. This deal on the Sonos Arc includes four free months of Amazon Music Unlimited and four free months of Apple Music.

Bose Smart Soundbar 900 — $800, was $900

Bose Smart Soundbar 900 close-up.Image used with permission by copyright holder

Whether you’re in the market for soundbars or speakers, Bose is one of the best brand names available. It proves such with the Bose Smart Soundbar 900, a soundbar that delivers spacious sound, clear dialogue, and rich bass for your movies, music, and games. This soundbar is specifically designed to keep it physically sleek and elegant, making it a beautiful addition to your home theater. It has built-in voice assistants, and you can even connect it with Bose headphones or any Bose Bluetooth speaker. It’s easy to set up and use, and with features like Dolby Atmos, it will fit in nicely with the rest of your home theater setup.

Samsung 11.1.4-channel soundbar — $1,400, was $1,900

Samsung 2022 HW-Q990B soundbar.

The Samsung HW-Q990B is an impressive soundbar that includes 11 channels, as well as one subwoofer and four up-firing channels. Its perfectly synchronized audio uses every speaker in compatible Samsung TVs and soundbars, making this a great option if you already have a Samsung TV, or if you’re looking at one of the best TVs. This soundbar has adaptive sound that optimizes audio so you can follow along with action-packed games and movies, and SpaceFit Sound+ technology allows the soundbar to scan the room and automatically calibrate the audio to create a true-to-life experience in any home theater.

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