Be calm. fix it. Make your home self-sufficient for change. The weather may be warm and the bars and restaurants are slowly reopening, but this is a simple, spring-free week with no compulsion to arrive where 2019 has left off. From TV to smart speakers, what we like to do on the weekends can help keep you cool.
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TVs and Entertainment
- 55-inch OLED 4K Smartcast TV for $ 1,200 ($ 100): For most dining rooms, a 55-inch TV is the best option. This is an affordable OLED that supports Dolby Vision as well as HDR10 + and HLG large file types. Read on our comment on more.
- Vizio V-Series 2.1 Channel Soundbar is a $ 150 Subwoofer ($ 30 off): If you have a TV set and are still listening through its internal chats, you are wasting your time. Improving low-cost listening environments it can change drastically what you see. Vizio makes our cheap and inexpensive tools.
- Master & Dynamic MW07 Go Head for $ 149 ($ 50 discount): Use code Products remove 25 percent on this item, or anything on the company page. These are sticky, beautiful, and comfortable ears that sound great. It’s part of selling Family and Friends, which you you can read more about Here. Passes April 19.
- Stadia Premiere edition for $ 70 ($ 30 discounted): If you have a TV and audio (perhaps carrying two of the above), then you might be interested in Google Stadia. It’s hard. Obviously, Stadia never lived to Google’s high hopes, but it remains a good platform to get into the game easily while good looks and functionality are not on your list. It is a very interesting platform at this price.
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