Bose Canada Bose.ca: Get a Refurbished Bose Solo 5 TV Sound System for $119.99 (regularly $249.99) Get a Refurbished Bose Solo 5 TV Soundbar for $120

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Upgrade your TV audio with this deal from Bose.ca, where you can get a refurbished Bose Solo 5 TV Sound System for $119.99 (regularly $249.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $130.00!

This deal only applies to refurbished Bose Solo 5 TV sound systems and for reference, $119.99 matches the historical low price for this popular soundbar last seen in late-July.

The Bose Solo 5 TV is a compact soundbar with Bluetooth connectivity that can also be used as a wireless speaker to stream music via your phone. A few other features include:

  • One-piece soundbar delivers better sound than your TV alone
  • Dialogue mode to hear each word and detail clearly
  • Easy setup with one connection to your TV
  • Place the unit almost anywhere: in front of the TV, on a shelf or mounted on the wall
  • Includes full-function Bose universal remote that controls TV, bass, Bluetooth connections and more

This deal is available online until January 7, 2021. Quantities are limited, so get yours before they're gone! Refurbished products are tested by Bose to ensure like-new performance and backed by the same warranty as new products.

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    • Wow, if that many returns or refurbishing, something gotta be wrong with these ...
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    • frugal69 wrote: Wow, if that many returns or refurbishing, something gotta be wrong with these ...
      its not the best sound out there. depending on your tv brand, it can either be slightly better, much better or worse. for most, its around slightly better. its regular price is overpriced. its worth about its refurb pricing
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    • I bought two last year and I’ve been very happy with them. Perfect for smaller rooms.
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    • I have one on my boat and it sounds amazing. A+
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    • Can't add to cart.
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    • frugal69 wrote: Wow, if that many returns or refurbishing, something gotta be wrong with these ...
      They are not refurb. They are new. They can't sell them for full price so they have to sell them as refurb at a lower price. I never had any of my Bose product broke on me.
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    • How much % are you actually saving vs a new product? Also, from those who regularly buy refurbished, is it worth it? Not necessarily Bose?
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    • Shadow888 wrote: Can't add to cart.
      Just go to bose dot ca - then outlet / refurbished - I was able to order that way
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    • Bought this in July when it was at $119

      It's an OK sound bar and an improvement to my internal tv speakers.

      But I don't think there's anything special about it. I had higher expectations.

      If I could do it all again, I'd save up and buy a higher-tier soundbar. Maybe spend $250?

      In my humble, non-audiophile, opinion.
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    • redblack wrote: I bought two last year and I’ve been very happy with them. Perfect for smaller rooms.
      +1. I've been happy with mine. Bass could be better but for the price and sound quality for TV watching its been perfect.
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    • Got one. Thanks OP.
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    • frugal69 wrote: Wow, if that many returns or refurbishing, something gotta be wrong with these ...
      More about how overpriced the regular pricing is so a lot of folks return it. No HDMI kills this especially as the Toslink/Optical is increasingly phased out. Don't think either PS5 or Series X have it anymore either. At $119 its a good price to get better than tv sound for your room. But at regular price, getting a 2.1 soundbar with a subwoofer and HDMI would be a better option.
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    • Bought it back in the summer. Perfect little soundbar.
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    • Bose really trying to milk all the money from RFD this week
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    • Bought one in the summer for the same price, and just bought another one. Use it not only for the TV soundbar but as a bluetooth speaker; much better sound than a regular portable bluetooth speaker for the same price range.
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    • How's the bass though, is it really lacking?
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    • Won't add to cart, it would have been perfect in my garage
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    • Dialogue Mode is pretty decent for anyone with their hearing going to hell. Nonna doesn't need 300 watts of bass rumbling her slippers, she just wants to hear that young buck Sajak announce there are three R's.
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