Decking out your entertainment center shouldn’t break the bank. Unfortunately, a top soundbar and subwoofer can run you thousands of bucks — but there’s another way. If you don’t mind a high-quality refurb, today’s deal could be the answer.
PCMall is currently offering the Polk Audio DSB1 Sound Bar and DSB2 Wireless Subwoofer combo for just $99.99. That’s a savings of $200 off the manufacturer’s list price. More importantly, it’s a booming sound system for your pad.
Powerful, room-filling, high-performance surround sound.
Polk Audio is a big name in the industry, so this high-end equipment is ideal to enhance your music or movie experience. Your playlist will have never sounded so good.
The soundbar provides powerful, room-filling, high-performance surround sound. It’s complemented by the wireless subwoofer, which subtly blends bigger and more realistic bass impact to the experience.
The reason for the big discount is that this gear is certified refurbished. PCMall goes to great lengths to explain their rigorous refurbishment process that ensures “excellent cosmetic standards” and “like-new” state. You can read more on the deal page, and there’s an option to add an extended two-year warranty for an extra $15 if you’re so inclined.
If you’re ready to massively upgrade your entertain system for just $99.99 then hit the button below to find the deal.
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