Make Apple TV go boom with big savings on Dolby Atmos soundbars from JBL

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With the winter nights drawing in and all the best movies going straight to streaming services, why not give your home cinema a spruce and hibernate with some of your favorite films and shows in luxury?

With the so-called Prime Early Access sale kicking into gear, you can get a great deal on a pair of JBL soundbars – one offering Dolby Atmos in a single bar package, the other bringing back the bass with an included subwoofer. There are huge savings to be made on both, so check them out below and upgrade your Apple TV viewing experience.

Big savings on JBL soundbars

JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam |$399.95now $239.95 at Amazon

JBL Bar 5.0 Multibeam | $399.95 now $239.95 at Amazon

Want sound to not only come from all around you, but from overhead too? Then you'll need a Dolby Atmos sound system. This all-in-one five channel soundbar will fill your room with sound thanks to up-and-side firing speakers, along with its front-facing ones, and offers 4K passthrough with Dolby Vision support for a really cinematic experience. This is a strong saving – previously we've seen this item drop to $327, so today knocks a real chunk further off that RRP.

JBL Bar 5.1 |$599.95now $299.95 at Amazon

JBL Bar 5.1 | $599.95 now $299.95 at Amazon

All about that bass? This soundbar and subwoofer combo delivers surround sound without the wires – even the sub is wireless. With Alexa built in your can control it with your voice, while wireless streaming capabilities (as well as Chromecast and our fave AirPlay 2) let you beam your tunes to it as well as your favorite shows and movies. There's a sweet $300 off here.

"Sound is half the picture" said movie maestro and Star Wars creator George Lucas, and if you've got a great TV but no sound system, you're not doing your home cinema sessions justice.

5.1 audio will really elevate your experience, giving a sense of directionality to the soundstage that a TV alone can rarely produce. Whether it's the direction of shots fired in a war scene, or the buzz of a club in a rom-com, you'll feel more immersed in whatever you're watching.

If you really want to go all in, make the leap to Dolby Atmos. Whether using discrete ceiling speakers or up-firing channels that bounce audio off your ceiling, it adds an extra dimension of height to proceedings, and can be transformative with high-end audio content. And remember: Apple TV supports Dolby Atmos, too.

Want more deals? Be sure to follow along with our live Prime Early Access sale round up.

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