Amazon just took 43 percent off this mini laptop soundbar—snag it for $40

Rudie Obias

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Save 61 percent on this Insmart Laptop Sound Bar. (Photo: Insmart)
Save 61 percent on this Insmart Laptop Sound Bar. (Photo: Insmart)

If you don’t really watch TV—you’d rather settle into a movie or show using your laptop, computer or tablet—there’s a way to get much better audio quality without using headphones.

The Insmart Laptop Sound Bar will give your laptop or tablet the audio boost it needs. And right now, it’s on sale for $40, or $30 off. That’s a 43 percent savings.

360-degree audio

Usually going for $70, the sound bar features 360-degree audio for an immersive feel, and dual five-watt drivers for detailed audio with deep bass. Translation: It’ll make your laptop, desktop, tablet, gaming console or phone sound extremely richer and more robust. It also works with some TVs. (If it has a headphone jack, you can connect it). It uses a 3.5mm audio jack, and it’s powered with USB.

“This little guy actually delivers far better quality than I was expecting. Music is clear and has a rich tone, with an impressive amount of low-end response,” writes a five-star reviewer. “I can't recommend this enough if you just need to put some sound somewhere real fast.”

Get this Insmart Laptop Sound Bar for just $27. (Photo: Insmart)
Get this Insmart Laptop Sound Bar for just $27. (Photo: Insmart)

Compact design

Just 16 inches long, it’s small enough to sit in front of a laptop or desktop without crowding a desk. It also has a second audio jack, so you can plug in your headphones too.

“This sound bar is amazing,” adds a satisfied Amazon shopper. “The sound quality is not distorted, no matter how loud you play the audio. It goes perfectly with my projector setup, and I have no complaints so far. It's money well spent.”

Bottom line

At 43 percent off, this Insmart Laptop Sound Bar is a great way to upgrade your audio on the (really) cheap.

“For years, I've put up with the puny speakers built into my monitor,” shares another five-star reviewer. “Then I saw this soundbar for your PC and it's great. Plugs right into USB for power and into your speaker ports for sound (no HDMI) and it works instantly. Volume can go from soft to very loud. Much clearer audio than those little monitor speakers.”

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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