TCL Fire TV Edition Soundbar is on sale for $75 — New Lowest Price Ever & Ends Today

Get the TCL Fire TV Soundbar for $75

Amazon has just put the TCL Fire TV Edition Soundbar on sale for $75 for Black Friday. This is the new lowest price that this soundbar has ever been, beating out the last best deal by a whopping $32. This soundbar normally sells for $199.99, so at 62% off, this is easily one of the best Fire TV deals we’ve seen during Black Friday. This soundbar by TCL runs the Fire TV operating system and all of its capabilities are identical to having a Fire TV Stick 4K connected to it, so it supports 4K video at 60fps, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, and HDR10. Since the Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for $29.99, you’re essentially just paying $45 for the soundbar aspect, which is a ridiculous bargain. The soundbar features 6 speakers and an integrated subwoofer that together produce 120 watts of output power. It comes with Amazon’s latest Fire TV Edition remote, which I much prefer to the old one, as well as an HDMI cable, optical cable, and mounting hardware.

  1. Keith says:

    What’d you guys think of this? Seems like a pretty good deal but the only sound bar I’ve ever heard was my Dad’s and it was really unimpressive.
    One reviewer said it only works with prime. That can’t be true, right? Obviously looking to hear from someone who owns it.

  2. Tenderfoot56 says:

    I ordered one of the TCL Fire TV Edition 2.1 Channel Sound Bar with Built-In Subwoofer, called the Alto 8+ Device on Black Friday for $75.00, and can report that it is actually a pretty decent soundbar compared to others I have looked at.

    1. Very sturdy build plastic partially wrapped with mesh cloth
    2. AC Power Cord, (No Wall Wart for Power)
    3. Six Speakers, 2 SubWoofers (Top Center), 2 Midrange (Top Ends) and 2 tweeters (Front Ends)
    4. Bright White Digital Display on Front of soundbar behind fabric
    5. Built in Fire TV 4K Stick-Similar guts
    6. Automatically performs Hardware DeInterlacing of video sources like ATSC Channels received by SiliconDust HDHomeRun Tuners
    7. HDMI, USB Type A Connector, Optical Input, AC Power Plug
    8. Includes Power, HDMI, Optical Sound cables
    9. Includes wall mounting brackets
    10. Nice Infrared / RF dedicated remote with Batteries

    1. No way to expand memory using an OTG Cable and Flash Drive
    2. No way to connect to Wired Ethernet Cable, WiFi Only, 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz
    3. Small 30w Amp to drive 6 speakers
    4. Infrared on the remote is used to drive the TV On/Off and Sound Bar Volume, Mute and TV Channel Changes while the Remotes’ RF Radio frequencies drive the Fire TV Functions. Why not drive sound bar sound levels with RF instead of Infrared? Blocking the right front part of the sound bar will prevent sound adjustment.
    5. Three Sound Digital Signal Processing choices of “News, Movies or Music” don’t seem to have any real effect on what you hear…
    6. Sound output is adequate for a bedroom or office, but I would certainly not use the sound bar as a replacement for a home theater surround sound system.
    7. The subwoofers and midrange speakers push sound out of the top of the sound bar instead of out the front towards the audience. Speakers drive sound up under TV when mounted on the wall a few inches under the TV as suggested. Better to mount sound bar on credenza in front of TV and pulled out from the wall or mount above TV and have sound bounce off the ceiling and back to audience.


    My only real problem is the Mouse Toggle doesn’t seem to work. I was able to sideload programs on the Fire TV as usual, but even though I got the Keyboard Toggle APK ver 1.11 for the Fire TV 4K Stick installed and successfully Started and Running, pressing the Play/Pause button twice quickly to enable the Mouse Function FAILS to bring the Mouse Function to life. Cycling both of the Developer Options Off/On doesn’t seem to have any affect. Also Restarting the Fire TV Sound Bar doesn’t have any effect either.

    So if anyone has any luck getting a Mouse Toggle APK to work, please update this thread and let us know what you used and where to get it.

    Otherwise, for $75 bucks, it’s not a bad deal, but I certainly wouldn’t pay any more for it than that. It definitely sounds better than built in TV Speakers that face the back wall or the floor.

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