• expired

Yamaha YAS-108B 120W Soundbar $139, (Expired) LG OLED65C9PTA $2770 C&C (Or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys eBay

2460
PICK100

Greetings everyone, price for this soundbar is showing as $149 in TGG most recent catalogue, and in combination with the $10 off $100 spend coupon on eBay, brings this soundbar down to a great price.

>Note: I believe this may also be $134.10 at The Good Guys main website later today, there was an advertisement on TV with 10% off ticketed prices starting at Midday. So it might be worth waiting to confirm, I'll update this deal if it goes live.

Edit: Doesn't seem like the 10% will apply to the $149 price unfortunately.

Those that are students with a Student Beans account can get 10% off @ eBay, making the soundbar $134.10 also.


LG OLED65C9PTA 65" C9 4K UHD Smart OLED TV Expired


As always, enjoy :)

Original Coupon Deal

Related Stores

eBay Australia
eBay Australia
Marketplace
The Good Guys
The Good Guys

Comments

  • +1 vote

    Lowest ever price?

  • +1 vote

    Yas man!

  •  

    Staying up just to buy this lol. Or should I just be waiting for tomorrow?

  • +1 vote

    bought this for $200 instead of waiting for a sale, no regrets this is a great soundbar and worth that 200 bucks and certainly worth this price

  •  

    Deal is live.

  •  

    I bought this soundbar several weeks ago at $169 and do not regret my purchase one little bit. Worth every cent, very impressed by the sound, and at this price it's a fantastic bargain.

  •  

    Well have a new Sony X95G on a wall… need some more sound… so will give it a try for $139 pick up…..

  •  

    How's bass on this soundbar?

    •  

      Pretty dam Good. They're wisa compatible too.

      •  

        Thanks, bought 1. Never had a soundbar before i hope this will do me good :)

        •  

          Depends how the speakers are on your TV. I just got a C9, which speakers are much better than either of my soundbars which is really weird. So I've sold my soundbars haha.

          •  

            @onlinepred: That doesn't make sense unless you had very poor soundbars?

            I have the C9 and the speakers are pretty terrible, which is understandable given how thin the TV is.

            Soundbar is a huge upgrade on a C9.

            •  

              @putshan: Which soundbar? I used Phillips Fidelio 9100, Sony HTZ9RF. I'm very picky though. I often found with these soundbars I would have to turn up and down the volume constantly, the bass was too boomy/muddy, the treble was too high, there was no stereo seperation, and no mid thumbs at all due to tiny small speakers. I'm 2m away from the TV which also might make a difference. Some action movies sounded great on them, but if you watch anything other than action, dialogue and background noises were very hard to make out. I'm now looking at a speaker setup over another soundbar given my experience.

              Also make sure if you are using C9, turn off all atmos/audio settings. Just use standard EQ with AI/ATMOS settings turned off. HUGE upgrade to the sound out of the box.

            •  

              @putshan: The curve on the stand is supposed to deflect the sound towards the user. May depend on if it's wall mounted and stands removed?

    •  

      Pretty good, but pair it with a subwoofer for an even better bass.

  •  

    I believe this has HDMI arc connection? Thanks

    • +9 votes

      Yeah it does. I purchased this some months ago but sadly didn’t work with my older lg TV even though arc compatible. Took it back to bing lee and it worked with the one they tested it on so I had to hang onto it.

      It didn’t rate great on Choice soundbar reviews but I still got one as great value at this price. Also I have a disorder where I keep buying things I don’t need on Ozbargain.

  •  

    Thanks Doweyy. Purchased one . already have 106B but this is for my second lounge room. cheers.

  • +2 votes

    My puppy peed all over our current subwoofer + current Samsung soundbar doesn't have HDMI Arc, so may pick this up.

  •  

    Purchased one thank you OP.

  •  

    Will this work plugged into the headphone jack of an electronic keyboard (Yamaha PSR-GX76)?

    •  

      Wouldn't see why not.

      Just check what inputs the soundbar has. If it has a 3.5mm AUX input you can connect the two. But you may need an adapter eg if the headphone jack is 6.5mm etc.

      • +1 vote

        OK. I'm thinking of that one time long ago when I plugged in my Behringer mixer output into the RCA input of a hifi stereo set and the sound was distorted pretty easily. There was some signal mismatch going on somewhere.

        •  

          Definitely signal mismatch.

          You could invest in a keyboard amp. Or you can get a DI Box. They're relatively cheap (mine was ~$50). These help equalising signals when plugged into a sound desk. Not sure if it would help with a keyboard/soundbar setup.

          Could be worth a try.

          • +1 vote

            @sillywalks: I have a DI but the mixer can also accept line in. It was the mixer output to the stereo that was distorting. It was a long time ago so I can't remember if I used the RCA out or the speaker out and then converted those to RCAs which caused the signal mismatch (i.e. speaker signal > line signel)

            • +1 vote

              @lomie: Looks like you've tried everything.

              If you get this soundbar and it distorts, at least you've got a very good soundbar for your TV.

  •  

    TV is $3995 now?

    •  

      Yeah seems like it's taking a bit of time to update on their eBay store, currently showing as $2970 on their main store so it should update sometime this morning.

  • +1 vote

    This soundbar or the JBL one here? https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/518357

  •  

    I’ve been after a sound bar for some time but have an issue.. only space I can accommodate the sound bar is under the tv unit.. on the floor. From floor to bottom of tv Unit there is a 15-20cm gap.

    Will this be an issue/not worth it? Or Ok?

    •  

      its listed at 5.1 inches tall, so ~13cm dude.

      •  

        Looks like 5.1 inches wide, 2.5 inches tall.. so about 6cm.

        Edit: may sound confusing but, it changes based on wall mount or tabletop mount.

        • +2 votes

          I've got one and it's far from 15-20cm tall.

          Not sure the exact height but 6cm sounds about right, it's not that much of a chonky unit so it should be good for you.

          EDIT: eBay listing says 890mm (W) x 53mm (H) x 131mm (D), so you'll be okay :)

  • +1 vote

    Real question: I've got a C9, does it need the soundbar? I found the sound quality of C9 is good enough

  •  

    For TV/Movie purposes. would this be a better or a good set of stereo speakers?
    for music speakers all the way, but maybe the virtual surround of the soundbar and other features make it worth it for movies.

    • +1 vote

      I don't really use the surround option, but this has been great for gaming and movies just as a normal soundbar.

      Good amount of bass and great audio clarity. One of the few purchases where I truly feel I get my money's worth.

    •  

      IMO stereo speakers 100% of the time. A good pair will sound better than any soundbar could ever sound, even in virtual surround sound.

  •  

    This item isn't available in the requested quantity. It may have been purchased already, or the listing has expired.

    Even though it shows as available

  •  

    Just picked one up. Absolute steal at this price. I know 2 people who have it and they could not be happier. Provides a real boost to sound from the modern day TVs and its base/other options are very good for an entry level system. Yamaha made the original soundbar and make great products. I already have the previous model from 7 years ago (YAS -101) and it is still going strong. I plan on wall mounting mine under my 82 inch tv.

    •  

      I find modern day PREMIUM tv's have a strong emphasis on sound, and often sound far better than nearly all soundbars, while the cheaper TV's sound terrible.

  •  

    My tv is wall mounted above a fireplace - how do you think the soundbar would go placed above the tv? Too high? I just don't want to have to worry about stupid cable runs..(the PowerPoint is behind the tv in the top right corner)

    •  

      i have the same setup. Im thinking of putting mine under the tv…like wall mounting and having it just poking out the bottom

  •  

    tv wall mount is easy, just screw in the studs provided in the box, no need for extra bracket etc. I will be getting my TVs professionally wall mounted so should be no problem with soundbar to be done also.

  •  

    Can this be paired with Google home so that music can be played on both devices? Google home and on this ?

  •  

    Just waiting for that C9 drop on the eBay store!

  • +1 vote

    Will TGG match instore the ebay price?

  •  

    If I have an LG TV, are there benefits of buying an LG sound bar over this Yamaha one? E.g. lg remote can only control LG sound bar but not Yamaha?

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn't worry about it, as most of these can be controlled via HDMI-CEC if that is the main input source you'll be using. I have a SONY Soundbar which sits between my Apple TV box and LG TV via ARC. I only use the soundbar's remote to set it up.

      The LG (or Apple TV) remote can control the sounder's sound level, it turns on or off with the external devices. In fact, once set up and connected, the soundbar is like a part of the whole set up.

  •  

    How would this compare to some logitech Z550s?

    I love my Z550s but we have a kid now and don't want wires running through the house.

    We live in a terrace if that makes any difference

    •  

      Most speakers and soundbars will sound better, but perhaps not by a lot. Z550 is made for desktop, no really tuning is involved in it's sound or delivery, made for sitting very close to the speakers.

  •  

    Nice one, thanks OP!

  • Top