Aldi has developed a reputation for their special buys and this week is no exception.
On Saturday 23 March, the supermarket giant will release a range of audio visual gear at prices that are too good to be true.
“There’s absolutely no reason why Australian shoppers should have to spend thousands of dollars to get a great home entertainment set up,” says Shay Stearnes, Buying Director for Technology at ALDI Australia.
“We worked with some of the world’s leading audio visual suppliers to bring ALDI shoppers a selection of amazing products at a fraction of the cost of what they’d pay elsewhere.”
Below are our some of our favourites.
Headlining the range is a 65” 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR ($799.) The 4K Ultra HD panel incorporates High Dynamic Range (HDR) which enhances contrasts, meaning whites get brighter and darks get darker. Netflix and YouTube come pre-installed on the remote for quick and easy access. And best of all, you can take one home for a lot less than a comparable bit of kit at your local entertainment store.
If space is a consideration, or you are looking at upgrading the TV in the bedroom, the 45” Full HD TV ($333) might be more up your alley. This great value unit features a built-in HD tuner, USB port and ARC audio capability. It also boasts a PVR Recorder, so you won’t ever have to worry about missing your favourite show.
Pro tip: If you’re thinking about mounting either TV on your wall, pick up a Low Profile Bracket ($39.99.) This one holds up to 65kgs and is good for 42”-80” TVs.
On the audio front, the Premium Soundbar ($119) with enhanced bass brings cinema level sound to your living room. Characterised by a sleek, modern design and featuring two 20W speakers, Bluetooth V4.2 compatibility, adjustable bass and treble, and movie and music modes, this speaker hits all the right notes.
If you want to listen to your latest playlist or true crime podcast without disturbing the rest of the house, you should check out the Bluetooth Headphones ($39.99.) Delivering excellent sound quality, comfort and value, these rechargeable beauties have a range of 20 metres, a built in microphone for handsfree calls, and plush ear and headband padding.
5. Mini HiFi, $169
With CD playback capability, a massive 200W of power, as well as Bluetooth connectivity, this big unit will have you rediscovering those music collections that have been gathering dust since Spotify came on the scene.
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