Anker Soundcore Infini Soundbar

Anker Soundcore Infini Soundbar

We have really been enjoying Anker’s techy gadgets lately. Not long ago we put the Flare Speaker to the test and is now our go-to for playing music around the house and outside! This week we have kindly received the Soundcore Infini Soundbar to try out and we are really impressed!

Soundcore Infini Soundbar £119.00

Anker Soundcore Infini Soundbar in front of TV

We have had our TV for a few years now and are generally really happy with it. The only down side is that the sound quality is pretty poor, obviously being a really thin TV means that there is no room for big speakers inside the telly. So we have been on the look out for a sound bar for a while now.

Anker Soundcore Infini Soundbar

Buying a soundbar is not an easy decision though. With some as expensive as £2000 and cheap versions having sound quality just as bad as the TV, we have not been able to find a really good one for our budget.

That was until we received the Soundcore Infini Soundbar. Priced at just under £120 the sound quality is fantastic! With 100 watts of power, 2 tweeter speakers and two subwoofers don’t let the sleek design fool you, the BassUp technology creates a deep bass sound, excellent for music and scary movies! (I am a horror buff).

Remote control for soundcore Infini tv soundbar

The remote control has volume control and also has three settings. Choose from Dialogue, Movie and Music to get optimized audio for whatever it is you are watching.

Connection and set up could not be easier. There is a choice of either digital optical, digital coaxial, bluetooth and even aux cables so there is sure to be a connection for your TV no matter the make or age. We connected using the supplied digital optical cable which simply plugged into the soundbar and our TV. Plug in the power cable and that is it, all set up and literally wired for sound!

The Soundcore Infini Soundbar is pretty awesome and we can instantly tell the difference in sound quality when watching our Netflix favourites. It’s a massive thumbs up from us!

Have you considered a soundbar or perhaps you have one?

*We received this product for the purpose of this review. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own and 100% honest.*



  1. Margaret Gallagher January 23, 2019 / 10:11 pm

    Nifty piece of tech wouldn’t mind one of these too

  2. Fran Back With A Bump January 24, 2019 / 8:03 am

    We bought a soundbar a few years ago and I couldn’t be without it now. It makes such a difference when watching TV, especially music or films!

  3. Sonia Cave January 24, 2019 / 6:00 pm

    This is such a great idea, and maybe something that can replace our tinny sounding little blue tooth speaker we use for music, that also loses it’s charge super quick

  4. Sabina Green January 25, 2019 / 8:19 am

    My husband bought a sound bar a few months ago. I didn’t think it was really necessary but I must admit it has made a great difference especially on movie nights!

  5. Jenni January 25, 2019 / 2:11 pm

    We used to have a surround system, for better sound, but all the speakers take up so much space. This might be a good compromise.

  6. Cath - Passports and Adventures January 25, 2019 / 7:13 pm

    Oh they sound good. We had the Sonos soundbar and system in the UK (they’re currently in storage) and I found systems with sound bars provide much better quality sound than the TV can. And the price of this is very reasonable!

  7. Wendy January 27, 2019 / 8:36 pm

    My parents have a sound bar and they really love it, it does sound so much better than the tv. I’d love a better sound system but our house is quite small and we have to have the tv really quiet so we don’t wake the kids so a sound system would be pretty pointless for us!xx

  8. Anosa January 31, 2019 / 7:01 am

    We do have a sound bar and it cost an arm and a leg but the sound quality made it all worth it. Wish we had known about this one prior.

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