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Lidl is selling a home cinema range from next week


by IMAGE
04th Jun 2020
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Get the popcorn on…


If you thought home cinemas were prohibitively expensive, think again.

Lidl has just announced the launch of a home cinema range that delivers the big-screen experience at home for less than €500.

From next Thursday, the supermarket will be selling the Phillips Neopix Ace Projector for €269.99 (RRP: €399); the Celexon projector screen for €69.99 (RRP: €79.99) and the Sharp Bluetooth Sound Bar with Subwoofer for €99.99 (RRP: €149).

The projector is WiFi enabled and can also connect to Bluetooth speakers. Also included in the Home Cinema range is a NOW TV Cinema Bundle and a Universal TV Wall Mount, both priced at €19.99.

We’ll see you (at a safe distance) in the queue.

Phillips Neopix Ace Projector, €269.99

 

Celexon projector screen, €69.99
Sharp Bluetooth Sound Bar with Subwoofer, €99.99

Feature image: Pexels

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