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iLive ITB382B review for 37-inch Bluetooth sound bar

The iLive ITB382B 7-inch Bluetooth Sound Bar features an adequate specs list with a price point that really does hit the sweet spot. Today, we will take a closer look at the iLive ITB382B and review its main features along with showcasing a quick unboxing, so you can see what’s inside the box.

One of the reasons we want to feature this older 37-inch Bluetooth soundbar is thanks to it still being offered by some retailers. The likes of Amazon and Walmart will be aiming to clear stock during the busy holiday shopping period, so there’s a good chance of finding a bargain.


This iLive 37-inch Bluetooth sound bar will be a perfect companion to flat-screen TVs needing a sound boost in second rooms, although we feel it might not be enough for your big HDTV in the main living room.


The built-in Bluetooth for the 37-inch sound bar will allow Android, iPhone, and other mobile devices to connect directly for streaming music. You can then control the audio wirelessly on your mobile device, or even computer and media player featuring bluetooth technology.


You can see the inputs and outputs above from the back of the sound bar. These include subwoofer output, optical digital audio input, and stereo RCA audio inputs. You can also see the 3.5mm audio input, volume controls and other buttons from a side view below.


The iLive ITB382B main sound bar specs for the 37″ model can be seen below that include ports, features, and indicator lights.


We have also embedded an official introduction video below and an unboxing of iLive’s 37-inch soundbar. In terms of pricing, you should expect to pay around $100, but we feel this isn’t a good buy at that price unless you can pickup a bargain at around the $50 mark. We have been tipped that this could be possible next week during the Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales, which Walmart might sell this model for around $35 as a doorbuster deal.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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